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Price-boosted Chelsea to lead in our famous five-fold

| 18.04.2014

Chelsea need a win at home to Sunderland to keep pace with leaders Liverpool at the top of the Premier League, and Ladbrokes have boosted the price on the Blues bagging all three points from 1/5 to 1/3 when selected in a five-fold or more.

Here’s four more picks likely to land alongside Jose Mourinho’s men and bring home a tidy 9/1 acca:

Liverpool to beat Norwich @ 2/5

The Reds look seriously underpriced to win at Carrow Road, considering they’ve beaten Norwich by a combined score of 15-3 in the three matches since boss Brendan Rodgers took over at Anfield.

It must also be taken into account that Liverpool can make it 11 Premier League victories on the spin in East Anglia. Punt accordingly.

Arsenal to beat Hull @ 4/5

The Gunners were handed a massive top-four lifeline by Crystal Palace when Tony Pulis’ side won 3-2 at Goodison Park, and they’re unlikely to cede the initiative back to Everton at the KC Stadium.

Hull have failed to win any of their last seven home games against the current top ten, losing five of those clashes.

Everton to beat Manchester United @ 6/4

Prior to the loss against Palace, the Toffees were in phenomenal form, having won their seven previous Premier League games and nine in a row at home in all competitions.

United may have won their last five in the league on the road, but the soon-to-be-deposed champions have nothing left to play for and Roberto Martinez has the added incentive – as if it were needed – of a double over predecessor David Moyes in his first term on Merseyside.

Manchester City to beat West Brom @ 2/9

Manuel Pellegrini’s men would be a markedly shorter price to beat the Baggies at home had they managed the same against Sunderland last time out, with the Black Cats’ 2-2 draw ensuring they become only the second team to avoid defeat in the Premier League at the Etihad this term.

That result may have mortally wounded City’s title tilt, but against a West Brom side that’s lost four of their last six on the road, Pellegrini’s side can reclaim their position as joint-best home team in the top flight with a win.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Alex Fortune