We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview for Saturday's matches.
Danny Ings (Southampton) to score exactly one goal v Crystal Palace (15:00)
Ings is Southampton’s top scorer this season with 13 goals in 21 appearances in all competitions, including seven in his last eight.
Given that Palace have kept two clean sheets in their nine games away from Selhurst Park this season, you would expect Ings to get chances.
But the 27-year-old has only scored more than once in a game twice this season – against League One Portsmouth in the EFL Cup and away to Aston Villa, who have the second-worst defence in the division.
Under 2.5 goals in Newcastle v Everton (15:00)
Everton have managed just five shots on target and only one goal in two games since Carlo Ancelotti was appointed.
The Toffees are the fifth-lowest scorers in the Premier League with just 21 goals.
Newcastle have the worst xG in the division (understat), have only scored 19 goals (the third-fewest in the division) and register an average of 9.8 shots per game – fewer than any team other than Burnley.
Tottenham to beat Norwich & BTTS (17:30)
Tottenham came from behind to beat Brighton 2-1 on Boxing Day, meaning BTTS has landed in 10 of their last 13 matches.
That result means Spurs have now managed just one clean sheet in their last six victories.
Norwich are bottom of the table after picking up one point from their last five matches, though both teams have scored in five of their last six.
Leicester to beat West Ham & over 1.5 goals (17:30)
Leicester have been taken apart by Liverpool and Manchester City in back-to-back games, but remain one of the league’s best sides.
The Foxes had only dropped two points in their previous nine matches, with two or more goals in all but two of their 19 league games.
West Ham lost their sixth game in eight on Boxing Day to Crystal Palace, meaning they have managed two victories in 13 in all competitions.
Manchester United to beat Burnley to nil (19:45)
Burnley’s 1-0 defeat at Everton on Boxing Day was their fourth in six matches – a run in which they have only scored three times.
The Clarets failed to have a single shot on target in that game at Goodison Park and average 9.7 shots per game – fewer than any other side.
Manchester United thumped Newcastle 4-1 last time out and have won five of their last seven matches in all competitions.
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