With Chelsea beating Manchester City it has put a lot of interest back into the Premier League and one more draw or loss for City will bring Spurs, City and Arsenal back into the equation. Before the first game of the season we recommended to readers, with 5-1 Liverpool and 6-10 City, that Liverpool were the better value so hold on tight to your long-range ticket and enjoy the ride through to May if you took my advice. In fact, we have three difference leagues dividing the 20 teams. The top five teams are a massive five-points clear of the mid-table bunch, and those teams have a midboggling + 113 combine goal difference. The mid-table group, 6 to 13, have a combine goal difference of -4 and the bottom seven relegation teams have a shocking goal difference of -109. In today’s early game at 2.30pm, Manchester City host Everton and surprisingly this score ended 1-1 at today’s venue last season. City are 2-0, but for a small fun wager at 11-1 and 6-1 the draw looks good value. On recent form the Crystal Palace, Leicester game is a lottery given the fact that both teams have only won one game each in their last nine attempts. In the regelation dog-fight Huddersfield are just one point behind their guests Newcastle. Last season both games finished 1-0 to the home side but I would stay out financially. Watford should get all three points at home today as visitors Cardiff have only recorded one point out of a possible 21 in their last seven away games but are out of the relegation bottom three because of three straight home wins. Wolves hosting Bournemouth is my only draw bet today and Spurs should stay third with a victory over Burley. The London derby could see the in-form West Ham collect all three points in their short journey to Fulham. Tomorrow is or day to get money with three of the top sides in action. At 3.30pm, Chelsea are 5-10 against Brighton to form the first leg of our Sunday treble. Chelsea won this fixture 4-0 on the south coast and 2-0 in London last season. Arsenal, now unbeaten in four league games and 21 overall, also travel to the south coast when they take on Southampton. I don’t think Arsenal fans can believe the price of 19-20 and I will confidently anchor them for the send leg. The final leg has Liverpool at 13-20 to beat Mourinho’s clowns at 4-1. Only six teams have conceded more goals than United while unbeaten Liverpool have the best defence conceding six in 1140 minutes of play. Liverpool are on course to finish an embarrassing 38 points above United come May. The treble is 4-1. I let Phil Drake off the hook last week as Leeds United beat Bolton, but I won’t take his money!