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Everton vs Liverpool: After the International break, the English Premier League will be returning this weekend. We are so excited for great matches happening and our sportsbook is ready to provide its thoughts on best betting actions.

On Sunday afternoon, the first game that we are looking forward is Everton vs Liverpool at Goodison Park. It seems the Everton would be pretty confident as they will be playing at their home. They have won the season during their earlier matchup with Liverpool and they were beaten. We strongly believe that Liverpool may not come out with a win in this game. But, this game could end up with either draw or “Everton’s Victory”. We are putting our money on over 2.5 goals in this fixture at odds of 2.11.

Aston Villa vs Chelsea: There is another big matchup before the matchup of Everton vs Liverpool. That’s Aston Villa v Chelsea at Villa Park. Well, this game could be easy for Chelsea as they beat Villa (7-1) in the end of the season. Also, Chelsea has won six of their seven matches in this season. Nevertheless, they have won only one match among the last ten matches. We are putting our money on over 2.5 goals at 1.78.

The final game that we are looking is: Manchester United vs West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford. Man United have been facing many hurdles this season and they are on their way to find their success. Their star striker, Wayne Rooney is going through a goal drought.

In spite of these things, they made their victory in all their games at home. Interesting thing is that they scored their goals in each game. West Brom is expecting some good things as United are currently facing few problems. Since 1984, Brom have defeated United and we hope that the things will move in the same way for upcoming match. We are putting our money on home win at 1.15.
Good luck and enjoy football betting on these games.

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