There are seven Premier League games to look forward to on Saturday, including Sean Dyche's first match in charge of Everton, and we've picked out four to form a weekend acca.
The Toffees host leaders Arsenal, while Manchester United and Liverpool are in action at 15:00, taking on Crystal Palace and Wolves, respectively.
Saturday's late match is also an intriguing contest as confident Newcastle host an improving West Ham side in what could be a corner fest.
We have picked out those four matches as ones to watch, with our four-fold accumulator producing odds of 82/1.
Everton Double Chance @ 7/4
Manchester United to win and under 2.5 goals @ 12/5
Liverpool to win to nil @ 12/5
Newcastle v West Ham - 9-11 Corners @ 8/5
Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.
|What||Everton v Arsenal|
|Where||Goodison Park, Liverpool|
|When||12:30, Saturday 4th February|
|How to watch||BT Sport 1|
|Odds||Everton 15/2, Draw 7/2, Arsenal 2/5|
It has been all change at Everton since their forlorn 2-0 defeat at West ham on 21st January, with Frank Lampard sacked and Sean Dyche parachuted in to try and save the club from relegation.
They currently sit 19th in the table and have won just twice at home in the Premier League this season.
The Toffees are 15/2 to improve that record on Saturday but will need a genuine new manager bounce to get anywhere near their opponents.
Mikel Arteta returns to the club he spent six years as a player with his side fresh off a 1-0 FA Cup defeat at Manchester City but still five points clear of the Citizens and with a game in hand.
The duo meet later this month and wins for the Gunners at Goodison Park and at home to Brentford next Saturday will set them up nicely for when City visit the Emirates on 15th February.
However, they have not won at Goodison since 2017 and the Toffees may be worth a look at 7/4 Double Chance.
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|What||Manchester United v Crystal Palace|
|Where||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|When||15:00, Saturday 4th February|
|Odds||Manchester United 2/5, Draw 15/4, Crystal Palace 7/1|
Old Trafford is becoming a fortress again and Manchester United will look to further cement their place in the top four against Crystal Palace.
They may also have extra motivation with the Eagles having recently stalled their momentum as Michael Olise's late strike sealed a 1-1 draw at Selhurst Park last month.
United then went on to lose 3-2 at Arsenal the following Sunday but have bounced back with cup wins over Nottingham Forest and Reading and will fully expect to claim an eighth home league victory of the season.
Despite failing to win any of their last four in the league, Palace still sit 12th but have a decent record at Old Trafford, winning there in both 2019 and 2020.
The way they frustrated the Red Devils at Selhurst will also give them confidence and it was the pair's fourth meeting in a row to produce under 2.5 goals.
That outcome is available at 1/1 but with United back in the ascendancy, a home Result / Total Goals under 2.5 goals at 12/5 appeals.
|What||Wolves v Liverpool|
|When||15:00, Saturday 4th February|
|Odds||Wolverhampton 3/1, Draw 14/5, Liverpool 17/20|
Last Sunday was another nightmare result for Liverpool as they lost 2-1 to Brighton to extinguish their FA Cup defence in the fourth round.
They had previously controversially beaten Wolves in the third round, where VAR robbed the visitors of a late winner in the original tie at Anfield before Harvey Elliott's 13th-minute strike made the difference at Molineux.
Liverpool are likely to need a similarly dogged performance on Saturday, with their hosts undoubtedly having improved under the guidance of new coach Julen Lopetegui.
However, despite adding Matheus Cunha and Pablo Sarabia in January, Wolves still lack a goalscorer.
Liverpool have won their last three trips to Molineux in all competitions 1-0 and, while their defence is not as sound as it has been on previous visits, Wolves' misfortune of having scored the fewest goals in the Premier League this season (12) gives the Reds a chance to grind out a result.
An away win to zero is 12/5 in the Result/Both Teams to Score market and would undoubtedly give Jurgen Klopp something to smile about after a tough last month.
|What||Newcastle v West Ham|
|Where||St James’ Park, Newcastle|
|When||17:30, Saturday 4th February|
|How to watch||Sky Sports Main Event|
|Odds||Newcastle 4/7, Draw 14/5, West Ham 11/2|
Finally to Newcastle, where the city's eponymous team take on West Ham in Saturday's late match in the Premier League.
Tuesday's 2-1 win over Southampton sent the Magpies through to their first EFL Cup final since 1976 and they are currently third in the Premier League table, having kept clean sheets in their last six in the league.
It has been a different story for the Hammers, who are 16th after a rollercoaster campaign. However, they head to Tyneside having won their last two games 2-0, beating Everton in the Premier League and Derby in the FA Cup.
Their poor run of results this season has not been for lack of trying and their games always seem to be open, with set-pieces at both ends.
In fact, four of their five league matches since the season resumed have seen nine or more corners and that could be something to look for in this one.
A look at 9-11 in the Total Corners market is 8/5 and appears a decent price to further boost our Saturday acca.