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Our 66/1+ Huge Tips for the Weekend - 16/10/21

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Villa v Wolves: Jimenez to score first and Wolves to win 2-1

It's been a topsy-turvy start for both Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers as they approach this Midlands derby this weekend with the Villains sat 10th, one point ahead of 12th-placed Wolves.

Bruno Lage's men do come into this game off the back of two wins in a row and three from their past four Premier League games. Every single one of these fixtures has resulted in less than 3.5 goals, as they beat Watford 2-0, Southampton 1-0 and Newcastle United most recently by a 2-1 scoreline.

Wolves have also struggled to keep the goals out, as the Magpies, Brentford, Spurs, Leicester City and Manchester United have all scored at least one goal against them.

Raul Jimenez is also off and rolling now on the goals front as he bagged the winner against Southampton two weeks ago, and in this 66/1 bet, we're backing Jimenez to score first and Wolves to win 2-1 again.

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Jimenez to score first and Wolves to win 2-1 @ 66/1

Swansea v Cardiff: Moore to score first and Cardiff to win 2-0

Swansea City and Cardiff City will meet in one of the biggest games of the Championship calendar this season as the South Wales derby sees both clubs fighting to stay out of the drop zone early on.

There is near enough nothing that separates both Swansea and Cardiff with Swansea sat in 19th on 11 points, just as the away side sit a position below them on 11 points but with an inferior goal difference of -2.

It really has been a dreadful start for both Mick McCarthy and Russell Martin so far, but Swansea, however, have scored just nine goals thus far from 11 games which is the second-worst outside of the relegation zone in all of the Championship.

The Swans have also failed to win more than one game at home this season, losing to Stoke City and drawing 0-0 with Sheffield United, Hull City, and Millwall. For this reason, we're backing Mick McCarthy's experience to shine through and win 2-0 with Kieffer Moore getting on the scoresheet first for the second time this campaign.

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Kieffer Moore to score first and Cardiff to win 2-0 @ 66/1

Lazio v Inter: Dzeko to score first and Inter to win 3-1

Serie A is on absolute fire this season. The Italian top flight sees Napoli picking up all 21 points after seven games, and both the Milan sides fight for the title too, just as the likes of Roma, Juventus and Lazio attempt to get back into the top three.

Inter Milan are unbeaten this season with five wins and two draws from seven games with huge thanks to the likes of Edin Dzeko and Lautaro Martinez, as the ex-Roma man has six goals from seven games while the Argentine has five from six.

At the same time, Ciro Immobile also has six goals and he could end up bagging a goal for Lazio, but a win is not expected for them as they recently lost 3-0 to Bologna and conceded two in the Rome derby in their past two games.

Furthermore, they've failed to keep a clean sheet in all nine games they've played so far bar their 2-0 win over Lokomotiv Moscow, and we think Inter's relentlessness is going to reign supreme here.

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Dzeko to score first and Inter to win 3-1 @ 80/1

Leicester v United: BTTS in both halves, 2+ corners each team in each half and 20+ booking points each team

Both Leicester City and Manchester United are currently in the midst of very underwhelming seasons right now, but the Foxes are certainly worse off. In fact, with only eight points from seven games, they've perhaps gone under the radar more than most in regards to just how poor some teams have started the new season.

United, on the other hand, can't seem to find any sort of form in any competition. They narrowly edge Villarreal in their most recent Champions League clash, while they also lost to Young Boys, and they are already out of the EFL Cup after losing to West Ham United.

The Red Devils are just two points off the top of the table still, but they are yet to keep a clean sheet in all competitions apart from in their 1-0 win over Wolves.

A similar feat applies to Leicester, who have conceded two goals in their past three league games, lost to Legia Warsaw 1-0, and blew a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2 against Napoli. Brendan Rodgers' men even lost 4-1 to West Ham back in August and were one of the few teams in the league to allow Norwich City to score.

All in all, we think this points to a high-scoring game, especially considering both Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane are out for the away side.

Premier League Predictions

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BTTS in both halves, 2+ corners each team in each half and 20+ booking points each team @ 100/1