Back to back Premier League victories have lifted Crystal Palace out of the relegation zone and into 17th place. They sit just one point ahead of Hull, but they do have a game in hand over them. Perhaps more importantly for the hosts, they're only two points adrift of Swansea and Leicester, so if they can pass that pair, they'll have a bit more breathing room.
Sam Allardyce has a flawless record at keeping teams in the Premier League and despite a poor run early on, he seems to have got things sorted. They've kept two clean sheets in a row and one of those came at the in-form, West Brom.
Watford conceded four at home to Southampton when they were last in action a fortnight ago as they were beaten in a seven goal thriller. It's now just one point from a possible nine for the Hornets and away from Vicarage Road it's six defeats in eight.
Bet 2: Everton @ 1.5 (1/2)
The second leg of the treble is the banker bet as I just can't see how Everton aren't going to get the better of Hull City.
The Toffees bounced back well from their 3-2 defeat at White Hart Lane by beating West Brom 3-0 last weekend and their overall form is excellent in 2017.
At Goodison Park, Ronald Koeman's men have won all five of their matches this calendar year. They kept four clean sheets and the aggregate score of the five wins is 18-3.
Hull have improved under Marco Silva but they have been earning their points at the KCOM. Away from home it's 11 defeats from their last 12 outings and the sole highlight was a rather fortuitous 0-0 draw at Old Trafford.
Bet 3: Sunderland @ 2.6 (8/5)
I have covered this game in more detail here but my general feeling is that it will be a high-scoring affair in Sunderland's favour.
For all Burnley have achieved this season, they have still been atrocious on their travels. That may sound harsh to some, but the fact of the matter is that they have drawn twice and been beaten every other time. I don't dispute that some of their performances have been decent enough, but this is a results business.
Sunderland are desperate for points as they are bottom of the league, six points adrift of safety. They've lost their last three but history tells us that they are capable of coming to life at this time of the campaign and David Moyes will be viewing this fixture as an absolute must win.
The Treble pays approximately 7.61 (13/2)
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2016/17 P/L (1pt each bet)
Wagered: 26 pts
Returned: 77.32 pts
P/L: +51.32 pts
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