Premier League Tips: Trueform Treble features City slickers
Premier League Tips: Trueform Treble features City slickers

Premier League Tips: Trueform Treble features City slickers

We’re hoping our Trueform ratings can help highlight three successful Premier League tips and if the weekend treble comes up, it will give us a pay-out of nearly 8/1.

Leicester to beat Stoke @ 19/20

The Foxes have really turned things around since Claudio Ranieri’s departure, with Premier League wins over Liverpool, Hull and West Ham easing their relegation fears. With the distraction of a Champions League clash with Atletico Madrid coming up, Leicester will be keen to pull further away from the bottom three by winning upcoming home games against Stoke and Sunderland.

The Potters are comfortably placed in mid-table again this term and, after picking up just one point from their last three away fixtures, the feeling is they may start to focus on doing well in home matches as the season winds down.

Hull to beat West Ham @ 27/20

The Tigers have been in fine form at home ever since Marco Silva took charge, winning five and drawing one of the six matches played at KCOM Stadium this year. That run includes beating Manchester United and Liverpool, so let’s hope they can boost their survival hopes with another success.

There was more than a hint of West Ham starting to have one eye on the beach before the international break, with 3-2 losses to Bournemouth and Leicester hardly bearing the hallmarks of a team managed by a solid defender like Slaven Bilic. Next Wednesday’s trip to Arsenal could also be a distraction this weekend.

Swansea to beat Middlesbrough @ 91/100

Swansea have been struggling to produce their best form on the road of late but those twin peaks in our ratings were achieved in home wins over Leicester and Burnley and a return to Liberty Stadium is expected to inspire another upturn in City’s fortunes this Sunday.

Middlesbrough have lacked any zest going forward of late and that cost Aitor Karanka his job before the international break. There were some encouraging signs in a brief late rally against Manchester United after Steve Agnew filled the hot-seat but Boro have only scored one goal in their last seven away games.