Chelsea v Wolves (16:00)

Chelsea have scored in seven of their last eight home league games, with the only exception against Manchester United.

The Blues looked in decent nick gong forward in Wednesday’s 5-3 defeat at Liverpool but were let down by their defence, as they might be here.

Their only league clean sheets since the restart have come against Watford and Norwich, while Wolves have scored in away games at Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham this season.

Crystal Palace v Tottenham (16:00)

BTTS has landed in five of Tottenham’s last six league away games.

Spurs have only kept league clean sheets away at Watford and Bournemouth since Jose Mourinho took over, but have scored eight goals in their last three matches.

Crystal Palace weren’t bad in last week’s 2-0 home defeat to Manchester United, having lost 3-2 in their previous home match against Chelsea.

Everton v Bournemouth (16:00)

Bournemouth know that they must win this match in order to stand a chance of avoiding relegation.

The Cherries have scored in away games at Manchester United and Manchester City since football restarted, but have only kept one clean sheet in their eight matches.

Everton have only failed to score at home to Liverpool since Carlo Ancelotti took over, but have conceded in six of their last seven at Goodison Park.

Bologna v Lecce (16:15)

BTTS has landed in 14 of Bologna’s 17 home matches this season.

That run includes all of their last three matches, while they won 3-2 at Lecce in the reverse fixture in December.

Sunday’s visitors have conceded 29 goals in their last 10 away games.


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