Manchester City Win But By How Many?
The second worst team are playing the second best team in the Premier League based on league standings. Fulham have conceded 70 goals this season which is 11 more than anyone else. Manchester City have scored 79 goals which is nine more than anyone else. There can be only one possible outcome of today’s match at Craven Cottage which is a win for Manchester City which would take them back to the top of the table. If they drop points Liverpool will be a happy camp.
The question is by how many goals and the handicap suggests it should be by more than three. Fulham have lost all their fixtures against the big six this season but City do not rack up cricket scores away from home. It would be stupid to oppose the favourites but backing FULHAM +3 at 20/23 with Ladbrokes is the way to go.
Everton have been like chalk and cheese this season and nobody knows which version will be turn up to play West Ham at the London Stadium today. A glance at the current standings indicates that this is a mid-table fixture because the home team are in 9th two places and two points ahead of the visitors from the north west of England.
Everton are inconsistent and have a poor away record while West Ham are in decent form at the old Olympic Stadium. West Ham won the reverse fixture at Goodison park and in Declan Rice potentially they will have the best player on the pitch. In 28 Premier League matches West Ham are unbeaten when they score so WEST HAM AND BTTS is the best bet at 7/2 with Betfair.
It’s the start of the turf Flat season at Doncaster and the Lincoln Handicap is the feature race. Graham Lee rides Breden which means he could become the first jockey to win both legs of the spring double. He rode Amberleigh House to victory in the 2004 Grand National and then starting riding on the Flat. It would be a great story if his ride won today but the safer option is to back the potential Group horse running in a handicap. AUXERRE owned by Godolphin is unexposed and can win the Lincoln at 4/1 with Ladbrokes.