Swarming EPL: AI Picks for the Weekend of November 4th


The weekly Premier League Swarm is really rolling now. The swarm posted a 7-3 record last week, and if not for a 97th-minute goal on the final kick of the game by Crystal Palace, an 8-2 record was in sight. The swarm’s Best Bets on the weekend all were in the winning column as well.

This weekend presents a sharper challenge. The Premiership schedule this week brings a sort of war between the two Manchester teams and two of London’s perennial Table-toppers. The swarm took a good look at all the games this week, and provided these picks.

While two of London’s biggest clubs (Chelsea and Arsenal) take on Man United and Man. City over the weekend, another London side features as the Pick of the Week. Tottenham, fresh off a win against Real Madrid in the Champions League this week meet cellar-dwelling Crystal Palace at Wembley. Swarm participants mentioned the possibility of this being a let-down game, but with so many difficult contests this week, it’s clear the swarm pounced here. They assigned a two-goal confidence with high Brainpower, which is always a good sign on a prediction. The swarm also assigned a maximum betting confidence to this game, and that places it at the top of our chart this week.

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