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Tottenham to win or draw v Manchester United –
Bar a creditable draw at Real Madrid, Tottenham have been flawless away from Wembley this season, winning four out of four domestically.
In their last league away game, Mauricio Pochettino’s side won (handsomely) at Huddersfield.
Manchester United’s inability to do similar was the latest sign that their promising early-season form is diminishing.
Watford to beat Stoke
This is turning into a bit of a Watford love-in. Alas.
As predicted, the Hornets caused Chelsea at lot of trouble at Stamford Bridge last weekend. Never mind a draw, it was a game they should have won.
Back Marco Silva’s side to respond with all three points at home to Stoke City.
The Potters were turned over at home to Bournemouth last weekend, and have taken just one point from four Premier League away games this season.
Shrewsbury to beat Peterborough –
Shrewsbury won again last weekend to continue their scarcely believable start to the season.
Paul Hurst’s table toppers have now gone 15 games unbeaten in League One, dropping just eight points in that run.
Peterborough lost at Scunthorpe last time out and have now picked up just one point in their last five matches.
Luton to beat Coventry –
Luton are top of League Two thanks to a nine-match unbeaten run that has included seven victories.
The Hatters have also won all but one of their matches at Kenilworth Road this season, averaging well over three per game.
So they shouldn’t have too much trouble at home to a Coventry side that have failed to score in their last four.
Juventus to beat AC Milan –
Juventus have been almost perfect away from home this season, winning three of four in the league with a 2-2 draw at Atalanta their only slip up.
The Bianconeri have scored 10 in their last two games, and should beat a Milan side that (shockingly) haven’t really clicked after making 11 signings in the summer.
Milan have won none of their last four games at the San Siro in all competitions, and have already been beaten by Sampdoria, Roma and Inter this season.