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Matchday Betting Guide

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04:50 9th November 2012

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The Baggies head to Wigan on the back of Monday night's 2-0 victory over and Bet Butler make them 23/10 to take maximum points at Wigan.

Steve Clarke’s men are looking for their first away win of the season, despite finding the net in each of their four road trips and, with 80 per cent of games at the DW Stadium featuring three or more, it may be worth backing a 2-2 draw at 14/1. However, a 3-2 Albion success would make £340 from a £10 stake.

Tottenham return to Manchester on Sunday for the first time since their 3-2 victory over United in September. Andre Villas-Boas’ side are 5/1 to overcome champions City this time around and have a knack for free-scoring thrillers, with all of their meetings with last season’s top five seeing at least three goals. This season’s clashes with Chelsea and Man United continued the trend and four or more strikes pays 17/10 with Bet Butler, while 3-2 City would make £260 from £10!

Liverpool will be tasked with raising their game for a trip to highflying Chelsea at 4pm, but then they have triumphed in five of the last six meetings between the pair. They are priced at 3/1 to repeat the trick at Stamford Bridge, with their hosts given an even money shot of getting their title challenge back on track. The Blues have scored in every home game so far, winning four of their five fixtures at Goodison Park, while backing in-form Juan Mata to score first would return 17/2 on your money.

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