Back Arsenal to beat Southampton at 2.26/5
Boxing Day, 19:45
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Dan Thomas 2015-16 P/L: +£19.70
Back West Brom to beat Swansea @ 4.57/2
Boxing Day, 15:00
A host of outsiders are making eyes at me this weekend - I can make cases for Stoke, West Brom and Watford to get something from their matches.
The Potters have home advantage against a worryingly shaky Manchester United, but for all the poor recent results the visitors are still high up the table for a reason. Watford look a monster price to beat Chelsea, as I explain in my match preview, but in a one bet per week competition I have to be ultra-confident to put up an 8.615/2 shot.
So it's the Baggies at Swansea for me at 4.57/2. It was Swansea's win price that brought me to the bet - even money is scarcely believable on a team that has not won for seven straight league matches. West Brom bring decent away form and I like Michael Lintorn's analysis of Tony Pulis's results against top six, top half and bottom half teams - his team have won all their fixtures against the latter.
With Salomon Rondon suspended I hope Saido Berahino plays. He is far more prolific than Rickie Lambert this season but it seems his impending sale is preventing the England under 21 forward getting some game time.
That is a concern but it appears to be built into the Baggies' price. Recent results show a string of draws against good sides until last weekend's home defeat to Bournemouth, but that can be explained by red cards and I think the away team are just too big to pass over against a hopelessly out-of-form Swans.
Joe Dyer 2015-16 P/L: +£12.30
Back Leicester @ 4.03/1 to beat Liverpool
Boxing Day, 15:00
It's starting to become a case of 'who gets there first' among us Betting Battlers when it comes to selecting Leicester, and thankfully I was quickest out of the blocks this week when I saw that they were available to back at 4.216/5 to beat Liverpool (now in to 4.03/1, but incredibly matched at 5.49/2).
Claudio Ranieri's men are top of the Premier League after 17 games. It's not a fluke any more. They aren't a flash in the pan. Just when will the layers click on?
The Foxes are unbeaten away from home since March, they are the leading scorers in the Premier League, they average over two goals scored per game, they have a settled side with a formidable spine. They have tremendous team spirit. And it just so happens that they are the form team having won seven of their last eight matches.
So what about Liverpool? They've just lost back-to-back away games to Newcastle and Watford. In recent weeks they've failed to beat the likes of West Brom, Norwich, Crystal Palace, and Southampton at Anfield, and the only teams they've defeated in the league on home soil since August are Swansea and Aston Villa - two sides in the relegation zone.
I'm not saying Leicester are certainties, but at odds of 4.03/1 or bigger all you are hoping for is that if this match was played four times, The Foxes would win at least one of them. For me, they'd probably win two or three on current form.
Mike Norman 2015-16 P/L: +£4.40
Back Chelsea-1 to beat Watford at 6/5 (Sportsbook)
Boxing Day, 15:00
Although Watford have been impressive recently, winning their last four on the spin, I still think they're a bit overrated. An awful Liverpool aside, they haven't actually beaten anyone of note in this current run and Chelsea are a class above, especially now they have a big Jose Mourinho-shaped monkey off their back.
I know it's been said before this season, but I genuinely do think the Blues will start to improve dramatically now, and that will probably start on Boxing Day. And what's more, outside of a handful of players, Watford haven't actually been that good and are probably in a bit of a false position currently.
Chelsea on the handicap is the call for this game, and at an odds-against price of 6/5, it's too good to turn down.
Luke Moore 2015-16 P/L: -£20.70
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