Tottenham at 15/8 look a decent price to win this weekend’s North London Derby and 40/1 on a Spurs 1-0 win with in form Harry Kane getting the goal is a great speculative punt. These matches are either real thrillers or damp squibs and 11/1 on no goalscorer is well worth a saver, the same can be said for the Merseyside Derby on Saturday night, where no goalscorer is value at 9/1.
It is also worth doing the double no goalscorer which is far more likely than the huge 119/1 which it pays!
I actually fancy Liverpool to beat Everton at Goodison Park and think 11/8 is more than fair with Sterling at 6/1 the value to score first.
Aston Villa on all known form should have no chance against Chelsea at Villa Park, but no home Premier League side should be 7/1 and this is the case here. Although I do not expect a Villa win, the odds are too big to ignore.
If QPR are to stay up this season it will be solely down to home form, and at 5/2 look a big price against high flying Southampton with Charlie Austin at 6/1 the value to score first.
Swansea v Sunderland looks value to end in a draw at 11/5, while at the same odds that looks the most likely outcome for Leicester v Crystal Palace.
It would be a huge shock if Manchester City failed to beat Hull but you won’t get rich at 1/5.
Burnley are 13/8 to beat West Brom in Sunday’s noon kick off which is a decent price, while Newcasle can beat Stoke at 5/4 at St James.
Manchester United have not been playing that well but are winning and can continue decent run at West Ham at Evens with Wayne a Rooney at 6/1 the value for the opening goal.