Stupid Punt: Liverpool to thump Tottenham 5-4 and Chelsea to lose 3-1 against Burnley?! Here are your craziest bets of the weekend

Premier League punters are drinking from the cup of crazy again, with some cheeky punts at monster odds this weekend

Anyone fancy Liverpool to beat Spurs in a nine-goal thriller - one guy certainly does

Sit back and soak up some of the craziest bets of the weekend

Zlatan Ibrahimovic to score first and Hull to beat Man Utd 3-2 at 325/1
One punter from Northamptonshire has £3 on

  • Hull have beaten Manchester United 3-2 once before in their history in a Division Two match in November 1934
  • Manchester United have only ever lost three Premier League macthes 3-2 on the road. The Red Devils lost 3-2 away to Ipswich Town in 1994, away to Arsenal in November 1997, and then a month later in the 97/98 season they lost 3-2 away to Coventry City
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic has scored three goals from just five shots in the league this seaosn, giving him a mind-boggling conversion rate of 60 per cent!

Sam Vokes to score first and Burnley to beat Chelsea 3-1 at 850/1
One punter from Burnley has £4 on

  • In 92 matches between Burnley and Chelsea, the Clarets have won 3-1 on three occasions. Burnely won 3-1 away in 1959 and 1966 before registering a 3-1 win against Chelsea at home in 1970 in front of a Division One crowd of just over 12,000
  • Burnley have only ever won one Premier League game 3-1. That was in September 2009 at home to Sunderland. Graham Alexander opened the scoring from the penalty spot, before Darren Bent equalised for the Black Cats. But it was England’s very own ‘One Cap, One Goal’ Hero David Nugent who bagged two second half goals to give Burnely their one and only 3-1 win in the Premier League
  • In his last three seasons Sam Vokes has scored 16 goals (15 in the Championship) – He’s averaged a goal every 261 minutes of action

Sadio Mane to score first and Liverpool to beat Tottenham 5-4 at 1750/1
One punter from Devon has 50p on

  • In 167 meetings between Liverpool and Tottenham dating all the way back to 1909, it has never ended 5-4. Liverpool have scored exactly five goals past Tottenham three times however – in a 5-2 win in 1963, another 5-2 win in 1974 and then a 5-0 win at White Hart Lane three years ago
  • Tottenham have never lost a Premier League game 5-4, while Liverpool have only won one PL game by that scoreline. That was in January this year away to Norwich City, where the Reds came from 3-1 down to win 5-4 in a nine-goal thriller
  • In his Premeir League career, Sadio Mane has scored 22 goals from 149 shots giving him a fairly solid conversion rate of 14.8 per cent int he top flight

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