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  • Saturday 3 December 2016, 12:30

    Home: Man City 2.206/5
    Draw 3.6013/5
    Away: Chelsea 3.6013/5

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    Man City v Chelsea

    WF Bet
    The draw is 5/2 at BetVictor.

    Chelsea are in superb form coming into this one with seven wins in seven, but Man City away will arguably be their toughest match of the season so far along with Arsenal away - a fixture they lost 3-0 in September. City have been pretty poor at the Etihad recently, dropping points against the likes of Boro, Everton and Southampton, we've backed a fourth straight home draw for Pep's men on Saturday lunchtime.

    • • Man City have drawn their last three at the Etihad against Boro, Southampton and Everton.
    • • They are in their best form since September however, after back to back wins at Palace and Burnley.
    • • City have scored four braces in four games - Aguero v West Brom and Burnley, Yaya Toure v Palace and Gundogan v West Brom.
    • • Man City beat Chelsea 3-0 twice last season.
      • • However, Chelsea thrashed them 5-1 in the FA Cup back in February.

        • • Chelsea are looking for their eighth straight league win on Saturday lunchtime.
          • • They have won their last three aways without conceding at Boro, Southampton and Hull.
          • • Spurs are the only team to score against Chelsea since Arsenal stuck three past them at the Emirates in September.

  • Saturday 3 December 2016, 15:00

    Home: Crystal Palace 3.6013/5
    Draw 3.4012/5
    Away: Southampton 2.3013/10

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    Crystal Palace v Southampton

    WF Bet
    BTTS + Southampton is 21/5 at bet365.

    Palace have been the Premier League’s worst side in 2016, picking up just five league wins as we near the end of the year. They are currently on a run of six straight losses and the likes of West Brom, West Ham, Burnley and Swansea have all earned three points against the Eagles already this season. The Saints have already beaten Pardew’s men in the EFL Cup two months ago, and it’s likely we’ll see a repeat of that on Saturday. The away win is a decent price, but considering Palace have found the net in each of their last five, the BTTS+Away could be an even better shout.

    • • Palace have lost their last six league fixtures, including their last three on home soil.
    • • The BTTS+R market has been a winner in each of their last five.
    • • The Eagles lead 3-4 at the Liberty with minutes to go last time out, but conceded two late goals to lost 5-4.
    • • Southampton beat Palace 2-0 in the EFL Cup just over two months ago.
      • • Saints have won three of their last four at Selhurst Park.

        • • Southampton have lost half of their away matches so far this season at Hull, Arsenal and Man Utd.
          • • They got their first win since mid October last time out against Everton (1-0).
          • • They have gone unbeaten against in-form Liverpool and Man City recently.

  • Saturday 3 December 2016, 15:00

    Home: West Brom 2.206/5
    Draw 3.4012/5
    Away: Watford 3.9029/10

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    West Brom v Watford

    WF Bet
    WBA are 6/5 at BetVictor.

    West Brom’s only two defeats since early September have come against in-form pair Man City and Liverpool not bad. The Baggies are in their best form of the season after two wins in three, and if it wasn’t for the fact they have thrown away leads against the likes of Hull, Spurs and Sunderland in recent weeks, they would be even higher than ninth in the table. Watford have looking good at Vicarage Road this season, but strike us as a bit of an average side on their travels. Home win.

    • • West Brom are in their best form of the season having earned seven points from their last three matches.
    • • Pulis’ men have lost just two of their last nine, against in-form Liverpool and Man City.
    • • They have drawn five of their 11 league outings so far this season.
    • • Watford won on this ground back in April (0-1).
      • • Three of the last five H2H’s have ended level. .

        • • Watford’s only two away wins this season have come at Boro and West Ham.
          • • Four of their last six have seen Under 2.5 Goals scored.
          • • They have failed to score just twice since mid September.

  • Saturday 3 December 2016, 15:00

    Home: Tottenham 1.364/11
    Draw 5.509/2
    Away: Swansea 10.009/1

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    Tottenham v Swansea

    WF Bet
    Spurs & BTTS is 15/8 at bet365.

    Clashes between Spurs and Swansea over the last few seasons have traditionally very tight affairs, with more than one goal separating the sides on just one occasion since 2012. Neither side are in great form, Spurs’ only win in six came against struggling West Ham last month, whilst the Swans got their first win since the opening day against Palace last weekend. We fancy Spurs to edge this one, but with such a low price, we’d leave it out your acca this weekend.

    • • Spurs were beaten for the first time this season last time out at Stamford Bridge (2-1).
    • • They have drawn four of their last six against West Brom, Bournemouth, Leicester and Arsenal.
    • • They scored two goals in the last two minutes in their last home match to beat West Ham (3-2).
    • • BTTS has landed in each of the last five between Spurs and Swansea.
      • • Swansea have lost their last four at the Lane by just one goal.

        • • Swansea got their first win since the opening day last time out against Palace, thanks to two injury time goals (5-4).
          • • BTTS has landed in seven of their last eight league matches.
          • • They have lost four of their last five aways.

  • Saturday 3 December 2016, 15:00

    Home: Stoke 1.674/6
    Draw 4.003/1
    Away: Burnley 6.5011/2

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    Stoke v Burnley

    WF Bet
    Stoke are 4/6 for the win at Betfred.

    Burnley's away form is extremely worrying. They have scored just one goal on their travels so far this season, and 13 of their 14 points so far have been earned on home soil. Stoke did slip up in their last home match against Bournemouth, but against a side who have been so poor away from home, we expect them to earn their third home win in four on Saturday.

