Hot Hammers 33-1 to win next five matches

West Ham have won their last three Premier League matches and bet365 make them 33-1 to win their next five games, starting with Saturday's trip to bottom club Fulham.

The Hammers appear to have a decent run of fixtures with Watford at home, Southampton and Burnley away and Brighton at the London Stadium following the clash with Fulham.

The Cottagers have conceded 40 goals in 16 league games and are just 4-1 with bet365 to break Derby’s record of 89 goals in a 38-match season in 2007-08.

West Ham are a general 22-1 to finish in the top six this term and bet365 make them 16-1 to be the highest-scoring team in the Premier League this weekend.

Manchester City, who host Everton, are 100-30 favourites in that market with Tottenham, at home to Burnley, 7-2.

Liverpool are no bigger than 4-7 to beat Manchester United – something they haven’t managed in the last eight league meetings – at Anfield on Sunday.

Bet365 and Sky Bet offer 11-4 that there is a red card in the match while Hills offer 6-1 that United’s Paul Pogba is named man of the match.

Mohamed Salah is the firm’s 4-1 favourite to get the award and Jose Mourinho is 11-4 favourite to be the next top-flight manager to leave his position.

Premier League pair Chelsea and Arsenal head the betting for the Europa League after the group stage concluded on Thursday.

The Blues are 9-2 favourites with the Gunners 6-1 and Napoli, who drop into the competition after finishing behind PSG and Liverpool in their Champions League group, 8-1.

Celtic narrowly qualified for the last 16 thanks to a late equaliser for Rosenborg against Leipzig on Thursday and the Scottish champions are 66-1 to lift the trophy. The draw for the first knockout round takes place on Monday.

Match in Focus


Man City v Tottenham

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Man City have lost only once at home in the Premier League this season.
Expert verdict
Following their Champions League humdinger, Manchester City and Tottenham reconvene in the Premier League and the game is unlikely to be anywhere near as pulsating. With City not needing to press for early goals, they can play their usual free-flowing game and make it seven wins in nine matches against top-six opposition this season. Only one of those eight meetings so far have featured over 4.5 goals and punters should expect a narrow win for Pep Guardiola's side.



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