You can have just under 5/1 with bwin on Southampton v Swansea, Crystal Palace v Stoke and Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland all seeing over 2.5 goals, which looks extremely decent considering the recent raft of Premier League efforts.
All five of Saturday’s top-flight fixtures contained at least three strikes, with 21 goals making a whopping per-match average of 4.2.
Only Leicester’s 3-0 triumph over Burnley prevented an over 3.5-goals clean sweep, and the sides making up the last three Sunday matches have seen plenty of attacking action themselves lately.
Five of Southampton and Swansea’s past six all-competition fixtures combined have passed the 2.5-goal mark, with Palace and Stoke both seeing at least three goals last time out.
However, Spurs against Sunderland must be the banker after the Lilywhites put four past the Potters without replay last time out, while the Black Cats lost 3-0 at home to in-form Everton.
That’s reflected in the betting, with bwin going 8/13 about over 2.5 goals in the White Hart Lane clash, by far the shortest price in this treble.
Harry Kane leads the first-scorer market in north London at 11/4, but the England striker hasn’t bagged an opener for his club since early May against Chelsea, which was eight games ago.
South Korean forward Heung-Min Son has broken the deadlock twice in the Premier League over that time period, including last time out with the first of his brace in the Potteries, but the 24-year-old is far from assured of a starting spot against David Moyes’ men.
Son started Spurs’ last two matches at Stoke and in the 2-1 Champions League loss to Monaco at Wembley, but was hauled off at half-time in midweek after an ineffective 45 minutes.
He clearly has magic in his boots though, with four strikes in his past five matches, so 9/2 on the former Bayer Leverkusen hotshot rounding off proceedings with the last goal warrants a wager.