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Aguero to grab a brace and four other Premier League bets guaranteed to fill your pockets

We also fancy Aston Villa to continue their resurgence.

Sergio Aguero has scored 22 league goals this season.
Sergio Aguero has scored 22 league goals this season.
Image: PA WIRE

Updated at 11.30

ONLY THREE MORE weekends of Premier League action are left so you need to heed these tips immediately if you want to ensure you have the most decadent summer holiday possible.

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

Everton to beat Sunderland – 5/6

Everton lost last week to Villa but before that they were on a solid run of five wins in six league games. This tweet from Jim Beglin sums up Sunderland’s away woes as well as Everton’s strong form at Goodison Park.

Aston Villa to score over 1.5 goals at home to West Ham – 20/21

Villa have hit this total in four of their last five games, scoring 11 goals in the process. Tim Sherwood said he would get Christian Benteke firing and he certainly has. West Ham have allowed two or more goals in three of their last four away games and have only won one of their last five league fixtures.

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West Brom to beat Newcastle away – 21/10

John Carver accused one of his players of getting sent off on purpose and then claimed he was the best manager in the league. This was after Newcastle’s eight straight defeat. West Brom just beat Man United at Old Trafford. Surely they are worth a punt?

Sergio Aguero to score two or more goals – 21/10

Man City host QPR, who have conceded the most goals in the league and are basically relegated already. Aguero is the top scorer in the Premiership and seems to be improving as the season reaches its conclusion.

Arsenal to beat Swansea at home, Man City -1 and Everton to win – a smidge under 3/1

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