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Will Rook is back with his best football tips for Saturday's three o'clock kick-offs in the Premier League.

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Everton to beat Southampton –

Everton impressed in their 2-2 draw away to Wolves on the opening day. Two-goal Richarlison put them ahead twice, despite playing with 10 men for 50 minutes after Phil Jagielka’s red card.

Southampton had to rely on a man-of-the-match performance from Alex McCarthy to earn a goalless draw at home to Burnley on Sunday.

That result means the Saints have now won just three of their last 26 matches in the Premier League.

Leicester to beat Wolves –

Wolves caught the eye in pre-season with a host of high-profile signings, but failed to beat 10-man Everton last weekend.

Nuno Santo’s side twice had to come from behind against the Toffees, who had Phil Jagielka sent off after 40 minutes.

Leicester started with a 2-1 defeat at Old Trafford last weekend, but have won six and lost just one of their last nine home games against promoted sides.

Tottenham to beat Fulham –

Tottenham are a short price, but their record of 27 wins and three draws from their last 30 matches against promoted sides makes them worth including in this acca.

They beat Newcastle 2-1 on the opening day without being at their best and have won 10 of their last 13 matches in the Premier League.

Fulham looked poor in their 2-0 defeat against Crystal Palace and, with both Alfie Mawson and Tim Ream still unavailable, full-back Maxime Le Marchand will likely have to fill in at centre-half again.

West Ham to beat Bournemouth –

Despite starting with three points at home to Cardiff, Bournemouth’s poor travelling record means they should be avoided this weekend.

Bournemouth managed just two wins from their final 13 away games last season and were beaten by relegation candidates Southampton and Huddersfield in their last six.

West Ham represent decent value back at the London Stadium, where they have lost just two in 10.

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