Back Under 2.5 Goals @ 2.01/1 in Manchester United v Norwich
The market can't decide whether Manchester United's home clash with Norwich will go Over or Under 2.5 Goals, rating both eventualities at around even money.
I don't find it so tricky - for me this is one of the strongest candidates for the weekend's lowest-scoring game and the 2.01/1 looks ripe for the taking.
We all know about United's predilection for the 0-0 draw and the astonishing nine clean sheets the team has kept this season. Chris Smalling and much of the first choice defence may be missing this weekend but David De Gea remains and it's likely that United will still dominate possession.
It's more of a question of whether they'll be able to break the visitors down. Norwich are set up with five in the midfield and are on a run of five games going under 2.5 goals. I think Alex Neil will set his team out to play that way again and it points to another low-scoring affair at Old Trafford.
Joe Dyer 2015-16 P/L: +£22.30
Back Leicester to beat Everton at 3.711/4
We all thought Leicester looked a great price at around 3.39/4 to beat Chelsea on Monday night - indeed Mike tipped it in his match preview - but we all ended up going elsewhere in the Battle, with the nagging suspicion that the Blues simply had to get better.
Well, to Jose Mourinho's cost, Chelsea weren't any better and Claudio Ranieri's men got a deserved win, rewarding punters who backed them at a tasty price.
So while there is a concern that Leicester's trip to Goodison could end up in stalemate - Everton are the division's draw specialists after all - I can't risk missing out on the league leaders at what looks like a massive price. The Foxes have won seven of their last 11 away trips and with Jamie Vardy back on the scoring trail after a week off, I'm more than happy to back them to make it eight in 12.
Dan Thomas 2015-16 P/L: -£7.30
Back Over 2.5 Goals @ 2.35/4 in West Brom v Bournemouth
Despite magnificent victories over Chelsea and Manchester United Eddie Howe's Bournemouth sit just two points above the relegation zone. Lose here, and results go against them elsewhere, and they could easily be third or fourth bottom come Sunday evening.
So the Cherries certainly won't be taking their foot off the gas and basking in their recent successes when they go to West Brom on Saturday. If anything, they'll be full of confidence and they'll give it a real go at The Hawthorns.
So I'm expecting a very entertaining affair with a few goals here.
The Baggies have had no problems scoring goals against some of the better sides in the division, two at Anfield last week for example, and before that they scored twice against Arsenal in a terrific home win, and two against Everton and Leicester, and early in the season they scored a brace against Chelsea.
If Tony Pulis' men can translate that goalscoring form to a match against one of the division's lesser lights, and if Bournemouth play to the level they have in the last few games, then this could be a ding-dong affair.
Mike Norman 2015-16 P/L: -£8.60
Back Over 2.5 Goals in Southampton v Tottenham at 2.186/5
I was sorely tempted to back the draw in this game at 3.45, and I hope I don't regret not doing so - Spurs have a habit of getting pegged back (Opta tell us that they've given up 11 points from a winning position this season, the highest in the Premier League) and the price on a stalemate is clearly a lot higher than the bet I've actually picked out.
I don't really like backing the draw as a rule though, and it's another Opta fact that's convinced me to go for goals at St Mary's this weekend. The average amount of goals scored in this fixture in the Premier League is 2.75, way over the 2.5 threshold and it isn't reflected in the price at all. What's more, neither defence has looked great recently - Tottenham have one clean sheet in their last seven top flight games, and Southampton just two in their last ten.
The way Spurs defended in the latter stages against Newcastle showed a bit of fatigue too and I fancy both teams to hit the back of the net at least once. I'll happily take 2.186/5.
Luke Moore 2015-16 P/L: -£10.70
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