Last Saturday was one of the dullest days of Premier League football in memory, resulting in both our bets failing. This weekend can only get better though, and the fact we are still in healthy profit is hard to ignore.
After last weekend our rolling profit currently stands at £107.03 with just a few weeks of the season remaining.
The best bet this week is our Premier League Treble at 7.04/1 with bet365.
Bournemouth vs Stoke: Bournemouth were one of the few teams to score a goal last Saturday as they put Sunderland out of their misery at the Stadium of Light, but it’s their home form that really catches the eye. They have won three of their last four at home and only lost to Chelsea, whilst Stoke have lost eight of their last ten away from home and failed to score in five of their last six. A Bournemouth win looks excellent value here.
Burnley vs West Brom: Burnley picked up their first away win of the season last weekend, and that should boost their confidence as they return to Turf Moor. At home they have won ten of their 17 Premier League games, and whilst West Brom are on course for their best ever season they already seem to be on their holidays. The Baggies have lost four games on the trot now and failed to score in five, and they’re facing a Burnley side who have kept a clean sheet in 35% of their home games.
Hull vs Sunderland: Hull’s goalless draw at Southampton last weekend marginally boosted their chances of survival, but they still have to fight in the remaining few games this season. At home they are unbeaten since Boxing Day and have won eight of their last nine, five of which have been by two or more goals. They face a Sunderland side who were relegated last weekend and who have lost ten of their last 11 away games, eight of which were by a two goal margin or more.
Hull are still struggling in the Premier League relegation battle, but the signs at the moment are promising as long as they can keep picking up results. Away from home they are absolutely shocking, but back at the KCOM Stadium they have tried hard to make up for their travelling deficits.
There they have avoided defeat since a Boxing Day hosting of Manchester City, with eight of their ten games since ending in victory. Five of these have been by more than a single goal margin too, and they have scored at least two goals in nine of them.
Sunderland were finally resigned to the Championship in their 1-0 home defeat to Bournemouth last weekend, and it’s no less than they deserve. The Black Cats have lost eight of their last ten games and away from home have lost ten of their last 11. Eight of these 11 away days have seen them lose by more than one goal, so a comfortable win for the battling Hull looks a good bet.
I can’t see many scenarios where Hull don’t win this one, so us losing our stake seems very unlikely due to the refund given if they win by one goal.
All of these bets can be placed at Free Super Tips, the home of free sports betting tips.