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Brighton to win or draw v Everton

Brighton drew 1-1 at home to Arsenal on Boxing Day and have every chance of earning at least a point in this one.

The Seagulls have only lost six league games at the Amex since winning promotion two seasons ago and have already seen off Manchester United at home this term.

Everton spanked Burnley 5-1 last time out, but hadn't won any of their previous five matches.

Fulham to beat Huddersfield

Fulham have made a marked improvement under Claudio Ranieri, taking six points in his opening seven matches - one more than they had accrued all season under Slavisa Jokanovic.

The Cottagers earned a deserved point at home to Wolves on Boxing Day and are a decent price to follow that up with a win against the league's bottom side.

Huddersfield have lost six straight matches and have been beaten by fellow strugglers Southampton and Newcastle in that sequence.

Tottenham to beat Wolves

Tottenham leapfrogged Manchester City into second following their 5-0 thumping of Bournemouth on Boxing Day.

That was the second straight game in which Spurs have scored five or more goals and their 12th league victory in 14.

They beat Wolves 3-2 at Molineux in November and should complete the double, given that their visitors have managed just one away win in five.

Watford to beat Newcastle

Newcastle were hammered 4-0 by Liverpool last time out and have managed just one victory in their last six matches.

The Magpies were fortunate to beat Watford at St James' Park in November, registering just two shots on target during the game, but won't be as lucky this time around.

Watford have won two of their last three matches and have won three and drawn two of their matches against the current bottom six.

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