Huddersfield v Tottenham: 1-3 (Paddy Power odds: 10/1)
Ah, come on, you know I want to say Huddersfield here. But I’m going to be realistic, Tottenham are brilliant, easily one of the best sides in the league and Harry Kane is on fire. So I’m going to hope that The Terriers can at least get a goal.
Bournemouth v Leicester City: 2-2 (Paddy Power odds: 11/1)
This one was a tough one to call. I think Bournemouth won’t roll over for Leicester at home, but they’re both down at the bottom of the table so both sides will be after the win. A draw seems like the likely result to me here.
Manchester United v Crystal Palace: 3-0 (Paddy Power odds: 5/1)
It’s impossible to not side with Manchester United here. Yep, they weren’t as blistering as they have been when they played Southampton last week, but not every game is going to be a 4-0 win. They’ve just got way too much for Palace, though. Especially if Romelu Lukaku continues his form.
Stoke v Southampton: 2-1 (Paddy Power odds: 9/1)
I’d be lying if I said this was a fixture I’m excited for. Though I do think, after watching both Stoke and Saints this season, that the home side will just have the edge here. Saints need to solve their goalscoring issues, and fast.
West Brom v Watford: 1-2 (Paddy Power odds: 12/1)
Last time they met, it was a straightforward 2-0 win for Watford, and I think it’ll be a win for them this weekend. Tony Pulis’ side could snatch a goal back, perhaps a set piece or something, but the Hornets should have too much for them.
West Ham v Swansea: 2-0 (Paddy Power odds: 15/2)
I thought The Hammers fought quite hard to try and come back into the Tottenham game last weekend, and with Swansea losing to Watford at home, I’ve got to back the home side here. Hopefully, they’re on the way up.
Chelsea v Manchester City: 2-2 (Paddy Power odds: 10/1)
Oh yes! The game of the week. The game of the season so far, actually. I’ve been trying to pick a winner in this one, and I just can’t. I think they’re more evenly matched than people are making out, and Chelsea won both their games against City last season. So I think a high-scoring draw is a fair shout in this one.
Arsenal v Brighton: 3-1 (Paddy Power odds: 17/2)
The Gunners have got themselves back into the swing of things, and although Brighton had a good win against West Brom last weekend, I think away from home at the Emirates will be too big an ask. Then again, stranger things have happened and we all have seen how quickly Arsenal get themselves into trouble.
Everton v Burnley: 2-1 (Paddy Power odds: 7/1)
Everton should win this. It’s at home, they finally got a result last week, and Oumar Niasse looked great. Hopefully he’ll get a start and he’ll do the business for Koeman again. That’s not to say Burnley won’t make it awkward for them, mind.
Newcastle United v Liverpool: 1-3 (Paddy Power odds: 11/1)
I’m expecting quite an exciting game here, with plenty of goals and lots of noisy fans. Liverpool are creating a load of chances at the moment, and if they’re clinical with them they’ll win this easy. But let’s be honest, they’ll probably concede too.
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