Fulham to beat Cardiff

Cardiff have failed to win any of their nine games in all competition so far this season, losing all of their last six.

The Bluebirds are bottom of the league with just two points so far, and will be without the suspended Joe Ralls, who was sent off against Tottenham last time out.

Fulham have also had a tricky start to life in the top tier, but have at least managed one league victory and, at this price, are worth backing to extend their hosts’ miserable run.

Manchester City (-2) to beat Burnley

Manchester City have won four league games out of four at home and have already beaten both Fulham and Huddersfield by three goals.

City won 3-0 and 4-1 in league and cup in their two meetings with Burnley at the Etihad last season and should at least match that this time.

The Clarets have won just one of their eight away games in all competitions this season, against bottom-of-the-league Cardiff.

West Ham to win or draw v Tottenham

West Ham are up and running after a slow start under Mauricio Pellegrini and are great value to avoid defeat in this one, despite losing at Brighton in their last league game.

The Hammers had taken seven points from their previous three league games in a run that included a 3-1 victory over Manchester United and a 0-0 draw against Chelsea, with an 8-0 EFL Cup thrashing of Macclesfield sandwiched in between.

Tottenham have won just three of their last eight matches in all competitions and were unconvincing in beating 10-man Cardiff 1-0 a fortnight ago.

Wolves to win to nil v Watford

Wolves are unbeaten in eight matches in all competitions with all five victories during sequence being to nil.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have conceded just six goals in the Premier League this season – the fourth-fewest – and have only had their defence breached once in their last seven, away at Old Trafford last month.

Watford are winless in five and have lost back-to-back matches by an aggregate score of 6-0.


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