17:30 Saturday

Brighton vs Tottenham - Both Teams to Score

The Roberto De Zerbi era got off to an enthralling start as Brighton drew 3-3 at Anfield.

Renowned for his sides intensity and attack-minded ethos, based on what we saw in Merseyside, his tenure on the south coast should be entertaining.

At Sassuolo, his side averaged over 1.6 goals per game with their matches seeing 3.2 goals per game over the three seasons he was incharge. In England, it is one game, six goals, which is why backing both teams to score appeals here.

The visitors have played their part in some goal-laden clashes this campaign. In the Premier League, their matches have averaged 3.63 goals per game, with BTTS clicking in 75% Spurs are yet to fail to find the net. 

15:00 Saturday

Bournemouth vs Leicester - James Maddison Anytime Goalscorer

James Maddison is a man inform. Since May 11, he has had a direct hand in 14 goals, equalling Kevin de Bruyne’s tally over that period and bested Harry Kane’s by one.

Leicester’s playmaker will head down to the south coast brimming with confidence after bagging a brace against Nottingham Forest earlier in the week.

Over the course of his career, he has always opted for a shoot-on-sight approach, averaging 2.79 shots per 90. This season, Maddison has averaged 3.32.

He will be licking his lips at the prospect of facing one of the leakiest defences in the division, only two sides have conceded more shots per game than the Cherries average of 16 per game and only two have shipped more than their 19 goals.

15:00 Saturday

Chelsea vs Wolves - Under 2.5 Goals

I touted under 2.5 goals for Wolves last encounter with one of the traditional ‘big six’ and was stung. The bet was pretty much over before it had a chance as the Wanderers found themselves two nil down within 17 minutes and then a man-light by the 35th minute.

However, I think that this is a bet that will make money, so, I am tipping it again for their trip to Stamford Bridge this weekend.

The managerless visitors boast an intriguing record against the Premier League’s traditional ‘big six’.

Since the start of last campaign, they have played 14 league games against the big boys. Under 2.5 goals has clicked in just under two thirds of those with the scoreline ending 1-0 in a staggering seven of those clashes.