Chelsea rout, Everton success and goals at Anfield in our Prem picks

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There are seven Premier League games to get stuck into on the last Saturday of football in 2017.

Liverpool host Leicester City in the pick of the matches, while there’s a relegation tussle as Newcastle United face Brighton & Hove Albion at St James Park.

Manchester United, Everton and Chelsea also feature in a big day of action from the top-flight.

Here are our picks from those matches below…

Liverpool v Leicester City

The last eight iterations of this fixture have produced 27 goals.

Earlier this season Liverpool edged a hard-fought contest 3-2 at the King Power Stadium.

It’s 8/11 for Both Teams to Score at Anfield, with Liverpool to Win and Both Teams to Score also priced favourably at 6/4.

Jamie Vardy has scored four goals in his last four matches against the Reds.

He’s 21/10 to find the back of the net Anytime. Philippe Coutinho provides value for the hosts at 13/10.

Newcastle United v Brighton & Hove Albion

Chris Hughton returns to his old club in what should be a tight encounter.

Newcastle are the division’s joint-third lowest home goalscorers, while Brighton have only found the net five times on the road so far.

We go 13/8 that there’s Under 1.5 Goals in the contest.

Five of the last six meetings between the two sides have seen just one team find the back of the net. Both Teams to Score – No, should also pay at 8/11.

AFC Bournemouth v Everton

These are two sides in contrasting veins of form.

Everton are unbeaten in eight games under Sam Allardyce and have conceded just two goals in that time.

Bournemouth, on the other hand, are winless in nine and have let in 13 goals in their last four matches.

The Toffees are handily priced at 11/5, while it’s an even tastier 17/4 that they Win to Nil.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has looked good of late and is taken to score against a weak Cherries defence at 21/10.

Chelsea v Stoke City

Stoke rarely perform well against the established ‘big-six’.

Since the start of last season, the Potters have conceded 54 goals against the teams that currently occupy the top-six places in the Premier League.

It’s 11/8 for Chelsea to Win and Over 3.5 Goals at Stamford Bridge, with a 4-1 home win priced at 14/1.

Alvaro Morata bagged a hat-trick against the Staffordshire side earlier in the season and is 5/2 to break the deadlock in this one.

Manchester United v Southampton

Man United should end a run of three games without victory at home to Southampton.

The Red Devils have the Prem’s second-best home record and host a Saints side that have found the net just five times on the road so far.

We go 23/20 about Jose Mourinho’s side to Win to Nil.

Romelu Lukaku can also return to form against a beleaguered visiting back-line. He’s 7/2 to Score Two Goals or More.

All Odds and Markets correct as of date of publication

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