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1. Manchester City to beat Bournemouth and over 3.5 goals (15:00)

City have won seven home games out of seven in the Premier League, scoring 27 goals – 12 more than any other side.

They’ve also won their last three meetings with Bournemouth at the Etihad by an aggregate score of 13-1.

The Cherries have already lost to Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal this season, with two of those defeats coming in their last three matches.

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2. Nottingham Forest to beat Ipswich (15:00)

Nottingham Forest were in fine goalscoring form in a 5-5 draw with Aston Villa on Wednesday that was their sixth game without defeat.

Bottom-of-the-league Ipswich average the fewest shots per game in the Championship with just 9.5, so it is hard to see how they will match their hosts going forward.

The Tractor Boys were defeated at home to Bristol City, who had lost their previous four matches, on Wednesday and have earned just two points in the five games Paul Lambert has been in charge.

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3. Lewis Grabban (Nottingham Forest) to score v Ipswich (15:00)

Grabban is on a phenomenal run of 12 goals in 12 league games, so backing him to score at odds against at home to struggling opposition is obvious.

The 30-year-old has scored three goals inside the last two weeks, while he has netted seven goals in his last six matches against bottom-half sides. Only 12 players have had more shots on target per match this season and he is also Forest’s established penalty-taker.

Against Ipswich, who have conceded at least twice in all of their last eight away matches, he can extend his good run.

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4. BTTS in Birmingham v Preston (15:00)

After they drew 3-3 with Hull last time out, BTTS has landed in Birmingham’s last six home matches.

Garry Monk’s side scored at least twice in all those games, and in five of their last six overall, including last week’s 4-2 defeat at Aston Villa.

Preston have scored in 15 of their last 16 matches, with goals at both ends in 12 of them. They have beaten Blackburn 4-1 and drawn 1-1 with Middlesbrough in the last week.

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5. Norwich not to beat Rotherham (15:00)

Norwich’s tiny price to win this game reflects the position of these two sides in the table, but a closer look at Rotherham’s form suggests they are capable of frustrating the league leaders.

The Millers have won one and drawn six of their last seven matches, losing just one of their last 10. Given that two of those draws came against Middlesbrough and Sheffield United, both of whom are in the top six, they are clearly capable of matching superior opposition.

Norwich were held to a 0-0 draw by lowly Hull on Tuesday, while they have won five of their last six home matches by just one goal, suggesting that a slip-up may not be too far away.

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6. Sunderland to beat Walsall (15:00)

Sunderland came from two goals down with 10 men to draw when these sides met a week ago.

The Black Cats followed that result with a 4-2 victory over promotion rivals Barnsley, extending their unbeaten run to 14 matches in all competitions.

They are worth backing at odds against with their full complement of players, considering Walsall have won just one of their last seven matches.

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7. Nice to beat Guingamp (19:00)

Nice notched their fifth straight victory in all competitions last weekend as they beat Lille 2-0 at home.

That was also the fourth consecutive clean sheet in Ligue 1 for Patrick Vieira’s side, who have the second-best travelling record in the league.

Guingamp are bottom of the table and have picked up just two points from their six home games this season – fewer than any other Ligue 1 side.

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8. Paris Saint-Germain (-1) to beat Bordeaux (20:00)

Paris Saint-Germain have won 14 games out of 14 in Ligue 1, scoring 46 goals and conceding just seven.

Just two of those 14 victories for Thomas Tuchel’s side have come by a margin of fewer than two goals and, with Kylian Mbappe and Neymar over their injury worries, they could run riot again.

Bordeaux are without a win in their last five league games and have lost each of their last five meetings against Paris Saint-Germain.

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9. Andrea Belotti (Torino) to score v Genoa (14:00)

Belotti’s return of four Serie A goals this season is modest, but his xG figures suggest that an improvement is imminent.

The Italian ranks sixth for xG of all Serie A players, as well as sitting 10th for both shots and shots inside the penalty area.

A home game against Genoa, who have shipped 18 goals in six league away games this season, is the perfect opportunity to start his inevitable upturn.

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10. BTTS in Torino v Genoa (14:00)

Genoa’s 10 BTTS matches this season are the joint-most of any team in Serie A, and they should add to that tally at Torino this weekend.

Seven of the visitors’ last eight league matches have seen goals at both ends, with the only exception a 5-0 defeat at Inter at the start of November.

Torino had been involved in five BTTS games in a row before they drew 0-0 at Cagliari last week, and they have both scored and conceded in each of their last four home league matches.

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