Premier League fans have been given a special treat this week with a full midweek fixture list.
Three games took place yesterday, with Swansea City recording a stunning 3-1 over Arsenal amongst the highlights.
That still leaves seven matches to be played tonight, and Betfair Sportsbook are offering new customers an enhanced 100/1 (101.0) acca on Manchester City, Everton, Chelsea and Manchester United all to win.
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Man City to dominate again
The shortest price on the multiple is by far Manchester City and they are just 1/7 (1.14) to beat struggling West Bromwich Albion tonight.
Pep Guardiola’s side should have few problems seeing off the Baggies, who have lost seven of their last 11 Premier League matches away from home.
Everton face a tough task at home to Leicester City and are 9/5 (2.80) for a reason as the Toffees have not won since before Christmas.
However, Claude Puel’s men are in danger of losing winger Riyad Mahrez to Manchester City before tonight’s game, and it is also worth noting they have only won three away games this season.
Routine Chelsea win
The result at Stamford Bridge should not be in doubt tonight as Chelsea are just 3/10 (1.30) to beat Bournemouth.
Although the Blues are without a striker due Alvaro Morata’s injury and Michy Batshuayi being loaned out to Borussia Dortmund, they should still have enough to see off Eddie Howe’s men.
Finally, Man United complete the four-fold in what is certainly a tough away day as they travel to Wembley to face Tottenham Hotspur.
As such, they are 11/5 (3.20) to come away with all three points. Alexis Sanchez is in line for his Premier League debut with the Red Devils, and will be looking to breach the Spurs defence as he did in November whilst at Arsenal.
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