LAST week bookies offered up a gift with Killie and they look over generous with Bournemouth today.
Killie, who were on a run of one defeat in 16, were above evens against a Ross County side with one win in 16.
Today Bournemouth started above evens against a West Brom side who looked doomed after slumping to seven defeats in a row.
Their price has dropped to a best 23-25 at Marathonbet but it’s still pretty good on an accumulator.
Eddie Howe’s men were well beaten by a good Spurs side on Sunday after taking the lead but should have no fears against an outfit lacking confidence and heading to the Championship.
The Cherries are three or four points from clinching safety and will see this as a great chance to pick up a vital victory.
Liverpool were disappointing at Man United last week but should return to winning ways against a Watford side spanked by Arsenal.
Jurgen Klopp’s men are short-priced at 1-5 with Marathonbet but they should win and well a couple of bets stand out.
This is all that’s left for Jose Mourinho to win after tamely exiting the Champions League to Sevilla in midweek. United were poor but should enough to edge out a Brighton side who had won three in a row before last week’s loss at Everton and may score. Glenn Murray would be their best bet for a goal at 9-2 with Unibet.
Spurs beat Swansea 2-0 away in January and have won on five of their last six visits there. The Swans have stepped up massively since the arrival of Carlos Carvalhal but Spurs are no bigger than 9-20 with Betway and may need a replay.
With Harry Kane out take Son Heung-Min to score at 6-4 with Unibet – he hit a double in last week’s 4-1 comeback win at Bournemouth.
Fulham are the form team in the Championship and are threatening to catch Wolves or Cardiff in the race for automatic promotion. They look nailed on for at least the play-offs after six wins in seven and should beat QPR at home today.
They are 8-13 at betfair to win and I also like the Cottagers and over 2.5 match goals at 6-5.
Aston Villa were brilliant against Wolves last Sunday but slumped to a shock defeat at home to QPR in midweek. They are 9-10 with betfair to bounce back at Bolton.
Sunderland remain a mess and face another defeat against a Preston side who pushed Fulham all the way last week before losing right at the death. Preston are worth a look at 6-5 with William Hill and Ladbrokes.
In League One Plymouth continue to impress and Derek Adams’s side are 1-2 not to lose at home to Bristol Rovers.
- Liverpool & over 3.5 goals
- Lukaku to score first
- Fulham & over 2.5 goals
- Plymouth not to lose