Premier League predictions: Five Saturday selections
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Premier League predictions: Five Saturday selections

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We’re continuing our Premier League predictions with five selections for Saturday’s top-flight fixtures and are hoping to land a 52/1-plus accumulator.

Punters can see separate match previews for Man City vs Liverpool and Chelsea vs Aston Villa, but these are our best bets from the 3pm kick-offs.

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Bournemouth and Fulham to draw @ 11/5

These teams drew both encounters in the Championship last season and again shared the spoils in a 2-2 stalemate at Craven Cottage earlier this term. The Cherries are battling hard to stay in the top flight and have only lost to Manchester City in their last four home fixtures, drawing with Nottingham Forest and Newcastle at Vitality Stadium and memorably shading Liverpool 1-0. Fulham have suffered three straight league and cup defeats but they were tough fixtures and the Cottagers are still nicely placed at ninth in the table.

Brighton to beat Brentford @ 13/20

Both sides have exceeded expectations this season and are level on points in seventh and eighth, but Albion have played two games fewer and look the best bet here with home advantage. The Seagulls have lost just once in 13 league and FA Cup fixtures, winning six of seven matches played at Amex Stadium during that time. Brighton are playing great football and have a number of in-form front men, including teenage sensation Evan Ferguson, Solly March and Kaoru Mitoma.

Leicester to win at Crystal Palace @ 7/4

Palace will be hoping for the new manager bounce factor to help them after dismissing Patrick Vieira and bringing back Roy Hodgson, but will that apply with a 75-year-old returning to his former club? The Eagles have not won in 13 matches and are on a four-game losing run, with goals proving incredibly hard to come by. Leicester have been struggling as well but a 1-1 draw at Brentford should have boosted morale and the Foxes have won more games on the road than at home this term.

Nottingham Forest to beat Wolves @ 37/20

This feels like a must-win match for Forest, who have picked up 20 of their 26 points at the City Ground and need to add to that tally before facing a tough run-in. The Reds lost for the first time in 10 home matches when sunk by a stoppage-time penalty against Newcastle but continue to play with pride and passion in front of their own fans. Wolves are also fighting for survival but we just feel Forest are good value on their overall form at this venue in our Premier League predictions.

Arsenal to beat Leeds @ 29/100

Leeds can’t be underestimated after putting together a decent little run of results, beating Southampton and Wolves, drawing with Brighton and only going down by the odd goal at Chelsea. However, Arsenal look in no mood to miss out on claiming a first title triumph since 2004 after rattling off six straight Premier League wins, with a whopping 19 goals scored in those games. Mikel Arteta’s men face tough away trips to Liverpool and West Ham after this, so will be going all out to maintain their advantage at the summit.

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