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



I’m going with a Boxing Day treble for my qualifying bet.

We start in the Midlands where I can see Crystal Palace bouncing back from their 7-0 humiliation against Liverpool with a result at Villa Park.

Aston Villa have been in good form this season but many of their best results have come on the road, with just two wins from seven at home in all competitions.

Palace tend to travel pretty well – 10 of their 18 points in the Premier League have come away from home – so I’m backing them to avoid defeat on Saturday.

I’m also going to back Southampton to get a result at Fulham, with Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side unbeaten on the road since opening day.

There have been two or more goals in each of their last five on the road, so I’m also expecting at least a couple to fly in at Craven Cottage.

I’m rounding off my qualifying bet in the Championship, where I think Blackburn will secure three points at home against Sheffield Wednesday.

The Owls secured their first win since 3 November last weekend, but Blackburn have won four of their last five at home and should continue that good run of form.



I’m moving onto Sunday’s matches with my first free bet, starting with the early game in the Premier League – Leeds v Burnley.

Leeds have reeled off some ridiculous results recently, including a 5-2 win over Newcastle and a 6-2 loss to Manchester United.

I don’t expect this one to be as high scoring, but I’m backing them to get the job done with at least two goals scored.

In the second match of the day I expect West Ham to continue their decent form with a win over Brighton at home.

The Hammers lost their last match against Chelsea but have been beaten just twice at home in all competitions this season.

Brighton, meanwhile, haven’t won a match since 21 November.

I’m rounding this one off with a BTTS bet in Wolves v Tottenham.

Both teams have scored in Spurs’ last three on the road and in three of the last five matches at Molineux.

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