Tottenham saw off Sunderland in a comprehensive 5-1 win in their last game at White Hart Lane and this weekend Tim Sherwood will expect his side to replicate that kind of form when they welcome another relegation-threatened team to North London.
Fulham are Saturday's visitors to the Lane and although they have collected two consecutive wins recently, their away record makes for fairly dismal reading, collecting just five points from their previous 12 Premier League games away from Craven Cottage before their 2-1 win at Villa Park.
Jose Mourinho's Chelsea side are the only English representatives left in the Champions League and the Blues are still in the running for the Premier League title, especially after Manchester City's draw in midweek. Their home form is exceptional, having won 15 of their 17 league games in the campaign to date, drawing the other two, so they are likely to be included in plenty of multiples this weekend.
After holding Manuel Pellegrini's men it's Sunderland who visit Stamford Bridge this weekend and although a point is a good result in isolation, Gus Poyet will know his side need more than draws if they are to remain in the Premier League, especially after tasting defeat in their previous six matches prior to Wednesday's trip to the Etihad.
Sunday sees a feast of football and Liverpool's trip to Norwich is the first of three televised matches. Brendan Rodgers' side are now heavily odds on to claim their first league title since 1990 and trips to Norwich have been particularly fruitful of late, particularly for this season's top scorer.
Luis Suarez has a staggering 11 goals in his previous four games against the Canaries, and with the Reds on a run of 10 consecutive wins and facing a Norwich side who have lost four of the last five, Liverpool seem like the very definition of banker material for a potential multiple.
Manchester City will be hurting after back-to-back games without a victory and Manuel Pellegrini will be under no illusions about the task facing his side if they are to have any chance of regaining the Premier League crown.
West Brom are the visitors to the Etihad on Monday night and they face an uphill challenge to repeat recent victories on the road against Swansea and Norwich, especially against a side who have not only won the vast majority of their home games, but have also done so in impressive style, notching 54 goals in the process, more than any other club in the divsion. City have won 14 of their 16 games on home soil this season and they will be expected to record a 15th win on Monday evening.
With the best price elsewhere for these four selections being around 2/1 (3.0) punters are getting a real value opportunity at 7/1 (8.0) when opening a new account.
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Jim Knight is Chief Betting Editor at Goal.com and has been tipping football games since he was old enough to place a bet. He is a Leicester City fan, writer and member of the We Are Going Up Podcast