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This week, Guy Giles is in the hotseat.



Brighton to win, Manchester United to win to nil and BTTS in Liverpool v Arsenal at 7/1*

Brighton have started this season impressively and should have made it two wins from two against West Ham last weekend.

I fancy them to overcome a Southampton side that have been vulnerable in defence and toothless in attack in two losses so far.

Crystal Palace are yet to score this season and are an early candidate for relegation, so Manchester United should have little trouble dispatching them with a clean sheet at Old Trafford.

Liverpool face their first real test of the season against Arsenal in a contest that has produced an average of five goals per game across their last seven Premier League encounters.

BTTS has landed in eight of the last 10 league games between these teams and Saturday is likely to follow suit.



Norwich City to win & BTTS, Sheffield United to win at 22/1*

This first £5 free bet is a chance to take a punt at some bigger prices, and in the Premier League that means looking at the promoted teams.

After their convincing win over Newcastle, I fancy Norwich to provide the first major shock of the season against the winless Chelsea at Carrow Road.

The Canaries topped the Championship in BTTS last term and have been involved in a 4-1 and a 3-1 already, so I expect no different on Saturday.

Sheffield United registered their first top-flight win in 12 years last weekend and could secure the second shock of the day against winless Leicester.

The Blades had the best home record in the Championship last season, losing just four games and conceding just 17 goals, so the Foxes will not have it easy at Bramall Lane.

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