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West Ham will fancy themselves against Man United

West Ham will fancy themselves against Man United


West Ham vs. Man United – West Ham vs. Man United, Draw and BTTS – 33/1

Another game I’m really looking forward to this weekend. West Ham have just turned the corner in the last week or so, getting that win at Everton and the draw with Chelsea. And they’ll fancy it against a very inconsistent Man United side.

Pogba and Mourinho need to put whatever differences they’ve got to one side and focus on getting results on the pitch, because that’s what Manchester United are all about. It needs to be about the football. If Lukaku’s firing on all cylinders, they’ll definitely find the net but the way they are playing at the moment you can’t back United to win with any real certainty. So it’s a score draw for me.

Chelsea vs. Liverpool – Chelsea vs. Liverpool, Draw – 13/5

A massive game between two sides who met in the Carabao Cup during the week. Chelsea won that one, but obviously the bigger prize for both these teams is the Premier League and European success.

It’ll be interesting to see how David Luiz and Rudiger handle that Liverpool front three. I think Klopp will go to the Bridge with the same mentality that they did going to Tottenham. But it’s never an easy place to get a result and with Hazard in the side, Chelsea will always be dangerous. So I’m going to sit on the fence a bit with this one and go for a draw.

2018 Ryder Cup – Outright winner – USA 5/6

It’s such a tight one, really hard to call and that’s obviously reflected in the odds. Home advantage has been a big factor in the past and any European fans will be hoping the Paris course suits Thomas Bjorn’s men better.

Unfortunately I’ve got a funny feeling the Americans might win this one. I’d obviously love Europe to do it, but with Tiger Woods coming in off the back of his win, he’ll be full of confidence. And with the rest of the stellar names they have in their team, they might just edge it.

Top European Points scorer – Justin Rose – 9/2

Justin Rose is coming into this off the back of a brilliant Fedex win. He’s such a consistent player and has performed well in the Ryder Cup before. Ian Poulter is another who, with his record, is always one to look at, but I’m going to go with Rose.

Top US Points scorer – Justin Thomas – 21/4

Thomas is a player that, like Rose, is ultra consistent. Always in and around the top 10 on the leader board, he’s had a brilliant season. A lot of people will be looking at Koepka who’s won two majors, but Thomas provides some decent value in the betting.


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