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Everton v Man United: Calvert-Lewin to score a header

Manchester United travel to Goodison Park for Saturday's early kick off as the Red Devils touch down on Merseyside in dire straits. United embarrassingly lost to Istanbul Basaksehir in midweek, just three days after the club looked at sixes and sevens in their defeat to Arsenal at Old Trafford.

On the other hand, given their torrid form, what may go under the radar in this one is the form of their opponents, Everton. Carlo Ancelotti's men have now lost two on the bounce after early shouts for a title charge, leaving them three points off Liverpool and in a similar vein of form to their Manchester rivals. This should, now, be a tighter game with BTTS certainly a likely outcome.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin netted his eighth Premier League goal of the season in the defeat to Newcastle United, and his fourth without his head. The Englishman is now boosted 9/2 to score his fifth league header of the campaign, whilst we're also keeping an eye on Bruno Fernandes scoring, a season after he netted a thunderous strike a Goodison Park - he is 10/1 to score and draw.

Premier League Predictions


WEST HAM TO WIN 1-0, 2-0 OR 2-1 @ 2/1

Southampton v Newcastle: Wilson 1st Away team scorer

Southampton and Newcastle may be separated by six places in the table, with the Saints' spectacular form driving them up to fifth, however, with the tightness of the 2020/21 season, just two points remain the difference.

Ralph Hasenhuttl's men will have to live life in front of goal without Danny Ings for the next six weeks, and this will no doubt hinder the Saints' style which has seen them unbeaten in their past five, dropping points only to Chelsea in that time.

With this said, it might be the day for Newcastle to upset this brilliant run of form, especially given how they beat Everton 2-1, thanks to a Callum Wilson brace. The Englishman now has six league goals in seven appearances for the Magpies and this should be the game he continues his form against a weakened Saints side.

Wilson is 23/10 to be the first away goalscorer, and make it three goals in his past two games.

West Brom v Spurs: Son and Kane to score

West Bromwich Albion are looking like facing a long, dreaded season back in the Premier League, with the club now sitting on four losses and three draws after seven games.

On the other hand, Spurs are on course to fight for the title once more and Jose Mourinho's men lead the way with the most goals in the league (18) with their sole defeat coming on the opening weekend against Everton.

Within these 18 goals, eight have come from Son Heung-min and six from Harry Kane, whilst the England captain has also assisted all eight of Son's goals thus far.

Ultimately, this should be an easy one for the Lilywhites when they travel to the Hawthorns and anything but an upset will be one of the shocks of the season.

Son and Kane to get on the scoresheet once more is priced at 7/2 - click the link to claim.

Premier League Goalscorer Tips



Leicester v Wolves: Vardy and Jimenez to score

The Premier League in 2020/21 has seen a plethora of players take an early charge towards challenging for the Golden Boot, whilst last year's winner, Jamie Vardy has not let his title slip just yet, with seven goals in as many games.

At the same time, Wolverhampton Wanderers' start has been almost equally as impressive as Leicester City's with just two points separating the Foxes in second and Wolves in sixth. At the same time, Raul Jimenez has bagged four goals, with Manchester City, Leeds United, Newcastle and Sheffield United all feeling the Mexican's wrath in so far.

We expect the two strikers' fortunes to continue and although this game is a tough one to call, we can guarantee that Vardy and Jimenez will be involved in some capacity - Vardy and Jimenez to score is boosted to 6/1.

Premier League Predictions


LEEDS TO WIN 2-1 @ 9/1

Manchester City v Liverpool: De Bruyne and Salah to score

Manchester City and Liverpool have been running a two-horse race in the Premier League for the past two seasons, with the titles split one each in this time. Now, with the Reds still top of the league as City continue for consistency, this game has become an early 'six-pointer'.

What gives Pep Guardiola's men the early favouritism (10/11) is the absence of Virgil van Dijk and Fabinho, however, goals should be expected at both end, with Sergio Aguero equalling Liverpool's worrying injury list for City.

For this one, we're going with Mohamed Salah to continue his route to a third Golden Boot and add to his seven goals in seven games, whilst we'll be keeping an eye on Kevin De Bruyne.

The Belgian is on penalty duty for City, as well as many of the free kicks, and at the same time, Liverpool's weakened defence will no doubt allow City's main men more chances, perhaps from range.

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