|West Ham vs Watford||West Ham to Win||27/20|
|Norwich City vs Burnley||Burnley to Win||5/4|
|Sheffield United vs Everton||Sheffield United to Win||6/5|
|Tottenham vs Leicester City||Under 2.5 Goals||10/11|
|Preston vs Birmingham City||Preston to Win||19/20|
|All Five Results as an Accumulator||42.30/1|
- West Ham vs Watford – West Ham’s good form continues after the resumption of the Premier League, with their 4-0 demolition of Norwich the third time in four starts they have netted twice or more. The Hammers have the feelgood factor, and they don’t seem to be fearful of relegation – far from it. As for Watford, they’ve struggled past Norwich and Newcastle, but don’t read too much into those wins – especially as Troy Deeney has joined Gerard Deulofeu on the treatment table.
- Norwich City vs Burnley – Poor old Norwich. They’ve lost six on the spin now, and while the 0-1 scoreline against Chelsea was respectable enough the Blues ran up 2.77 on the Expected Goals count – it could have been a landslide. Expect no sympathy from Sean Dyche and Burnley, who are still fighting hard for a remarkable top eight finish.
- Sheffield United vs Everton – It’s absolutely right that Sheffield United are favourites for this game, and finally the bookies have cottoned on to the fantastic job Chris Wilder has done with the Blades. With three wins in four, they are the form horses here against an Everton side without a win in three and without the injured Yerry Mina and Mason Holgate.
- Tottenham vs Leicester City – Once again, Jose Mourinho’s ‘rope-a-dope’ tactics worked against Arsenal last time out, and he will look to deploy the same conservatism against Leicester here. The Foxes are without James Maddison, and Mourinho will know that a deep line will prevent Jamie Vardy’ main route to goal.
- Preston vs Birmingham City – Here’s a curiously generous price about Preston, a side very much still in the hunt for a play-off place. They will not be short of motivation, which is not something that can be said for Birmingham. Rumours of disarray behind the scenes have not been aided by head coach Pep Clotet leaving the club, and four defeats in a row – without a goal scored – tells its own story.