Stoke to beat Arsenal 4-0, 500/1
- Arsenal are currently on a 13-game unbeaten run in the Premier League. They have won nine, drawn four and lost none. This is their longest run of this kind since a 16-game streak that ended in April 2011.
- Stoke have never beat Arsenal 4-0, although they have had seen The Gunners put two past them on two occasions. Recently, the most goals they have put past Arsenal is three, which came in December 2014. Peter Crouch scored in the first minute, followed by Bojan Krkic and Jonny Walters. The game finished 3-2, with a Santi Carzola penalty and Aaron Ramsey getting two goals back.
- Mark Hughes’ greatest victory in all competitions this season came in the form of a 4-0 win over Stevenage in the League Cup. In the Premier League, they beat Swansea 3-1 on October 31st.
Liverpool to beat West ham 6-1 and Joel Matip to score first, 550/1
- West Ham did the double over Liverpool last season for the first time since 1963/64. They beat The Reds 2-0 and 3-0, alongside a 2-1 defeat in the FA Cup in February of this year. Angelo Ogbanna put The Hammers through with an extra-time goal in the 120th
- Matip has bagged one goal this season, in Liverpool’s 4-2 win over Crystal Palace. This was the centre-back’s first goal for the club after joining on a free transfer from Schalke.
- Although there has never been a 6-1 scoreline between the sides, the has been a 6-0. Liverpool’s biggest recent victory over The Hammers was a 4-1 win back in 2013. West Ham’s only goal came in the form of Martin Skrtel own goal, whilst Luis Suarez bagged a brace for The Reds.
Tottenham to beat United 5-0, 500/1
- Manchester United have only won two of their last eight Premier League games against Tottenham, including a 3-0 loss at White Hart Lane last season, which was their biggest loss against Spurs since 1996.
- Tottenham have never beat United 5-0, although they were on the receiving end of four goals to nil from United back in 2007. The goals came from some very famous ex-United men, including Cristiano Ronaldo, Nemanja Vidic, Paul Scholes & Ryan Giggs.