Premier League Treble: Home bankers for Chelsea and West Brom and another draw for Sunderland

The more glamorous games may be reserved for Sunday, but there is great value to be had in the Saturday 3pm kick offs - Al Hain-Cole has picked out a treble worth over 7/1
Premier League Treble
Kick-off: 15:00 GMT
Tip: Chelsea to win at 37/100 (1.37) with PanBet

Home bankers do not come much safer than when Stoke visit Chelsea, as you would have to go back to 1974 to find the last time the Potters took anything away from a game at Stamford Bridge.

Tony Pulis' side have failed to even score a goal on their last four trips to west London in all competitions, a run which includes their heaviest Premier League defeat - a 7-0 drubbing in 2010.

History aside, the form book does not look good for the visitors either, as Roberto Di Matteo's men have won eight and lost just one of their last 11 league matches in their own back yard.

Stoke have failed to win any games on the road in that same period, and have only managed to score in six of those 11 ties. Even at the modest price of 37/100 (1.37) with Panbet, backing a home win in this match is probably the smartest investment you will make all week.

West Brom
Kick off: 15:00 GMT
Tip: West Brom to win at 41/50 (1.82) with PanBet

Despite their 3-0 setback away to Fulham last weekend, West Brom fans will be extremely happy with the start their side have made under rookie manager Steve Clarke.

The Baggies have looked particularly impressive at home, where they have racked up comfortable 3-0 and 2-0 wins against Merseyside rivals Liverpool and Everton in their first two outings.

Clarke seems to be building upon the work of predecessor Roy Hodgson, who turned the Hawthorns into a difficult venue for opposing sides. The hosts have kept clean sheets in seven of the last nine league games at home, where they  have scored at least twice in their last three.

All in all, it promises to be a tough test for winless Reading, especially as the Premier League new boys have a poor record away to West Brom. Brian McDermott's men have lost seven and won none of the last eight visits to their Black Country opponents, and will be hard-pressed to break that record on Saturday. At 41/50 (1.82), another crowd-pleasing win for the Baggies looks like great value here.

West Ham
Kick-off: 15:00 GMT
A Draw at 12/5 (3.40) with PanBet

While Martin O'Neill seems to have performed his usual trick of creating a team that is tough to beat, Sunderland are without a win so far in the Premier League this season, having drawn their first three games. Their run of stalemates is particularly pronounced on the road, where they have picked up a draw in five of their last eight matches.

West Ham, on the other hand, have made a solid start to life back in the top flight, thanks largely to a 100 per cent home record after two games at Upton Park.

However, their impressive win in their last home game was inspired by the debut of on-loan Andy Carroll, who is now sidelined through injury.

The Hammers looked distinctly blunt without his presence up front in last weekend's draw at Norwich, and may struggle to break down a defence that successfully kept out Arsenal at the Emirates.

West Ham's automatic promotion push was ultimately derailed last season due to a run of six draws in their last nine home games, and Sam Allardyce could well get a sense of deja-vu against a stubborn Sunderland side on Saturday afternoon. Expect the visitors to make it four draws from four this season, at attractive 12/5 (3.40) odds.

Premier League Treble
Backing all three selections pays 
187/25 (8.48) with Panbet

Al Hain-Cole is a Liverpool fan, experienced tipster and avid follower of European football. He specialises in accumulators and if you would like to read more from Al you can follow him on Twitter here.

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