Back West Brom @ 2.26/5 to beat Crystal Palace
West Brom landed me another winner last week when they were 2.111/10 to beat 14th-placed Bournemouth at the Hawthorns. This week the Baggies are at home to 18th-placed Crystal Palace, so although they'll be much shorter in the betting I'm happy to go in again.
Oh hang on! This week West Brom are 2.26/5 to back. You'll sense my sarcasm, and surprise, because I genuinely am staggered that Tony Pulis' men are a bigger price this week than they were last.
As I said seven days ago the Baggies have a stunning record at home to clubs below them in the table; it's now eight wins and a draw from nine such games, and I think they're a fantastic price to win again.
Palace scraped a narrow 1-0 win over a Middlesbrough side that can't score last Saturday, but before that they'd lost six out of seven including defeats to Swansea and a 4-0 thrashing by rock-bottom Sunderland. I'm not sure what I'm missing with regards to the bigger price about a home win, but I'm certainly not prepared to let it go un-backed.
Mike Norman 2016-17 P/L: +£81.90
Back a Spurs-Everton draw @ 4.216/5
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Spurs put on a show last weekend, destroying Stoke with a four-goal first-half assault. That result took them back into second place and they are among the shortest prices in the Premier League match odds coupon for this round of matches.
But quotes of 1.684/6 to beat Everton look on the short side and I am reluctantly opposing the team I support.
The Toffees bring the league's best six-game form to White Hart Lane, winning four and drawing two, and while they are clearly a better side at home (the stalemates coming on trips to Stoke and Middlesbrough) I think the market ought to respect them a little more.
Tottenham's key defenders Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen should overcome injuries to make the lineup, but Danny Rose is still out, and the defence looks a touch weakened even if the Belgian pair are in. That serves to even things up and at 4.216/5 the draw is big enough for my battle selection this week.
Joe Dyer 2016-17 P/L: -£8.35
Back Over 3.5 Goals in Liverpool v Arsenal at 2.915/8
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It's not the most attractive price in the world but I can't see anything else but goals in the Saturday tea time clash at Anfield so I'm happy enough to jump on.
As Stephen Tudor wrote in his historical look at Liverpool v Arsenal, it's a fixture that pretty much guarantees goals - an amazing 28 in the last six clashes alone.
These are two extremely fragile outfits. Liverpool have kept just one clean sheet in the league in 2017 - admittedly that was against second placed Spurs, but the north Londoners were badly off colour that evening - while Arsenal are probably still reeling after conceding eight in two games against Chelsea and Bayern Munich last month.
Both managers will know that outscoring the other will be the only route to success here and with plenty of attacking talent on show, I'm expecting a thriller.
Dan Thomas 2016-17 P/L: -£26.50
Back Stoke-1 to beat Middlesbrough at 11/4
I am the first to admit that Stoke were poor against Tottenham last time out, but I maintain that was a lot to do with Spurs' brilliance and a little to do with Stoke's relative quality. What's more, I also happen to believe they're a far better team than Middlesbrough.
Boro have scored three goals in their last nine league games, and haven't won any of them. They have also only won once on their travels in the league this season, while Stoke's home record against teams is good - they've beaten Sunderland, Swansea, Burnley and Watford by two-goal margins this season.
With all that's going on around Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka, which will only add to the disquiet as Boro try to battle against the looming spectre of relegation, I think Mark Hughes' men will have too much. 11/4 is a nice price and one I'm happy to take.
Luke Moore 2016-17 P/L: -£91.80
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