The Premier League is serving up a packed fixture list today, with seven games to get stuck into.
We’ve got a full preview of Manchester City’s clash with Watford this evening, with find tips for the rest of the action right here.
We get started at Selhurst Park for the M23 derby…
Crystal Palace v Brighton & Hove Albion
Both sides will be looking to put further distance between themselves and the drop zone here. The last three clashes between these rivals have ended with a home win. That could favour Palace, who are 5/6 favourites.
Selhurst Park will have an extra edge for this one. And with a closely-fought battle on the cards, we’re offering even-money on both sides scoring.
Wilfried Zaha bagged a brace in this fixture last season. You’d imagine he’ll have a big part to play again. He shares 4/1 favouritism with Michy Batshuayi in the First Goalscorer market. Both scored last week too.
Huddersfield Town v Bournemouth
Does Bournemouth’s sticky patch end here? They’re five league games without a win, but Eddie Howe’s side are 5/4 to beat a Huddersfield side that have only won once since November.
The Terriers have fired a blank in nine of their last 11 outings in all competitions. There’s 13/5 about a Cherries win to nil.
Callum Wilson’s return to fitness is a huge boost for the visitors. Their top scorer has been sorely missed recently. The England international is 13/8 to mark his comeback with a goal.
Southampton v Tottenham
Spurs are flying high after a hugely impressive 4-0 aggregate win over Borussia Dortmund.
Southampton have improved under Ralph Hasenhuttl. But it’s hard to see the North Londoners slipping up at 17/20.
Harry Kane doesn’t look like he’s missed a beat since recovering from injury. He’s 3/1 to open the scoring for the second time in a week. James Ward-Prowse is 14/5 to net for the third game running for the hosts.
Leicester City v Fulham
Both sides come into this having recently changed managers. Fulham looked more resilient under Scott Parker despite losing to Chelsea last week. But Leicester will be confident of claiming a first win under Brendan Rodgers at 6/10.
Aleksandar Mitrovic will likely be involved if Fulham come away with a result. We go 7/4 that the big striker hits the onion bag.
Cardiff City v West Ham United
West Ham love playing Cardiff. They’ve beaten the Bluebirds in each of the last seven encounters. We make them 23/20 favourites to extend that run to eight wins.
The Hammers haven’t conceded in their last three visits to Cardiff either. Another win to nil is going for 14/5.
Newcastle United v Everton
The Magpies ended a nine-game losing streak against today’s visitors in December’s 1-1 draw. Can they go one better here? With both sides scrambling for points, they could cancel each other out.
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