It's a 13/1 Premier League Treble for Paul Robinson today, as he believes that Sheffield United will suffer their first away defeat. Here are his selections:
The Acca pays approximately 13/1
Spurs are getting back in the groove
Bet 1: Back Tottenham @ 4/7
If this game was being priced up prior to the season starting, there would be no way that Spurs would be as big as 4/7.
Not only have Tottenham underachieved this term, Sheffield United have massively outperformed their expectations.
The Blades are unbeaten in four - two wins and two draws - and they are yet to taste defeat away from Bramall Lane.
Chris Wilder's men have drawn four and won one, and that includes visits to Stamford Bridge and Goodison Park.
Meanwhile, Spurs have gone four without a win in the league, and they needed a late equaliser to draw against Watford in their last home game.
However, Mauricio Pochettino's side are finally beginning to get their act together, in my opinion. They were impressive in the Champions League in midweek, and were dreadfully unlucky not to win at Everton.
Spurs have actually won three of their five at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this season, and they should prove too strong for Sheffield United.
Magpies to satisfy the St James' faithful
Bet 2: Back Newcastle @ 8/5
Newcastle and Bournemouth are two of those teams who can have some pretty unpredictable results. Just when you expect them to win, they go and get beaten, and when they appear to have no hope, they pull off a shock success.
That being said, i have been impressed by Steve Bruce's side of late, as they have started to look like much more of a threat in front of goals.
The goals have dried up for Eddie Howe's men though, as they have netted just one in their last four, which although was last week in their 1-0 win over Manchester United, it's still a concern.
Nothing to split the Claret and Blue
These two teams have been in pretty dire form of late, as the hosts have lost three on the bounce, while the visitors are without a win in five, and have lost three of their last four.
Manuel Pellegrini is coming under a bit of pressure as big things were expected of his team this season. Things started well, but they have trailed off dramatically.
They have too issues as far as I can see - Lukasz Fabianski is out injured, and they have too many outfield players who aren't very good when not in possession.
Fortunately for the Hammers, they should see plenty of the ball against Burnley, as Sean Dyche's men aren't a possession based side.
My concerns about Roberto in goal for the Hammers however, stops me from tipping the away win, and I am much more comfortable in going for the draw.
Premier League Treble 2019/20 P/L