Salomon Rondon to score first and Liverpool to beat West Brom 6-1, 600/1
- Liverpool will be hoping to get back to high-scoring ways after their 0-0 result against Manchester United on Monday. Only Manchester City and Arsenal (19) have scored more goals than Jurgen Klopp’s side this season.
- Before the United game, The Reds had won 10 of their previous 13 home games, drawing the other three. However, away from home West Brom have conceded just three goals in four games, only Arsenal have a tighter away defence.
- In the Premier League era, Liverpool’s biggest victory over The Baggies was a 6-0 win in April 2003. A game in which Michael Owen scored four goals – including his 100th league goal – aged 23.
Manchester City to beat Southampton 9-0, 500/1
- Manchester City’s biggest winning margin in the Premier League era is 7. Their greatest ever league victory came in 1895, where they beat Lincoln City 11-3.
- The most goals they have put past Saints in the Premiership is four, most recently in April 2014. This was at the Etihad and featured goals from Yaya Toure, Edin Dzeko, Samir Nasri & Stevan Jovetic.
- The last time these sides met was in May, and City suffered a defeat at the hands of Ronald Koeman’s Southampton side. Sadio Mane turned Manchester City over with a hat-trick, whilst Sergio Aguero watched the game from the bench.
Chelsea and Manchester United to draw 4-4, 350/1
- These two sides have never drawn 4-4 when they have met, they have, however, drawn 3-3 on two occasions. Their corresponding fixture at Stamford Bridge in 2012 saw this result, with two Wayne Rooney Penalties alongside a Jonny Evans own goal.
- In the last 8 meetings, 50% have been a draw. Both fixtures last season were a stalemate, 1-1 and 0-0 respectively. Although these punters may be optimistic with the high score line, a draw seems like a very likely possibility.
- In 2012 there were nine goals in a League Cup game at Stamford Bridge. The game went into extra-time and saw a penalty from Ryan Giggs, but Ramires’ goal secured the victory for The Blues.