An unexpected show of defensive solidarity from West Ham cost us our banker of the weekend last week, but we’re back again this week as the competition at both ends of the Premier League table heats up.
After losing both bets last weekend our rolling profit figure currently stands at £86.01.
The best bet this weekend is our Premier League Asian Handicap Acca at 6.74/1 with bet365.
Tottenham vs Bournemouth: Chelsea’s shock defeat to Crystal Palace the other week has opened the door for Tottenham to mount a title challenge, and they haven’t let that door shut just yet. Their 4-0 thrashing of Watford last weekend made it 11 home wins in a row in the Premier League and six of their last ten have been by more than one goal. Bournemouth have lost five of their last ten on the road by more than one goal too and simply don’t look capable of stopping Spurs.
Everton vs Burnley: Everton’s 4-2 win over Leicester last weekend got them back on track after two winless games against Liverpool and Manchester United. Both of these failures were away from home though, and at home they have now won seven league games on the bounce, scoring 26 goals in the process. This has resulted in all of their seven games having two goal margin victories or more, whilst Burnley remain without a win on the road all season and have largely only held their own against relegation candidates.
Sunderland vs West Ham: Sunderland were comprehensively beaten at home to Manchester United last weekend, leaving them ten points adrift of safety and without a goal in seven Premier League matches. They have lost six of those games, and they’re facing a West Ham side who have only failed to score in two of their last 11 away days and who got back to winning ways against Swansea last weekend.
Watford vs Swansea: Watford have gone about their business quietly this season, and at Vicarage Road they have won three of their last five and only lost two of their last nine, proving very difficult to break down. Swansea have lost five in a row away from home and 12 of their last 15 have ended in defeat, so I can’t see them bouncing back with a win on Saturday.
As previously mentioned, Everton have been sensational at home recently. Driven by Romelu Lukaku, who has scored 12 goals in his last six home games, Everton have won seven Premier League matches on the bounce at Goodison Park and have scored a huge 26 goals in this period.
Each of these matches have seen them win by more than a single goal margin, and they’re facing a Burnley side who haven’t been able to pick up an away win all season. They played out goalless draws against the dreadful north east duo of Sunderland and Middlesbrough away from home recently to take their points tally on the road to a lofty four, three of which came against relegation candidates. 12 of their 16 away games have resulted in defeat, and I can’t see any way of them bettering that at Goodison Park on Saturday.
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