Use these selections however you wish, but if they come through in a 5–leg multiple, you could win KSh 137,000 from a KSh 1000 stake.
Stoke City vs Manchester United (2 & GG – 3.29)
Man United’s winning run was brought to a halt by Liverpool last time out in a close draw. However The Red Devils are definitely on the rise and should bounce back with 3 points here. Backing Stoke to knick a goal in defeat seems like a clever way to boost your odds as Mark Hughes side are in good form going forward, scoring in 8 of their last 9 EPL games.
Bournemouth vs Watford (1 – 1.81)
Bournemouth will have been extremely disappointed with their collapse against Hull last week, blowing their early lead to end up losing 3-1. They will be looking to bounce back, and playing at home against Watford provides a great opportunity to do so. Watford have only won twice away from home all season and are badly lacking goals as Ighalo and Deeney struggle up front. A home win seems like the right call.
Manchester City vs Tottenham (2 – 3.53)
Another huge game this weekend and a win is absolutely critical for both sides. Tottenham need 3 points to keep the pressure on Chelsea, who have a comfortable home game this weekend. The story of Man City’s poor season was pretty much summed up in their defeat to Everton; Plenty of possession, but also plenty of awful defending which resulted in another humiliating defeat. Tottenham have had the edge in recent years in this fixture, so the away win is a great value bet.
Arsenal vs Burnley (Under 2.5 - 2.69)
This one might seem like a strange bet but backing Under 2.5 could prove very lucrative here. The Clarets have kept clean sheets in their last 3 games, and it is likely they could frustrate Arsenal again, just like they did earlier on in the year.
Chelsea vs Hull City (Over 3.5 – 2.32)
Despite all the furore over the leading EPL goal scorer Diego Costa, the reality is Chelsea looked fine without him last week, and even if he doesn’t play, Eden Hazard and Pedro look capable of getting the goals for the Blues. At home against a Hull side with the second worst goals conceded record in the league, backing Over 3.5 seems like the best way to get value from Antonio Conte’s men.
*Please note all odds are correct at the time of publication