There’s a busy Premier League schedule on Saturday with six games taking place.
Starting with Leicester City’s trip to Stoke City, then finishing with West Ham United’s clash with Liverpool, here are our top tips for all of them!
Stoke City v Leicester City
Leicester have started to turn their season around with three wins on the spin in all competitions.
They’ve bagged three goals in each of those games. And Stoke have the joint-second worst defensive record in the division (20 goals conceded). Both Teams to Score looks a safe call at 3/4.
Jamie Vardy’s also scored in three of his last four appearances against the Potters. He’s 7/5 to score Anytime.
Huddersfield Town v West Bromwich Albion
West Brom haven’t won any of their last nine games in all competitions – a run stretching back to August.
There have also been under 2.5 goals in all but one of their away outings this season.
There’s value in Huddersfield to win and Under 2.5 Goals at 7/2.
Newcastle United v Bournemouth
Bournemouth have lost all but one of their away games this season. They travel to Newcastle, where only Tottenham Hotspur are the only away team to win since April.
The Magpies have only conceded four league goals at home this term. They’re 23/10 to Win to Nil.
Even if Bournemouth don’t score, Jermain Defoe is even-money to have 3+ shots.
Southampton v Burnley
Southampton and Burnley have drawn four matches in league action so far, no one has managed more.
Neither of them are prolific goalscorers. And it looks like another draw could be on the cards at St. Mary’s.
Swansea City v Brighton & Hove Albion
Brighton are starting to find their feet in the Premier League. They’ve gone three games without defeat and are only a point outside the top 10.
Swansea are only above the relegation zone on goal difference. Paul Clement’s side have lost five of their last six games in all competitions.
Brighton look very tempting at 11/5.
If they do win, Pascal Gross is likely to be heavily involved. He’s 10/3 to score Anytime.
West Ham United v Liverpool
Both of these sides have struggled defensively this season. Liverpool and Both Teams to Score looks tasty at 2/1.
There have been Over 3.5 Goals in all but one of the Reds’ away games this term. You can get it for 6/4 here.
Daniel Sturridge could score at least one of those goals. Injuries to Philippe Coutinho and Sadio Mane mean that he’s likely to start. Sturridge is 4/1 as First Goalscorer.
All Odds and Markets correct as of the date of publication