You could back Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea all to win in an acca at 5/1 with bwin.com, prior to the latest round of Combi + bets being rolled out, but they’ve been boosted to 6/1 by the boys in black and gold ahead of the weekend’s Premier League action.
Here’s why this Combi+ is stuck-on to come in:
Arsenal to beat West Brom
The Gunners look extremely good for victory here, having won three of their last five all-competition away matches and only going down on the road to home specialists Swansea and Chelsea since mid-September.
Alan Irvine’s men have only won twice in eight Hawthorns fixtures since the Glaswegian took over during the summer, and lost 2-0 last time out at home to Newcastle.
Manchester United to beat Hull
The 13-time Premier League champions have been lethal at Old Trafford in recent months, claiming 13 points from the last 15 available and only failing to beat runaway top-flight leaders Chelsea over their last five home matches.
United have seen off Hull, who are winless away since the first day of this Premier League campaign, nine times in a row over the past 40 years, so Steve Bruce’s side look out of this fixture before it has begun.
Liverpool to beat Stoke
Reds boss Brendan Rodgers could hardly have hoped for a softer landing than hosting Stoke, after stemming the flow of four defeats in a row all told with a 2-2 draw in the Champions League at Ludogorets.
The Potters have failed to score in six Premier League matches at Anfield, losing half of those games, and have lost two of their past three on the road in the top flight.
This match will finally provide Rodgers with the respite he badly needs.
Chelsea to beat Sunderland
By far the easiest case to make of the four, as Chelsea are unbeaten in all competitions this season and have won all-but two of their 12 Premier League fixtures, with a pair of draws coming away to the Manchester clubs.
Sunderland may have found a bit of form recently and last lost four games ago, but a side that were beaten 8-0 at Southampton six weeks ago stands no chance against Jose Mourinho’s big blue winning machine.