The Matchweek 33 Premier League coupon is stacked with a scarcely-credible amount of juicily-priced away win opportunities.
No fewer than five travelling sides command favouritism, while it wouldn’t take Perry Mason to piece together cases for the other five visitors avoiding defeat too.
Focusing on the first cohort, Chelsea, Bournemouth and Everton should all be more than capable of landing their win odds.
Backing all three to do so in a treble at bwin.com pays out at north of 7/1. Read on for the rationale.
The Swans are in decent form of late, but they’ve scored just seven times across their last nine at the Liberty Stadium.
A single goal is unlikely to be enough to avoid being submerged by Chelsea, who have won their last three away league games, bagging eight times in the process.
If anything is to shake the Cherries from their already safe, flip-flop-sporting, one-foot-on-the-beach torpor, then the prospect of avenging a retrospectively humiliating first day of the season home defeat could be it.
Bournemouth have been pumped for eight goals by Tottenham and Manchester City in their last two outings, but still possess the quality to put the Villans away.
Eddie Howe’s men have lost just twice in their last 12 road games and pounded a marginally more with it Newcastle 3-1 at St James’ Park two trips back.
Like Swansea, the Hornets have been seriously lacking in cutting edge in front of their own partisans, netting once in their last four Premier League home games.
The Toffees had won four road games straight, scoring twice or more in each, prior to losing 1-0 at Old Trafford last time out.
However, Manchester United have easily the division’s best home defence so there is little shame in that and they should have the attacking chops to find their way past a Hornets defence that Stoke and Leicester have breached recently.