A monster enhanced multiple from bwin’s string of price boosted accumulators, a collection known to the masses as Combi+, will reward to the tune of 12/1 if it lands this weekend.
With four home sides featured, two of them odds-on favourites, there’s every reason to believe it will.
Manchester United, Arsenal, Newcastle and Burnley must beat Sunderland, Everton, Aston Villa and Swansea respectively if the bounty is to be pocketed and there are plenty of factors supporting the notion that it will.
Man Utd to beat Sunderland @ 9/25
The Red Devils’ microscopic odds are founded off the back their fine form on the homestead, where they’ve scored exactly three goals in five of their last six across all competitions, recording as many victories.
Sunderland won at Old Trafford in this fixture last term, but had been bested in six of seven visits prior and have prevailed in just one league game since a pre-Christmas win over Newcastle.
Arsenal to beat Everton @ 57/100
Were it not for their disasterpiece against Monaco in midweek, it’s likely the Gunners would be some distance shorter here. Put simply, this is a fantastic price.
The north Londoners’ Champions League loss was born out of gross underestimation, something they will not be guilty of against Everton.
Eight domestic wins from nine before their Monaco mauling is a testament to the consistency of Arsene Wenger’s side, who have followed up defeat with triumph in the very next game ever since their 2-1 reverse against Man Utd.
Woeful Everton, by contrast, have one league win in ten.
Newcastle to beat Aston Villa @ evens
Tim Sherwood’s first win as Villans boss has to come some time, but it’s certainly worth siding with the Toon at even-money.
The favourites may be unreliable, but Villa have lost six on the spin in the league, scoring just two goals across the timeframe.
Newcastle have failed to find the net just once at home since the season opener and one ripple of the onion bag is all they’ll need here.
Burnley to beat Swansea @ 8/5
Only brave souls bolt the Clarets into their multiples, but there’s reason to believe they’ll shoot the Swans down.
In-form pair Liverpool and Crystal Palace are the only teams to have won from nine Turf Moor visitors since the end of October, while hodge-podge Swansea have failed to beat Burnley’s relegation-battle brethren QPR, Sunderland and West Brom on the road this term.