Correct Score Tips: Pick6 selections for this weekend's Premier League

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Every week we have a tilt at the £1m Pick6 prize on Betfair's Football Jackpots. Here are our selections across this weekend's selected Premier League matches...

"City are having a real stutter after a hat-trick of defeats and Spurs have the firepower to become the latest high-flyer to give Pep a headache."

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Stalemate expected at Turf Moor

Burnley v Leicester
Saturday, 15:00

Paul Robinson says: Burnley and Leicester meet at Turf Moor on Saturday and while the Foxes really could do with winning if they want to catch their rivals and finish in seventh place, I think the best they will be able to do is a draw.

Predictions: 1-1 & 2-2

Eagles to see off poor-travelling Seagulls

Crystal Palace v Brighton
Saturday, 15:00

Simon Mail says: Crystal Palace should be able to move a step closer to safety by beating a Brighton side without an away league win since November.

Predictions: 2-0 & 2-1

Low-scoring game likely at the Liberty

Swansea v Everton
Saturday, 15:00

James Pacheco says: Both sides are set up to be hard to beat and rank bottom and second from bottom for most shots on target since Sam Allardyce took charge of Everton. This could be a real slow burner, if it burns at all, with Swansea the more likely of the two to nick it.

Predictions: 0-0 & 1-0

Stuttering City set for fourth straight defeat

Spurs v Manchester City
Saturday, 19:45

Dave Tindall says: City are having a real stutter after a hat-trick of defeats and Spurs have the firepower to become the latest high-flyer to give Pep a headache.

Predictions: 3-1 & 2-1

Magpies can avoid defeat against tired Arsenal

Newcastle v Arsenal
Sunday, 13:30

Dan Fitch says: With Newcastle in good form and Arsenal's fatigued from their trip to Russia, the Gunners may have to content themselves with an away draw.

Predictions: 1-1 and 2-2

Safety beckons for refocused Hammers

West Ham v Stoke
Monday, 20:00

Mike Norman says: The 0-3 home defeat to Burnley appears to have woke West Ham up, a 3-0 win over fellow strugglers Southampton was followed by a terrific 1-1 draw at Chelsea. They ought to have too much for a Stoke side 19th in the table and on a run of four straight defeats.

Predictions: 3-0 & 3-1


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