Arsenal to beat Huddersfield

Arsenal extended their unbeaten run to 20 matches in all competitions following their 2-2 draw with Manchester United on Wednesday.

The Gunners have won both of their games against the bottom five this season, beating Cardiff and Fulham 3-2 and 5-1 respectively.

Huddersfield have suffered back-to-back league defeats and have already lost to Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester City and Chelsea this campaign.

Brighton to beat Burnley

Burnley’s 3-1 loss to Liverpool on Wednesday was their third straight league defeat and eighth game without victory.

The Clarets have the worst home record in the Premier League, while their goal against Liverpool was only their fourth in seven league games.

It is difficult to see them creating enough chances to stay in the game against a Brighton side that have won back-to-back matches.

Cardiff to beat Southampton

Cardiff beat Wolves 2-1 last weekend to record their third home win in four home games.

The Bluebirds represent fantastic value against their visitors, who have won just four of their last 40 matches in the Premier League.

Southampton were beaten 3-1 by Tottenham in midweek following Ralph Hasenhuttl’s appointment, but it is unlikely the new manager will have had enough time to implement his ideas.

West Ham to beat Crystal Palace

It’s back-to-back league victories for West Ham, who beat Cardiff 3-1 on Tuesday night,

The Hammers scored three goals for the second time in a row in midweek and have now lost just one of their last five league games, against Manchester City.

Crystal Palace have lost five and drawn one of their last six matches on the road in all competitions so, at odds against, this looks a cracking bet.


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