Bet 1: The draw in Everton v West Ham @ 4.0 (3/1)
We begin with a really good fixture at Goodison Park as Everton host West Ham and I'm struggling to split them.
The hosts have really bounced back to form of late with the sole blemish being a 1-0 defeat on this ground to West Brom. They are still only in 11th place in the league though and the fixture list has been kind to them in recent weeks.
West Ham are flying up in sixth and their midweek win over Spurs saw them move to within just a single point of a Champions League position. The Hammers have only been beaten half a dozen times all season, with only Leicester and Tottenham losing fewer times.
It will be a really competitive game this afternoon and while The Toffees may have the technical edge overall, West Ham's superior physicality should even things out and I think the score will be level come full time.
Bet 2: Swansea @ 2.0 (1/1)
After a huge win at The Emirates on Wednesday, Swansea can go a long way to securing their safety if they beat relegation rivals, Norwich, this afternoon.
Assuming that one of Newcastle or Sunderland lose, a home victory here would see the hosts increase their cushion over the relegation zone to nine points. Their work wouldn't be fully done, but it should give them that extra bit of motivation to take all three points today.
Francesco Guidolin actually rested plenty of players at Arsenal so his team will be pretty fresh while Norwich had a tough battle at Carrow Road against Chelsea.
Alex Neil's side haven't won since the second day of 2016 and it's now eight defeats and a draw from their last nine outings in all competitions. They have tightened up slightly in recent weeks, but the goals have dried up at the other end and it's difficult to see them taking anything from The Liberty.
Bet 3: Man City @ 1.22 (2/9)
This selection is a no-brainer and while the odds are cramped, they actually put an extra 1.76pts on the treble so worth it if the other two come in.
There's not much to be said here. Of course, Man City, aren't having the best of times in the Premier League of late but if they are to win the league, they absolutely have to win today and I can't see why they won't.
Manuel Pellegrini's men face an Aston Villa team who have given up for the season. They are rock bottom with no chance of survival and after a brief glimmer at the beginning of February in their 2-0 win over Norwich, they have then lost their next three to an aggregate score of 11-2, with two of those games coming at home.
I expect a big win for City this afternoon and it would be one of the shocks of the season if they don't pick up the victory.
Back The draw in Everton v West Ham @ 4.0 (3/1)
Back Swansea @ 2.0 (1/1)
Back Man City @ 1.22 (2/9)
The Treble pays approximately 9.76 (9/1)
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