media

Back this Betway Boost here
{{::outcome.FormattedDecimal}} {{::outcome.Numerator}}/{{::outcome.Denominator}} 15/1

West Ham v Crystal Palace –

Only Arsenal have prevented West Ham from scoring at the London Stadium since October, and Crystal Palace are unlikely to halt that trend.

Roy Hodgson’s side have conceded eight goals in their last four away games, with injuries to Mamadou Sakho and Scott Dann proving particularly debilitating.

The visitors have only failed to score against Manchester City in their last 10 matches, though, so ought to find the net themselves.

Huddersfield v Liverpool –

Liverpool have both scored and conceded in five of their last six matches, and that run should continue at Huddersfield.

Only four Premier League teams have conceded more goals away from home than Jurgen Klopp’s side this term, with their calamitous first half against West Brom on Saturday suggesting that the signing of Virgil van Dijk is not an immediate remedy.

The Terriers, meanwhile, have scored in eight of their last nine home matches, and conceded 11 goals in their last five overall.

Luton v Wycombe –

Luton have scored a whopping 42 goals in 14 home league matches this season, and are a sure bet for another on Tuesday.

The Hatters have netted at least four goals in five different home matches, and notched 18 in their last six league games at Kenilworth Road.

Both teams have scored in six of Wycombe’s last seven games, meanwhile – a run that includes 14 goals for Gareth Ainsworth’s in-form side.

Rennes v PSG –

Free-scoring PSG have only failed to net once all season – away at Montpellier back in September – so the onus is all on Rennes if this one is to come in.

Fortunately, the hosts have scored in all but one of their last 18 games, including goals against Tuesday’s opponents in Ligue 1 last month and the Coupe de France at the start of January.

Unai Emery’s visitors have also conceded 12 goals in their last nine away matches, so are far from infallible.

Back this Betway Boost here
{{::outcome.FormattedDecimal}} {{::outcome.Numerator}}/{{::outcome.Denominator}} 15/1