MatchDay 11 – Saturday

Published by on November 3, 2017

MatchDay 11 - Saturday

Stoke City vs Leicester

The Foxes won their first game under Claude Puel and are at 7/4 to continue their revival against Stoke, who themselves upset Watford last time out. Both these two outfits are starting to claw themselves away from the relegation zone, though the pressure remains on for Mark Hughes. His side remain slight favourites at 6/4 and should at least put up more of a fight than Leicester received from Everton. 
 

Newcastle vs Bournemouth

The Cherries have been showing some signs of improvement, only narrowly losing to Tottenham and Chelsea. Eddie Howe needs to find some solutions quickly. For instance, Jermain Defoe has been struggling for game time despite becoming Bournemouth's highest-paid player in the summer. The striker is often among the best odds as first goalscorer, but that may be too risky as he hasn't been starting often enough. 
 

Southampton vs Burnley

Burnley are having to contend with continued speculation surrounding Sean Dyche and Everton as they head to the South Coast. Last season, it would have been foolish to back the Clarets away from home, but their form on the road has improved considerably, winning two, drawing two, and losing just one so far in the league. The Saints are still clear favourites nonetheless at 8/13.
 

Huddersfield vs West Brom

There's been very little between the newly-promoted Terriers and the under-strength Baggies this season. They've each lost four games, and Huddersfield sit just two points about West Brom in the table. Tony Pulis' side did themselves proud in the 3-2 defeat to Manchester City, but a draw looks the best option here at 2/1.
 

Swansea vs Brighton

Both sides have been picking up points here and there without setting the Premier League alight. Paul Clement's concern will be that his side have only won once against the sides in the bottom half so far this season, and they need to be beating the teams around them. A draw is at 21/10, but it's not likely to be a high-scoring game. Swansea have only scored more than one on two occasions, and exactly the same can be said of Brighton. 
 

West Ham vs Liverpool 

Slaven Bilic is skating on thin ice and this really isn't the ideal fixture to save his job. The hosts are at 18/5 to win and it's fair to say that only three points will be enough to convince the board. Liverpool have problems of their own, though nowhere near in the same league as the Hammers. Daniel Sturridge and Mo Salah were on target once again in the 3-0 win over Maribor and both are nicely priced at 4/1 to score first. 

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