The finishing line is in sight for many of the Premier League teams, and while we may have a clearer idea of where the title is heading, there are still a few issues that need to be resolved.
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Once again, I have been bold and gone with a rather audacious looking four-fold that has been drawn up by bet365 for you to feast your eyes on.
- Harry Kane – TOTTENHAM v Brentford
- Bruno Fernandes – Bournemouth v MANCHESTER UNITED
- Mohamed Salah – LIVERPOOL v Aston Villa
- Martin Odegaard – Nottingham Forest v ARSENAL
Total odds – 34/1
Harry Kane – TOTTENHAM v Brentford
There seems to be little for Tottenham to play for this season, well bar a Europa League spot, and even that looks like an uphill task.
Speculation has abounded over Harry Kane’s future, and the Tottenham marksman will not want to contend with another campaign in the dreaded Europa League Conference.
Part of the ire displayed by the Tottenham faithful has been aimed at Daniel Levy and ENIC, who have seen their side slump to 13 losses this term.
They will be desperate to ensure they don’t see a 14th, and in their final home goal of the season, they will be hoping for something to cheer about, and dispel the air of misery that has engulfed their campaign.
Kane usually steps up to the mark, and with 27 league goals, he will want to reach the 30-goal landmark. Invariably, Kane scores for Tottenham even if losing cause like against Aston Villa last weekend, and he’s at EVENS to do so against Brentford, who are fourth points adrift of the hosts in ninth spot.
Bruno Fernandes – Bournemouth v MANCHESTER UNITED
While Marcus Rashford has spearheaded Manchester United’s attack with aplomb, goals have come from all over the park.
Perhaps Bruno Fernandes will be disappointed with his tally of seven to date, but he’s always putting himself in the right positions.
Bournemouth, whose top-flight status is already safely secured for another campaign, have had some bruising experiences against teams in the top six this term.
In their last meeting with United, they slumped to a 3-0 reverse, and it could be another tough afternoon for them.
Fernandes could well make a telling contribution, and he’s available at 8/5 to net anytime against the Cherries.
Mohamed Salah – LIVERPOOL v Aston Villa
While it might not have been his most impressive campaign to date, Mohamed Salah still has 19 goals and counting for Liverpool this term.
The Reds are right on the coattails of United and Newcastle, and a top-four finish is still a possibility which would provide some delight.
Salah, meanwhile, who registered a hat-trick of assists earlier in the week against Leicester, would relish scoring against Aston Villa once again, but on Boxing Day, it only took him five minutes to hit the net in a 3-1 victory.
The Egyptian international is trading at a short 11/10 to find the target anytime during the 90 minutes.
Martin Odegaard – Nottingham Forest v ARSENAL
By their own admission, Arsenal were rather flat against a spirited Brighton who seem to thrive playing at the Emirates.
Although their title chances have dissipated, the Gunners won’t want to cede the trophy to City without them even kicking a ball.
Forest, of course, still have business to take care of, and a point could be enough to ensure they don’t go down after one season in the top flight.
Arsenal have an abundance of quality, and Martin Odegaard can produce a moment of magic at the tip of a hat.
The Norwegian has 15 goals to his name, and to round things up, I am siding with him to score his 16th, albeit he’s at longer odds of 9/4.
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