Starting with the low odds on the Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur game where expect Harry Kane to continue his decent form under Antonio Conte as the Italian travels to Stamford Bridge for the first time since leaving his former club back in 2018.
It's been a troubling season for Kane, but in reality, it's been a club issue and their main man has just been a product of the environment around him. Now, with Conte continuing his unbeaten start on the domestic front with a late winner against Watford, it's now nine games unbeaten in England since his return to the Premier League.
Kane has scored three times in this time, and also had a further goal brutally disallowed following a controversial VAR call. Although this is far from what is expected of him, it's a great increase on his record under Nuno Espirito Santo and as long as those around him work to his strengths, the England captain has shown his finishing ability is still there.
Kane also has six goals in 13 appearances against Chelsea, and very few currently in England boast a better ratio. Two of these have also come in three EFL Cup games, and we predict he'll make that record three in four on Wednesday as Conte looks to get one over on his former club.