14/1 fourfold on Bournemouth, Everton and other Premier League specials

14/1 fourfold on Bournemouth, Everton and other Premier League specials

14/1 fourfold on Bournemouth, Everton and other Premier League specials

Ahead of another big weekend in the Premier League, here’s our 14/1 fourfold. What do you reckon?

Bournemouth vs Liverpool

Sat 11 Mar, 12:30

Back Liverpool to win with a -1 handicap
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When Liverpool and Bournemouth met at Anfield earlier in the season, Jurgen Klopp’s side ran out 9-0 winners. If that wasn’t ominous enough for the Cherries, this weekend they are facing a Liverpool side that has just stuck seven past Manchester United.

While the Merseysiders have not been anywhere near their best this season, there are signs that they might be turning a corner and with Salah, Nunez and Gakpo all back amongst the goals, Bournemouth could be on the end of another heavy defeat.

We fancy Liverpool to take all three points from their trip to the South Coast and to do so with room to spare.


Everton vs Brentford

Sat 11 Mar, 15:00

Back Brentford to win
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Brentford have now gone 12 games in the Premier League without tasting defeat, the longest unbeaten run in the division. The Bees have won six and drawn six of those matches, scoring twice as many as they have conceded.

On Saturday they head to Goodison Park, looking to extend that run against an Everton side sitting in 18th place and just the wrong side of the relegation line.

Under new manager Sean Dyche, the Toffees recorded back-to-back home wins against Arsenal and Leeds and have shown they are capable of getting out of trouble. But the recent defeat at home to Aston Villa will have set alarm bells ringing and an inform Brentford side could have too much for them.


Manchester United vs Southampton

Sun 12 Mar, 14:00

Back Marcus Rashford to score and Man United to win
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Marcus Rashford to score and Manchester United to win has become a popular pick in our weekend accumulators, and with good reason! The England attacker is in the form of his life and has netted 18 goals in his last 22 games.

United had a weekend to forget last time out, humbled 7-0 by Liverpool at Anfield, but that defeat was their first in 12 games and they’ll fancy their chances of returning to winning ways against a struggling Southampton.


Newcastle vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Sun 12 Mar, 16:30

Back Under 2.5 goals
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After a fantastic first half of the season, Newcastle’s campaign has stuttered of late with three consecutive defeats, including the disappointment of an EFL Cup Final loss to Manchester United.

It’s now been five games since Eddie Howe’s side last won a match and you have to go back to the middle of January for their last Premier League victory. Scoring goals has become an issue for the Magpies with just four netted in their last six outings.

Sunday’s opponents Wolves won’t make things any easier for Newcastle as they possess one of the better defensive records in the league. Julen Lopetegui’s side have only conceded more than once in a game once in their last six matches.

While all outcomes are distinctly possible in this fixture, a low-scoring affair looks to be a safe bet.