The Premier League continues on Sunday, with top billing taken by a top of the table clash between Liverpool & Leicester, and you can find Odds Picks for that match here.
However, there’s some strong supporting acts on show, with three more matches for your viewing pleasure, and of course we’ve put our thinking caps on to come up with some Odds Picks.
Our Top Fulham v Everton Odds Pick – Under 2.5 Goals – 6/5 at Betfair
Everton are the perfect example of how quickly things can change in the Premier League, as three wins followed by a draw and three losses has turned their boss from Carlo Magnifico to Carlo Ancelossi.
The Toffees haven’t tasted victory since the beginning of October, but even they are faring better than a Fulham side who have won just one out of eight league games this campaign.
Finding the net has been a real issue for both sides in recent weeks, with neither averaging more than a goal a game over their last three matches, so we’re swerving a match result bet in favour of backing a low goals total.
Our Top Sheffield United v West Ham United Odds Pick – Under 2.5 Goals – 8/11 at bet365
There’s a similar storyline heading into the clash at Bramall Lane as the one at Craven Cottage, with a basement battler hosting a more successful, but inconsistent opponent.
Winless Sheffield United have just one point from eight games, and they haven’t scored more than one goal all season, while West Ham have won just one of their last four matches.
One bright spot for the Blades is that they have only conceded three goals in their last three home games, and are more than capable of keeping it tight against the Hammers, so it won’t surprise you to learn we’re backing a low scoring affair once again.
Our Top Leeds United v Arsenal Odds Pick – Arsenal to Win – 6/5 at Paddy Power
After just eight games, it’s already safe to say that this season has been a rollercoaster for Leeds fans, summed up by the fact a 3-0 demolition of Aston Villa was followed by two consecutive 4-1 losses, and they host Arsenal with serious questions being asked of Marcelo Bielsa and his side.
As for Arsenal, they seem to be in a perpetual state of “questions being asked”, suffering a 3-0 home defeat last time out, which was not only their third loss in four games, but the third time they have failed to score in the last four matches.
However their lone victory was a shock 1-0 win at Old Trafford, when they were also under great scrutiny, and against a Leeds side who have not won at home since the opening day, we’re backing Mikel Arteta’s men to get back on track here.