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Spurs to go crazy and stingy Southampton: 5 Premier League bets to consider this weekend

We also think Everton’s poor run will continue.

Harry Kane has been in prolific form for Spurs lately.
Harry Kane has been in prolific form for Spurs lately.
Image: Kirsty Wigglesworth

Updated at 08.43

AFTER THE DRUDGERY of the FA Cup we are back in our Premier League comfort zone this weekend. Once again, we have scrutinised all the relevant data to bring you five Premier League bets to consider this weekend.

As always, these bets are absolutely guaranteed to come through provided a large number of variables fall into place.

Man City to beat Everton away – 10/11

Everton showed some fight in grabbing a late equaliser at home to West Ham in the cup during the week, but the fact that Romelu Lukaku apparently implored Roberto Martinez to change his tactics doesn’t look like a good sign at all.

That blip against Burnley aside, Man City have been in swashbuckling form in recent weeks and look to be close to matching last season’s form.

Man United under 1.5 goals at home to Southampton – 10/11

Southampton have only conceded more than one goal twice in the last ten games and have the best defensive record in the league. Man United have improved under van Gaal but have only scored two or more goals once in their last four league games.

Stoke to win/draw away to Arsenal – 9/5

Stoke always make life uncomfortable for Arsenal and steamrolled them in a 3-0 first half earlier in the season. Arsenal’s league form has been patchy recently (P6 W3 D1 L2) while Stoke have been on a solid run over the same period – only losing once in their last six games.

Spurs over 1.5 goals away to Crystal Palace – 6/5

Spurs have scored over 2.5 goals in seven of their last ten league games and with Harry Kane in his current form, he could hit this total on his own.

Chelsea -1 at home to Newcastle, Liverpool to win away to Sunderland, Spurs to win and West Brom to win/draw at home to Hull – 7/1

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