Back Spurs To Win and Under 2.5 goals v Stoke @ 11/4 (Betfair Sportsbook)
Having soared early in the season, Tottenham have hit the skids in recent weeks, having not tasted victory in the League since early November. With my battle lead shrinking by the week I'm all too familiar with how Mauricio Pochettino's men are feeling but this home encounter against Stoke offers us the opportunity to get back on track.
Spurs have won their last three encounters with Mark Hughes' side by a 4-0 score line and for all that both Harry Kane and Dele Alli have run riot against the Potters - Alli has never failed to find the net against them - we have to factor in the Wembley hoodoo.
Stoke have recorded just one win on their travels this campaign - a narrow 1-0 victory at Watford - and Saturday's task is much more daunting. I'm struggling to envisage anything other than three points for Spurs but goals have come at a premium for them at Wembley so Unders is how we'll play it.
Adam Baylis 2017-18 P/L: +£71.55
Back Liverpool Win/BTTS double v Everton @ 17/10
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Liverpool are 1/4 to beat rejuvenated Everton, and that looks a bit short to me in what is sure to be a fiercely contested Merseyside derby.
But what is almost certain is that Jurgen Klopp's men will score. Incredibly they have averaged almost four goals per game since their 0-0 draw with Manchester United in October; they've won eight games since that fixture, scoring 35 goals in the process, and they've scored 15 in their last three matches.
The Reds are superb on their day, and I can easily see them scoring two or three, possibly more, against the Toffees on Sunday. But can they keep a goal out at the other end. I'm happy to wager that they won't.
It's well documented that Liverpool's defence is by far the weak link to their team, and they face an Everton side on Sunday that has scored nine goals in their last three games, featuring the attacking quality of Gylfi Sigurdsson (pictured), Wayne Rooney and more. So I think the bet here is to back a home win with both teams getting on the scoresheet at the appealing price of 17/10.
Mike Norman 2017-18 P/L: +£34.00
Back Watford to beat Burnley at 3.052/1
Harry is away.
Harry Phillips 2017-18 P/L: +£5.50
Back Chelsea/BTTS double v West Ham @ 12/5
West Ham put on a better than expected display at The Etihad last weekend and I'm expecting something similar at home to Chelsea on Saturday lunchtime.
That means David Moyes' men should make it reasonably competitive but ultimately come out on the wrong end of the result.
If we translate that into a bet I am happy to back a Chelsea win with both teams scoring at 12/5.
The unlikely part of the wager is the Hammers finding the back of the net but they have done just that in their last five clashes with Chelsea.
But given Chelsea were last beaten in the league by Crystal Palace back in October, winning six of seven since that shocker, they should just have enough to get past the home side.
Joe Dyer 2017-18 P/L: -£29.85
Back Eden Hazard to score v West Ham at 7/5
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I'm not having much joy picking match odds or goals winners at the moment, so it's a dip into the goalscorer markets this weekend, with probably the most in-form player in the Premier League right now as the bet.
Eden Hazard, who has scored five goals in his last six appearances, particularly likes facing Saturday's opponents. Opta tell us that the Belgian has been directly involved in seven goals in his last eight Premier League games against West Ham (four goals, three assists).
With David Moyes likely to set the Hammers up very defensively in an attempt to nullify Antonio Conte's men, it will probably take a bit of magic to break them down, and no-one better to produce that than Hazard.
Dan Thomas 2017-18 P/L: -£45.25
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