A 7/2 football accumulator for Saturday's Premier League action picked by oddschecker.
Brighton vs Liverpool
Brighton have managed to score in eight of their last ten games and after Liverpool’s poor performance in the Champions League midweek, they should fully fancy their chances against the Champions.
Liverpool may be lacking in defence but their attacking options are still incredibly dangerous, and with Firmino and Jota both wanting to prove they’re the man to be starting in Klopp’s side both will be desperate to perform.
With this all in mind, we have selected both teams to score in this fixture, which has also landed in the last two games between these two clubs.
Everton vs Leeds
Both of these teams have been a breath of fresh air to the Premier League this season offering nothing but exciting fast-paced football every game.
The last time these two matched up against each other was back in 2015 so it wouldn’t be fair to compare to then, however the form of both sides is quite similar.
All of Everton and Leeds’ matches this season are averaging over three goals and both have a very similar number of goals for as they do against.
Everton have had both teams to score land in nine of their last ten games, whereas Leeds have had it land six out of their last ten.
With the number of goals both teams have scored and conceded this season alongside their attacking styles of play, we have selected both teams to score in this fixture also.
West Brom vs Sheffield United
Neither of these two sides have had good starts to the season. Both teams have struggled to make chances and are lacking in attacking threat.
So far this season the teams combined have scored 10 goals whilst conceding 33 in the first quarter of the campaign, meaning the sides are averaging just over 0.5 goals a game.
Under 2.5 goals has landed in five out of West Brom’s six fixtures while it has landed four out of the last six in Sheffield United’s games.
Taking into account how few goals these two sides have scored alongside their inability to consistently create chances, under 2.5 goals at 7/10 seems relatively generous for this treble.