Premier League Treble: Get on the draws in this afternoon's action

Fulham manager - Slaviša Jokanović
Slaviša Jokanović would be happy to take a point from Goodison Park

It's three draws for this week's edition of the Premier League Treble for Paul Robinson and the combination pays a massive 48/1. Here are his selections:

- Back The Draw in Everton v Fulham @ 31/10
- Back The Draw in Wolves v Southampton @ 13/5
- Back The Draw in Newcastle v Leicester @ 23/10

The Acca pays approximately 48/1

Fulham to frustrate Everton

Bet 1: Back The Draw in Everton v Fulham @ 31/10 - KO 15:00 BST

The Toffees started the season well with some good performances, even if they only won one and drew the other three of their opening four outings.

A shock 3-1 home defeat to West Ham a fortnight ago gave Marco Silva's men a bit of a reality shock though and they then went on to lose 2-0 at the Emirates last Sunday.

Big things were expected of Fulham this season, considering that they have only just been promoted from the Championship, but they haven't quite fired yet.

The Cottagers have only won one of their six fixtures to date, but they did record a victory in the EFL Cup during the week, and it's worth noting that in the league they have already had to go to Spurs and Man City.

The hosts will be fancied to take all three points this afternoon, but they have drawn 50% of their matches this term and I believe that the visitors can take a point from their trip to Goodison Park.

Simon Mail has the full match preview here.

Saints to curb Wolves' enthusiasm

Bet 2: Back The Draw in Wolves v Southampton @ 13/5 - KO 15:00 BST

Wolves may have been knocked out of the cup by Leicester on Tuesday, but it was via a penalty shoot-out, so if we count that as a draw, they come into this game on a six game unbeaten run in all competitions.

The Premier League new-boys have drawn their fair share of matches though as it's three from six in the league and if we include the 90 minute result against Leicester during the week, it's four from eight competitive games this year.

Southampton were outclassed at Anfield last Saturday, but they weren't disgraced and a 3-0 scoreline shouldn't derail the progress they made in their three previous outings.

Mark Hughes' side had won at Brighton in the cup, before going on to beat Palace at Selhurst Park in the league, and they then extended their unbeaten run to three matches with a 2-2 draw at home to Brighton - in a game that they really should have won.

The Saints will be competitive at Molineux this afternoon and despite Wolves' progress, they aren't nailed on for the three points here.

James Pachecho is predicting a Wolves win.

Magpies to get a result but remain winless

Bet 3: Back The Draw in Newcastle v Leicester @ 23/10 - KO 15:00 BST

It's been a miserable campaign for Newcastle this year, as they are yet to win a game and have just two points from a possible 18.

Rafa Benitez clearly wasn't enthused with the transfer business he was able to do over the summer, but it has to be remembered that the players he did sign, haven't exactly set the world on fire.

The Foxes are in ninth, but they have been very in and out this season, and the fans don't seem to have too much time for manager, Claude Puel.

His team did put back to back defeats to Liverpool and Bournemouth behind them last weekend though to come from 1-0 down at home to Huddersfield to win 3-1.

James Maddison has been the star of the show for Leicester this season, as the former Norwich man has already scored three goals and created plenty.

I still have concerns about their defence however, and if Newcastle can squeeze the game, something like a 1-1 draw wouldn't surprise me.

Dave Tindall is over 7pts in profit this season. Click here to read his thoughts on this match.

Premier League Treble 2018/19 P/L

Wagered: 6pts
Returned: 26.63pts
P/L: +20.63pts

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