Jimmy The Punt has put together a 105/1 accumulator for Saturday's Premier League action.
Fulham v Newcastle - Over 2.5 Goals
Fulham have taken back to life in the big time extremely well. Six games in and they have won half, their only two defeats coming against Arsenal and Tottenham, propelling them to 6th in the table on 11 points.
There has been an abundance of goals in the Cottagers games, an average of 3.83 to be exact, with FFC finding the net in all bar one. The only time in which Marco Silva’s side have failed to find the net was at the Molineux, and this stalemate with Wolves was also the only clean sheet they have kept.
With overs clicking in each of their other Premier League games, it looks like a play here.
West Ham v Wolves - Diego Costa Card
It has been a frustrating start for Bruno Lage’s side, Wanderers languish in 17th, only six points to their name as no top-flight team has scored fewer goals than their tally of three.
If there was one player tailor-made to inject a bit of razzle dazzle into their season then it would be Diego Costa, Mr Box Office.
The Portuguese hot head’s last stint in the Premier League saw him rack up 26 cards in 89 league appearances, and he has shown no sign of cooling off since leaving for pastures new.
For Atletico Madrid and Atletico Mineiro he was booked 20 times and sent off twice, taking his career cards per 90 average to a staggering 0.38.
Southampton v Everton - Mohammed Salisu Anytime Goalscorer
What do the following centre backs; Gabriel, Nathan Collins, Marc Guehi, Conor Coady, Dan Burn, Max Kilman, Angelo Ogbonna, Ben Mee and Tom Lees all have in common? They all helped themselves to goals against Everton last season.
Frank Lampard’s side all round game is por, but they are especially woeful at defending set pieces. Last campaign, no side conceded more goals from them than the Toffees with a centre back getting amongst the goals in 30% of the Blues games in all competitions.
Southampton are not notoriously good from dead ball situations but with the James Ward-Prowse quality they always stand a chance, which is why backing Mohammed Salisu appeals here.
The Ghanan defender should have broken his EPL duck five times over as he has accumulated an xG of 4.86 without scoring a single goal, racking up 33 shots in the process.