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This week, Guy Giles is in the hotseat.



Leicester’s form has dipped slightly of late, but I’m still backing them to do the business away at Norwich on Friday night.

The Canaries have only won six games in all competitions this season, including just one across their last 10 at home, while there have been at least two goals in eight of those matches.

Brighton, meanwhile, are winless in four at the Amex, and I think that run could continue when Crystal Palace travel down the M23 on Saturday.

Palace have avoided defeat in eight of their 13 away matches this season, with three of their five losses coming against teams in the top half.

There have been three or fewer goals in each of Brighton’s last six at home, and in seven of Palace’s last 10 on the road.

To round off my qualifying treble I’m backing Chelsea to rebound from their Champions League thrashing at the hands of Bayern with at least a point from their visit to Bournemouth.

The Cherries have won just four of their 13 home league games this season, with at least two goals being scored in all but three of those.

Chelsea have lost just four times on the road in the Premier League, with two or more goals netted in 12 of their 13 matches.



I’m taking a punt with my first free bet and going for a big double on Sunday’s Premier League action.

First, I’m backing Everton to secure a fourth win in five home matches when they entertain Manchester United at Goodison Park.

The Toffees were unlucky to lose at Arsenal last weekend, with that representing just their third defeat under the Italian in all competitions.

United have won their last two in the league, including an impressive away win at Chelsea on 17 February, but a Europa League clash against Brugge on Thursday night means they will have played five matches in 13 days.

I do think they will score, though, with BTTS landing in each of Everton’s last five matches in all competitions.

Spurs welcome Wolves to their new stadium for the first time in the other Sunday match and, despite their recent struggles, I think they might sneak a win.

They have won four of their last five home matches in all competitions, including a 2-0 win over Manchester City earlier this month, with three or more goals scored in three of those games.

Wolves, meanwhile, have won just one of their last five on the road and also face a Europa League tie against Espanyol on Thursday.

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