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Sunday Premier League Tips

Our snapshot previews of both of the televised Premier League fixtures on Sunday on Sky Sports 1, featuring games at Goodison Park and then St Mary’s Stadium.

Everton v West Ham

sky_sports_hd1 Sunday 30th October / 1.30pm

West HamDouble Chance21/20Bet365
Michail AntonioAnytime Goalscorer7/2Betfred
Romelu Lukaku (ew)First Goalscorer7/2Bet365

No side has conceded more league goals this season than the Hammers (17), but Slaven Bilic has tightened things up of late with consecutive clean sheets (both 1-0).

Everton have yet to lose at Goodison Park in the league this season (W2, D2) and are best price 5/6 with William Hill to win, with West Ham available at 15/4 with Bet365.

But the Blues have not kept a clean sheet in any of those four games and West Ham won the corresponding fixture last season 3-2 (having been 2-0 down after 77 mins).

After starting the season so well, Ronald Koeman’s side have also now gone five games without a win, including a 0-2 loss here to Norwich in the EFL Cup last week.

On balance, we suggest backing the visitors on the ‘Double Chance’ market at best odds of 21/20 with Bet365, whereby you’ll collect if West Ham either win or draw.

Michail Antonio has scored 5 goals in 9 league games this season and scored here last season, so it’s a surprise to see him available at 7/2 with Betfred to score again.

Romelu Lukaku has scored 6 goals in his last 6 league games – and also 6 goals in his last 6 games against West Ham – he simply has to be backed at 7/2 to score first.

Southampton v Chelsea

sky_sports_hd1 Sunday 30th October / 4pm

SouthamptonMatch Result & Both Teams To Score5/1Bet365
1-1Correct Score11/2Bet365
Nathan RedmondAnytime Goalscorer7/2Paddy Power
Eden HazardAnytime Goalscorer11/5Bet365

The visitors are 7/5 favourites (generally) to win at St Mary’s, and that looks plenty short enough against a Southampton side that are in excellent form of late.

The Saints have won 3 of their last 5 league games, with the other two away draws at champions Leicester and then Manchester City, so we like their odds of 11/5 here.

Southampton have only lost one league game here in 2016 (W9, D3), albeit that was a 2-1 defeat to Chelsea in February with an 89th minute Branislav Ivanovic winner.

Despite that strong home record, Southampton have only kept 1 clean sheet in their last 10 games here, and Chelsea have only kept 2 clean sheets in their last 11 away.

So, our second suggestion is to back ‘Southampton to win and both teams to score’ at 5/1 with Bet365, with a saver on the 1-1 draw at 11/2 (money back if ends 0-0).

Nathan Redmond and Eden Hazard have both scored in consecutive games for their respective sides and we recommend backing each of them to make it three in a row.