Back Chelsea -1 @ 1.910/11 v Stoke
I was keen on repeating my successful Boxing Day bet of Chelsea winning to Nil here, but the odds - against a Stoke side that I rate better than the Blues' Monday opponents Bournemouth - are a lot shorter, so I'm going to pass for that reason plus one other.
That other reason is that Stoke have scored in seven successive away games including at Arsenal, Manchester United, and Liverpool in Tuesday's 4-1 hammering.
And that scoreline against the Reds is one I could easily see being repeated here. Stoke probably won't get on the scoresheet against a Chelsea side that has now won 12 on the spin, keeping 10 clean sheets in the process, but whether they do or they don't I can see Antonio Conte's men running out handsome winners.
The Potters are now winless in four games, and against a Chelsea team that can welcome back N'Golo Kante and Diego Costa I envisage a comfortable home win by at least two clear goals.
Mike Norman 2016-17 P/L: +£60.90
Back Draw or Away in Southampton v West Brom double chance market at 2.226/5
Joe is currently away.
Joe Dyer 2016-17 P/L: -£26.05
Back West Ham to beat Leicester at 3.8514/5
West Ham secured me a rare Battle winner last time out with a comfortable win at Swansea, in what turned out to be Bob Bradley's last game in charge at the Liberty, and I'm sticking with the Hammers this weekend at what looks like a big price.
Leicester will no doubt have hoped that the barnstorming victory over Man City on December 10 would help to kickstart their season, but it's looking like an anomaly, with two poor defeats and an admittedly credible draw at Stoke since.
That City win was Leicester's only victory in nine and, up against a West Ham team looking for their fourth win on the bounce, they're no 2.111/10 shot for me.
Slaven Bilic's men have responded brilliantly to the 5-1 battering by Arsenal - and should have emerged victorious at the King Power last season, were it not for a soft penalty in the closing seconds. Just under 3/1 on an away win suits me just fine.
Dan Thomas 2016-17 P/L: -£72.50
Back Burnley to beat Sunderland and Under 2.5 Goals at 3.814/5
As Zlatan Ibrahimovic was the only player really scoring goals for Man United up until last weekend, I thought taking him as first scorer against Sunderland was a pretty good pick. And then I saw him lay one on for Daley Blind and that was that.
This week I like Burnley's price at home to a fairly poor aforementioned Sunderland side. The Clarets are a really good team at home, and the Black Cats are woeful on the road - they've lost seven already.
Sean Dyche's men have beaten better teams than David Moyes' on their own patch this season, and at a decent-sized price I am backing them to put the Mackems to bed in low-scoring fashion - I imagine it'll be 1-0 or 2-0. Here's hoping they do the business; I'm in desperate need of the winnings!
Luke Moore 2016-17 P/L: -£75.80
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