It’s set to be another action packed weekend in the Premier League and like always we’ve got a tasty looking Acca to keep you interested throughout the day.
The action kicks off on Merseyside where managerless Everton host Chelsea at Goodison Park.
A 5-2 thrashing at rivals Liverpool on Wednesday proved to be the final nail in the coffin for Marco Silva, which means hard man Duncan Ferguson will take charge of the team until a new permanent manager is appointed.
His first task will be to overcome a free scoring Chelsea side who’ve won seven of their last nine league games, good luck with that Dunc. Chelsea win and BTTS 11/4.
Liverpool will be looking to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League to 11 points when they travel to Bournemouth.
The Reds heaped more misery on Everton in midweek extending their unbeaten run league run to 15 games. In contrast Bournemouth lost to ten man Crystal Palace, their fourth defeat on the bounce. Klopp’s side should brush the Cherries aside with ease.
Liverpool win 4/9.
Jose Mourinho suffered his first defeat as Spurs manager at Old Trafford in midweek and he’ll be looking to get back to winning ways against Burnley.
The Clarets have lost five of their last seven league games and were completely outclassed by Man City on Tuesday.
Defensively Spurs have struggled so I fully expect Burnley to get on the scoresheet at least. Tottenham win and BTTS 2/1.
Rock bottom and with just one win all season managerless Watford look doomed for relegation.
The Hornets suffered yet another defeat at Leicester in midweek and now find themselves seven points adrift of safety.
As for the Eagles they’re flying. A battling 1-0 win with ten men against Bournemouth kept them in the mix for a top six finish.
Palace win 2/1.
Finally the big one. The Manchester Derby. Untied travel to City full of confidence after getting one over Mourinho in midweek.
The likelihood of them getting anything at the Etihad, though, is bleak.
City looked to be back to their best at Burnley with Gabriel Jesus getting on the scoresheet twice.
Defensively City still look vulnerable so don’t be too surprise to see United find the net. City win and BTTS 9/5.
So there you have it. A whopping 130/1 acca to keep you entertained throughout Saturday. Good luck folks.