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Throughout this season, the Betway Insider writers will take it in turns to place their own £25 multiple and two £5 free bets to try and earn as much profit as possible. We will keep track of our balance as we go. After three weeks we are currently £86.25 in profit.
This week, Tom Clee is in the hotseat.
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Chelsea are big favourites at home to Sheffield United, but are hard to trust after conceding seven goals in their first three league games.
That, combined with the fact that the Blades are yet to draw a blank, means the double chance & BTTS market looks far more tempting.
BTTS & over 2.5 has landed in all of Norwich's matches back so far, and I fancy that run to continue away to West Ham, who got up and running last weekend with a 3-1 win at Watford.
Bournemouth won at Aston Villa a couple of weeks ago, but had the worst away record of any side not to go down other than Brighton last season.
I think they'll struggle against Leicester, who have more than lived up to their billing as a potential top-six side.
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Everton lost 3-1 against Wolves at Goodison in February, but their home form since then has been remarkable.
In the seven games since, they've only conceded against Manchester City, have beaten Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United, and drawn 0-0 with Liverpool – the last time the Reds dropped points in the Premier League.
They can certainly squeeze out a Wolves side with a short turnaround from their latest European assignment.
Sunday's North London Derby has come at a bad time for Spurs, who haven't looked themselves since the start of the season.
They should score, given some of David Luiz's antics last week, but I can't see them leaving the Emirates with all three points.
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