Matches are coming fast and furious right now… we had midweek games, now we are right back for the weekend. I didn’t have my greatest week during midweeks losing a unit. My yearly tally has been aided by a lot of big dogs and my figure is 45-46 good for +9.05u. Let’s get back at it, here’s what I have for you…

EVERTON V CHELSEA: Everton continue to be a complete shambles. Off a 5-2 spanking vs Liverpool, Marco Silva was sacked Thursday and supporters are unhappy. This team can’t score goals and clearly has a defensive problem. Chelsea have won of 7 of the last 8 in the league, the only loss to Man City and are full of confidence. Only bet right now though is stay away. Everton has major issues but generally when you get a change at manager, a team picks it up. PICK: PASS

BOURNEMOUTH V LIVERPOOL: I’m done backing Bournemouth. Complete wankers. PICK: PASS

TOTTENHAM V BURNLEY: Tottenham looking really good under Mourinho until an odd performance midweek to United. Consistency continues to be the issue and it wont be easy against an always tough and gritty side in Burnley. Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes continue to play well and I think they can bag a goal vs a leaky Spurs defense. Keep in mind since the hiring of Mourinho both teams have scored in all the matches. PICK: Both teams score a goal (-130)

WATFORD V CRYSTAL PALACE: Two relegation type teams… No interest here. Should be a shit show at Vicarage Road. PICK: PASS

MANCHESTER CITY V MANCHESTER UNITED: Battle of Manchester and this should be a fun, end to end match up. Marcus Rashford continues to do really good things for United and I expect a goal fest here. We all know the tenacity of City’s offense as well. City matches have seen OVER 2.5 goals in 13 of 15 matches. PICK: Both teams score a goal and OVER 2.5 (+105)

ASTON VILLA V LEICESTER: I have been on Leicester seemingly every week over the last 2 months, and until the wheels fall off it’s tough to jump off. I will say this though, this a tough match, there are rumors swirling around Brendan Rodgers, pressure mounts that the team continue this play and Villa Park is as tough a place to go as any in the country. Problem is on the surface theres a lot of concerns, but Villa aren’t great and Leicester are flying, this isn’t the opponent to trip them up. Jamie Vardy has scored in 7 straight league matches. Enough for me. PICKS: Leicester (-120) and Jamie Vardy to score a goal anytime (-135)

NEWCASTLE V SOUTHAMPTON: Pretty decent spot for Newcastle at home. They continue to be very good defensively and I think they can get to a poor Saints side. Steve Bruce has been good as manager and outside an opening day lost to Arsenal, Newcastle are unbeaten at home. I think Newcastle may win but with Southampton recent rounds of success, better games to bet. PICK: PASS 

NORWICH CITY V SHEFFIELD UNITED: A battle of 2 newly promoted sides… this match screams draw to me. But, in further inspection, i’ll gladly take the away win. Sheffield have been pretty solid away from home and have been very good defensively. Norwich can’t keep goals out and look poised to go down this season. PICK: Sheffield United (+130)

BRIGHTON V WOLVES: These are always seemingly tough games for Wolves. They play well against big sides and struggle against mid and lower table sides, couple that they have to travel down to the south coast and I think this one ends in a stalemate. Wolves have a LEAGUE HIGH 8 draws this season and Brighton will be flyinh high after there win at Arsenal.  PICK: DRAW +210

WEST HAM V ARSENAL: I will say this now, I don’t care what the price is in Arsenal games, this team is unbackable. They are gutless and have no manager. They seem inept at finding one and even if they do, these players aren’t good enough. It’s not a joke anymore, with the fixture list coming, they are fighting a relegation battle and that’s no mess. This team is very poor. It’s that simple. They are one of the worst defensive sides i’ve seen in some time in the Premier League. They have not won a match since October 6th, 2 months ago. PICK: West Ham +0.5 (-110)


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