With bwin’s Combi + specials you can get up to 30% extra profits on football accumulators, and we’ve bundled four of the likeliest winners anywhere ahead of the next round of Premier League action.
Back Manchester United, Swansea, West Ham and Chelsea with Combi + this weekend and get odds of 21/2, boosted by nearly two points from just over 17/2.
Here’s why they’ll win:
Man Utd to beat Aston Villa @ 3/10
Louis van Gaal’s men will be flying high after seeing off Liverpool at Anfield in their last Premier League fixture, but their form at home under the Dutchman has always been strong.
No side in the top flight has won more than United’s 12 on their own patch so far this term.
Tim Sherwood’s Villa may have ended Gus Poyet’s tenure as Sunderland manager with a 4-0 Stadium of Light victory last time out on the road, but having lost 1-0 to Newcastle in their previous away fixture, the odds are heavily stacked against the Midlanders.
Swansea to beat Hull @ 20/21
Anyone who watched Garry Monk’s men take Liverpool apart in the first half of their unlucky 1-0 loss to the Reds a few weeks back will be well aware they won’t fear Hull.
That was only Swansea’s third loss at home since late September, and the other two have come against leaders Chelsea and top four-chasing Spurs.
On the other hand, Steve Bruce’s side haven’t won on the road so far in 2015, losing four of their six away games since the turn of the year.
West Ham to beat Leicester @ 39/20
There’s no doubt this is the riskiest pick in the Combi +, as West Ham only halted an eight-match all-competition winless run just before the international break, when downing Sunderland 1-0 at home, and Sam Allardyce’s side haven’t won away in the Premier League since early December.
However, the Foxes are in an even worse state, having failed to register a Premier League win in eight games.
They’ve also lost two of their last three all told at the King Power Stadium, so the Irons go into this fixture with every chance of claiming three points.
Chelsea to beat Stoke @ 3/10
The fact that you can get such a tempting price about Jose Mourinho’s men seeing of Mark Hughes’ Potters is indicative of how Chelsea have come back to the Premier League field of late, failing to win five of their last 11 top-flight fixtures.
That being said, they’re yet to lose at home in the division this term, and showed a return to their old resolve when beating Hull 3-2 away last time out, having had a 2-0 lead pegged back by the Tigers.
They should have plenty in the tank to see off a Stoke outfit that has won one of their past four on the road.