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The Premier League kicks off with an exciting match-up between Chelsea v Manchester United. What do the writers at Betting.Betfair think will happen in this game and the rest?

"Chelsea have an excellent record in this fixture anyway but, on this season's form, the Eden Hazard-inspired Blues look a particularly good bet to put one over former boss Jose Mourinho. United fought back well to beat Newcastle but that may just have been papering over the cracks."

Eden Hazard to sink United

Dave Tindall says :"Chelsea have an excellent record in this fixture anyway but, on this season's form, the Eden Hazard-inspired Blues look a particularly good bet to put one over former boss Jose Mourinho. United fought back well to beat Newcastle but that may just have been papering over the cracks. Chelsea 2-0 Manchester United "

Back the 2-0 at [10.0]

Bournemouth to take advantage

Andy Schooler says: "Bournemouth are full of confidence and full of goals right now; Southampton completely the opposite. Two poor defences make goals likely and it's hard to look past a home win given the Cherries have taken 10 of a possible 12 points at the Vitality Stadium so far. Bournemouth 3-1 Southampton. "

Back the 3-1 at [17.5]

Promoted sides to share the points

Simon Mail says: "Fulham have conceded 21 goals already this season and failed to keep a clean sheet but the visitors should be able to secure a draw at the Premier League's bottom side. Cardiff 1-1 Fulham."

Back the 1-1 @ [7.2]

Victory won't come as easy

James Pacheco says: "Burnley have an enviable record of scoring against Manchester City, having done so in ten of their last 11 matches against them. We simply can't ignore that stat and it's also true there may be some tired legs among those City defenders after a busy international break. So the visitors may well get one but the final outcome shouldn't be in doubt. Manchester City 3-1 Burnley."

Back the 3-1 at [13.0]

Wolves' defence hard to break

Steve Rawlings: "Wolves have kicked off the season brilliantly and they're proving a very hard team to break down - they've conceded just once in their last seven games in all competitions. On the flipside, they're not the most prolific in front of goal and three of their last four victories have been by one goal to nil. They look a good thing to beat an out-of-form Watford but a glut of goals is unlikely and playing the 1-0 score line again makes sense. Wolves 1-0 Watford."

Back the 1-0 at [7.4]

Newcastle may get their first win of the season

Andrew Atherley: "It is easy to dwell on negatives here, but Newcastle's first-half performance against Man United last time was positive and a repeat could give them a first win of the season against Chris Hughton's poor travellers. Newcastle 2-0 Brighton. "

Back the 2-0 at [11.0]

Managing fixture congestion could cause a shock

Kevin Hatchard says: "West Ham almost always raise their game for this London derby, and Spurs may be distracted by a huge Champions League match coming up at PSV Eindhoven. West Ham 2-1 Tottenham."

Back the 2-1 at [14.5]

Liverpool to keep the Terriers quiet

Mark O'Haire : "Huddersfield have failed to score in defeat during five of their eight home outings against Big Six sides since promotion to the Premier League, and with the Terriers managing just four goals across their opening 12 hours of action this season, it makes sense to support a Liverpool victory alongside a clean sheet. Huddersfield 0-2 Liverpool."

Back the 0-2

In-form Everton to have the edge over Palace

Jack Lang says: "Playing away often suits Palace, but Everton seem to be hitting their stride and will expect to record maximum points here. Everton 2-1 Crystal Palace. "

Back the 2-1 at [9.6]

Arsenal to make it 10 from 10

Jasmine Baba says: "Arsenal are on fire against teams outside the top six. They shouldn't face any particular difficulty here either as Leicester have not won at the Gunners since 1973. Arsenal 3-1 Leicester. "

Back the 3-1 at [12.5]

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