The 2016-17 Premier League season is building towards a crescendo and here we are offering our Top 3 tips for each round of top-flight fixtures. This is what we are backing on the weekend of March 18-19…
It's proving to be another fantastic Premier League campaign with plenty of twists and turns still to come, and this week there are some very appealing wagers to be had before heading into the international break.
We think we have picked out a trio that have a terrific chance of enhancing our good record with this feature – can we get all three right and land the elusive treble?
Enjoy the action and happy betting!
1) Arsenal to win away to West Bromwich Albion and under 4.5 goals in the match @ 11/10 with Betfair Sportsbook (12:30 GMT Saturday kick-off)
There are definite signs that West Brom may have again done what they did last season by knocking off early for the summer, having lost their latest two matches to nil after reaching a point where they are completely safe from relegation.
Any lack of hunger could be ruthlessly exposed by Arsenal, who have plenty of work to do if they are to be playing Champions League football again next season.
2) Leicester City to win away to West Ham United @ 12/5 with Betfair Sportsbook (15:00 GMT Saturday kick-off)
For much of the season, Leicester’s odds in the Match Result market have looked too short but for once there is real value about them as they visit the London Stadium.
The outgoing champions appear completely revitalised under interim manager Craig Shakespeare, who has won all three matches for which he has been in charge and taken the Foxes into the quarter-finals of the Champions League, and they are worth a chance to show they can also do the business away from home.
Leicester City players celebrate a Champions League goal (Getty Images) 3) Bournemouth to draw at home to Swansea City @ 27/10 with BetStars (17:30 GMT Saturday kick-off)
Although Bournemouth returned to winning ways against West Ham last Saturday, they could find things tougher against a Swansea side who are greatly improved under Paul Clement.
The Welsh club admittedly lost at Hull last week, but previously had won four out of six and look worth backing to gain a point even though they have not been involved in a stalemate since November.