Bournemouth vs Huddersfield
5th December, 3.45am WST
Bournemouth (9th) have dropped out of the top six thanks to a four game losing streak. Despite the slump, the Cherries have stayed true to their attacking identity, scoring in each of those games which included match ups with both Manchester sides and Arsenal.
Bournemouth have scored 23 goals for the season – more than Manchester United, Leicester and Everton, and just two below the Spurs. This form has been led largely by striker Callum Wilson who has scored seven goals and dished out four assists – a marked increase his tally of eight goals from last season.
This Bournemouth side have scored four goals in a game twice this season, which shows when they get their tails up they able to punish sides. Up against a struggling Huddersfield, we should see the home side return to form in a big way.
Suggested Bet: Callum Wilson Anytime Goal Scorer @ $2.20*
Wolverhampton vs Chelsea
6th December, 3.45am WST
The bubble has officially burst for Wolverhampton. Now sitting 12th on the table, the early season wonders have not won a game in their last six Premier League appearances.
Meanwhile, three points from their last three games has seen Chelsea (3rd) fall seven points behind League leaders Manchester City. Last weekend’s win against Fulham was timely to say the least, but if they are to be considered legitimate title contenders, they can’t afford many (if any) more months like we’ve just seen.
Eden Hazard has been in career best form for most of this season with seven goals and a further five assists from his 13 Premier League appearances. Like others his form hasn’t been as strong in recent weeks though, with the Belgian’s last League goal coming way back on October 7 against Southampton.
A blockbuster clash with Manchester City comes just days after this game, so anything other than a win could spell disaster for Chelsea’s top four hopes.
Suggested Bet: Match Result Chelsea @ $1.79*
Fulham vs Leicester
6th December, 3:45am WST
Newly appointed Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri would love nothing more than a win against his former side. It won’t be an easy task however, as his new side’s 35 goals conceded across the opening 14 matches is second only to Barnsley in 1997 in the history of the Premier League.
Leicester have risen to 8th on the Premier League table on the back of five straight matches without defeat (2 wins, 3 draws). Jamie Vardy has found form with goals in back to back games, taking his tally to five for the season. Alongside Vardy, James Maddison is thriving in his first season for Leicester with 4 goals and 2 assists.
Suggested Bet: Match Result Leicester @ $2.25*
*Odds correct as at 1pm WST 4th December 2018Market Market