Brighton to win or draw v Fulham

Brighton began their home campaign with a second successive victory over Manchester United at the Amex.

Chris Hughton’s side have lost just three of their last 19 Premier League matches at home and should take at least a point against Fulham.

The Cottagers earned their first league victory of the season at home to Burnley last weekend, but had lost back-to-back matches against Crystal Palace and Tottenham prior to that.

Chelsea to beat Bournemouth

Chelsea extended their 100 per cent start under Maurizio Sarri with a 2-1 victory at Newcastle last Sunday.

The Blues have managed 10 victories from their last 15 league games at Stamford Bridge.

Bournemouth’s own decent start – two wins and a draw – is likely to come to an end against a side that won 13 and lost just two of their 18 matches against the bottom nine last season.

Crystal Palace to beat Southampton

Southampton were beaten by a stoppage-time Harry Maguire goal last weekend to leave them on one point after three games.

That defeat to Leicester means the Saints have won just three of their last 28 Premier League matches.

Crystal Palace have won three of their last four matches at Selhurst Park, with their only defeat in that sequence coming against Liverpool last week. The Eagles should take advantage of their visitors’ plight,

Everton to beat Huddersfield

Huddersfield’s dismal start to the season continued in midweek with a 2-0 defeat at Championship Stoke in the EFL Cup – a game that featured Saido Berahino’s first goal in 913 days.

The Terriers have now lost three and drawn one of their four matches in all competitions, with their only goal of the season a consolation in a 6-1 defeat at Manchester City.

Everton have scored two or more in each game of their four-match unbeaten run and should cruise to victory.


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