Brighton to win or draw v Huddersfield

Huddersfield earned their second victory in 14 matches in all competitions by beating Wolves last Sunday, but the underlying data suggests that it’s unlikely to get any better for them.

The Terriers have the worst xG in the Premier League, both home and away, and have, unsurprisingly, scored the equal-fewest goals with just eight.

Brighton have failed to score in just one of their last 10 matches, against Manchester City, and have lost just two in five.

Watford to win or draw v Leicester

Leicester notched their third straight draw as they played out a stalemate with Southampton in the EFL Cup in midweek.

That result means the Foxes have managed just one win in their last seven matches, against Cardiff.

Watford have lost just two of their eight away games in all competitions this season and rank sixth in the Premier League for xG on the road, so can take at least a point at the King Power.

Manchester City to beat Bournemouth and over 3.5 goals

City have won seven home games out of seven in the Premier League, scoring 27 goals – 12 more than any other side.

They’ve also won their last three meetings with Bournemouth at the Etihad by an aggregate score of 13-1.

The Cherries have already lost to Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal this season, with two of those defeats coming in their last three matches.

Newcastle to beat West Ham

Three straight victories have lifted Newcastle into mid-table after a miserable start to the season.

They are an enticing price to get the better of their out-of-form visitors, who have won just one of their last seven matches in all competitions.

West Ham have managed just one away in six this season, so the value is with the hosts.


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