Saturday’s Premier League tips: Brighton, Chelsea and Palace amongst picks
There’s a packed Premier League schedule this weekend before the first international break of the season.
We’ll have full previews of Leicester City v Liverpool and all of Sunday’s action coming up. But for now, here are tips for all of Saturday’s 3pm Prem kick-offs, as well as the evening game between Manchester City and Newcastle United.
Brighton & Hove Albion v Fulham
Brighton’s home form was the key to their survival last season. They only lost four games at the Amex Stadium. They’ve already beaten Manchester United there this term too.
Fulham picked up their first win back in the top-flight against Burnley last week. However, they’ve let in at least two goals in all three of their league games so far. Brighton and Over 2.5 Goals is 5/2.
Chelsea v Bournemouth
Bournemouth are flying high in sixth after their impressive start. They’ve also won on two of their last three league visits to Stamford Bridge. But this will be a big test for Eddie Howe’s side.
Crystal Palace v Southampton
Saints have only picked up one point so far this season. It’s hard to see them getting anything against Palace, who tend to be strong at home.
Mark Hughes’ side could also be without Danny Ings. We go 21/10 for Palace to Win to Nil.
Everton v Huddersfield Town
Even without the suspended Richarlison, Everton shouldn’t have too many problems against a struggling Huddersfield side.
The Terriers have only scored once in four games in all competitions this term. The Toffees are 5/4 to Win to Nil.
There was talk of an England recall after Theo Walcott’s recent resurgence. You can get 9/2 on Everton to win, Both Teams to Score – No and Walcott to score Anytime.
West Ham United v Wolverhampton Wanderers
West Ham are rock bottom after losing all three of their league games. Wolves are still searching for their first win back in the top flight. A draw here is going for 23/10.
Man City v Newcastle
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