Premier League Treble: Plenty of goals at Stamford Bridge
With some heavy favourites looking set to win, Paul Robinson has added an extra element to two of his three picks in this week's Premier League Treble. Here are his selections:
More entertainment at Stamford Bridge
Bet 1: Back Chelsea & BTTS @ 7/5
The Blues are a short price to beat West Ham at the Bridge this afternoon, but they are odds-against to win with both teams scoring.
It's not a hidden secret that Chelsea are a lot more open under Frank Lampard, and that has led to them conceding 19 goals across their 13 fixtures to date - no other team in the top 13 have a worse record.
The Hammers are in the midst of a miserable run, and Manuel Pellegrini, is a man under pressure. They have taken just two points from a possible 21, and three of their five defeats saw them lose while scoring.
Clarets to make it win number three
Bet 2: Back Burnley @ 5/4
Burnley are back in form thanks to a pair of 3-0 wins - one here against West Ham, and the other at Vicarage Road last weekend.
The team standing in the way of a third straight success today is Crystal Palace, but the visitors are in terrible form.
The Eagles have lost their last three, and it's just one point from their last five matches. They actually haven't been playing too badly, but Roy Hodgson's side usually reserve their best for the top teams, and that could play against them at Turf Moor.
Clean sheets to remain elusive for Liverpool
Bet 3: Back Liverpool & BTTS @ 7/4
The Reds are top of the table with 12 wins from 13 matches, and just two points dropped all season. They have won every single league fixture at Anfield, and haven't been beaten since their trip to the Etihad on January 3rd.
That being said, they aren't keeping clean sheets this term, and all six of their home wins have seen them concede a goal to their opponents.
Brighton have lost their last two, but they are playing some expansive football under Graham Potter, and their last two defeats away from the Amex were 2-1 and 3-1.
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