Chelsea v Everton – (Thur 5:45am)Trouble is a word we can associate with both clubs in recent weeks – the only difference is that one of them has been able to fight through them while for the other they have just gotten bigger. Everton sacked manager Ronald Koeman and his staff following the 5-2 loss at home to Arsenal and things don’t look like improving any time soon. They have won just 2 of their last 13 matches and one of those was their last EFL Cup match at home to Sunderland. Chelsea may want to take a leaf out of Chelsea’s ‘dealing with adversity’ book. With Kante sidelined they continue to lose the midfield battle but have found a way to get results. They found a late equaliser against Roma and 2 goals in the final minutes in the match against Watford. Cheslea have won their last 3 against The Toffees with a combined scoreline of 10-0. The Wolf cannot see Everton making any impression.
Best: Chelsea WIN ($1.44)
Value: HT/FT – Chelsea/Chelsea ($2.05)
Tottenham v West Ham – (Thur 6:00am)Spurs are coming off their best performance but we cannot compare what we saw on the weekend with what we will see in this fixture. The main reason is due to the fact that Kane and Eriksen are likely to sit this one out – especially with a match against Man Utd to follow. Sissoko, Son and Llorente will line up for Spurs. As a result The Wolf isn’t expecting the same free flowing attack. Hammers manager Slaven Bilic has survived the guillotine for now and is set to make wholesale changes as he goes in search of a reaction. There will be no holding back and after their 5 goal thriller in the league just a few weeks ago The Wolf is expecting this one to make headlines.
Best: Both Teams To Score – YES ($1.61)
Value: Over 3.5 goals ($2.15)

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