After enjoying a 27/1 pay-out two weeks ago, we’ve got five more Premier League predictions from this Saturday’s top-flight fixtures in England and are hoping to land a 63/2 acca if they all come in.
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Wolves to beat West Brom @ 4/7
Wanderers have won just once in eight league games since Raul Jimenez fractured his skull at Arsenal in November, but they have faced a tough schedule and can hopefully now find Albion more conducive company. Tuesday’s 2-1 loss to Everton could have gone either way. Ruben Neves cancelled out Alex Iwobi’s early opener in an entertaining first half and Wolves looked more likely to go on and win until Michael Keane’s 77th-minute decider. Sam Allardyce’s reign at West Brom showed early promise, but the Baggies were crushed 5-0 on home turf by Leeds before being thumped 4-0 by Arsenal at The Hawthorns, plus there was more embarrassment at Blackpool in the FA Cup.
Leeds to beat Brighton @ 21/20
Marcelo Bielsa’s men suffered an embarrassing cup defeat at Crawley but rested several of their key players, who should now be refreshed and raring to go. Leeds have been in decent form in the league, with three wins from their last five matches, and have been ruthless against the weaker teams in this division since coming up. United have won five out of five against teams currently in the bottom six! Brighton battled bravely during Wednesday’s 1-0 loss at Manchester City but have gone nine games without a win and remain 17th in the table, so the stats make this an easy pick for our Premier League predictions.
West Ham and Burnley to draw @ 13/5
The Hammers are proving hard to beat and have only lost to Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea in their last 15 top-flight fixtures. However, they did only draw their past two home matches versus Crystal Palace and Brighton. Burnley have a good record against West Ham, winning the last three head-to-head battles and only losing one in six, so we expect them to be competitive again. The Clarets couldn’t stop Manchester United from going top of the table at Turf Moor on Tuesday but had picked up four wins and three draws from their previous nine league games, only losing away to Manchester City and Leeds, where they were a touch unfortunate.
Chelsea to win at Fulham @ 1/2
Talk of Chelsea challenging for the title has faded away following a run of four defeats in six league games, but they have had a very tough schedule and this looks a good chance to get back on track. Last weekend’s 4-0 FA Cup triumph over Morecambe was a welcome fillip, especially with Mason Mount, Timo Werner, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Kai Havertz grabbing the goals. Fulham have drawn their last five top-flight fixtures following Wednesday’s gutsy 1-1 stalemate at Tottenham but may just lack the attacking firepower to match their west London neighbours.
Leicester to beat Southampton @ 20/23
Both of these teams are enjoying successful campaigns but we feel the Foxes have a slight edge in class. Leicester just missed out on a top-four finish last term but stayed on course to achieve that target this time when winning 2-1 at Newcastle. Brendan Rodgers then fielded a strong side for last Saturday’s cup trip to Stoke and a 4-0 victory helped to maintain the momentum. Saints claimed an emotional 1-0 home win over Liverpool and have had 12 days to recover due to Shrewsbury’s proposed cup visit being postponed. However, they do usually come up short when facing teams at the top end of the table, losing to both Manchester clubs and Tottenham this term.
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