Premier League Predictor: Correct scores covered for all 10 matches

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“Manchester City have not beaten their cross-city rivals at the Etihad since 2014 and despite Manchester United’s morale-boosting triumph in Turin on Wednesday night, it’s hard to see the table-toppers dropping points here. Manchester City 2-1 Manchester United

Back the 2-1 at [9.4]

Seagulls to fly on

Steve Rawlings says: “Cardiff have conceded in each of their last eight Premier League games and they’ve lost seven of them! In contrast, Chris Hughton’s well-organised Brighton side are hunting a fourth win in five and the previous three were all by a 1-0 score-line. The Seagulls aren’t prolific but they’re hard to break down and I fancy they could double their usual tally against a side as weak as Cardiff and 2-0 is the value play. Cardiff 0-2 Brighton.

Back the 0-2 at [16.0]

Point apiece in west Yorkshire

Dan Fitch says: “Both sides come into this match off the back of rare victories. It’s hard to have much faith in either team winning a second consecutive game, so the safest bet would seem to be the score draw.Huddersfield 1-1 West Ham.

Back the 1-1 at [7.0]

Foxes to rise to the emotional occasion

Paul Robinson says: “It’s sure to be an emotional affair at the King Power on Saturday but it was at Cardiff last weekend and Leicester managed to rise to the occasion then. Burnley are conceding far too many goals and the Foxes should be good value for a couple. Leicester 2-1 Burnley.

Back the 2-1 at [9.0]

Away Cherries are strong

Simon Mail says: “Bournemouth have won their last two away matches and head to St James’ Park where they have beaten Newcastle on their last two visits. Despite a breakthrough win last weekend, the hosts have to be opposed against Eddie Howe’s side. Newcastle 1-2 Bournemouth.

Back the 1-2 at [10.5]

Busy Hornets to nick it

James Pacheco says: “Southampton’s negative tactics suggest 0-0 is a lively runner here but Watford have plenty of goals in them and the Saints’ lack of ambition could come back to bite them on the backside. If anyone is going to win this, it’s the visitors, and they look more than capable of making life even grimmer for Mark Hughes Southampton 0-1 Watford.

Back the 0-1 at [9.2]

Spurs to strike up another away win

Andy Schooler says: “Tottenham’s defence hasn’t been at its best of late but goal-shy Palace aren’t well placed to make the most of that. With Harry Kane looking much sharper in recent games, Spurs should be taken to add to their impressive record against the Eagles. Crystal Palace 1-2 Tottenham

Back the 1-2 at [9.2]

Field day for Liverpool’s star trio?

Andrew Atherley says: “Fulham’s attack-minded approach and problems at the back look like an open invitation to the Liverpool front three of Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, and goals look likely. Liverpool 3-1 Fulham.

Back the 3-1 at [12.5]

Blues to maintain unbeaten start in entertaining game

Dave Tindall says: “Chelsea have found goals easy to come by while Everton are always good for at least one of their own. I expect the hosts to continue their excellent start to the seasons. Chelsea 3-1 Everton.

Back the 3-1 at [12.0]

Wolves can give Arsenal a scare

Kevin Hatchard says: “Arsenal’s excellent Premier League form will continue, but a talented Wolves team can give them a few problems. Arsenal 2-1 Wolves.

Back the 2-1 at [9.2]

Both teams to score as City claim derby spoils

Mark O’Haire says: “Manchester City have not beaten their cross-city rivals at the Etihad since 2014 and despite Manchester United’s morale-boosting triumph in Turin on Wednesday night, it’s hard to see the table-toppers dropping points here. Manchester City 2-1 Manchester United

Back the 2-1 at [9.4]

Source: Betfair Premier League