Subscribers managed to collect some cash on Tuesday, and let’s hope this is a start of a run as there are more Premier League matches to enjoy Wednesday.
First up is Manchester City hosting Newcastle at the Etihad Stadium. City suffered a surprise defeat at Southampton on Sunday, and their players will be itching to get out on the field and redeem themselves.
Newcastle have played well since the restart, but this is a real test, particularly as City comfortably won the FA Cup clash between the two sides at Newcastle just a couple of weeks ago.
Midfield star Kevin de Bruyne was left on the bench on Sunday, but he is almost certain to start tonight. He has been in outstanding form, scoring 11 times this season, of which four have been from outside the penalty area. SkyBet has him at 7/1 to score from distance, and we’ll be on that.
A later game sees Liverpool traveling to the south coast to take on Brighton.
The new champions were not at their best in beating Aston Villa on the weekend, but have a good record against tonight’s opponents – winning both games at the Amex Stadium in the Premier League. We expect them to do so again.
The last match we’ll touch on sees West Ham host Burnley at the London Stadium.
The Hammers have faced relegation worries since the restart, but they are bettter side than that – as shown by their recent win over Chelsea and draw at Newcastle.
Burnley are a good side, but they have a few injuries at the moment and we’ll take the Hammers to move another three points towards safety.
Manchester City, Liverpool and West Ham to win as a treble, 1 pt, at 9/2, SkyBet
De Bruyne to score from outside the penalty area, 1 pt, at 7/1, SkyBet