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"The first half was unacceptable, it's as simple as that. Too many players were way off the mark."

Burnley don't tend to produce two rank performances in a row and, judging by Sean Dyche's expression when asked for his thoughts on their 3-0 defeat to Sheffield United last week, it's easy to see why.

They've only dropped points at home to Chelsea and Liverpool this season – beating Southampton, Norwich and Everton to nil – and I'm expecting a reaction when they welcome West Ham.

It's a different story in the Championship, where two in-form teams meet at the KCOM. I've no idea who will win, but I'm certain there will be goals.

Hull have been involved in two 2-2s, a 2-3 and a 1-3 in their last six at home, while West Brom have the joint-highest BTTS ratio in the division.

Finally, I remember tipping Leicester to win & BTTS in this fixture last season when the Foxes ran out 3-0 winners.

Nothing much has changed since then, other than the speed of their differing trajectories, so, whether Arsenal get on the scoresheet or not, I'm confident of landing a winner this time around.



Brighton have only scored one goal in their last four away games, so United ought to be able to squeeze out another positive result on Sunday.

BTTS has landed in all but one of Wolves' five home games in the Premier League this season, with the exception being a 2-0 defeat of bottom-placed Watford.

BTTS & over 2.5 has landed in all but one of Villa's last eight overall, including a 2-1 victory over Wolves in the EFL Cup last month, so I'm backing more of the same in the rematch.

Liverpool haven't lost in 45 league games at Anfield, but are yet to keep a clean sheet at home this season. City are surely good for a goal but, with their patched-up defence, it's hard to see them closing the gap this weekend.


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