FHM's betting expert Kevin Loman picks a few bets for this weekend that are juicier than a rib-eye steak on a hot day. After we cleaned up at the World Cup Qualifiers, you'd be silly not to... 


Newcastle v Liverpool

This is a fixture that’s always full of goals – in fact only Arsenal v Spurs has produced more goals in Premier League history. The majority of those goals have been scored by Liverpool, winning 10 of their last 14 Premier League games against Newcastle.

Steven Gerrard has 99 Premier League goals and is searching for his century. Plus, with the exception of Villa, he has scored the most (seven) against Newcastle.
Gerrard to score anytime @ 11/4 (that’s potentially a £68.75 profit on a free £25 bet)

Place your bet here.

Stoke v West Brom

Stoke have impressively kept a clean sheet in six of their past eight Premier League games against West Brom. Games between these sides are usually tight affairs with just 13 goals being registered in those eight games.

Stoke are struggling to find the net this year with only four goals to their name all season, so it’s unlikely they'll romp away to a comfortable victory.
Stoke win 1-0 @ 6/1 (that’s potentially a £150 profit on a free £25 bet)

Place your bet here.

Swansea v Sunderland

Sunderland have kept a clean sheet in three of their last four Premier League games against Swansea. New Sunderland gaffer Gus Poyet loves a tight defence as well, with his Brighton side having the best defensive record in the Championship last season.

With the defence at its tightest and everyone looking to impress the new boss, an away win is surely on the cards…
Sunderland win @ 5/1 (that’s potentially a £125 profit on a free £25 bet)

Place your bet here.

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