#BetYourWay: 13 value bets for Saturday's action
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Everton v Chelsea
Double chance: Everton/Draw –
Everton are yet to lose under Sam Allardyce, while Chelsea have only won three of their last six away matches – at Bournemouth, West Brom and Huddersfield.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin to score –
Allardyce was full of praise for Calvert-Lewin after his goal against Swansea on Monday, and the striker – who has scored in his last two matches at Goodison park – will be a vital counter-attacking weapon against Chelsea.
Mason Holgate to be booked
Holgate has been booked in both of Everton’s last two matches, and appears to be a mainstay in Allardyce’s side.
Marcos Alonso to be booked
Alonso has been booked seven times this season, including in two of Chelsea’s last three league games.
Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur
Harry Kane to score anytime –
Kane may appear not to be in lethal form, but he has still scored four goals in six league games, and netted 18 in all competitions this season.
Over 4.5 cards
Burnley have received at least two cards in four of their five games with top-six opponents this season, while Spurs have had eight in their last three away matches.
Burnley not to score –
Burnley have only scored two goals in their last four matches, so could struggle against Spurs, for whom Davinson Sanchez returns.
Leicester City v Manchester United
Double chance: Draw/Manchester United and both teams to score –
Manchester United have conceded in their last three matches, but won them all.
Paul Pogba to score anytime –
Pogba has three goals in just eight Premier League starts this term, so is certainly worth a punt at this price.
Marcus Rashford to be carded
Rashford has been booked in two of his last three matches – including after a skirmish with Ahmed Hegazi against West Brom that alluded to a tempestuous streak.