While the end of the Premier League season may be on the horizon, there’s still plenty of domestic issues to be settled before the sun sets on the campaign.
Only a handful of games remain for the majority of the clubs in the league to define their season, so expect a desperate scrap for points in the last three weekends.
With that in mind our marketing boffins decided to come up with a very temping offer and that’s a Saturday Premier League treble that could land for our customers at 10/1. Max bet is £/€20 and T&C’s apply.
Let’s tell you how to land it…
After a slightly dodgy period Bournemouth have not only secured themselves a third season in the Premier League, but amazingly Eddie Howe’s men are now eyeing a top-half finish.
A win over Saturday’s opponents Stoke City would go a long way to securing that and the stars seem to be aligning for The Cherries to pick them off. Stoke are in woeful form of late with just one victory in their last eight. They’ve lost five of that eight and come into the contest as 9/4 outsiders.
Bournemouth have won their last couple of games (against Middlesbrough and Sunderland respectively) and we can’t look past them to make it a tidy third victory at 23/20.
Fans of the Foxes must be wondering where they’d be this season had their squad not been preoccupied with getting rid of previous boss Claudio Ranieri. It certainly was a drama their current manager Craig Shakespeare’s famous namesake would have been proud of, but it was enough to turn the football world off Leicester.
However, the change of playwright seems to have rewritten the fortunes of the Foxes as they picked up six Premier League wins from nine outings since Shakespeare took the helm.
Watford rock up to the King Power Stadium on the back of four straight league defeats and with Leicester proving lethal at home of late, scoring a fab four Premier League wins in-a-row, we’re backing their drive-for-five at 4/7.
This might come across as a forgone conclusion on paper. Swansea are in the relegation zone and Everton are in the top seven. However, it’s not that simple.
The Swans are scraping valiantly for survival and Paul Clement’s side was unlucky not to claim all three points at Man United last week, thanks to a very dubious penalty for the home side. That’s why our traders have the Swans tight to their loftier opponents at 7/4.
Man-for-man though, Everton look to have the edge in every position – bar Gylfi Sigurosson – and as the saying goes ‘the table doesn’t lie’. We don’t think you’ll come unstuck if you back The Toffees at 6/4 and we’re using them to round out our top treble.
If you were to punt on the treble of Leicester, Bournemouth and Everton manually on PaddyPower.com it would come in at a little over 7/1, but if you take advantage over our special Power Price you can grab it at 10/1 by clicking right here. This Power Price is available to retail customers with the same terms as outlined above.
* All prices correct at time of posting.