West Ham may have let the lead slip twice at Sunderland last weekend, but that’s why we opted for the Asian Handicap selection and despite this failure we still landed a reduced odds accumulator thanks to it!
Our profit from the Asian Handicap Acca was a modest £39.84, and with our Premier League Banker also landing it brings our total rolling profit to £138.85.
The best bet this weekend is our Premier League Acca at 9.8/1 with bet365.
Bournemouth vs Middlesbrough: Bournemouth might not be in the greatest of form at the moment, but considering the fact they have faced Spurs, Chelsea, Liverpool, and Southampton in their last four games you can’t be too hard on them. They’re facing a Middlesbrough side who are winless in 15 matches and who have lost seven of their last nine away games in the Premier League. A result for Boro seems unlikely right now, so a win for The Cherries looks good value here.
Hull vs Watford: Hull fell to another away defeat last weekend, but at the KCOM Stadium they are a completely different side. There they have won seven of their last eight games and have scored at least two goals in eight of their last nine there. Watford have conceded two or more in seven of their last ten on the road too, so this looks a no brainer.
West Ham vs Everton: Two high scoring but weak defensive sides face off at the London Stadium on Saturday. West Ham have conceded 18 goals in their last eight home games and they’re facing an Everton side who have netted as many goals as Manchester City this season. The visitors have conceded 21 goals in their last 12 away games though, and with six of The Hammers last seven at home ending with at least three goals scored another high scoring affair looks likely.
Swansea vs Stoke: Swansea may be struggling against relegation but that is mainly thanks to their defence. They have actually scored in seven of their last ten home games, but with just three clean sheets, two of which came against the two lowest scoring sides in the league, they are always likely to struggle. Stoke have struggled in front of goal recently but they were against much better defensive sides than the Swans, who I can’t see keeping a clean sheet on Saturday.
It’s no secret that Hull are struggling against the drop at the moment, but that is almost exclusively down to their away form. On the road they have lost a huge 14 of their last 15 games, but at home they have looked completely different.
The KCOM Stadium season ticket holders have seen their team win seven of their last eight home games in all competitions, and whilst their defence has still been very leaky they have scored at least two goals in eight of their last nine at home.
This statistic alone makes this bet good value, but the fact that Watford struggle at the back on the road makes it the best value bet of the weekend. The Hornets have lost nine of their last 11 away games and have conceded at least two goals in seven of them, so odds of 10/11 for Hull to score more than one look incredibly good value.
All of these bets can be placed at Free Super Tips, the home of free sports betting tips.