Saturday Premier League tips: Can Burnley score back-to-back wins?

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There’s a trio of intriguing Premier League ties that could have big repercussions at the bottom of the table.

Burnley travel south to Bournemouth looking to pull further clear of the relegation zone, while Newcastle United and Crystal Palace are scrapping to make certain of their Premier League status.

But first we head to the John Smith’s Stadium as Huddersfield Town entertain Leicester City.

Here’s all the odds ahead of this afternoon’s match-ups.

Huddersfield Town v Leicester City

Following their relegation, Huddersfield are just playing for pride as we close in on the end of the season.

But could that mean the Terriers are a fearless animal? Our traders go 4/1 for a home win. They’ve a man in form in the shape of Karlan Grant, we’ve got a home win with a Grant goal is 11/2.

Although, Leicester are starting to find their groove under new boss Brendan Rodgers and are 7/10 to make it four wins on the spin.

If Leicester score first at 4/7 this could turn ugly for Huddersfield. It’s 8/1 for a Foxes win and Over 4.5 Goals.

Jamie Vardy has hit a purple patch and is a skinny 10/11 to get amongst the goals. James Maddison is a bit of a dead-ball specialist, and we go 5/2 for ‘Madders’ to bag anytime.

Bournemouth v Burnley

Burnley know a win at 5/2 would increase the gap to 18th place Cardiff City to a hefty eight points.

They take on a Bournemouth side that have won just one of their last eight games. But they do often find the net at home, so our traders have gone 5/1 for both teams to score in Burnley win.

Dwight McNeil bagged the crucial second goal against Wolves last time out, the midfielder is 16/5 to notch.

His team-mate Peter Crouch may well make an appearance from the bench, with the former England international 7/1 to score last.

Bournemouth do have an England man of their own right now in the form of Callum Wilson. He’s 21/10 to score in a Cherries win and 15/2 to grab 2 or more goals.

Eddie Howe will be desperate for his side to arrest this slump in form, and you can find the home win on the win/draw Double chance at 2/7.

Newcastle United v Crystal Palace

Despite their 2-0 loss to Arsenal on Monday, Newcastle have looked a lot more settled at the back in the second half of the season.

Crystal Palace do have the exciting Wilfried Zaha and Michy Batshuayi upfront but this one could be cagey.

There hasn’t been more than two goals in their last four games. You can get Under 2.5 goals in the match at 8/13, and Newcastle to win to nil at 29/10.

Miguel Almiron is 7/2 to open his Magpies account today, with Ayoze Perez at 5/2 to net anytime.

and both will be desperate to score three points to really send them clear of danger. We go 9/2 for both teams to score in a home win.

In the match betting Palace are 2/1 to win, with a stalemate at 21/10.

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

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Charlie Dear

Charlie has covered sport for the likes of The Guardian, Football365 and FourFourTwo. Arsenal sufferer. German football enthusiast.