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This week, Jack Green is in the hotseat.



Bournemouth have only lost to Manchester City at home in the Premier League this season, and I fancy them to take three points against Norwich this weekend.

The Canaries have lost all four of their away games this season by an aggregate score of 10-1, so it’s hard to trust them to get any kind of result at the Vitality.

Angers also look a good bet.

They’re third in Ligue 1 despite having lost to PSG last time out and have won four and drawn one of their five home games this season.

Visitors Brest have taken two points from four away matches.

Finally, I’m backing Liverpool to extend their winning run and keep a clean sheet at Old Trafford.

Both of Liverpool’s clean sheets this season have come away from home, and United look so poor going forward that I can’t see them finding the net.



I’m going for a double with my first free bet.

PSV are second in the Eredivisie after seven wins and two draws to start the season, and they should beat sixth-place Utrecht, who lost 2-1 to Vitesse last time out.

Utrecht have scored in all nine of their league matches so far, so BTTS also looks a good bet.

I also fancy Arsenal to win at Bramall Lane on Monday night with goals at both ends.

The Gunners have been involved in six BTTS matches this season – the second-most in the Premier League – and they have conceded in their last three away league games.

I expect Sheffield United to score, but they’ve been beaten in their last three Premier League home games so Arsenal should take the three points.

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