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Adam Drury – Crystal Palace to beat Southampton
I thought Palace played well at Burnley, and definitely should have won.
Assuming that Roy Hodgson does not attempt to change too much, a similar performance will be enough to beat toothless Southampton.
Tom Bowles – Harry Kane to score two or more goals against Swansea
Kane has scored six goals in his last four games for club and country, including four in his last two for Spurs.
Remarkably, when the striker scores once, he is just as likely to score again. Indeed, last season he netted once eight times, and twice or more eight times.
So, if you fancy him to score against Swansea on Sunday – and why wouldn’t you? – it makes perfect sense to back him at least bagging a brace.
Will Rook – Leeds to beat Millwall
Table-toppers Leeds extended their unbeaten start to the season to nine matches with a win over Birmingham on Tuesday.
That was their seventh win, while they have also scored nine goals without reply in the Championship.
Millwall, who have managed just one win from their first seven league games, look to have little chance.
Tom Clee – Exeter to beat Crewe
Exeter are three points clear at the top of League Two having won six and drawn one of their first seven games.
They’ve also won all three of their home games without conceding, so their even-money price to beat Crewe – who have played away just twice in nine matches in all competitions so far – seems too good to be true.
Jack Green – PSG to beat Lyon and BTTS
With 10 goals in their last two games, nobody is stopping PSG at the moment, so this really comes down to whether you think Lyon can score in Paris.
A record of 11 goals in five matches so far this season suggests they can, as does the fact they scored in all of their three meetings with PSG last term.
Bruno Genesio’s side are definitely worth backing to get on the scoresheet, but will struggle to stop the terrifying Neymar-Cavani-Mbappe frontline.