If you don't fancy doing the hard work, we've browsed through Ladbrokes' odds and found five tempting bets for this weekends Premier League action.
The Balls.ie Ladbrokes Bet Of The Week:West Brom to beat Bournemouth and Everton to beat Sunderland @evens
The Balls team have picked a double which in reality should be lumped on because it's definitely going to happen. Admittedly, the odds aren't the greatest, but we need to get back on track after a couple of near misses (damn you Leicester).
Chelsea to beat Swansea 3-1 @ 10/1
Chelsea are 12 points clear but were slack in their last league game against Burnley. They've won their last nine home games so we're not going to say that Swansea will beat them.
But they won't have it all their own way. Only Man City and Arsenal have toppled the Swans since Paul Clement took charge. They're one of the many teams involved in the scrap down the bottom. What doesn't help them is that they've the worst defence in the league by five goals.
We think the Blues will get back on form in style.
West Brom to win and both teams to score @16/5
Tony Pulis hasn't quite done away with his stereotype 1-0 win, but he has brought West Brom to 8th in the table and they are comfortable there. Their three defeats at the Hawthorns have been to Man City, Man United and Everton aka, teams that beat most other sides.
Which means Bournemouth will need to play quite well to turn them over. They did beat West Brom back in September and tend to score in games away from home. Having said that, they're yet to win in 2017.
Back the Baggies with both teams to score.
Everton - 2 vs Sunderland @13/5
Do we really need to explain this one?
Sunderland are bottom of the table and have been for a long time. They've conceded at least one goal in 92% of their away matches. Yes, they beat Crystal Palace, but Palace are in free fall.
Everton? Not so much. Undefeated in their last eight games. Nineteen goals in those eight games. While anything can happen, this is as close to printing money as we can see.
Over 3.5 goals in Watford and West Ham @13/5
West Ham have scored ten goals in their last four away games. Over half of their games have produced over 3.5 goals as Slaven Bilic has steadied the Irons ship.
While Watford are slightly behind that total (only 36% of their games had over 3.5). They've still found the net twenty nine times in their twenty five league games so far. They've beaten Burnley and Arsenal in recent weeks.
It the late game, it'll be on the TV so something has to happen. An open, attacking game of football please (cue dreadful 0-0)
Ladbrokes are offering double odds in store for Leeds vs Sheffield Wednesday, Watford vs West Ham, Spurs vs Stoke, the League Cup final and Leicester vs Liverpool.