13:30 – West Brom v Liverpool (The Hawthorns)
Referee: Kevin Friend
Liverpool have not always been convincing on the road this season but they should ease past a West Brom side that has only won once in their last 6 home appearances. Liverpool games are always a good bet for over 2.5 goals and they often achieve this on their own. With 82% of their away games producing this result it looks like the most solid goal betting option in this clash. For other goal betting options, look at the anytime goal scorer and wincast markets where Suarez and Sturridge are the obvious choices with the in-form Englishman offering the better value.
16:00 – Arsenal v Crystal Palace (The Emirates)
Referee: Jonathan Moss
You will not get much value by backing Arsenal to win in this game so look elsewhere for some value bets. With 73% of Arsenal’s home games and Palace’s away games producing under 2.5 goals then that looks like a good bet with odds of 11/8 available. You could boost a Gunners home win bet by backing them to win to nil; they have already achieved this 6 times at home this season. For corner betting, back Arsenal to win the most by a margin of at least +2. Monday
20:00 – Man City v Chelsea (Etihad Stadium)
Referee: Mike Dean
This is certainly the biggest game of this week’s program and City will be favourites to continue their 100% home record and can be backed at around 5/6. For corner betting, there is a good chance over over 10.5 corners in this game with 73% of City’s home games and 55% of Chelsea’s home games producing this result. With an average of 3.8 goals per home game the Blues are always good choice for over 2.5 or over 3 goal betting options but you might struggle to find much value there. Instead look at backing City to win both halves; this has occurred in all but one of their home games and is available at around 2/1.