It’s great to see a bit of midweek Premier League action, and better still bwin are offering bonuses on multis of three or more teams for the latest round of top-flight fixtures.
The acca below has been boosted from under 38/1 to over 42/1. We’re sure you’ll agree that it already looked a bit big…
Manchester United to beat Stoke
The 13-time champions have won all six of their Premier League home fixtures against Stoke and are unbeaten at Old Trafford since the opening day of the top-flight campaign, winning five of their last six when hosting.
That makes United seeing off Mark Hughes’ Potters the nap of this acca.
Newcastle to beat Burnley
The visitors are 7/4 to win away to the Clarets, which is a bizarrely-big price considering their narrow loss at West Ham last time out ended a six-game winning run in all competitions.
Sean Dyche’s side have won just once at Turf Moor all term, losing two of their past four and failing to see off a dreadful Aston Villa outfit at the weekend, so Newcastle will travel to Burnley with plenty of confidence.
Swansea to beat QPR
The Hoops haven’t been so super on the road, losing all six away matches since May’s promotion from the Championship, including at Burton in the Capital One Cup.
Meanwhile, Garry Monk’s charges have only lost one of their nine Liberty Stadium fixtures this term, beating the likes of Arsenal and Everton along the way. They look massive at 3/4 to do the same to Harry Redknapp’s west Londoners.
Crystal Palace to beat Aston Villa
Neil Warnock’s side have won two of their last four at Selhurst Park, and have scored at least once in each of the past five at their south London headquarters all told, troubling the scoreboard operator twice or more in three of those fixtures.
Such form should be more than enough to down the Villans, with Paul Lambert’s dire crowd finding the back of the net just three times in their last nine games and scoring more than one just once all term.
West Brom to beat West Ham
As was stated on these pages earlier today, the Baggies have a fine recent record at the Hawthorns against London’s Premier League clubs, with the 1-0 loss at home to Arsenal last time out their first reverse for seven matches against a capital side on their own patch in the top flight.
Sam Allardyce’s men have lost two of their past five away, with a pair of 2-2 draws at Stoke and Hull during that run only coming after the Irons came from behind twice in both games, so West Ham look very vulnerable in the Black Country.