It’s that time of the week again and today’s Saturday longshot comes in at a whopping 141/1 at Betfair.
- Man City to beat Brighton to nil
- Everton v Crystal Palace – Under 2.5 goals
- Chelsea v Man United - Draw
- Millwall to beat West Brom
- Port Vale to beat Cambridge to nil
Man City to beat Brighton to nil
City will be smarting after their defeat to Liverpool last weekend, and an out-of-form Brighton side look like ideal opponents.
Pep Guardiola’s men have beaten the Seagulls in the last six Premier League meetings at the Etihad – conceding only once in that stretch – and the visitors come into this on the back of a three-game goalless run.
Everton v Crystal Palace – Under 2.5 goals
Everton’s promising start has gone up in smoke and they head into this weekend on a three-game losing run in which they’ve scored just once.
Palace don’t score many themselves, having fired blanks in their last two on the road, so I fancy defences to come out on top at Goodison Park.
Chelsea v Man United - Draw
Chelsea remain undefeated under Graham Potter but may be forgiven for having an eye on their Champions League trip to Salzburg next week.
United have a bit of form too, having comfortably beaten Spurs in midweek, but this fixture has ended all square in all of the last four meetings.
Millwall to beat West Brom
Gary Rowett’s Millwall sit just a point adrift of the Championship’s top six, thanks to three wins on the spin, and the Lions have lost just one of their last six games against the Baggies.
West Brom remain in the bottom three after a home defeat to Bristol City and are likely to struggle at a ground they’ve only won only once at since 1987.
Port Vale to beat Cambridge to nil
Vale have surprised one or two with their away results in recent weeks, picking up victories at Shrewsbury and Derby in the last month.
Next up they head to a Cambridge side that has lost three in a row at home without scoring and are sliding down the League One table quickly.
* Betting odds correct at the time of publication. All odds are subject to changes.