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This week, Guy Giles is in the hotseat.



They say never bet on the early kick-off, but I’m confident that Premier League leaders Liverpool will beat Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

The Blades have returned to the top-flight in style, sitting level with Tottenham, Manchester United and Chelsea, but I don’t see them ending Liverpool’s perfect start.

Bournemouth are unbeaten in five against West Ham, winning three and drawing two, with goals at both ends in four of those matches.

That’s why I’m backing the Cherries in the double chance & BTTS market on Saturday.

Chelsea, meanwhile, are yet to win a game at home this season, but that run should come to an end against Brighton, who are without a victory since opening day.

I’m backing goals in that one, too, with at least three scored in all but one of Chelsea’s league games this season.



I’m heading down to the Championship with my first free bet.

Huddersfield have made a shocking start, but I have a hunch they will secure their first three points of the season against Millwall, who are winless on the road.

It is a bold call considering the Terriers are winless in their last 19 matches in all competitions, but Danny Cowley has had some time to impose his style and results should start coming soon.

Luton have won just once away this season and I’m backing Blackburn, who have managed back-to-back victories, to keep it that way at Ewood Park.

Joint-leaders Swansea have been impressive under Steve Cooper and the visit of 20th-placed Reading should pose few problems.

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