As the FA Cup gets underway in earnest, it would be easy to become fascinated with the influx of non-league sides taking on the big boys, but that doesn’t mean a bumper Premier League price boost is out of the question.
From 12:15 until the first goal is scored in the Liverpool v Chelsea match, you can get Man Utd, Southampton and West Ham all to win at a whopping 5/1 (from 5/2)!
That’s right, we a doubling the price on a home banker treble that simply shouldn’t be missed out on.
Read on for why this trio of hosts has to be taken.
After a shaky start (to say the least), Manchester United had begun to put things right in the Premier League.
A defeat against champions and neighbours City is far from embarrassing, and Louis van Gaal’s men are looking far better than they did six weeks ago.
Palace haven’t had things go their way lately, picking up just a solitary point in their last four, but will probably come up short again at the Theatre of Dreams – they haven’t left Old Trafford with so much as a point since 1989!
The biggest surprise package of this Premier League season to date, the Saints have shown that a radical overhaul in the summer has done them no harm whatsoever.
Sat in second place, providing Chelsea with a constant reminder that the title is not won yet, St Mary’s Stadium has seen some thrillers so far this campaign.
And after their bright start, Leicester have plummeted, losing four of their last five, picking up a solitary point against struggling Burnley, and could be in trouble on the South Coast.
Sam Allardyce and Diafra Sakho certainly weren’t handed the Manager and Player of the Month awards for nothing, with the Hammers winning all three of their games in October and Sakho netting in every one.
With those awards in the bank, Stewart Downing earning an England recall and Andy Carroll nearing a return, things look on the up in east London.
On current form this is approaching banker material, with Villa losing their last six, scoring just one goal in the process and Christian Benteke out suspended, making their task a far greater one.
All odds and markets correct as of the date of publishing
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