Live on Skysports 1: Sun 12.00 & 17.30: Fulham and West Ham are 5/2 (Betdaq) to draw while Villa host Spurs later in the afternoon.
Fulham v West Ham, Skysports 1, Sun 12.00:
Fulham are even money (Coral) to get a much needed win for Mark Hughes; The Cottagers have just 2 wins this season (equal lowest with West Ham) and are treading water above the relegation zone.
West Ham are themselves desperate for points and at 10/3 with William Hill, are probably slightly underpriced considering they have not won on the road (in the league) since August of 2009. They have showed guile when coming from behind at Birmingham and Blackburn but in truth, the draw is the best both sides can hope for – 5/2 at Betdaq.
One goal apiece, 6/1 at Boylesports, stands out. Victor Obinna can get the last goal of the game for the Hammers (8/1, Totesport) as they come from behind to equalise again. A half time lead for Fulham to be wiped out by West Ham in the 2nd half to a stalemate is 16/1 at Sportingbet.
Aston Villa v Tottenham, Skysports 1, Sun 17.30:
Only Arsenal have beaten Aston Villa at Villa Park this season and Gerard Houllier’s men can keep that record going by avoiding defeat (4/7, ) against Tottenham in a game rated by Betfred at 9/4 to finish all square.
Tottenham, decent in attack, are a little suspect at the back at times so both teams to score would appeal at evens with William Hill, especially considering Villa are now amongst the goals, bagging 9 in the last 4 home games.