There are only three top-flight fixtures this Saturday but our Trueform ratings have highlighted a trio of Premier League value bets that will give us a near-50/1 pay-out if all are successful.
West Ham to win at Bournemouth @ 37/20
West Ham couldn’t halt Chelsea’s march towards the Premier League title on Monday night, but they have generally been in good form of late, losing only to Manchester City in their previous five matches and beating Crystal Palace, Middlesbrough and Southampton during that time.
Bournemouth achieved a well-deserved high rating for drawing at Manchester United, despite being reduced to 10 men for the second half, but it has to be said the Red Devils were guilty of missing a number of golden chances that day and the Cherries had previously lost four straight. West Ham won 3-1 here last season and we’re on them to leave with maximum points again.
Swansea to win at Hull @ 39/20
Swansea’s ratings are still up and down a bit, but Paul Clement has worked wonders to guide them to four victories in six matches, with triumphs over Liverpool, Southampton, Leicester and Burnley lifting the Welsh outfit out of the bottom three. The Swans were also far more convincing than the 3-2 scoreline suggests when beating the Clarets, with three shots hitting the woodwork.
Marco Silva also deserves plenty of credit for giving Hull hope of staying up after they looked down and out over Christmas. However, there were signs that the Tigers could be running out of steam in a 3-1 loss at Leicester and Swansea’s star men Fernando Llorente and Gylfi Sigurdsson can make the difference at KCOM Stadium.
West Brom to win at Everton @ 5/1
The Baggies suffered a major blip when losing at home to Crystal Palace last weekend but are worth another chance judged on some strong results before that. A five-match unbeaten run included three home wins and solid draws at Middlesbrough and West Ham, with Solomon Rondon providing a decent threat on the break and Albion always dangerous at set-pieces.
We’re not pretending this is an easy task, as Everton had also been going well prior to a 3-2 loss at Tottenham and they are seeking a fifth straight victory at Goodison Park. However, West Brom’s chart is still slightly more impressive and they have a fine record at this venue, winning 1-0 last year following a couple of goalless draws, so the big odds on offer are too tempting to resist.