This Saturday sees a reduced schedule with an action packed Super Sunday taking centre stage. Regardless, there are still four Premier League games taking place and I have picked us out on a treble to see us through the action, avoiding the early kick off of course.
The treble is paying odds of 5/1 with William Hill if you fancy having a bash and you can decide for yourselves if my reasoning behind the selections is enough to convince you.
Tottenham vs Everton - Harry Kane to score anytime
Antonio Conte’s side will be looking to get back to winning ways this weekend when they host Frank Lampard’s Everton. Spurs have won their last seven home games in the Premier League so should carry some confidence into this clash, especially coming off the back of a home win in the Champions League on Wednesday night. Tottenham are unbeaten in 19 of their last 20 games against Everton in all competitions, so the Toffees could be in for a difficult away day.
Harry Kane is expected to lead the line and he is in fine form having scored 8 league goals already this season.
Fulham vs Bournemouth BTTS no draw
Two newly promoted teams lock horns on Saturday and both so far are performing above expectations. These were the two bookies favourites for relegation at the beginning of the campaign but both find themselves in the top half of the table. The Cherries are undefeated under Gary O’Neill, a run stretching five matches and they enter this game off the back of a 2-1 win against Leicester City.
As for the hosts their form has dipped in recent games with two straight defeats coming against Newcastle and West Ham. One thing you can expect from the Cottagers this season is goals though. All of Fulham’s last seven games have seen the both teams to score no draw market produce a winning bet. On top of that crazy stat Fulham have conceded at least two goals in six of their last seven Premier League matches.
Wolves vs Forest - Under 3.5 match goals
I don’t hold high hopes for this game being a classic… We are talking about the two lowest scoring sides in the division. Managerless Wolves have only managed a highly disappointing three goals from their opening nine games. The visitors Forest have scored just seven goals themselves in that time and both sides find themselves in the relegation zone as a result.
I think we can expect a cagey encounter at the weekend with both teams looking to shut up shop and nick a goal to edge out their opponents. I was very tempted to go for under 2.5 match goals in this one with odds just shy of evens but have opted to play it a bit safer and go for under 3.5 match goals instead.