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Newcastle v Everton: Richarlison to score, over 2.5 goals, 6+ corners each team and Under 60 match booking points

Frank Lampard's 4-1 win over Brentford was the near-perfect start to his Everton career and he now travels to face a team of a similar calibre and a fellow relegation fighter, Newcastle United. It is a game that is also set to see the start of Dele Alli in Everton colours, while we may also see the face of Donny van de Beek in the Premier League too.

Richarlison has just the five goals this season, but given how this has come across only 14 games, it's not a bad turnover. Now, however, with the likes of Alli and van de Beek operating behind him, these goals could seriously start to ramp up.

At the same time, 10 of Everton's last 14 games have seen over 2.5 goals and although this is set to be a feisty encounter, we're backing under 60 match booking points too in the high odds of 33/1.

High Odds: Newcastle v Everton

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Richarlison to score, over 2.5 goals, 6+ corners each team & Under 60 match booking points @ 33/1

Burnley v United: Ronaldo & Rashford 1+ shots on target each

Manchester United were knocked out of the FA Cup last weekend to Middlesbrough in what was one of the most bizarre games you'll likely witness. Cristiano Ronaldo missed a penalty amongst other chances, Bruno Fernandes missed open goals, while the club in total had 30 shots and dominated the game only to lose on penalties following an outrageously controversial Boro equaliser.

It wasn't a bad display from United and all that was missing - albeit, a big one - was the chances being tucked home. Shots on target still came and chances were created throughout the 120 minutes of action, but because we can't trust whether or not United will actually get the job done, we're backing Ronaldo and Marcus Rashford to get a shot on target once more.

Rashford has scored in his past two league games and with the chaos on and off the pitch, the winger has seemingly started to ignite his season a bit. At the same time, it's rare Ronaldo won't have a shot on target and little justification is needed here as to why we're backing him to have one, as he had a further three against Boro and will likely still be on penalties.

Low Odds: Burnley v United

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Ronaldo & Rashford 1+ shots on target each @ 5/6

West Ham v Watford Watford to win, have the corners in each half and most shots on target in each half

West Ham United will play hosts to Watford for what is set to be Roy Hodgson's second game in charge of the Hornets and for this one, we're going for the almighty 500/1 odds for his men to have a lot more success in the game than the Hammers.

In Hodgson's first game in charge, the club drew 0-0 with Burnley in what was in the end, a very typical 0-0 from two sides fighting relegation. That day too, however, West Ham needed to pull out everything to squeeze past non-league Kidderminster Harriers, as a goal in stoppage time allowed for extra time from Declan Rice, while Jarrod Bowen did the same in the 121st minute.

A lot of people are backing Hodgson to be the difference between them staying up and going back down and we tend to agree given what he has done for the past 40 years in management. It is an almighty punt this one, but for Watford to get the win, have the most corners in each half and the most shots on target in each half is 500/1, and we're all for it.

High Odds: West Ham v Watford

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Watford to win, Watford most corners in each half and Watford most shots on target in each half @ 500/1

Manchester City v Brentford: City to win and Over 3.5 Goals in match

As the out-of-form Brentford travel to the Etihad, it could well be a case of how many goals are scored for Manchester City, rather than if they can get the win with the Bees hitting their worst stint of form since moving into the Premier League.

Just five weeks ago, Brentford played host to City and lost 1-0, but the club have since gone on to let in 18 goals in six games, including a damning 4-1 loss to Everton in the FA Cup over the weekend, just as City beat a team of a similar calibre, Fulham, by the same scoreline.

Prior to the last meeting with Thomas Frank's men, Pep Guardiola's side also scored an extraordinary 17 goals in three games and following the win over Fulham at the weekend at the Etihad, City will be well up to deliver another beating to a team like Brentford.

Low odds: City v Brentford

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Manchester City and Over 3.5 Goals in match @ 1/1