Bet 1: Everton @ 1.53 (8/15)
This should be a routine home win for Everton as they got back to winning ways with an impressive 4-2 victory over Leicester last Sunday, and today they are taking on a Burnley side who are still to win on the road this season.
The Clarets have at least drawn their two latest away games - both 0-0 - but they came against the two worst teams in the division in the shape of Sunderland Middlesbrough.
Ronald Koeman's men on the other hand are still pushing for a top five finish and they have won their last seven at Goodison Park. Perhaps even more impressive is the fact that they won all of them by at least two goals, and that includes a 4-0 thrashing of Manchester City.
Bet 2: Stoke @ 2.05 (21/20)
The hosts are in miserable form as they come into this fixture against Hull on the back of four straight defeats. They haven't had the easiest run of matches though and it is not like they have been beaten out of sight.
Mark Hughes' side have lost their last two on this ground - both 2-1 - but they came against Chelsea and Liverpool. Prior to that it was eight unbeaten - four of which were victories.
Marco Silva's Hull team have shown great battling qualities under his leadership and they are now two points clear of the relegation zone. All of their victories have been in front of their own fans though and on their travels it's played six, drawn one and lost five.
All of their losses have been by at least two goals, and they fired blanks at Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Everton.
Bet 3: West Ham @ 2.63 (13/8)
My faith in David Moyes and Sunderland has gone. I have been backing them for the last couple of weeks, expecting their usual end of campaign flourish, but it hasn't even come close to materialising.
The Black Cats are still rooted to the foot of the table and they are now 10 points from safety. Even at home they haven't won since a 1-0 success over Watford in December and since then it's been four defeats and three draws - they haven't even scored a goal in their last five.
Today's opponents are West Ham and they picked up a much needed win against fellow strugglers, Swansea, last Saturday. That result ended a run of five straight defeats and they are now up to 14th - eight points clear of safety.
Their record away from the London Stadium isn't too bad this year as they have taken three points from their trips to Crystal Palace, Swansea, Middlesbrough and Southampton.
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2016/17 P/L (1pt each bet)
Wagered: 29 pts
Returned: 77.32 pts
P/L: +48.32 pts
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