We have five games in the British Premier League today all starting at 5pm and a late game at 7.30pm. Leicester look good value at 15-10 given the fact that visitors Cardiff have only scored one point all season outside of Wales. Brighton host Everton and I can only forecast a draw at 5-2 for these two inconsistent teams. Spurs should get all three points at Wembley when they host Wolves, but 4-10 looks a short price. The big relegation game has the bottom two teams meeting when Fulham host Huddersfield. I am going for a fair-sized bet on Fulham at 16-10 because I believe that they have shown improvement in their last three games. I would stay out financially when Watford host Newcastle. The late game has Liverpool hosting Arsenal and given Liverpool’s home record and Arsenal’s away record, I believe 6-10 Liverpool is a gift. Tomorrow, I see good value for money in the London derby when Palace host Chelsea. Palace at 13-2 and 4-1 the draw looks inviting with Chelsea a joke at 4-10. Manchester City are 1-4 to beat Southampton. Manchester United, with the best coach in the world and a big chance to qualify for the Champions League according to the Pommie press, after they beat Cardiff, host Bournemouth today. The coach they are promoting was the coach of Cardiff when they were relegated from the Premier League. News Year’s day was always the action day of the year with all teams involved but the clowns in England now give us three mundane games on Tuesday. Arsenal at 2-11 to beat Fulham, Spurs at 6-10 to beat Cardiff and Everton hosting Leicester. In their wisdom, the Poms have killed News Years Day soccer in my eyes. On Wednesday night the next six games take place but at 9.45pm out time. Burnley at 5-2 are my value bet when they travel to Huddersfield. Can you imagine Barcelona playing Real Madrid on Thursday night – well that is what the Poms have done when Manchester City host Liverpool at 10pm. At the time of writing Liverpool were four points clear so a City victory will close the gap to just one point. It sounds unreal, but it sounds unreal but a Liverpool victory will shoot them a massive seven points clear. Both teams attack for 90 minutes solid so the 0-0 on October 6 last year was a freak result. Last season, Mane of Liverpool was wrongly sent off after 15 minutes which lead to a 5-0 City waltz. At Anfield, Liverpool gave City a soccer lesson and led 4-1 with eight minutes remaining and City scored two consolation goals. I cannot believe the betting with City at 8-10, Liverpool 33-10 and the draw 26-10. Got on Liverpool and the same stake, a draw will see you in front either way.