Watford v Man United (Saturday, 12:45, BT Sport 1)
Man United have won the last nine matches in all competitions against Watford
The Red Devils were backed as short as 1.6 to prevail in this encounter before losing Wayne Rooney and Anthony Martial, so their drift to 2.111/10 seems a tad reactionary given that the former has been dismissed as a negative impact all season and the latter has yet to score a winning goal.
Most other statistics surrounding this game indicate that the visitors should triumph, from the bolded insight above to the fact that Watford have faced the rest of the top four already without gaining a point to Man United's record of seven victories in ten against sides below them in 2015/16.
Recommended Bet: Back Man United to win @ 2.111/10
West Brom v Arsenal (Saturday, 15:00)
The Gunners have taken 31 points from 36 in their last 12 Premier League matches on the road
Arsenal are by far the best travellers across the top five divisions of English football this season, with five wins from six equating to a 2.5 points-per-game average. Even the one setback could be explained away by them having two players sent off at champions Chelsea in September.
You might think that such strong figures show that they dominate these fixtures, especially as they won their last three Premier League away days by three-goal margins, but the reality is that they have gone into the break level in five of their six, with the scoreline 0-0 in four and 1-1 in another.
Recommended Bet: Back Draw/Arsenal @ 5.04/1
Tottenham v West Ham (Sunday, 16:00, Sky Sports 1)
Three of the last four goals that Spurs scored against West Ham were netted in the 90th minute
West Ham and Tottenham are the two most prolific first-half scorers in the Premier League this term, with Opta noting that the east Londoners have struck 11 times in the initial 45 and their more northerly neighbours ten times, yet their White Hart Lane meetings tend to be far more chess-like.
Supporters have been treated to 14 goals across the past four derbies between the pair hosted by Spurs, but just two of those arrived before half time, and one of those was as late as the 44th minute. More shockingly still, every single contest featured precisely three strikes after the interval.
Recommended Bet: Back the second half to have more goals @ 2.166/5
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