The Premier League is getting down to the wire and Champions League positions are up for grabs as West Ham United - Chelsea and Leeds United - Manchester United do battle in round 33 of the most watched soccer league in the world.

Chelsea is sitting fourth and are four points behind Leicester City, while their rivals at the weekend, West Ham United are tied in points with Chelsea and could capture that final Champions League birth if they defeat the Blues.

Manchester United on the other hand is firmly in second place and looking to finish as best they can in the standings, while Leeds, if they put together a healthy winning streak could leapfrog into Europa League positions. We will examine the odds provided by DraftKings and analyze the best bets to make for these two matches.

West Ham United - Chelsea

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West Ham come into this match as heavy underdogs and are paying out a solid +350, the hammers have won three of their last 5 against Chelsea playing at home and it could give the bettor initiative to bet on the home side.

The game could have a lot of goals as both teams have enough talent to put the ball in the back of the net, at +106 over 2.5 goals could be a safe and solid bet.

Leeds United - Manchester United

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Never count out Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds side, who have taken it to the big teams of the Premier League this season. At home and at +300 look for the attacking minded Bielsa side to give ManU a run for their money. Leeds is unbeaten in their last 5 matches and are starting to become contenders to qualify for Europe next season.

The high scoring Leeds could make a bettor believe this game will have over 2.5 or even 3.5 goals and at +148 over 3.5 could be a good bet. A half time winner could be Manchester United and at +132 is paying out nicely.


Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson (Getty)

An interesting parlay for these matches would be a West Ham and Chelsea draw and a Leeds upset win. At $100 the bettor stands to win $1,500 in earnings. These games will not be at all easy for neither Manchester United nor Chelsea.