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This week, Guy Giles is in the hotseat with his football tips.



There are four Premier League matches taking place on Saturday, and I’m including three of them in my qualifying bet.

Chelsea have had a tough week, drawing with West Brom before dropping out of the Carabao Cup on penalties against Spurs, but I’m backing them to bounce back against Crystal Palace at home.

They have won their last five against the Eagles and I don’t expect that run to end on Saturday.

Everton have started the season brilliantly, reeling off six wins in a row in all competitions, and I don’t expect Brighton to end that sequence.

The Seagulls have won three games already this season, but Graham Potter’s side have so far struggled against quality opposition, losing to both Chelsea and Manchester United (twice) in the early season running.

Just as I’m backing Chelsea to return to winning ways, I’m also backing Manchester City to do the same.

A shock thrashing at the hands of Leicester last weekend will have Pep and his squad in the mood for a big performance on Saturday against Leeds.

Marcelo Bielsa’s side are likely to pose a threat to City’s defence but, having conceded seven goals in three matches, will struggle to contain their wealth of attacking talent.



I’m moving onto Sunday’s top-flight action with my first free bet, starting with Southampton v West Bromwich Albion.

I expect the Saints to follow up their first win of the season with another three points against the Baggies, who look early candidates for the drop.

I’m also backing Arsenal to continue their solid start to the season against Sheffield United, who are yet to score in the Premier League this season.

To round off my free bet treble I’m expecting a big rebound performance from Wolves as they face Fulham at home.

The Cottagers have been poor on their return to the Premier League, and I think they’ll lose by at least two goals again on Sunday.

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