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This week, Guy Giles is in the hotseat.



My final qualifying bet of the Premier League season kicks off with Burnley v Brighton, where I expect the home side to avoid defeat in a low-scoring game.

The Clarets are unbeaten in six at home, while the Seagulls have won just one of their last 10 league matches on the road.

Next up I’m expecting a fourth straight win for Jose Mourinho and Tottenham, who travel to face a Palace side that have lost seven on the bounce.

Spurs beat Palace 4-0 in the reverse fixture this season and have won eight of their last 10 in all competitions against the Eagles.

My qualifying treble rounds off with Arsenal v Watford, where I expect the Hornets’ relegation to be confirmed with a loss.

Arsenal were poor in losing to Aston Villa in their last game, but I don’t see Mikel Arteta allowing his side to put in another below-par performance ahead of their FA Cup final next weekend.

Watford were thrashed 4-0 by Manchester City in their last outing, following the shock sacking of Nigel Pearson.



I’m heading over to Italy with my first free bet, where I’m backing victories for the big boys on the penultimate weekend of action.

Firstly, on Saturday, I’m backing Inter Milan to beat Genoa on the road. Antonio Conte’s side are unbeaten in five, while the Nerazzurri have won the last three matches between these sides by an aggregate of 13-0.

Next up is Napoli v Sassuolo, where I expect the home side to bounce back from their defeat by Parma with a ninth home win of the season.

Then, on Sunday, I’m backing Roma to make it five wins from their last six with a win over Fiorentina, who have won just three of their last 10.

To bump up the odds slightly I’m rounding off my free bet by backing champions-elect Juventus to overcome Sampdoria at home.

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