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Southampton vs Newcastle: BTTS, 1+ Corner Each team in Each Half, 10+ Booking points each team

Southampton face Newcastle at St. Mary's after impressive results for both sides last weekend, with the Saints winning 4-3 at Aston Villa just as the Magpies edged out a 2-1 win over Everton.

Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side have scored 2+ in their last four games and there have been an average of 4.25 goals in their last four Premier League fixtures. The Austrian's side will fancy their chances this Friday night as Southampton are unbeaten since the opening day, something only Tottenham Hotspur can match.

Southampton have earned a corner in all but three of their 14 halves of Premier League matches this season and have conceded a corner in all but one half of football so far. The south coast side have also received a booking in every game except one this season.

Elsewhere, both teams have scored in each of Newcastle’s last six games across all competitions and they are unbeaten in their last four away league games, whilst the Magpies have also had corners in both halves in all but one of their league games this season. Newcastle have also picked up a booking in all of their last 11 league games.

Claim the both teams to score, 1+ corner for each team in each half and 10+ booking points for each team right here at 5/2.

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Wilson 2+ shots on target & Ward-Prowse 1+ shot on target (was 4/1) @ 8/1

Leicester City vs Wolves – Over 1.5 Goals in First Half

Leicester City will be buoyant following a surprisingly comfortable 4-1 victory away at Leeds United with the aim pick up another three points at home to fellow top six contenders, Wolverhampton Wanderers.

There have been over 1.5 goals in the first half in six of Leicester’s last nine games in all competitions and the Foxes have seen the joint third-most goals in a game so far. Elsewhere, the goalscoring form of Jamie Vardy has been vital to the club's impressive start to the season, which sees them second in the league, with the striker scoring seven goals in just six games so far this campaign.

Similarly, Wolves are often reliant on striker Raul Jimenez, who scored 27 goals in all competitions for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side last season and the Mexican is once again leading the line with four league goals.

Wolves scored twice in the first half in their last fixture at home to Crystal Palace, and we're backing over 1.5 goals in this first half of football - click here to claim odds of 5/2 for over 1.5 goals in the 1st half.

Premier League Predictions

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Leeds to win 2-1 @ 9/1

West Ham v Fulham: West Ham to win to nil

West Ham United go into a Premier League match as clear favourites for the first time since the opening day as they take on a Fulham side who moved out of the relegation zone with their first win of the season in their last game, as they beat West Bromwich Albion 2-0.

Following a difficult run of fixtures, the Hammers will be hopeful of getting their second home win of the season after putting in a sensational display against defending champions Liverpool last week at Anfield, where they narrowly lost 2-1.

Three of David Moyes’ sides last four wins in all competitions have been won to nil and West Ham conceded just three times in their last two fixtures, which were against Manchester City and Liverpool, proving they have a defence that is difficult to break down.

The Cottagers have scored just once in their last three away games in all competitions and will have difficulty against West Ham’s back five. Fulham have also failed to score in two of their last three away to the east London side.

Even without Michail Antonio, we think Moyes' men should get a regulation win here and Sky Bet have priced them at 9/4 to win to nil.

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Dominic Calvert-Lewin to score a header odds @ 9/2

Manchester City vs Liverpool – Liverpool Win and Both Teams To Score

The Pep Guardiola vs Jurgen Klopp rivalry continues at the Etihad this Sunday in what is undoubtedly the biggest fixture of the weekend and the most important of the league season so far.

Injuries to Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk and Fabinho mean that City go into the match as the clear favourites, but the Reds, of course, will be no pushover and still boast arguably the most threatening team in the division.

City have not failed to score in a home league game since October 2019, when they lost 2-0 to Wolves, and the return of Gabriel Jesus in midweek was matched with a goal against Olympiacos.

Guardiola will not be taking this game lightly, knowing that a win here and a win in their game in hand will move the club top of the table, and overtake Liverpool for the first time in over a year.

However, it's impossible to write the champions off at the moment and an incredible 5-0 win away at Atalanta has proved that Klopp’s side are still the force to be reckoned with.

We are expecting Klopp’s ‘heavy metal’ football to work its magic once again and Sky Bet are offering odds of 7/2 for Liverpool to win and both teams to score.

Premier League Betting Tips

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Son and Kane both to score odds @ 9/2

Arsenal vs Aston Villa – Arsenal Half-Time/Full-Time

Fresh from a 4-1 victory in the Europa League in midweek, Arsenal take on Aston Villa at the Emirates on Sunday night as the Villains gradually slip into their form of old, following back-to-back defeats.

Mikel Arteta’s side have lost just once in their last 12 league games at the Emirates and were impressive last weekend as they won away at Manchester United. Arsenal have also beat Aston Villa in seven of their last eight meetings at the Emirates, with the 3-1 victory on the opening day of 2013/14 the last time the Midlands outfit beat the Gunners away from home.

Villa have conceded seven goals in their last two games, both of which were in matches where they started as favourites. If they do not improve defensively, they could be on the end of an embarrassing defeat.

We believe Arsenal will punish Villa’s lacklustre defence from the get-go and take the lead early - click here to claim Arsenal to win both halves at 13/8.

By Tom Eaton