9/1 fourfold on Bournemouth, Crystal Palace and other Premier League specials

9/1 fourfold on Bournemouth, Crystal Palace and other Premier League specials

9/1 fourfold on Bournemouth, Crystal Palace and other Premier League specials

The first trophy of the season is up for grabs on Sunday when Manchester United and Newcastle United go head to head in the Carabao Cup Final.

We’ve picked out our best bet for that Wembley showdown and included it in this weekend’s 9/1 accumulator.

Bournemouth vs Manchester City

Sat 25 Feb, 17:30

Back Manchester City to win with a -1 handicap
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Manchester City dropped two precious points last time out when they drew 1-1 at Nottingham Forest and Pep Guardiola will know they can ill afford to fall further behind Arsenal at the top of the table.

The key difference here is that, while Nottingham Forest have put together a strong set of results at home of late, City’s opponents on Saturday, Bournemouth, have failed to win six of their last eight games at the Vitality Stadium.

It’s been a few weeks now since Manchester City ran riot but if they are firing on all cylinders this one may well be a comfortable victory.


Crystal Palace vs Liverpool

Sat 25 Feb, 19:45

Back Liverpool to win
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Liverpool were on the wrong end of a humbling defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League in midweek and will be looking to move on quickly from that thrashing.

Fortunately for Jurgen Klopp and his side, Selhurst Park has been a happy hunting ground for Liverpool over the years, with the Reds having won on each of their last eight visits.

Palace have only won once in their last 11 matches and could be looking over their shoulder at the bottom three if they suffer another defeat here.


Tottenham vs Chelsea

Sun 26 Feb, 13:30

Back under 2.5 goals
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12 of Chelsea’s last 14 matches have produced under 2.5 goals and the Blues have had serious problems putting the ball in the back of the net recently. Incredibly Graham Potter’s men have scored just three goals in their last nine matches in all competitions.

When the two sides met earlier in the season it was a thrilling 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge but all signs point to a lower-scoring affair this time around. Spurs have kept four clean sheets in their last six matches but have also failed to score more than once at home in four of their last five.

All results are possible in this one given both team’s inconsistencies this season but under 2.5 goals looks like the go-to bet.


Manchester United vs Newcastle United

Sun 26 Feb, 16:30

Back Marcus Rashford to score anytime
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Manchester United are on an excellent run of form and that’s thanks largely to the incredible run of goalscoring from Marcus Rashford. The England man has netted 16 times in his last 17 matches in all competitions and if Newcastle are to lift their first trophy since 1955, they’ll have to keep him quiet.

But with first-choice goalkeeper Nick Pope suspended and the Magpies currently suffering their first poor run of results this season, we fancy Erik ten Hag’s side to come out on top and Rashford to once again get himself on the scoresheet.