Three wins for the favourites in the English and Scottish top-flights today rewards at a mammoth 9/1 courtesy of bwin’s Combi+ enhanced multiple offer and it looks well worth a flutter.
Should Liverpool, Tottenham and Aberdeen get the better of Crystal Palace, Hull and Partick Thistle backers are rolling in the aisles and these factors say the bet is destined to land.
Liverpool to beat Crystal Palace @ 19/20
The Reds are back in Crystanbul for the first time since witnessing their Premier League title dreams crumble in their very hands last term, squandering a 3-0 lead to draw 3-3 at Selhurst Park.
Vengeance will no doubt be on the mind and, with Brendan Rodgers’ men languishing in 11th, they best make sure they get it.
Considering that the Eagles have just one home win to their name so far – against woeful travellers Leicester – it’s highly plausible that they’ll be chewing on that freezing cold dish Liverpool plan on serving them come full time.
Since their successful fox hunt, Palace have been bested in four of their previous five outings, allowing out of sorts sides Hull and Sunderland to slurp the season-salvaging elixir of victory in that spell.
Liverpool are generously priced to savour the same kindness.
Tottenham to beat Hull @ 6/5
Few factions (aside from perhaps those directly above) are in fouler fettle than these two at the moment, with Spurs losing three of their last four and the Tigers boasting just one victory from their most recent nine matches.
If Emmanuel Adebayor is to be believed though (which, given his track record of misdemeanours, is questionable) the Lilywhites prefer playing on the road and the formbook tends to agree.
Formidable fortress Eithad is the only place where they’ve come a cropper this term, winning their previous two away matches in all competitions.
Hull haven’t scored in three by contrast, losing both of their previous pair of fixtures.
Aberdeen to beat Partick Thistle @ 21/20
Subtract two meetings with Scottish Premiership overlords Celtic from the equation and the Dons have only failed to win just three times since the season’s opening day.
Thistle are an able outfit on their own patch, but they’ve been bested on five of the previous six instances after squaring up to Derek McInnes’ men so fortune favours the visitors here.