We are back on Super Saturday for another round of club football, frisking the fixtures for good opportunities to make profit.
Everton come into this game after not losing for over a month, including just 3 losses for the entire season against Man City, Man U and Arsenal. Everton have got their goal scoring boots on in full flow as they have now become the 3rd highest scorers in the Premier League behind Leicester and Manchester City. Everton have relied on the likes of Lukaku who is the second highest scorer in the Premier league with 11 goals. He has been ably supported by the 4 players behind him in Barkley (6 goals, 5 assists), Kone (5 goals, 4 assists), Naismith (3 goals) & Duelofeu (2 goals, 6 assists). Everton will be coming into this game into full food knowing that a good win can move them to 6th place temporarily and might stay there if results go their way.
Norwich on the other hand have been struggling having just picked up 1 victory in their last 9 outings. The only game that Norwich have been able to win in recent times was against a struggling Swansea City, who have been soo bad that their manager got sacked this past week. Norwich have showed to fair better at home, with 2 out of their 3 wins this season coming at home. Norwich have shown to put a better fight at home with their lat match resulting in a 1-1 draw against Arsenal, and they should take confidence going into this game in front of their home fans.
Everton now are on a roll, and I believe that the high level they are playing with, should help them continue to do so and leak out a victory; but their issue is only if they keep a clean sheet or not. For all these reasons, I back Everton on the DRAW NO BET market.
England Premier League
Leverkusen v Monchengladbach – Over 2.5 goals @ 1.67 (888Sport) – 3 points
Leverkusen v Monchengladbach – Hernandez Anytime Scorer @ 2.33 (888Sport) – 2 points
Leverkusen come into this game after a solid 1-1 draw against the Barcelona Reserves side + Messi last time around; and will get a little confidence especially coming into this game. Leverkusen have surprisingly relied on Manchester United outcast Javier Hernandez in order for them to deliver the goods in their few outings so far.
Hernandez has already knocked in 12 goals in his last 11 appearances. Leverkusen have scored in each game they have played since 20th October, when they were held to a 0-0 draw against Hamburg. He has scored in 5 out of the last 6 games in the Bundesliga only being kept out by Schalke. Hernandez is a typical centre forward who relies on some good services from his colleagues in Calhonglu, Bellarabi, Kramer and Mehmedi. He has also managed a lot of tap in goals from key positions; and will look to continue his tally against Monchengladbach who have been poor defensively.
While Gladbach managed to surprise Bayern Munich last time around to their first loss of the season; but then game crashing down to earth in their last outing against Man City, where they lead 2-1 and eventually lost 4-2. Gladbach have conceded 23 goals in 15 games, which is around 1.5 goals per game; which is the 5th leakiest defence in the Bundesliga. Gladbach however have been good on offence scoring 31 goals in 15 games, which is an average of 2 per game.
Hernandez will look to continue his great form and manage to net once more in this encounter against a struggling Gladbach defence.