20/1 fourfold on Leicester City, Bournemouth and other Premier League specials

20/1 fourfold on Leicester City, Bournemouth and other Premier League specials

20/1 fourfold on Leicester City, Bournemouth and other Premier League specials

As we move into the second half of the season, there’s plenty to be decided at both ends of the Premier League table. It promises to be another action packed weekend and here’s our 20/1 fourfold selection for your weekend accumulators!


Leicester City vs Tottenham

Sat 11 Feb, 15:00

Back Harry Kane to score anytime
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Harry Kane loves playing against Leicester City. Tottenham’s record all-time goalscorer has found the net 18 times against the Foxes in 15 appearances.

The England captain has scored 17 in the league so far this season, a total only bettered by Erling Haaland, and with Spurs looking to make it four wins in a row, Kane can add to his tally at the King Power.



Bournemouth vs Newcastle

Sat 11 Feb, 17:30

Back Newcastle to win
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Bournemouth are in free-fall at the moment, losing seven of their last eight matches and failing to score in six of those.

The Cherries sit just one place and two points above bottom placed Southampton and the threat of relegation looms large.

Saturday’s opponents Newcastle have drawn their last two league matches but with an incredible defensive record and goal threats that include former Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson, the Magpies can boost their Champions League qualification hopes with three points on the coast.


Manchester City vs Aston Villa

Sun 12 Feb, 16:30

Back Manchester City to win and over 2.5 goals
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Manchester City come into this one off the back of defeat at Tottenham last weekend and desperate to get back to winning ways. Pep Guardiola’s side know they can’t afford many more slip-ups if they are to catch league leaders Arsenal.

City have won 16 out of 18 home games in all competitions so far this season and should have too much firepower for Aston Villa. However the visitors have been finding the net with regularity recently, going 10 games without firing a blank and they have the quality in attack to get on the scoresheet at the Etihad.



Liverpool vs Everton

Mon 13 Feb, 20:00

Back a draw
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Last season Liverpool were in contention to win all four major trophies and ultimately they came away with silverware in both the FA Cup and the League Cup. This season has been a very different story for Jurgen Klopp’s side.

The Reds sit 10th in the table and have only won one of their last seven matches in all competitions. Compared with their rivals Everton, this still looks like reasonable form considering the Toffees have only registered one victory in their last 11. But crucially that success came last time out against Arsenal in new manager Sean Dyche’s first game in charge.

Everton will be galvanised by that result and against a Liverpool team low on confidence and short of goals, the blue half of Merseyside can celebrate an important point gained in their battle against the drop.