Manchester City can bounce back following the shock of dropping two points last week against Burnley when they entertain Leicester City on Saturday evening.
Pep Guardiola’s team should be refreshed after enjoying a rare midweek off and can replicate the 2-0 win they enjoyed at the King Power Stadium in November, available at 7/1.
Riyad Mahrez will not feature for the Foxes after refusing to train since his transfer-deadline day switch to the Premier League leaders failed to materialise.
Raheem Sterling, who has been pilloried for his miss against the Clarets last weekend, is 9/2 to score the first goal against Claude Puel’s team, who have only picked up one point in their last four away games.
The north London derby is a difficult match to predict following Arsenal’s transfer dealings in January but Tottenham may just have the edge against the Gunners and are 29/10 to win the match by one goal.
Despite having to play all their home matches at Wembley this season, Spurs have only lost one of their 13 Premier League fixtures at the venue while the Gunners have enjoyed just three away triumphs this term.
Sam Allardyce will surely make wholesale changes to the Everton side that performed so appallingly in last Saturday’s 5-1 capitulation at Arsenal and it may be worth looking at odds of 6/4 on the Toffees keeping a rare clean sheet against injury-ravaged Crystal Palace.
The pressure is off Brighton, at least for a week, after their fine 3-1 victory against West Ham eased their relegation concerns so Stoke City are good value at 6/5 to beat the Seagulls, who have only scored six times in 13 away matches this term. A 2-0 victory for the Potters can be backed at 35/4.
Swansea City, full of confidence after scoring eight goals against Notts County in midweek, can extend Burnley’s winless run to 10 games by beating the Clarets at the Liberty Stadium at 29/20, while West Ham are available at 43/20 to keep a clean sheet against Watford.
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