Liverpool are top of the table this week with 50.97% chance of keeping a clean sheet. VVD coming in to tighten up the defence has evidently changed the bookies odds on the likelihood that Liverpool will concede. West Brom are second this week despite 4 players stealing a taxi whilst on holidays. Gareth Barry, Jonny Evans, Jake Livermore and Boaz Myhill were involved in the incident and it’s unknown if they’ll feature. West Brom do have a 48.63% chance of keeping a clean sheet against Huddersfield.
Arsenal face Man City this week and their defensive players are definitely ones to avoid with just a 16.19% chance of stopping City. West Ham are bottom of the table as they face Liverpool in Anfield. They have just a 7.64% chance of stopping Salah and Co.
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