Jamie Vardy to score first and Leicester to beat Manchester United 4-0 at 1,500/1
- There have been just three 4-0 scorelines in 122 games across all competitions between United and Leicester. None of those results have been in The Foxes favour. In fact, three of their six away wins against The Reds came before the Second World War.
- Jamie Vardy has a good record against United – he has scored in three of his four games against them in all competitions.
- Leicester’s last victory against Manchester United came in September 2014. The infamous comeback was the stage for Vardy’s first Premier League goal and saw plenty of action, a total of seven goals including two penalties culminating in a 5-3 finish.
- The last time Leicester beat a team 4-0 was Swansea back in April, with goals from Riyad Mahrez, Leonardo Ulloa and Marc Albrighton.
Alberto Moreno to score first and Liverpool to beat Hull 8-0 at 1,250/1
- This lad must be dreaming of Liverpool’s 8-0 win over Besiktas in 2007. It is the biggest winning margin in Champions League History and featured goals from Crouch, Yossi Benayoun, Gerrard and Babel. They have never beaten a Premier League side by eight goals.
- Full-back Moreno has scored three goals in 95 appearances for Liverpool in all competitions. The last time he scored was in April, a long-range shot which opened the scoring, and his side went on to beat Stoke 4-1.
- The Tigers’ biggest ever defeat was an 8-0 loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers, back in 1911. Since returning to the Premier League this season, the most goals they have conceded is four against Arsenal last time out.
Arsenal to hammer Chelsea 6-0 at 500/1
- The last time The Gunners beat Chelsea was in October 2011 in an eight-goal 5-3 thriller. Robin van Persie scored a hat-trick, alongside goals from Andre Santos and Theo Walcott. Juan Mata, Frank Lampard and John Terry were The Blues’ scorers, on the same week that Terry faced allegations of racial abuse.
- This result was reversed in 2014, when Chelsea enjoyed their biggest ever win over Arsenal on Arsene Wenger’s 1000th game in charge. Perhaps this punter is looking revenge?
- Arsenal have scored 12 goals so far this season, the second largest tally behind Manchester City. Chelsea have conceded just six.