Sometimes the fixture list decides to usher punters into what can only be described as an accumulator wonderland and this is just such a weekend in the Premier League.
Home wins are the bread and butter of any multiple and in the case of our recommended 7/1-wager on this Saturday’s action they are the filling as well.
Manchester City, QPR, West Ham and Tottenham all have very winnable games in front of their own partisans.
Read on for the rationale…
Manchester City to beat Crystal Palace @ 3/10
The Citizens have pressed the pedal firmly to the metal after seven wins and should brush off their visitors with minimal fuss here.
Neil Warnock’s side are in no kind of form to go to the Etihad scenting an upset having won once in their last ten games.
Queens Park Rangers to beat West Brom @ 29/20
The Super Hoops may be the most exotically-priced of our quartet but their home form is there for all to see.
Three wins in their last four Loftus Road outings have all come against foes of a similar stature to the Baggies, who scored for only the second time in six games when snapping a winless streak of equal magnitude last time out.
West Ham to beat Leicester @ 3/4
Nigel Pearson’s Foxes aren’t the type that are likely to be bothering any chicken coops in the near future, having lost nine of their last 11 games and drawn the remainder.
They’re likely to find the Irons in no mood for benevolence, with the hosts having won five of their last six at the Boleyn Ground and Andy Carroll finding his form.
Tottenham to beat Burnley @ 1/2
The upturn in Clarets’ fortunes of late has coincided with the team bus being consigned to the Turf Moor garage for long periods.
Sean Dyche’s side have lost three of their last five on the road and should fall prey to a Spurs side who finally seemed to be enjoying themselves against Newcastle in the Capital One Cup.
The Lilywhites have won five of their last seven league games and the fact that they have claimed many of those victories undeservedly only offers further reassurance against a plucky but hopelessly outclassed Burnley.