There’s a full package of games this week so lots for us to sink our teeth into.
So where does the pick of the value lie on Sunday?
Everton vs Arsenal (Sunday, 1:30pm)
Occasionally the bookmakers serve up some rather surprising prices, and they appear to have come up trumps here in pricing up Arsenal at an odds-against price.
Make no mistake, Everton are awful, and Wayne Rooney’s late late equaliser at Brighton last week probably saved Ronald Koeman’s job. How long for is anybody’s guess, and Thursday night’s Europa League tie against Lyon may just settle his fate.
The Gunners were unlucky against Watford last time out, and with Laurent Koscielny back to full fitness – rather than playing on one leg – they should be much more secure in defence.
Arsenal to Win (21/20 with Betfred)
Tottenham vs Liverpool (Sunday, 4pm)
First instincts might dictate this game might have goals in it, but Tottenham, when they deploy their 3-4-3 variation on Chelsea’s theme, tend to serve up low scoring encounters.
Their last three Premier League outings at Wembley have witnessed Under 2.5 Goals exclusively, and the fact they could only muster two goals in 270 minutes against Swansea, Burnley and Bournemouth is slightly troubling for their fans. When Harry Kane doesn’t score, neither do Spurs seems to be the prevailing logic.
Liverpool missed Sadio Mane and Adam Lallana against Manchester United last week, with Mourinho’s men constructing a big wall in front of them. The Reds lacked the ingenuity to break them down, and while Spurs won’t park the bus to any great extent they will still defend in numbers.
Under 2.5 Bets (6/5 with Paddy Power)