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Here are our selections for this weekend's matches.

Sheffield Wednesday v Sheffield United



A stalemate is most likely between two teams that are well matched, and will be desperate not to lose.

Over 4.5 cards

The sides haven’t met since 2012, and the feverish atmosphere is likely to result in a few tasty challenges and, therefore, cards.

Gary Hooper to score anytime

Hooper has scored in his last four matches, and has the poise in front of goal that could prove crucial in a game with so much riding on it. media

Brighton v Newcastle


Under 2.5 goals

Two sides aiming to base their success on defence have drawn five blanks between them this season, and are unlikely to serve up a thriller here.

Winning margin: 1

In a game unlikely to feature too many goals, the chances of either side running away with the game are slim.

Brighton: Under 2.5 cards

A simple bet, given that Brighton have received fewer than cards than any Premier League team so far this season. media West Ham v Tottenham


Winning margin: 1

Just one goal has separated the teams on six of the last seven occasions that Tottenham have visited West Ham.

West Ham to score

The Hammers – who have scored five goals in two matches at the London Stadium so far this season – should score at least once against Spurs, who have conceded 15 times in the last 10 meetings between these sides.

Over 4.5 cards

This fierce derby produced 14 cards in two meetings last season, and will be refereed by Michael Oliver, who has brandished five in both of his last two matches.

Leicester v Liverpool



Liverpool are yet to win in September, and have lost all three of their matches at the King Power Stadium under Jurgen Klopp.

Jamie Vardy to score anytime

Vardy has scored four goals already this season, and netted four times in his last three appearances against Liverpool.

Over 2.5 goals

The Foxes have scored in 13 consecutive home Premier League games, while Liverpool have drawn a blank just twice in their last 19 league outings.

Arsenal v West Brom


Arsenal to win to nil

The Baggies have not scored more than once in a league game yet this season, so should be held at arm’s length by Arsenal.

Alexandre Lacazette to score anytime

Lacazette looks like a natural finisher and has scored in both of the hosts’ home league matches so far.

Arsenal to score 1 or 2 first half goals

The Gunners have scored twice in the first half of home games against Leicester and Bournemouth, so something similar is a good bet.