Kane to score first v Bournemouth is the same price as a Man United win over Liverpool. Both look good.
Peter Crouch has 22 goals in 42 England games, scored on his last appearance, and is still bagging.
These players have plenty of caps between them, but are not even in contention for a call-up. Poor Ashley Young.
So far, the 2017/18 Premier League season has been a campaign of headed goals. We wonder why.
The Premier League's big six, Everton, West Ham and Leicester want a change in TV revenue distribution.
These 40 players probably saw Harry Winks get a call-up and thought: "That could be me." Some would be right.
Cheeky Punt is backing wins for Manchester United, Tottenham, Liverpool, Leicester and Chelsea.
Chelsea could maybe have done with a centre-half as good as Kurt Zouma in the squad, but he needs minutes.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes is facing the prospect of heading into Saturday's Premier League clash against champions Chelsea with only one senior centre-back available.
Also get on wins for Burnley, Chelsea, Everton, Manchester City and Newcastle. Degsy knows, people.
Olivier Giroud is the obvious place to start, but what of the other 19 Premier League clubs?
This list includes a player signed this summer who wasn't named in his club's 25-man squad. Weird.
Stoke manager Mark Hughes intends to name a strong line-up against Bristol City in the Carabao Cup.
You can also stick your money on Manchester United to win, and BTTS at Liverpool v Burnley.
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