Back our 13/1 four-fold of football tips from the latest round of fixtures in England's top division.
Arsenal to beat Bournemouth
Arsenal eased to a 2-0 victory over Southampton at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, maintaining the third-best home record in the Premier League.
Unai Emery’s side have won 11 of their 14 league games at home, while their only defeat came against Manchester City on the opening day.
The Gunners should cruise past a Bournemouth side that have lost nine straight away games in all competitions and failed to even score in six of their last seven.
Southampton to beat Fulham
Fulham suffered their seventh defeat in eight matches in all competitions as they were beaten 3-1 away to West Ham on Friday night.
The Cottagers have the worst travelling record in the Premier League, having picked up just two points from their 14 league games on the road this season.
Southampton have suffered back-to-back defeats against Arsenal and Cardiff, but have picked up six more points in their 12 league games under Ralph Hassenhuttl than they had from the 15 previous matches.
Tottenham to win or draw v Chelsea
Chelsea were thumped 6-0 away to Manchester City last time out in the Premier League and have lost three of their last four league games to nil, including a 4-0 defeat away to Bournemouth last month.
Maurizio Sarri’s side have beaten only bottom-of-the-league Huddersfield in their last five domestic matches and could also be without first-choice goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, who may be dropped after he refused to be substituted in the EFL Cup final last Sunday.
Tottenham had won four league games on the spin prior to their 2-1 defeat at Burnley over the weekend but, with Harry Kane fit again and Dele Alli not far away, they are looking strong.
Liverpool to beat Watford and BTTS
Liverpool have the second-best home record in the Premier League, having dropped just four points in 13 games at Anfield this season, and are the only side in the division yet to lose at their own ground.
The Reds have won their last two home games against Watford by an aggregate scoreline of 11-1 and should take three points again on Wednesday.
They have kept just three clean sheets in their last nine domestic matches, though, so it might not so straightforward.
The Hornets stuck five past Cardiff last Friday and have only failed to score twice in their past 16 matches in all competitions – a run that includes games against Manchester City and Chelsea.
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