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Undone by a last-minute Tottenham winner, last weekend was one to forget as our net profit on the season dipped to $1,735.
Can you say bounce back?
|Chelsea (-143)||Draw (+300)||Tottenham (+360)|
|Burnley (+115)||Draw (+230)||Bournemouth (+260)|
|Crystal Palace (-110)||Draw (+230)||Newcastle (+350)|
|Sheffield United (-105)||Draw (+240)||Brighton (+320)|
|Southampton (-163)||Draw (+333)||Aston Villa (+400)|
|Leicester (+333)||Draw (+320)||Manchester City (-138)|
|Manchester United (-175)||Draw (+300)||Watford (+500)|
|Wolverhampton (-200)||Draw (+320)||Norwich (+600)|
|Arsenal (+100)||Draw (+260)||Everton (+270)|
|Liverpool (-600)||Draw (+700)||West Ham (+1400)|
Jose Mourinho said if he can get Tottenham to finish top four it would be one of his greatest managerial achievements. Injuries have ravaged Spurs' attack ahead of Mourinho's return to Stamford Bridge, but I'd expect him to get a response out of his side after Wednesday's miserable display in the Champions League.
Steven Bergwijn is a delightful talent, and I don't think we've yet seen the best of Giovani Lo Celso, so it's not all doom and gloom for Spurs. They're still in good form in the league, while Chelsea have been putrid, winning just once from their last five league matches at Stamford Bridge. Tottenham's attack should also be helped by the fact the Blues have been miserable in defense, and could have one eye on Tuesday's visit from Bayern Munich.
Pick: Draw (+300)
I've been so impressed with Burnley of late and how they've recovered from a miserable run of seven defeats from nine league games between the end of November and start of January. It hardly comes as much of a surprise though, as Sean Dyche is one of the best at getting a reaction from his side. The Clarets have taken 10 of their last possible 12 points, including outstanding wins over Leicester City, Manchester United, and Southampton.
Bournemouth are starting to play a bit better, but still haven't found a way to pick up their form away from the Vitality Stadium and I can't see this match ending in anything other than a Burnley win. It's not going to be a pleasant return to Turf Moor for Eddie Howe, who has lost three in a row to the Clarets and suffered a 4-0 defeat in this fixture last season.
Pick: Burnley (+115)
If there's one complaint to be had regarding Sheffield United this season, it's that their home form has left a little something to be desired. The Blades were victorious in their last match at Bramall Lane by virtue of a late goal against Bournemouth, but it's going to be tough for them here against a Brighton side that's growing a bit desperate.
Graham Potter is an excellent manager, so you would have to imagine this winter break did the Seagulls some good. Expect an important response from them on Saturday ahead of a crucial run of fixtures as they aim to stave off relegation.
Pick: Draw (+240)
Mikel Arteta was appointed as Arsenal manager at the same time Carlo Ancelotti took over at Everton. The Toffees have taken 17 of a possible 24 points since then, while the Gunners have claimed 11. Everton have undoubtedly been playing some excellent football, but only one of those eight matches came against a team in the top half of the table, and it happened to be their only defeat. Conversely, four of Arsenal's eight have come against sides in the top seven.
Gunners fans might have a difficult time seeing the forest through the trees right now, but they have made progress under Arteta. They looked like a well-oiled machine against Newcastle last weekend, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang playing in his first game back at the Emirates after serving his suspension. I think they pick up where they left off on Sunday, as Everton lose an eighth consecutive match at the Emirates.
Pick: Arsenal (+100)
Alex Moretto is a sports betting writer for theScore. A journalism graduate from Guelph-Humber University, he has worked in sports media for over a decade. He will bet on anything from the Super Bowl to amateur soccer, is too impatient for futures, and will never trust a kicker. Find him on Twitter @alexjmoretto.