DANNY HIGGINBOTHAM landed us some anytime cash last week when Paul Pogba scored for Man United.
And now The Analyst is back with more searing insight.
Here, the former Stoke star picks out his selection for the third week of Premier League fixtures.
Danny Higginbotham is Sun Bets’ chief tactician
Bournemouth v Man City betting preview: Gabriel Jesus to score first, 16/5
GABRIEL JESUS is yet to burst until life this year – but I’m certain he will get off the mark against Bournemouth.
And this is how.
As my graphic shows, the way City set up, with their narrow central three, will give them an extra man in midfield at the Vitality.
Jesus just loves buzzing around behind Sergio Aguero and with the extra space he will be looking to run on to balls from City’s archers in the middle.
And luckily for him, there are few better men to pick the lock for him than Kevin de Bruyne, David Silva and Bernardo Silva.
I really fancy the Brazilian to score first.
ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP: Gabriel Jesus to score first, 16/5
Eric Bailly bundles home from a United set piece last week
Man United v Leicester betting preview: United to score from a corner, 3/1
PAUL POGBA won us some anytime cash last week and I fancy United to give us another winner against Leicester.
The Foxes are without Robert Huth and Wes Morgan missed their League Cup win.
And while United’s pace and power give them the edge in open play it is from corners that I really fancy them on Saturday.
Just look at who comes steaming into the box. Lukaku, Pogba, Bailly, Jones and possibly Fellaini.
Any defence in the country would struggle against that – let alone when you cannot pick arguably your best centre-half.
That’s why I like 3/1 for United to convert a corner.
And look at their goals this season – United have scored loads late on. They just keep knocking on the door.
We had Fergie Time, now this is Jose Time.
I’m also looking at HT/FT of Draw/United, 3/1, and a goal to be scored in the last 15 minutes, 5/6.
ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP: United to score from a corner, 3/1
Liverpool v Arsenal betting preview: Mane to score and Liverpool to win, 7/2
WHEN Liverpool lost last season, it was to the teams that made you think: How did that happen?
In fact, they were unbeaten in all ten games against the other top six clubs.
To put that into perspective, the next best was Spurs, who lost three times against their top-six rivals.
At times, Liverpool are more vulnerable against the lesser teams. They have to attack and then they get caught on the counter.
But this one will really suit Jurgen Klopp’s plans.
They can sit back against Arsenal, allow them to have the ball and then hit them with the counter attack.
They have so much pace with Salah, Mane and Firminho.
And I fancy Mane to get in behind and finish off a Liverpool break. He is 7/2 to score anytime in a Liverpool win.
ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP: Mane to score and Liverpool to win, 7/2