4 picks from Wednesday's Premier League action
There's more domestic football this week and, with this tasty accumulator, another chance to earn a healthy profit.
Leicester to beat Everton –
Leicester spanked Peterborough 5-1 in the FA Cup fourth round at the weekend to make it three consecutive victories in all competitions.
The Foxes have also gone six without defeat, conceding just one goal along the way.
Everton had to come from behind to claim a point at home to second-bottom West Brom last time out and are without a win in seven.
Brighton to win or draw v Southampton –
Southampton knocked Watford out of the FA Cup on Saturday, but they’ve still not won a league game since November.
That 11-game winless run has seen the Saints slip to within one place and two points of the relegation zone.
Brighton haven’t been in the best of form themselves but, having lost just two of their last six, they are a great price to at least claim a point.
Manchester City (-1) to beat West Brom –
Manchester City’s 2-0 victory over Cardiff on Sunday was their sixth in seven matches in all competitions.
Pep Guardiola’s side have also dropped just two points in 12 games at the Etihad and have won each of their last five by two or more goals.
West Brom have picked up recently, with two cup victories in three weeks, but have still managed just one league win in 22.
Manchester United to win or draw v Tottenham –
Tottenham limped to a draw with League Two side Newport County in the FA Cup at the weekend.
That result extended Spurs’ unbeaten run to eight matches, though they have drawn three of their last five.
Manchester United beat Tottenham 1-0 in the reverse fixture back in October and also smashed Yeovil 4-0 at the weekend to make it eight games without defeat.