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This week, Jack Green is in the hotseat.

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Everton and Watford to win, BTTS in Burnley v Southampton: £10 at 7/1*

I’m sticking exclusively to the Premier League on the opening weekend of the season.

Everton went into panic mode at the end of the transfer window, but they’ve strengthened well this summer and should beat Palace, who have one of the weakest squads in the top flight.

The Eagles didn’t score a home goal from open play until December last season and I won’t be surprised if they start slowly again.

Watford beat Brighton at home on the opening day of last season and should repeat the trick on Saturday.

Javi Gracia’s side are decent at home, while Brighton only beat Newcastle, Huddersfield and Palace on their travels last term.

Southampton’s trip to Burnley might not initially jump out as a high-scoring game, but both sides ranked inside the top six for BTTS percentage last season.

Burnley only failed to find the net in three of their 19 matches at Turf Moor, while Southampton have become a fine attacking side under Ralph Hassenhuttl and added Che Adams this summer.

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Jamie Vardy and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to score: £5 free bet at 7/2*

Vardy looks primed for a huge season under Brendan Rodgers. I fancy him to make a fast start against Wolves on Sunday after he finished last season with a run of 11 goals in 13 games.

Aubameyang went on a similar spree for Arsenal at the end of last term, bagging nine in his last nine in all competitions.

He has been in good form in pre-season and is a guaranteed starter against Newcastle, with Alexandre Lacazette nursing a knock and new signing Nicolas Pepe likely to initially be held back by Unai Emery.

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