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DAVIE MOYES says he could manage any club in the world after the start he's made at West Ham.

Man United, Real Sociedad and Sunderland fans may disagree after failures there but he's rebuilding his reputation at Upton Park.

Moyes's boys have taken seven points in nine against Chelsea, Arsenal and more importantly Stoke and he wasn't too concerned about a 1-0 EFL Trophy defeat at the Emirates in midweek.

League points are the priority and the Hammers are out the bottom three and two points clear of today's visitors Newcastle.

Raphael Benitez's men have motored down the table after a super start and have one point from 18.

West Ham should take confidence from the manner of their 3-0 win at Stoke and I'm backing them at 6-5 with Unibet.

Unusually there is a 7.45 kick-off tonight and it should be a good one as Leicester entertain Man United.

The last four meetings at the King Power have averaged four goals and over 3.5 pays 5-2 at Unibet.

Both rested players for their midweek EFL Trophy matches and with United having the deeper squad I'm backing them at 17-20 with McBookie.

The first live game also looks good with a revitalised Everton taking on Chelsea. Sam Allardyce has led the Toffees to four wins and a draw at Liverpool in five matches and they're suddenly up to ninth.

Everton are huge underdogs at 6-1 with Unibet and at that price can be backed at 7-5 with Unibet not to lose.

Man City remain 11 points clear at the top and there's no stopping them. They are no bigger than 1-9 to beat Bournemouth at home so we need to look to goals for value.

Pep Guardiola's side have netted four in each of their last two league matches and won by four in their last two home meetings against the Cherries – 4-0 and 5-1.

They are just 7-10 to win with over 3.5 match goals so finding value is tough. City to score 4+ is possible at 6-5 with betfair.

A third side on the up under a new boss are Crystal Palace who have won four of their last six under Roy Hodgson. They travel to managerless Swansea and should win at 28-17 with Unibet.

In the Championship leaders Wolves will be on many accas but having been held 0-0 by Sunderland last time out at Molineux they are maybe a tad short at 2-5 with Stan James.

Sunderland are improving under Chris Coleman and having won at home for the first time this year can add another when Birmingham visit. They are evens at McBookie.

Derby have won three in a row to nil and look a better bet at 37-40 at home to Millwall.

Cardiff should win at a Bolton side who have lost three out of four – they are evens at 23-20 with McBookie.

In League One best bets could be Blackburn who are on a fine run of form and should continue their progress at Northampton. They are only 8-11 at boylesports though.

Luton are flying high at the top of League Two and are 8-13 with bet365 to gub Grimsby.

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2 Comments
  1. jos 3 years ago

    Dunno about any club in the world, but I for one, am glad that Moyes is building is stock again as a very capable manager. I just like the bloke for getting back up after “falling down”. Man U, Sunderland, Sociedad. Who wouldn’t have found it just as difficult managing the same three clubs at the times he did? Agree West Ham to beat an out of sorts Toon. G Neville tried his thing at Valencia Mr F. Your forgiven.

    • Mr Fixit 3 years ago

      Yeah apologies.

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