Premier League Treble: Everton to impress again

Everton manager - Carlo Ancelotti
Carlo Ancelotti has Everton heading in the right direction

Paul Robinson's Premier League Treble is a 19/1 shot this weekend, and it begins with another win for Everton. Here are his selections:

- Back Everton @ 11/10
- Back Chelsea & BTTS @ 15/8
- Back Burnley @ 9/4

The Acca pays approximately 19/1

Toffees to make it three from three

Bet 1: Back Everton @ 11/10 - KO 15:00 BST

Both Everton and Crystal Palace have made 100% starts to their season, but it's been the Toffees who have looked that extra bit special so far, and I am backing them win at Selhurst Park.

I still firmly believe that Roy Hodgson's men will struggle this year. They lack strength in depth and only have one way of playing really.

Carlo Ancelotti has completely revamped the way Everton to play, and with the goals flowing, they should prove too strong for the hosts.

Andrew Atherley is also keen on Everton's chances this weekend.

West Brom to be beaten again

Bet 2: Back Chelsea & BTTS @ 15/8 - KO 17:30 BST

I have covered this match in full here, so click the link to read why I believe that Chelsea will win, with both teams scoring.

More misery for Southampton

Bet 3: Back Burnley @ 9/4 - KO 20:00 BST

There have been rumblings of problems between Sean Dyche and the Burnley board, as he has been frustrated by the club's business in the transfer market.

They were beaten 4-2 at Leicester in their opening match last weekend, but they did manage to win 2-0 at Millwall in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday.

The Saints have been terrible so far this term, which certainly wasn't the expectation. They lost 1-0 at Palace, before being beaten at home by both Brentford (cup) and Spurs (league).

Tottenham put five goals past them last weekend, and Ralph Hasenhüttl's side look there for the taking at present.

Fellow Betting.Betfair contributor, Andy Schooler, is going for goals at Turf Moor.

Premier League Treble 2020/21 P/L

Wagered: 2pts
Returned: 0pts
P/L: -2pts

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