Tips for all for four English leagues and more
Bournemouth 8.07/1 v Liverpool 1.454/9, the Draw 5.24/1
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Andy Schooler says: "An Opta fact which stood out given his current form is that Mo Salah has scored and assisted in five Premier League games already this season.
"By using the Bet Builder tool, you can get the Egyptian, who has 10 goal involvements in his last eight games, at 9/2 to make that six here. However, it is a couple of other prices which I prefer, starting with Adam Smith to be shown a card at 3.65 (or 13/5 with the Sportsbook).
"The Bournemouth right-back has nine cards in 26 starts in all competitions this season, including five of his last eight. It's also worth looking at who his cards have come against with Manchester City, Arsenal, Newcastle and Manchester United all on that list. Oh, and Liverpool in the 9-0 drubbing."
Andy's bet: Back Adam Smith to be shown a card @ 3.711/4
Eintracht Frankfurt 1.910/11 v Stuttgart 4.57/2, the Draw 3.953/1
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Kevin Hatchard says: "Kolo Muani helped Eintracht Frankfurt reach the last 16 of the Champions League, but he'll be suspended for the second leg against Napoli (he was harshly sent off during a 2-0 defeat), so he'll have no reason to be rested this weekend. He has netted in six of his last nine games."
"Stuttgart pushed Bayern hard in a 2-1 defeat last week, but it was another game in which Bruno Labbadia's team leaked multiple goals, and VfB are still deep in relegation danger. They have conceded 40 goals in 23 games, and they haven't won a road match in the league for over a year."
Kevin's bet: Back Randal Kolo Muani to score @ 2.68/5
QPR 3.412/5 v Watford 2.47/5, the Draw 3.412/5
Opta Stat: "Leicester's Brendan Rodgers has won just two of his 21 meetings with Chelsea as a manager in all competitions (D9 L10), with that 10% win ratio against the Blues his lowest against any side he has faced more than twice in his managerial career.
"Raheem Sterling scored his first Chelsea goals in the Blues' 2-1 win over Leicester in August. He's netted braces in his last two Premier League games against Leicester, having scored just once in his first 14 appearances against them."
Betfair Bet: Back Cheslea and Sterling to score @ 7/2
QPR 3.412/5 v Watford 2.47/5, the Draw 3.412/5
Jack Critchley says: "Watford replaced Slaven Bilic with Chris Wilder this weekend following a fairly underwhelming run of results. The Hornets haven't completely dropped out of the play-off picture, yet they now find themselves four points adrift of sixth place.
"Although things turned sour at Middlesbrough, Wilder is an experienced and successful coach at this level and he should be able to improve their fortunes. Nevertheless, they have lost just one of their last six matches and the former Sheffield United boss won't have to make too many tweaks in order to get them back on track.
"This may be the ideal fixture for the visitors and they should be able to capitalise on QPR's poor form."
Jack's bet: Back Watford @ 2.47/5
Peterborough 1.594/7 v Cheltenham 5.69/2, the Draw 4.3100/30
Alan Dudman says: "Jonson Clarke-Harris has been superb this season for Posh, often playing with injury and leading the line. His 21 in 40 appearances puts him bang in line for another Anytime Goalscorer bet, especially against a team with an xA of 1.77.
"Backing him to score first with the 8/15 is an option to boost a price for a multiple, and that we we can play Posh to win their 12th home match of the season to keep alive their play-off hopes."
Alan's bet: Back Jonson Clarke-Harris first goalscorer & Peterboro @ 4/1
Doncaster 2.6213/8 v Wimbledon 3.259/4, the Draw 3.1511/5
Ian Lamont says: "Doncaster have not scored in four games and will have been disappointed to lose at home on Tuesday against Harrogate, who have hardly been in great form.
"The hosts have failed to score in nine of their past 16 games, netting just 13 times. Top scorers George Miller (9) and Kyle Hurst (6) have scored three between them in that time. All by Hurst, in fact. Even defender James Maxwell has two.
"This clash has been labelled "the biggest game of the season" by Tommy Rowe if Doncaster are to maintain their playoff hopes. Opta say he has scored four times against the Dons, more than against any other team (every 94 minutes)."
Ian's bet: Back AFC Wimbledon @ 3.211/5
Crystal Palace 9.89/1 v Man City 1.42/5, the Draw 5.39/2
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Mark O'Haire says: "Only two clubs have seen fewer goals per-game across their Premier League campaign than Crystal Palace, with the Eagles' encounters producing just 2.12 goals on average.
"A chunky 22 of those 25 tussles saw Under 3.5 Goals land, whilst the hosts have failed to even score in five fixtures when welcoming top-six opposition to Selhurst Park this season.
"With that in mind, backing Man City to win and Under 3.5 Goals holds plenty of appeal at 1/1. The Citizens have only once scored more than three goals on their Premier League travels this term - at rock-bottom Bournemouth - with City producing a surprisingly low 2.69 goals per-game league average when playing outside of The Etihad."
Mark's bet: Back Man City and Under 3.5 Goals @ 1/1