Andrew Hughes thinks Liverpool will strike an important blow in the Premier League title race on Saturday in another weekend multiple
Bet 1: Back Liverpool to beat Arsenal at 2.00
Arsenal's strong run that has seen them win seven in eight has surprised some pundits, but the Gunners' squad was always better than it seemed in the closing stages of the Arsene Wenger regime, and Unai Emery, who is used to operating in a demanding environment, is clearly not interested in transition or consolidation.
It is unfortunate then, that his Arsenal team are missing key players for this fascinating game. As Alex Keble points out in his Tactical Preview, Arsenal are enduring a mini-injury crisis. Liverpool have not always been fluent this season, but Mohammed Salah and co will relish the opportunity to exploit the weaker Gunners line-up, particularly if Emery is forced to field Granit Xhaka at left back again.
There has been an astonishing average of 5.4 goals per game between these two sides in their last five meetings, but Liverpool have tended to come out on top and that looks like the safest bet again this weekend.
Bet 2: Back South Africa to beat England at 2.38
England take on South Africa in their first Autumn International in a significantly weakened state, missing a number of key players, particularly in the pack, and as Simon Mail explains, the Springboks are not to be underestimated.
While Eddie Jones' side have run out of steam in 2018, under Rassie Erasmus, South Africa are on the up, finishing second in the Rugby Championship and coming close to pulling off a famous double over the All Blacks in the process.
The tourists are missing some first choice players of their own, but they will have nothing to fear at a venue where they have won five of their last six, and against an England team that is low on confidence. Back the visitors for the win.
Bet 3: Back Washington to beat Oklahoma at 1.75
Washington Wizards have just completed a rough five-game road trip, which saw them lose four times, but with three days' rest they should be a tougher prospect on their home patch and I'm backing them to edge out Oklahoma.
The Thunder will be playing their third game in four days and that is bound to take its toll, particularly on the veteran Russell Westbrook, who has been leading from the front since his return from injury. Even with Westbrook on form, they have struggled to get their offence going this season, and although Washington are no world-beaters, they should be able to grind out a win here.
Total Odds for this multiple: [8.33] Remember, multiple prices are based on our Sportsbook product, so any winnings are exempt from commission.