Coupon Busters - Game Week 15Friday, December 1 2017
Oriol Romeu… Josh King… Jonny Evans’ arse… Three reasons we weren’t celebrating a clean sweep of Coupon Busters in the week. But I know where they all live. And I’ve got Liam Neeson’s number.
So we’ll go again, shall we…
- Chelsea to beat Newcastle
- Man City to beat West Ham
- Liverpool to beat Brighton £1 Treble returns £2.10
- Everton to beat Huddersfield
- Stoke to beat Swansea £1 Five-fold returns £7.00
Another nailed-on Treble, but you don’t need me to tell you that (although double your money is not to be flicked the Vs at). Adding the on-the-up Everton might tempt you in, but for a wild card I’d go straight to the five-way at 6/1.
Win To Nil
- Chelsea to beat Newcastle
- Man City to beat West Ham £1 Double returns £3.60
- Stoke to beat Swansea £1 Treble returns £11.00
City let us down in midweek, but doubling them with Chelsea has to be backed. There are others to consider – you can make a case for Everton, Liverpool, even West Brom – but based on value, Stoke get the nod.
Both Teams to Score
- Watford v Tottenham
- Arsenal v Man United £1 Double returns £3.00
- Brighton v Liverpool
- West Brom v Crystal Palace £1 Double returns £12.00
The only one I would bet my kidneys on is Watford v Spurs. But Jose can’t go to Arsenal looking for a 0-0 – and Arsenal are well capable of spoiling those plans anyway, forcing United to start the bus. Brighton have got a goal – and Liverpool a slip – in them and I’ve got a fancy for West Brom and Palace to throw off the shackles. At 11/1 I’ll have a nibble on that.
That’s where my paper round money is going this weekend.
But I’ve also got my eye on a few pearlers in the Arsenal v Man United and Man City v West Ham matches. So once I’ve emptied a few charity boxes, I’ll be back with a couple of Match Profiles.
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