SINCE the Premier League brought in staggered kick-offs the early Saturday offering has been a cracker – and today's should be no different.
Last week Everton vs Liverpool had everything up until an injury-time winner being disallowed.
Today we have West Ham vs Man City and all stats point in the direction of goals.
Incredibly Man City have netted 24 on their last six visits to the Hammers with those matches producing 30 goals.
Davie Moyes' Londoners made history of their own last week when they became the first team in Premier League history to draw after trailing by three goal with nine minutes to play.
Their comeback to draw 3-3 at Spurs was incredible but they face tough task against a side that can't stop scoring against them.
On an acca try over 2.5 match goals – I'm as likely to get a pint in Clydebank than see a 0-0 here.
Raheem Sterling netted a hat-trick against the Hammers last season and the only goal against Arsenal last week.
The second match today sees Fulham take on Crystal Palace and while it's not on where I'd be splashing out £14.95 to watch both teams should score at 10-11 with Betfred.
Next up it's Man United vs Chelsea and this should be game of the day between two sides who were in Champions League action on Tuesday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must have worked in a fairground when he was a kid as he seems to lover rollercoaster rides.
For the umpteenth time since he took charge at Old Trafford the Norwegian led the sack race market – the latest blow being a 6-1 home tanking by Spurs.
But his men bounced back to win 4-1 at Newcastle and then notched another big result at PSG with a thrilling 2-1 success.
United should take confidence from the performance and in particular Marcus Rashford who outshone £200million-rated superkid Kylian Mbappe.
Chelsea's defensive problems were exposed as they were held 3-3 by Southampton last week but they then held Sevilla 0-0.
I'm on United at 7-5 with bet365 while on acca they can be backed at 2-5 not to lose.
Rashford is good value at 2-1 with Betfred to score – as is penalty taker Bruno Fernandes at 19-10.
Tonight's late game sees Liverpool play their first league game without Virgil van Dijk.
Luckily the opposition are a Sheffield United side that's netted just once this season and I'm on Liverpool to win buy at least two at 4-6 with McBookie.
- Rashford to score (5.30pm)
- (2-1, Betfred)
- West Ham vs Man City over 2.5 goals (12.30pm)
- Man United not to lose (5.30pm)
- Liverpool -1 (8pm)
- (5-2, Betway)