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



I’m starting my qualifying bet with Saturday action in the Premier League.

Manchester City travel to Bramall Lane in the early kick-off and I’m expecting them to follow up an impressive performance in the Champions League with another win here.

Just one of their nine matches in all competitions this season has seen five or more goals, so it’s worth including the under 4.5 to bump up the odds.

I’m backing Chelsea with the same bet as they face Burnley at Turf Moor, with Frank Lampard’s side also coming off a big midweek win in Europe.

Burnley have won just one match in all competitions this season, while under 4.5 goals has landed in 14 of the 18 combined games played by these teams.

I’m heading down to the Championship to round off this treble, where I expect Bournemouth to continue their strong start to the campaign against a struggling Derby County.

The Cherries are unbeaten at home in all competitions, with four or more goals being scored on just one occasion.



I’ve put together a treble on Sunday’s top-flight action for my first free bet, starting with Aston Villa v Southampton.

I’m backing the Saints to secure a fourth win in five league matches, with cracks beginning to show at Villa after an impressive start to the season.

Dean Smith’s side lost 3-0 at home to Leeds last time out, and will likely struggle to contain a Southampton side that have scored 10 goals in their last five matches.

It’s tough to predict a winner in the biggest game of the weekend as Manchester United entertain Arsenal, so I’m going with goals instead.

United have netted 23 times in all competitions this season, while the Gunners have netted in four of six on the road, so I reckon BTTS and over 2.5 goals is a good shout.

I’m finishing off by backing Spurs to beat Brighton at home, with Jose Mourinho’s side unbeaten in five in the league.

Brighton haven’t won a match in all competitions since 23 September, and have conceded an average of two goals per game in the league.

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