Bet 1: Crystal Palace @ 3.2 (11/5)
It's now three wins on the bounce for Bournemouth but they were aided by the early red card to James McClean last weekend and I think that Crystal Palace are overpriced to hand The Cherries their first defeat since November 7th.
The Eagles have been living up to their nickname this season as they have soared up to sixth in the table and they come into the game on the back of 10 points from a possible 12.
Alan Pardew has already led his Palace side to five wins away from Selhurst Park this term and that includes maximum points at Liverpool and Chelsea. They are at their most effective on the break and I have a feeling that Bournemouth's new found-confidence will be their un-doing as they will be pushing for the win - leaving gaps for the pacey Palace attack to expose.
Bet 2: Liverpool @ 1.95 (19/20)
This will probably come as a bit of a surprise but I think Liverpool will hand Leicester their second defeat of the season this afternoon.
The last time we saw The Reds, they were humiliated at Vicarage Road. Jurgen Klopp is the right kind of manager to motivate his players to right that wrong and I think we will see a different Liverpool today.
The Merseysiders have already shown that they can be breathtaking at times under Klopp and while Leicester have been exceptional this year, their one weakness has been in defence.
Claudio Ranieri's men have conceded more goals than every other team in the top half with the exception of Everton. Obviously they have had no trouble in putting the ball in the net themselves and the Vardy/Mahrez show will be a difficult one for Liverpool to stop, but it can't go on forever.
Bet 3: Chelsea @ 1.5 (1/2)
The third and final selection is Chelsea at Stamford Bridge as they proved themselves last week in the 3-1 win over Sunderland. It might not be right, but the players have clearly stepped things up since the departure of Jose Mourinho and they will probably play even better today as Guus Hiddink takes charge for the first time.
It won't be easy of course as they welcome a Watford team to the Bridge who have won four on the spin. They have been winning in style as well, with the best performance coming most recently in the 3-0 thrashing of Liverpool.
This will be a different test entirely though and The Hornets might not be able to get into the game the way they have against other clubs. They have a trio of home fixtures to come after this and there will be plenty of better opportunities for more success.
Back Crystal Palace @ 3.2 (11/5)
Back Liverpool @ 1.95 (19/20)
Back Chelsea @ 1.5 (1/2)
The Treble pays approximately 9.36 (17/2)
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