On the spookiest day of the year, three Premier League matches should provide plenty of Halloween havoc.
LiverGhoul face West Ham, Frankenstein Lampard leads Chelsea into battle with Burnley, and John Bones will be hoping to feature as Man City travel to Sheffield United.
We just wish Spurs were playing, so we could talk about Toby Alderwerewolf!
Our Odds Pick for Sheffield United v Manchester City – Ferran Torres to Score & Manchester City to Win – 12/5 at Paddy Power
In a season containing more surprises than a haunted house, one of the biggest shocks has been the league form of Manchester City, who are 13th in the table, having won just one of their last four games.
A trip to Sheffield United could be a trick or a treat, because the Blades have yet to win this campaign, but led for almost half an hour at Anfield, last time out.
With the quality they have, it’s hard to look past Man City, and after a morale-boosting midweek win at Marseille, we reckon they’ll get the job done in South Yorkshire.
Ferran Torras has scored in both his Champions League appearances, and his youthful exuberance should spark a City revival.
Our Odds Pick for Burnley v Chelsea – Chelsea to Win to Nil – 7/4 at Ladbrokes
If you need any clean sheets for your ghost costume this Halloween, ask Frank Lampard, because his Chelsea side have three of them on the spin in all competitions.
By contrast, Burnley are the Premier League’s lowest scorers, netting just three times in five games, while only four teams have scored more than Chelsea’s 13 league goals.
It’s hard to see Sean Dyche’s men finding the net this time around, and with Blue’s attacking prowess, we can’t see any scenario other than Chelsea scoring without reply.
Our Odds Pick for Liverpool v West Ham – Liverpool to Win & Both Teams to Score – 6/4 at Betfair
Liverpool have recovered well from their 7-2 drubbing at Aston Villa, drawing with Everton and beating Sheffield United.
They are second in the Premier League table and will go top with victory against the Hammers, but David Moyes’ side will be no pushovers, as they are unbeaten in four, including draws against Man City & Spurs.
Fabinho’s injury means that teenager Rhys Williams will partner Joe Gomez in the heart of the Liverpool defence, and West Ham will feel they can exploit this, even without the crocked Michal Antonio.