Seeley’s Selections – Saturday’s Live TV Games
Liverpool v Everton
Saturday is Derby Day at Boylesports HQ with the day’s two live Premier League matches the local derbies from Anfield and The Emirates.
Liverpool v Everton, 12.45pm, BT Sport 1
First up on BT Sport at 12.45pm is the Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton at Anfield.
The Reds’ have had local bragging rights in recent years in this fixture where they are unbeaten in the last 16 clashes with the blue half of the city, Everton’s last win was way back in 1999.
Brendan Rogers’ men will be very popular here with Boylesports punters at 20/23, but could you really take the odds on about a team that has lost 3-1 against West Ham in their last Premier League appearance and 1-0 at home to the mighty Aston Villa in their Premier League home match?
Everton are 10/3 to end their unwanted record across Stanley Park, but Roberto Martinez’ side are leaking goals for fun, the usual watertight defence has already conceded a staggering 17 goals this season and neutrals will be all over the both teams to score market at 4/7 in their BTTS accumulators.
Last season 10 goals where scored in the two meetings between the pair and a 2-2 draw makes appeal to me at 11/1 or if you prefer take the 14/5 on the draw.
Don’t forget that Boylesports will DOUBLE YOUR ODDS on first goalscorer bets if you man scores inside the first 20 minutes, with goals expected and early, this could be a great game to take advantage of that great offer.
Romelu Lukaku has netted inside the first 20 minutes in twice already this season and at 6/1 he will prove very popular against a leaky Liverpool defence that has conceded in all bar one game this campaign.
Seeley’s Selection: Draw @ 14/5
Arsenal v Tottenham, 5.30pm, Sky Sports 1
The Sky Sports live 5.30pm kick-off is the North London Derby between Arsenal and Tottenham at the Emirates.
Unlike the early live kick-off, I can’t see many goals here and I think this could be pretty straight forward for the Gunners who look very tempting at 8/11 with Boylesports.
The Wenger Boys are unbeaten in the Premier League so fat this season and shouldn’t have any problems against a Tottenham side who are finding it very hard to score goals at the moment.
Spurs are 4/1 best-price to get maximum points here for the first time since 1993 (25 matches), I can’t see it happening.
The two met three times last season and Arsenal won the lot to ‘nil’ and that is the best way to play this one at a very juicy 2/1 with Boylesports.
If those odds don’t tempt you then maybe a small interest in a 2-0 home win which is available at a much nicer 15/2 will do the trick..
The DOUBLE YOUR ODDS first goalscorer offer applies at the Emirates to and this season only Tottenham have managed to grab an opener inside the opening 20 minutes which was scored by misfit midfielder Nacir Chadli and the Belgium international is 10/1 to open the scoring at the Emirates.
For my idea of a goalscorer look no further that German World Cup winner Mesut Ozil at 7/1, he’s a streaky player and with a goal last week against Aston Villa he’s like the 213 bus, I expect another one to come along very quickly.
Seeley’s Selection: Arsenal To Win To Nil @ 2/1