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Here are our selections for this weekend's matches.

Huddersfield v Tottenham - Saturday (Sky Sports Premier League, 12.30)


Tottenham to win to nil –

Spurs have scored 11 goals in four away games this season – Harry Kane has bagged seven of them – and should keep up their 100 per cent win record.

Tottenham to win the first half –

Having led after 45 minutes of their last three away games, Mauricio Pochettino’s side should have no problem making their influence felt early, especially with Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli returning.

Harry Kane to score 2 or more –

Kane has nine goals in five matches since the international break, and it is hard to imagine him not extending that run after his superb midweek hat-trick at APOEL Nicosia.


Chelsea v Manchester City - Saturday (BT Sport 1, 17.30)



Over 3.5 goals –

City are weakened without Sergio Aguero, but they are still likely to create plenty of chances, and concede plenty more to Chelsea.

Man City to score a first half goal –

Having scored nine goals in the first half of their last four league games, this seems a good bet, despite the clear improvement in opposition.

Raheem Sterling to score anytime –

Sterling, who should play in the absence of Aguero, is a cracking price to add to a run of four goals in four matches.


Arsenal v Brighton - Sunday (BT Sport 1, 12.00)


Brighton not to score –

Brighton have scored just once away from home this season, and that record is unlikely to improve against Arsenal, who have kept two consecutive league clean sheets at the Emirates.

Arsenal to score under 2.5 goals –

Chris Hughton’s side do, however, defend stubbornly, an attribute that saw West Brom keep the score down to two in north London last weekend, and was what Bournemouth didn’t do when shipping three at the same ground.

Alexandre Lacazette to score anytime –

Lacazette is a natural penalty-box player, and is poised to score at home to most middling opposition.


Everton v Burnley - Sunday (Sky Sports Premier League, 14.15)


Double chance: Draw/Burnley –

Having avoided defeat at Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool, Burnley have every chance of getting something at toothless Everton.

1st half: under 0.5 goals –

Everton have managed one first-half Premier League goal at Goodison Park this season, but should be able to keep Burnley at arm’s length themselves.

Burnley to receive over 2.5 cards

The visitors have picked up three cards in their last two matches, and will be refereed by Jon Moss, who has brandished 17 cards in five Premier League matches.


Newcastle v Liverpool - Sunday (Sky Sports Premier League, 16.30)


Liverpool (-1) –

Liverpool are not struggling to create, so a better day in front of goal could see them run away with this one.

Philippe Coutinho to score anytime –

Coutinho has shown no sign of apathy after his summer move to Barcelona didn’t materialise, particularly from set-pieces.

Both teams to score –

The Reds have not kept a clean sheet since the win over Arsenal at the end of August, and will likely concede to Newcastle, who have scored at least twice in their last three home games.


Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds - Sunday (Sky Sports Football, 12.15)


Leeds to win –

Sheffield Wednesday’s lethargic start to the season has only worsened with two defeats inside the last week, and an energetic Leeds should see them off at Hillsborough.

Leeds to score over 1.5 goals –

Thomas Christiansen’s side have scored at least twice in four of their six away matches this season, while their hosts are yet to keep a home clean sheet.

Pierre-Michel Lasogga to score anytime –

The summer signing from Hamburg should return to the starting XI after his side’s defeat at Cardiff on Tuesday, and is a good bet to add to his three Championship goals.