Coupon Busters - Game Week 28Friday, February 23 2018
Let’s have a little shufty at the weekend’s Coupon Busters, shall we…?
Nine Premier League matches and an EFL Cup Final – which will be rerun at the Emirates on Thursday night – for us to sift through.
Here’s how it looks from here…
Liverpool to beat West Ham and Leicester to beat Stoke are the stand out ‘bankers’. But 2/9 (on Liverpool) has no appeal although I fancy the Foxes to win the lunchtime fixture, it could be a struggle. So I’ll swerve the 7/10 on offer in favour of a more comfortable nailed-on 4/7 (1.57).
That’s what you’ll get for Man City to lift their first trophy. Take it.
It’s been 11 without a win for Burnley, but I fancy this could be the end of that run. Six of their nine wins have ended 1-0 and at 13/2 in the Correct Score market, that’s worth a punt.
Looking for a coupon buster, Huddersfield go to West Brom on the back to a four-goal blitz of a Bournemouth team in decent nick. Albion’s preparation has been less conventional and this match could make or break their season. If it’s break, you’ll get 9/1 on Huddersfield Win & Both Teams to Score. And that could look like great value come 4.45 Saturday.
Watch and earn with these three this weekend…
- Leicester to beat Stoke
- Tottenham to beat Palace
- Man City to beat Arsenal (EFL Cup) Treble pays 13/4 (4.25)
Looking to score this weekend? Here’s a few goal scorer bets so you can buy her a Babycham…
- Jamie Vardy is five from five for Leicester and Stoke have conceded more than any other team. 16/5 on offer for the First Goal.
- Mo Salah had six in seven and five of them have been Liverpool’s last goal. Another Last Goal here pays 13/5.
- Marcus Rashford is due one. He has gone nine PL matches without a goal and even if he doesn’t start, he is Man United’s most likely deadline breaker. 13/2 is decent value.
Dit your bread in,
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