Cash in on Rooney’s fine run of form with the BET Boost

Cape Town - Premier League fixtures are coming thick and fast and with so many games packed tightly together there's opportunity for sports bettors to study form and put together some interesting bets.

The team at BET.co.za also studies trends and puts together a full bundle of BET Boosts for every round of the EPL. 

This involves adding over 20% to the normal price in special boosts.

Let's take a look at some of the highlights.

Wayne Rooney to score two or more goals - 15/1

Many claimed Rooney was past it when he secured his move back to his boyhood club of Everton during the off-season.  The doubters have been forced to eat their words as he sits on 9 Premier League goals - level with Alvaro Morata, Raheem Sterling and a certain Romelu Lukaku.  With a goal every 128 minutes he's hitting the back of the net quicker than Morata and Lukaku.  In a struggling Everton team, it's quite the feat!

Marko Arnautovic to score and West Ham to win - 15/2

Arnautovic endured a nightmare start to his West Ham career after his big-money move from Stoke.  He's looked a rejuvenated player under David Moyes - perhaps all that fitness work is paying off? - and we've boosted the price on him to score in a win over his old club.

Leicester x Chelsea x Man City x Everton all to win - 72/10

Leicester and Everton have enjoyed a renaissance since sacking their managers and we've paired them with two of the form teams in the competition in Chelsea and Man City.

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