Planet Boost: Chelsea, Man City and Leicester all to win now 9/2

Take advantage of this Planet Boost as Chelsea, Man City and Leicester looked primed to deliver on their travels.

The Premier League returns for a midweek helping this week and we have an away-day treble to get your teeth into.

Chelsea, Manchester City and Leicester are all fancied to chalk up victories and Planet Sport Bet have boosted the Wednesday treble to 9/2. No need to thank us, you're very welcome.

Watford vs Chelsea

Chelsea sit top of the table and are unbeaten away from home this season. In fact, only champions Manchester City have got the better of them at all.

Thomas Tuchel's men failed to see off a defensive-minded Manchester United on Sunday with Michael Carrick's men digging in for a point.

Away from home though, Chelsea have been dominant. They have won five of their six away games, with Liverpool the only team to stop them.

They have seen off Tottenham, Arsenal, BrentfordNewcastle United and Leicester City. They have scored 12 goals in those games and have yet to concede.

They look formidable on the road and a Watford side who have shipped 12 goals in their six home games look unable to stop them.

The Hornets, who beat Man United at home earlier this month, have lost five of their last seven games and will do well to keep the score down.

Southampton vs Leicester

Brendan Rodgers, Leicester City, Europa League, 2021

Ralph Hasenhuttl's five-man defence backfired spectacularly at Anfield on Saturday with Saints 3-0 down after 37 minutes.

The plan simply did not work as Saints' wing-backs could not push Liverpool's wide players the other way. Hasenhuttl changed it at half-time but the damage was done and they look likely to revert to a four-man defence against Leicester.

Jamie Vardy may be rested on the south coast, with Patson Daka and Kelechi Iheanacho in line to replace him.

Brendan Rodgers will likely stick with the rest of the personnel after they defeated Watford 4-2 last time out.

Of course it was just two years ago that Leicester condemned Saints to an embarrassing 9-0 home defeat and they look well-placed to grab another success.

Aston Villa vs Man City

Not even Steven Gerrard will be able to stop Manchester City at Villa Park.

Gerrard has guided Aston Villa to two victories in his two games to send morale soaring, but City are a different proposition to Brighton and Crystal Palace.

Asked if the Premier League was easy after the win over Palace, Gerrard said: "I wish it was easy, I wish.

"We've got Man City to come in midweek and we can enjoy tonight but we'll go to work tomorrow in terms of preparing the team the best way we can."

City arrive at Villa Park in great form after winning four of their last five away games. Those victories included victories at Man United, Chelsea, Leicester and in-form West Ham, with only Liverpool stopping them.

Villa look harder to beat under Gerrard, with the former Rangers boss insisting on a more condensed shape.

Pep Guardiola's men will test that new-found resilience and with wide threats coming from the brilliant Joao Cancelo and Kyle Walker, Villa will need to be rock-solid to get anything from the game.

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