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5 Premier League bets to consider this weekend

We think Yaya Toure might get out of his slump against Villa.

Can Yaya Toure get back to last season's prolific form?
Can Yaya Toure get back to last season's prolific form?
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ANOTHER WEEKEND OF Premier League action is about to be upon us so we have crunched the numbers to bring you 5 bets you could wager on if you so choose.

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

West Brom to win/draw against Liverpool – 15/8

Liverpool have been in a malaise for most of the season so it would probably be unwise to back them at this juncture. If they want to do anything in the league you feel this is the kind of game they have to win, and they will be under a lot of pressure.

However, West Brom have won their last two games and come to Anfield with confidence so it isn’t unreasonable to think they can come away with something given the home side’s current form.

Sunderland and Stoke to draw – 9/4

Sunderland have drawn five of their six games so far and both sides have only scored five goals each in the league this season. Two low-scoring teams and one that loves to draw makes 9/4 a decent price for another tie.

Both teams to score in Hull City vs Crystal Palace and match to be a draw – 7/2

Both teams have scored in all of their games so far except when Palace played Burnley, and after wins against Everton and Leicester, Neil Warnock’s men are more than capable of getting a result in Hull.

Yaya Toure to score first in Aston Villa vs Man City – 7/1

Toure has been quiet so far this season; a little too quiet. Now is probably the best time to get value on a midfielder who was firing in goals with ease back in May, which wasn’t that long ago.

Leicester, Man United, Chelsea, Man City to win and Palace to win/draw12.5/1

Heed this accumulator at your own risk.

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