15th June 2021



23rd November 2018

In the week it was announced Bet365's Denise Coates is the highest paid woman in the world, layers will be hoping to get some back. there are a ruck of short priced favourites in the Prem and if they oblige the bookies could lose plenty.

The lack of draws relatively has alreday made this a bad start for the layers in the top flight with most companies reporting losing weekends.

Liverpool, 8/15 (at Watford), Man United 2/5 (home to Palace), Everton 4/9 (home to Cardiff), Wolves 1/2 (home to Huddersfield), and man City 1/4 (away at west Ham) will be on many accas.

Jurgen Klopp has confirmed Adam Lallana is set to miss Saturday’s trip to Watford with a minor injury issue,though Jordan Henderson is fit to play.

The playmaker will not travel to Vicarage Road due to the slight knock as Liverpool aim to maintain their unbeaten start to the Premier League season.

Henderson, however, is available after returning to Melwood early from international duty with England after a hamstring complaint.

Klopp told his pre-match press conference on Friday afternoon: “[Jordan] is ready to play, that is all.

“In the moment it looks like we have pretty much a full squad – [although] there are the long-term injuries, of course.

Liverpool have  mixed record here, winning last term but that followed a draw and a defeat. Not any easy game and the draw at 7/2 is appealing.

Cardiff City fans won't be please to hear that everton will have two key players fit.

Everton manager Marco Silva has confirmed midfielders Gylfi Sigurdsson and Andre Gomes are fit to face Cardiff on Saturday.

Sigurdsson did not even travel to join up with Iceland over the international break because of an ankle problem while Gomes joined up with the Portugal squad but was sent home after it was decided he was not fit enough.

“We had some worries during the week about Gylfi but he’s OK and that’s good,” said Silva. “Gylfi and Gomes are OK. They are available for selection this weekend.”

Everton look a banker at 4/9 and we's rather take that than the 2/5 about Man United who face a returning Palace star.

Palace will welcome Wilfried Zaha back to their squad for the trip to Manchester United. Zaha missed Palace’s last game with Tottenham before the international break due to a hamstring injury but has now recovered, as has James Tomkins (knee). Mamadou Sakho has shaken off a knock he picked up on international duty, but Christian Benteke, Connor Wickham, Joel Ward and Scott Dann are all out.

United continue to stutter and this could be a low scorer.