Clarets and Magpies to share the spoils
Bet 1: Back The Draw in Burnley v Newcastle @ 5/2
Sean Dyche's side have lost their last three games - all pretty convincingly. I am not overly concerned for them however, as runs like this have been par for the course since their promotion back to the top flight, and I very much doubt that they will be sucked into a relegation scrap.
Newcastle are in great form, as they come into the game on the back of two straight wins, and just one defeat from their last seven fixtures.
I was tempted to tip them for the win, but Allan Saint-Maximin is out through injury, and for all of his struggles in-front of goal, he provides such energy to the team.
Villa to get a point at Bramall Lane
Bet 2: Back The Draw in Sheffield United v Aston Villa @ 14/5
Aston Villa have lost their last two matches, which isn't ideal ahead of a trip to Bramall Lane, but they were up against Chelsea and Leicester.
Dean Smith's side have played some good stuff this season, and they are scoring plenty of goals. They are conceding plenty too - especially on the road - but for all of Sheffield United's success, they aren't overly prolific.
Chris Wilder's men have only netted more than twice in two matches this season, and they have only outscored seven other Premier League teams.
Another defeat for the Cherries
Bet 3: Back Chelsea & BTTS @ 7/5
Chelsea need to put in a much better performance than they did at Goodison Park last weekend, but they did win in the Champions League on Tuesday - albeit, without keeping a clean sheet.
Bournemouth are the visitors to the Bridge this afternoon, and Eddie Howe's side are in miserable form.
They have lost their last five straight, and they failed to find the net in the two most recent ones. I can't see them ending that losing streak here, but they should have enough about them to score against this Chelsea defence.