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This week, Guy Giles is in the hotseat.



I’m sticking to the Premier League this weekend and am heading to the south coast for the first leg of my qualification bet.

Manchester United have won five of their last six against Bournemouth, including three straight wins at the Vitality Stadium.

Of the eight meetings between these sides since the Cherries were promoted to the top-flight, seven have seen two or more goals scored. 

It’s up to the London Stadium for the second leg of this double, where West Ham welcome a struggling Newcastle, who have lost four of five away matches this season.

Manuel Pellegrini’s side did the double over Newcastle last season, winning 2-0 at home and 3-0 away, and there is little to suggest they cannot do the same again this term.

There have been two or more goals in each of the last seven meetings between these teams.



I’ve selected another top-flight double for my first free bet, once again starting on the south coast with Brighton v Norwich.

The Seagulls have won their last two at home, both impressive wins against Tottenham and Everton.

The Canaries, meanwhile, have an atrocious away record, with just one point taken from five Premier League matches on the road.

There have been three or more goals scored in each of Brighton’s last three league matches, and two of Norwich’s last three.

In the second leg of this double I’m backing Sheffield United to beat Burnley at home, with the Blades having beaten Arsenal in their last match at Bramall Lane.

The Clarets are yet to win away from home this season, but they have scored in all five of their matches on the road. 

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