Finally it’s the weekend and we can’t wait to put or feet up, stick the remote down the side of the couch and dive into the latest Premier League action.
Saturday’s games could be more dramatic than an episode of Hollyoaks as there’s issues at the top and bottom of the table on the chopping block.
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While they haven’t been in the best of form of late, Bournemouth will be fully aware this contest presents them with the opportunity to all-but make themselves safe from the threat of relegation.
A win over struggling Middlesbrough at 5/6 would move Eddie Howe’s men just two points from the magic 40 mark and surely out of reach for the bottom three.
When you consider that the visitors to the Vitality Stadium haven’t won a league game since last December, you really couldn’t tip them to pick off the Cherries at 16/5.
We’re going with a Bournemouth victory to open our treble as they’ve won two of their three games at home as well.
Easter may have been last week, but the resurrection of Hull City this season has been of biblical proportions and it’s all down to the appointment of Marco Silva as manager.
Hull were languishing on the bottom of the table on 13 points after 20 games when Silva took over on January 5th, but they now find themselves two clear of the relegation zone with five matches left on the fixture list.
Watford have lost three away games on the spin, while The Tigers have mauled seven of last eight opponents who’ve entered their cage at the KCOM Stadium. You’d have to fancy Silva’s squad to bite off another one at 10/11 later.
Our last fixture takes place at an unhappy London Stadium where West Ham host high-flying Everton on the back of just one success in their last five homes games.
The Hammers have only secured six wins out of 16 in their new Stratford digs and welcome a Toffees outfit who’ve become a sticky prospect for the entire league. Everton have claimed two wins on the bounce and four from their last six, which has left them level on points with Arsenal in the Premier League.
West Ham’s home horrors has us leaning towards a maximum return for Ronald Koeman’s men and they’re the last team to make up our top treble at 6/5.
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* All prices correct at time of posting.