Crystal Palace v Leeds
Palace have struggled for form recently and are winless in their last four matches, but they had some difficult games in that time against Chelsea and Manchester City that they can’t have expected to win, despite running the former very close.
Leeds started their season brightly with two wins and a draw, one of which was a 3-0 crushing against Chelsea. However, since then they have only gained two points through four games and have only scored three goals in that run.
The Peacocks have been on fire at home and are still undefeated at Elland Road but are really struggling for away form with only one point from their three games. The Eagles first and only win came at home and haven’t lost to a team at Selhurst Park that isn’t a big six side.
Both sides have tied three of their eight games this year, including two of the last three. It’ll be hard to split the two, but the absence of Luis Sinisterra will be a blow for the visitors. This fixture last year also ended all square, and at the prices it’s worth getting behind another stalemate.
West Ham v Fulham
The Hammers managed their second win of the season with a 2-0 victory over struggling Wolves, and David Moyes would have been relieved to get over the line with hope that it will spark a good run of form from his side.
Fulham have had a strong season so far when considering their expectation and early run. Despite already being in 8th position, they have probably had the hardest start to the season by playing Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool, while their 4-1 defeat last weekend to Newcastle wasn’t really a fair reflection given Nathanial Chalobah’s red card in the early stages.
West Ham have been an unders team this year with seven of their eight matches finishing under the line whilst Fulham have had the complete opposite. Even though only one Fulham games has finished with under 2.5 goals this year, their top scorer, Aleksandar Mitrovic, is responsible for six of their 13 goals (46%) this season and is set to miss out on this clash. This swings the unders market heavily in our favour and is set to be the best bet for this occasion, especially with the Hammers playing at home.
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Everton v Man Utd
Everton have picked up some form and are now undefeated in their last six matches (W2-D4). Only Man City have gone more league games unbeaten at the moment and it seems like the perfect time to have a turnaround as they take on struggling Manchester United at Goodison Park.
It has been a humbling week for the Red Devils, an embarrassing 6-3 loss to their local rivals in the Manchester derby actually flattered them, and they followed that up in midweek with a far from convincing performance against Omonia, despite fielding an extremely strong side.
Both teams to score has been a fairly common occurrence for both of these sides this year, with four out of United’s seven finishing with a winning bet and five of Everton’s eight have had the same result. Manchester United are missing Raphael Varane who has been their starting centre back for the majority of this year, 2nd choice Harry Maguire is also out so Victor Lindelof is set to be called up to the first team, this will give us an extra edge in the both teams to score market.
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