Goals galore at Anfield
Back Over 3.5 goals in Liverpool v Watford at 2.0811/10
Saturday, 17:30 GMT
This fixture ended 3-3 at Vicarage Road in August and I fancy something similar to take place on Saturday evening.
Liverpool are now unbeaten in 17 games at Anfield, scoring at least twice in their last six and there's not much about their three-pronged attack that hasn't already been said. But it's worth noting that against Watford - Mane has scored in both appearances, netting three times and Firmino has had a hand in six goals (three goals, three assists).
The Hornets meanwhile have made a decent fist of things away from home (W4 D4 L9) but have conceded on no less than 24 occasions. Marco Silva's side have struggled in recent games in front of goal but that Monday night victory over Chelsea that ended 4-1 to the home side, shows that they're well capable.
Crucially, this game has never produced a goalless draw in the top-flight with - according to Opta - the last 21 meetings producing a total of 72 goals.
Adam Baylis 2017-18 P/L: +£96.35
Toffees can finally end away drought
Back Everton @ 3.211/5 to beat Stoke
Everton are without a win on the road since December, but at the prices I'm willing to take a chance that they'll end that poor run when they visit Stoke on Saturday.
My main reasoning is that Sam Allardyce's men are simply a better team - currently ninth in the table with Stoke down in 19th - and at least they're winning games, which is more than can be said for the Potters.
The Toffees have won three of their last six in the league, whereas Stoke have won just once in the whole of 2018, that being at home against poor travellers Huddersfield in Paul Lambert's first game in charge.
Everton also have a decent recent record at the bet365 Stadium, tasting defeat just once there in their last six visits.
Mike Norman 2017-18 P/L: +£40.80
Trends point to entertaining Bournemouth win
Back Bournemouth win/Both teams to score double @ 3.7511/4 v West Brom
Cheltenham's on so I'll keep this brief.
Bournemouth generally serve up goals and West Brom generally serve up defeats, and I am combining those trends for this week's bet.
The Cherries were competitive against Spurs last time out, scoring early and only capitulating late on as Spurs scored two in the last five minutes to win 4-1. That means five of their last six have gone over 2.5 and three of those have breached the 3.5 mark. They are good for goals.
Meanwhile the Baggies were losing their seventh consecutive fixture, going down by the same scoreline at home to Leicester despite scoring first. They are good for defeats.
Simply put, Albion look doomed, and I'm sure Eddie Howe will be looking at this as a fine chance to kick clear of the bottom three, with just six points separating his side and Crystal Palace in 18th.
I've factored both teams to score into the bet to boost the price as Bournemouth are reliably poor at the back, keeping just one clean sheet in 11 games this season.
Joe Dyer 2017-18 P/L: +£9.15
Cherries and Baggies to deliver goals
Back Over 3.5 Goals in Bournemouth v West Brom at 3.613/5
With only four Premier League games to pick from this weekend, we're ditching our usual rule of picking different matches and I'm backing Joe's view that there will be plenty of goalmouth action at Bournemouth.
There have been four goals or more in the three of Bournemouth's last five at home, with Eddie Howe commendably sticking to his attacking policy regardless of opposition.
And with 20 goals in the last six West Brom matches (15 against) it's clear to see that their reputation for solidity is definitely out of the window.
Draws won't do for the bottom of the table Baggies so they will have to go for it and I'm expecting the net to bulge at least four times.
Dan Thomas 2017-18 P/L: -£3.25
Stalemate the selection as Stoke host Everton
Back the draw in Stoke v Everton @ 3.39/4
Harry is away 'working' at Cheltenham.
Harry Phillips 2017-18 P/L: -£9.70
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