Back Under 2.5 Goals in Man United v Swansea at 1.824/5
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Dan Thomas 2015-16 P/L: +£19.90
Back Stoke to beat West Brom @ 2.942/1
Few teams have enjoyed the festive footy flurry more than Stoke and the Potters will be full of confidence ahead of their trip to West Brom following wins over Manchester United and Everton.
Betfair customers make the betting close between the two with the Baggies slight favourites, but I'm delighted to support Mark Hughes' side at close to 2/1.
The home side are playing typically functional, muscular Tony Pulis football this season. It's enough to pick up the odd three points here and there and they are just clear of danger but I've not seen much to suggest they can overachieve this season. Five defeats at home is the second worst in the league and I don't find them a convincing outfit.
Stoke, on the other hand, have picked up notable results after a slow start to the campaign and look a danger to every team they meet.
I fancy Stoke's front three to cause the home defence major problems and the upbeat Potters could well seal their third win on the trot.
Joe Dyer 2015-16 P/L: +£18.70
Back Arsenal -1 @ 1.910/11 v Newcastle
Newcastle have lost their last eight games against Arsenal and their last three trips to the Emirates have resulted in 14 goals conceded. So given the Magpies' current form - a home draw with Aston Villa before back-to-back defeats without scoring - they won't be relishing this game one bit.
Arsenal returned to the top of the table with a routine 2-0 win over Bournemouth on Monday night, the sixth time this season that they've won by at least a two-goal margin at the Emirates Stadium.
Mesut Ozil is in scintillating form, Olivier Giroud is amongst the goals, the Gunners are getting players back to full fitness, and against a struggling Newcastle side I expect Arsene Wenger's men to win by at least a two-goal margin once more.
Mike Norman 2015-16 P/L: +£5.60
Back Leicester to beat Bournemouth at 2.021/1
One of the biggest question marks about Leicester and their amazing start to the season was whether they could bounce back after they were finally beaten for the second time in the league, and that happened at Anfield on Boxing Day.
They followed it up with a creditable draw against Man City, which meant in the difficult run of four games against Everton, Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City which were meant to derail their bid to finish in those top four positions, the Foxes have won seven points. Not bad. Not bad at all.
For that reason I can't believe they're still odds-against to beat a promoted side at home, and so I'll take them to blow Bournemouth to pieces on Saturday at a decent price of 2.021/1. I need a win to get back on track - here's hoping Claudio Ranieri and his men can deliver it for me.
Luke Moore 2015-16 P/L: -£40.70
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