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The Best EPL Prop Advice Around
Which players are bound to score in the EPL?
By Paul Seaton
Tuesday 31st January
Liverpool (+140) vs. Chelsea (+190) 3pm ET
The game of the weekend is easily this clash at Anfield. There have been some amazing games between these two teams in the past, with one very recent highlight:
It's Chelsea who might 'slip up' on Tuesday, of course, but as ever, they'll be relying on their main man to get them a goal. Diego Costa looks about as happy as a Green Bay Packers fan about to visit the in-laws in Atlanta right now, but is still one of the Premier League top scorers. Somehow, he bulldozes on, and in Liverpool's defense, he comes up against a group of players devoid of confidence. Back the Spaniard to score the opener at +400, the exact same odds at shot-shy Daniel Sturridge.
Arsenal (-450) vs. Watford (+1000) 2.45pm
Sunderland (+700) vs. Tottenham Hotspur (-275) 2.45pm
If Spurs really are going to finish ahead of Arsenal and be Chelsea's main challengers a year after they came so close to derailing Leicester City's runaway train, they'll need England's leading striker, Harry Kane, to be on top form:
Kane is Spurs' best bet to get the vital goal to give them three points at the Stadium of Light, and at +275 to score the last goal, we think Tottenham Hotspur's talisman will get the job done.
Swansea City (+210) vs. Southampton (+135) 2.45pm
Swansea are no longer the whipping boys of the Premier League under the new management of Paul Clement. They aren't bad value at all to beat Southampton outright at +210, but we also like Fernando Llorente to net first at +600. Vamos!
Bournemouth (+105) vs. Crystal Palace (+260) 2.45pm
Benik Afobe is in good goalscoring form and he's value at +165 to evade a sluggish Palace defense. He has 90 minutes to pay back your faith at that price.
Burnley (+190) vs. Leicester City (+150) 2.45pm
The deposed champions haven't won all year and Burnley have one of the best home records in the Premier League. Quite how Jeff Hendrick is +400 to score at any time, we can't figure out.
Middlesbrough (+150) vs. West Bromwich Albion (+205) 2.45pm
Boro have four strikers chomping at the bit to play, but West Brom have Wales hero Hal Robson Kanu, who will profit from a partnership with Rondon. Robson-Kanu is +1000 to score the opener and he'll pay for your coupon if he can breach the Boro back line.
Wednesday 1st February
West Ham United (+450) vs. Manchester City (-180) 2.45pm
With both team rosters unlikely to throw up too many certainties with managers Slaven Bilic and Pep Guardiola respectively trying to shuffle their pack to shake their poor form, we much prefer a slightly different market.
Bovada offer goals brackets and we like the price of +200 for there to be either 4 or 5 goals in the game. City triumphed 5-0 in a recent F.A. Cup tie at the same ground and either way, neither defense look solid.
Manchester United (-575) vs. Hull City (+1400) 3pm ET
Marcus Rashford can break the deadlock at +300, and here's why - the boy is a star!
Stoke City (+180) vs. Everton (+155) 3pm ET
Ryan Shawcross is +1300 to score at any time, and that looks value against an Everton side that do concede goals on the road.
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