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Chelsea to win at Crystal Palace @ 5/6
Graham Potter showed he is not going to be overawed by the Chelsea job when changing things around for a 1-1 Champions League draw with RB Leipzig, including playing Raheem Sterling as a left wing-back in a 3-4-3 formation. The former Brighton boss has the positive attitude to get the Blues back on track and they are backed to extend a run of 10 straight wins in head-to-head meetings with Palace in our Premier League predictions.
Southampton and Everton to draw @ 23/10
The Toffees are on a five-match unbeaten run in this competition after following up four draws with their first win of the season when edging out West Ham 1-0 at Goodison Park. Neal Maupay opened his account for the club in that game and should prove a useful foil for the pace of strike partner Anthony Gordon. Southampton is not an easy place to pick up three points, though, and Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side have played well versus Leeds, Manchester United and Chelsea at St Mary’s Stadium.
Liverpool to beat Brighton @ 7/20
Jurgen Klopp’s men have made a patchy start to the new season but are fancied to make it four straight home wins here. Liverpool showed their true potential when thumping Bournemouth 9-0 at Anfield and then displayed plenty of spirit to grab late deciders in 2-1 victories over Newcastle and Ajax. Roberto de Zerbi looks a good fit for Brighton as they seek to build on the progress made under Potter but this is a baptism of fire for a manager new to the Premier League.
Brentford to win at Bournemouth @ 23/20
Gary O’Neil has done a great job as caretaker boss of Bournemouth, guiding them to a 3-2 win at Nottingham Forest in between draws with Wolves and Newcastle. However, we like Brentford’s attacking ability in this match-up, with Ivan Toney tipped to return from his first England squad call-up full of confidence. The Bees were outplayed by Arsenal last time but will be hard to hold if recapturing the sparkle of their previous 5-2 defeat of Leeds.
Fulham and Newcastle to draw @ 12/5
Past failings at this level have clouded our judgement over Fulham so far this season but Marco Silva’s current side looks made of much sterner stuff. Fulham have beaten Brentford, Brighton and Forest, drawn against Wolves and Liverpol and been competitive in defeat away to Arsenal and Tottenham. Big-spending Newcastle have only suffered one stoppage-time loss at Anfield, though, so let’s go with the Magpies to make it six draws in eight top-flight fixtures.
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