Premier League Predictor: Scorelines for this weekend's games

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Watford should be able to take advantage of Arsenal at Vicarage Road
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"Watford can take advantage of an Arsenal side who have only won five times away from home this season and are yet to keep a clean sheet on their travels."

Back the Watford 1-0 @ [13.5]

Leicester win and clean sheet the foxy bet

Jamie Pacheco says: "Leicester are in pretty good nick at the moment and against a side looking a little low on ideas in attack and having not scored in either of their last two games, we might just get that classic of scorelines, with Jamie Vardy probably among the goals. Leicester 2-0 Newcastle ."

Back the 2-0 @ [9.2]

Straightfoward victory

David Tindall says: "This looks a straightforward task for Tottenham but the absence of Harry Kane and having one eye on the Champions League return against Manchester City next week might just spare Huddersfield from a real thrashing. Tottenham 3-0 Huddersfield."

Back the 3-0 @ [7.8]

Close at the Amex

Dan Fitch says: "Both of these sides are in poor form, but with the threat of relegation looming it is Brighton that are most in need of the points. That desire and home advantage should be enough to see them claim a narrow victory. Brighton 2-1 Bournemouth."

Back the 2-1 @ [10.0]

A real six-pointer

Jack Lang says: "The Clarets have looked rejuvenated over the last fortnight, and will be confident of a result that would leave Cardiff even closer to the relegation trap door. Burnley 2-1 Cardiff."

Back the 2-1 @ [9.6]

Toffees keeping it sweet

Andrew Atherley says: "Fulham have conceded two or more goals in 13 consecutive Premier League games while Everton have shut out much better teams in recent weeks and should win by a clear margin. Fulham 0-2 Everton."

Back the 0-2 @ [9.0]

Saints still marching

Simon Mail says: "Ralph Hasenhuttl's side have won three of their last five games with their only defeats against Manchester United and Liverpool. Southampton can punish a Wolves side still coming to terms with their painful FA Cup semi-final defeat to Watford on Sunday after squandering a 2-0 lead at Wembley. Southampton 2-1 Wolves."

Back the 2-1 @ [11.5]

Steve Rawlings says: "Manchester United have been far from convincing since caretaker manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, was given the post on a permanent basis at the end of March but it's very hard to envisage anything but a home win here against a stuttering West Ham. We should probably expect a goal by the visitors though given United are yet to win to nil at Old Trafford this season. Man Utd 2-1 West Ham."

Back the 2-1 @ [9.8]

Keeping it tight

Kevin Hatchard says: "Having won at the Etihad, Palace know they can push the champions hard, but City have been almost flawless in the Premier League since the turn of the year. This will be a hard-fought victory for Pep Guardiola's side. Crystal Palace 1-2 Man City."

Back the 1-2 @ [9.6]

Chelsea will be homesick here

Mark O'Haire says: "Premier League leaders Liverpool can extend their unbeaten Anfield record to 38 games when they welcome Chelsea to Merseyside on Sunday. The Reds have W18-D3-L0 here when involved in league and Champions League duty and are well capable of extending that streak against a Blues outfit that's lost six of their most recent eight trips to Big Six clubs. Liverpool 2-1 Chelsea."

Back the 2-1 @ [9.8]

How's the hangover?

Jasmine Baba says: "Watford can take advantage of an Arsenal side who have only won five times away from home this season and are yet to keep a clean sheet on their travels. This fixture normally sees an North London win, however this game last season saw the Hornets win this match and the only thing that will stop them doing the same is if they've been celebrating their FA Cup semi-final win all week. Watford 1-0 Arsenal."

Back the 1-0 @ [13.5]

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