Tom Clee Liverpool to win or draw against Manchester City

Liverpool didn’t lose a single match against the top six last season, and their 4-0 demolition of Arsenal last time out would suggest they haven’t lost that magic touch.

City, meanwhile, only beat one of the top eight at home last term, and even then they had to come from behind.

We keep saying it, but backing the Reds to take at least a point from these big matches is the only way to go.

Jack Green – Leicester v Chelsea: BTTS 

Leicester have only lost one of their last 11 home games in all competitions, and haven’t failed to score in a match at the King Power since February.

They do concede a fair few, though, including four to Arsenal on the opening day.

Chelsea have also scored in 11 straight games going back to last season, so a clean sheet for either team looks unlikely.

Adam Drury – Blackburn to beat Rochdale

Blackburn will rarely be such a good price to win this season.

Tony Mowbray’s side are just getting going after a slow start, with a 4-1 victory over MK Dons in their last league match.

A run of wins will soon see them drop to odds-on for most games, so get on them while the value remains.


Will Rook – Peterborough v Bradford: Over 3.5 goals 

There have been 16 goals in Bradford’s last three games, with at least four going in per match.

The Bantams have also kept just one clean sheet in seven so far this season and have already conceded three on two occasions.

Peterborough, meanwhile, are League One’s top scorers with 12 and have already been involved in three games with four or more goals.