    • • Stoke have won four of their last six and have lost just of their last eight.
    • • Their impressive run includes two wins in three at the Britannia v Swansea and Sunderland.
    • • Each of their last three have seen Under 2.5 Goals scored.
    • • Burnley won 1-2 when they last travelled to the Britannia in 2014.
      • • Four of the last six H2H’s have ended level.

        • • Burnley have scored just one away goal in the Premier League this season, at Southampton in October.
          • • They have lost four of their five aways, earning just one point in a goalless draw at Old Trafford.
          • • They have lost four of their last seven.

  • Saturday 3 December 2016, 15:00

    Home: Sunderland 3.505/2
    Draw 3.4012/5
    Away: Leicester 2.3013/10

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    Sunderland v Leicester

    WF Bet
    Sunderland Double Chance is 4/6 at bet365.

    Sunderland host champions Leicester on Saturday looking for their third win in four, with the Foxes still waiting for their first away win of the season. Ranieri’s men lost just once on the road last season, but have already lost five times that total this season at Watford, Chelsea, Man Utd, Liverpool and Hull - the worst away form in the Premier League. Sunderland nearly held on at Anfield last time out but conceded two late goals to lose 2-0, they had previously beaten Bournemouth and Hull - we think the value is with them this weekend.

    • • Sunderland have won two of their last three against Bournemouth and Hull.
    • • Jermain Defoe has scored seven goals in 13 league appearances for the Mackems.
    • • Three of their last four have seen Over 2.5 Goals scored.
    • • Leicester won 0-2 on this ground last season en route to the league title.
      • • Three of the last six H2H’s have ended level.

        • • Leicester have won just one of their last eight, against struggling Crystal Palace in October.
          • • They are still waiting for their first away win of the season, having lost five in six on the road.
          • • BTTS has landed in each of their last five.

  • Saturday 3 December 2016, 17:30

    Home: West Ham 5.509/2
    Draw 4.2016/5
    Away: Arsenal 1.753/4

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    West Ham v Arsenal

    WF Bet
    BTTS & Arsenal is 9/4 at bet365.

    West Ham will be looking for their first home win over Arsenal since 2006, but considering the Gunners visit the London Stadium unbeaten in 12 since the opening day, the Irons will hope for better luck than their last London derby just two weeks ago where they conceded two injury time goals at White Hart Lane to lose 3-2. Arsenal have won four of their last five away from home, and are decent value for the win considering West Ham’s only wins since August have come against struggling pair Crystal Palace and Sunderland.

    • • West Ham have won just two of their last 11 league matches.
    • • They are however, unbeaten in three at the London Stadium.
    • • Southampton and Watford are the only sides to win there this season.
    • • The last meeting between the sides ended 3-3 back in April.
      • • The Gunners had previously won five in a row at Upton Park.

        • • The Gunners have drawn three of their last five league matches, against Man Utd, Spurs and Boro.
          • • BTTS has landed in each of their last four league matches.
          • • They remain unbeaten in 12 since the opening day defeat against Liverpool.

  • Sunday 4 December 2016, 11:30

    Home: AC Milan 1.331/3
    Draw 5.509/2
    Away: Crotone 12.0011/1

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    AC Milan v Crotone

    WF Bet
    AC Milan Win To Nil is 2.2 at bet365.

    AC Milan and Crotone kick off our Sunday treble at 11:30, and we're backing the home side to win to nil. Milan have won two of their last three at the San Siro without conceding, against the league leaders Juventus (1-0) and a side who find themselves just one point and one place above Crotone, Pescara. 19th place Crotone have failed to score in two of their last three - including at the San Siro against Inter early last month (3-0) and they will be hoping to avoid their 11th defeat in 16 so far this season.

  • Sunday 4 December 2016, 13:30

    Home: Bournemouth 5.004/1
    Draw 4.003/1
    Away: Liverpool 1.835/6

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    Bournemouth v Liverpool

    WF Bet
    The draw is 16/5 at Coral.

    We think this one could be a potential banana skin this weekend. Liverpool relied on two late goals to beat strugglers Sunderland last time out, and failed to win on their last trip to the South Coast a week earlier. Spurs couldn’t win on this ground in October, and the Cherries have won three of their last five on home soil. Draw.

    • • Bournemouth have lost three of their last four against Arsenal, Sunderland and Boro.
    • • Sunderland are the only side to win at the Vitality since the opening weekend.
    • • The Cherries have won three of their last five on home soil.
    • • Liverpool beat Bournemouth three times last season, including a 1-2 victory on this ground.
      • • Bournemouth have lost seven of their nine fixtures against Liverpool since 1927.

        • • Liverpool have won seven of their last nine fixtures and remain unbeaten since mid August.
          • • Two of their last six have ended 0-0.
          • • They have kept three clean sheets in six.

  • Sunday 4 December 2016, 14:00

    Home: Bolton 2.6213/8
    Draw 3.4012/5
    Away: Sheff United 2.8815/8

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    Bolton v Sheff United

    WF Bet
    BTTS is 1.7 at bet365.

    Just one goal was scored when these sides met on the opening day of the League One season back in August, but we're hoping to see a few more as these two fight for a place in the FA Cup 3rd round on Sunday. Bolton's Jay Spearing scored the only goal of the game when Wanderers hosted the Blades on August 6th, but seeing as both sides have hit some fantastic form since that meeting, and now sit just two points apart in the top three of League One, we're hoping to see both net. Sheff Utd have not failed to score in any of their 10 away matches since their opening day defeat at the Macron, and Bolton have failed to score just twice on home soil so far this season. With Zac Clough and Billy Sharp in such impressive (and identical) League One goalscoring form, a goal from each would be just lovely.