We’re continuing our Premier League predictions with five selections from Saturday’s fixtures and are hoping to land a near-73/1 accumulator.
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West Ham to beat Man Utd @ 29/20
West Ham are on a decent run of form with four wins and a draw from their last six games leaving them just one place and one point below the visitors. Last weekend’s 3-0 victory over Wolves was their biggest league win of the season and they look worthy favourites for a second successive victory in this fixture, having beaten United 1-0 at the London Stadium in May. United have failed to score in three successive games against Bournemouth, Bayern Munich and Liverpool so are worth opposing in our Premier League predictions.
Bournemouth to win at Nottingham Forest @ 29/20
Bournemouth have turned their season around after a slow start and it is their away form which has been most impressive. Three straight wins on the road at Sheffield United, Crystal Palace and Manchester United have lifted them to 14th and in Dominic Solanke they have one of the Premier League’s in-form strikers. In contrast, Forest have only managed one point from six games and Bournemouth can add to their misery.
Luton and Newcastle to draw @ 31/10
No team in the Premier League has been as reliant on their home form as Newcastle, who are averaging over two points per game more at St James’ Park (2.67) than on their travels (0.63). The Magpies have only managed one away win at rock-bottom Sheffield United and with their long list of injuries, they look too short at 62/100 for victory on Saturday. Luton are yet to lose by more than one goal at Kenilworth Road and drew with Liverpool before being seconds away from holding Arsenal so a draw looks good value this weekend.
Fulham to beat Burnley @ 4/6
Burnley’s defeat against Everton was the latest disappointment for a team which was so impressive when romping to the Championship title last season. The only teams they have managed to beat since returning to the top flight are the other two promoted clubs so they are easy to oppose as they head to Craven Cottage, where Fulham have won three in a row and scored 13 goals in the process.
Tottenham to beat Everton @ 4/5
That victory at Turf Moor extended Everton’s winning run to four matches and the 10-point deduction they received seems to have done wonders for their motivational levels but we reckon that streak could end on Saturday. As impressive as recent results have been, this still looks a limited Everton squad and they have lost without scoring in four of their five games against top-seven teams. Having Richarlison fit again has given Spurs more of a goal threat and we’re backing them for a third straight win as the last of our Premier League predictions this weekend.
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