Everton and Arsenal make up the headline clash of tonight’s Premier League football, with Arsene Wenger’s men desperate to make up more ground on Chelsea in the title race.
The Gunners head to Goodison Park with the Toffees at 3/1, but that could well be dead money. Ronald Koeman’s side haven’t won since October, and it seems unlikely they’re going to start here.
Romelu Lukaku is cutting an ever more frustrated figure up front, his two goals against Watford not enough to avoid a 3-2 defeat at the weekend. For a double of the Belgian scoring alongside Alexis Sanchez for Arsenal, that’s at a decent 6/1.
Elsewhere, Bournemouth entertain a rejuvenated Leicester.
A quick look at Saturday’s results would suggest the Foxes will be scoring goals, having put four past Manchester City.
However, their away record is so poor that they still haven’t won a league game on the road this season, scoring just six goals in seven games.
Jamie Vardy should be full of confidence, though, after his first ever hat-trick in Leicester colours, so he’s at 6/1 as first goalscorer.
Bournemouth to Win and Both Teams to score is also decent at 3/1.