Premier League Tips: More joy for Burnley, Spurs and Leicester?

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Another Nations League break may be just around the corner, but there’s still plenty of top action to enjoy from the Premier League this Saturday.

Manchester United v Newcastle United is the main draw from the first-half of the weekend. You can check out our preview for that on news.lads from 9am on Saturday.

Meanwhile, we’ve cast our eye over all the 3pm matches below.

Burnley v Huddersfield Town

After a sticky start, Burnley are back – and they’re bang in form. The Clarets have won two on the bounce and will fancy their chances at 11/10 against rock-bottom Huddersfield.

The Terriers have scored just twice so far this season and should find it tough against the disciplined Turf Moor side. Burnley are 21/10 to Win to Nil and 8/1 to prevail 2-0.

Crystal Palace v Wolverhampton Wanderers

It wasn’t plain-sailing initially for Wolves on their return to the Premier League. But Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have found their groove and have now collected 11 points from the last 15 available.

Palace, by contrast, are struggling with an overreliance on Wilfried Zaha. He’s 2/1 to Score Anytime on Saturday. If the visitors shackle him properly, however, they’ll fancy their chances.

The Old Gold are 31/20 to chalk up another Premier League win, with centre-half Willy Boly a hefty 14/1 chance to exploit the hosts’ weak defence to bag his second goal of the campaign.

Leicester City v Everton

Foxes forward Jamie Vardy has developed a keen habit of scoring in this fixture in recent years.

The 31-year-old bagged home and away against Everton last season to take his tally against the Toffees to four goals in three matches. He’s 13/10 to net a fourth goal this term here.

Leicester are 6/5 to collect all three points and extend Marco Silva’s winless away run to five matches. It’s 13/4 for a Foxes Win and Both Teams to Score.

Tottenham Hotspur v Cardiff City

Our traders don’t rate Cardiff’s chances of a first Premier League win of the season at Wembley. Neil Warnock’s men are 12/1 for victory, with Tottenham priced up at 1/4.

The Bluebirds are the division’s joint-second lowest scorers and are 11/10 to Lose to Nil. Harry Kane is 15/8 to Score First and 11/8 to Score 2 or More for the second time in three matches.

Watford v AFC Bournemouth

There’s not usually much to choose between Watford and Bournemouth. Four of the last five meetings have ended in draws, while that extends to seven in nine dating back to 2014.

The pair are evenly matched this time around, too. Both sides have collected 13 points from their first seven matches, leaving them separated by just a single place in the fledgling table.

We go 5/2 about another draw, with 11/1 saying they record a fourth 2-2 stalemate in five head-to-head encounters.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing

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