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Mauricio Pochettino's men left it late to claim three vital points against Swansea on Wednesday evening but they return to more familiar surroundings for the early kick off.
Boasting the best home record in the division with 13 wins from 15 matches at White Hart Lane, Spurs should be confident of brushing aside a Watford side who have been somewhat travel sick in recent months.
At just 2/7 (1.29) Tottenham might be the first leg of your accumulator but probably don't appeal as a single wager. With Paddy Power though, punters can get the second placed side at a massive 6/1 (7.0) to pick up another three points.
Walter Mazzarri's side picked up some vital wins away from home in the first few weeks of the campaign but defeats to Crystal Palace, Manchester United and Stoke since the turn of the year mean they're likely to be opposed by plenty in this one.
Whether or not Liverpool can be trusted at around 19/20 (1.95) to beat Stoke at the bet365 Stadium is one question but for those who do fancy Jurgen Klopp's side but want a bigger price, the 8/1 (9.0) available looks a solid value option.
Bizarely the Reds have shown that they can perform away from Anfield against the top sides this season and if they could replicate that kind of form against teams further down the table they would certainly be right in the title hunt.
A late Bournemouth goal denied the Merseysiders a victory at home but they have the chance to bounce back here against a Stoke side who have played three of the top four sides already, losing on each occasion and twice conceding four goals.
In fact, Watford are the only team inside the current top 10 that Mark Hughes' side have beaten on home soil this season, so Liverpool at 8/1 (9.0) could make plenty of appeal for those who expect another tough afternoon for the Potters.
After their wobble against Crystal Palace, Chelsea kept their title charge on track with an impressive victory over Manchester City midweek and they visit a Bournemouth side whose defensive frailties make them prime candidates to struggle against a well organised unit.
In 2017, the Cherries have played 12 Premier League games, keeping just two clean sheets and conceding at least twice in nine of those. With the firepower Chelsea possess as well as the third best backline in the top flight, Eddie Howe's men could struggle to reproduce some of their memorable wins at the Vitality Stadium.
The Blues are around 8/13 (1.62) to take another step towards what looks an inevitable Premier League crown but at 7/1 (8.0) they hold plenty of appeal to beat a team who they have already seen off 3-0 this season and who they beat 4-1 in this exact fixture last season.
With time running out for Tottenham to close the gap on Conte's men, another efficient performance from the league leaders is expected and the chance to get them onside at 7/1 (8.0) is likely to be one of the most popular bets of the weekend.