The Premier League Predictor: Correct score tips for all 10 games

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Nuno Santos' Wolves can get a point at Old Trafford, says Steve Rawlings
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"West Ham can halt Chelsea's 100% record in the Premier League in a high-scoring draw. The Blues could be jaded after the Europa League and the Hammers should be lifted by their breakthrough win at Everton."

Dodgy defences should deliver goals

Andy Schooler says: "Watford have scored in every game but kept just a single clean sheet, although that is still one more than Fulham, who statistically have the worst defence in the league so far. Conclusion: Expect goals. Fulham 2-2 Watford"

Back the 2-2 @ [15.0]

Bournemouth to beat bedraggled Burnley

Dan Fitch says: "Burnley are low on confidence after a gruelling Europa League qualification process had a dramatic impact on their Premier League form. High-flying Bournemouth can take advantage and claim another valuable victory. Burnley 1-2 Bournemouth."

Back the 1-2 @ [11.0]

Toon to take a point as fixture list finally relents

Dave Tindall says: "Having lost by single-goal margins to Spurs, Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal in a brutal early fixture list, Newcastle look capable of taking a point against a Palace side which has lost twice at home so far. Crystal Palace 1-1 Newcastle."

Back the 1-1 @ [7.4]

City will get straight back to winning ways

Kevin Hatchard says: "The champions will be fired up after their careless Champions League loss to Lyon, and Cardiff have already leaked plenty of goals against Arsenal and Chelsea. Cardiff City 1-3 Manchester City."

Back the 1-3 @ [13.0]

Foxes too sly for Terriers

Leicester v Huddersfield

Jamie Pacheco says: "It's hard to see how Huddersfield can get something from this game and it looks like it could be a long season for them. Still, they've managed to score in each of their last three away games in the PL and Leicester are yet to keep a clean sheet, this season so they could nick a consolation goal here. Leicester 2-1 Huddersfield."

Back the 2-1 @ [9.0]

Clean sheet and three points for red-hot Liverpool

Andrew Atherley says: "Liverpool clearly rate a strong bet to continue their winning run and their defence should be able to keep out Southampton for a straightforward three points. Liverpool 2-0 Southampton."

Back the 2-0 @ [7.4]

Wolves can hold back the Red tide

Steve Rawlings says: "Both Manchester United and Wolves are looking for their fourth win in-a-row when the two sides meet at Old Trafford and we could witness a tight affair. Wolves don't concede many and they held Manchester City to a 1-1 draw at Molineux last month. They can gain another vital point here with the same score. Manchester United 1-1 Wolves."

Back the 1-1 @ [8.6]

No win yet for sliding Spurs

Mark O'Haire says: "Tottenham have lost their last three games for the first time on Mauricio Pochettino's watch and are under pressure to arrest that slide when they head to Brighton. It might not be a comfortable evening for Spurs and with Both Teams To Score landing in 13/21 (62%) of Albion's home matches since promotion and 24/40 (60%) of Spurs' trips to bottom-half dwellers under the Argentine, a score draw could provide profit on Saturday. Brighton 1-1 Tottenham."

Back the 1-1 @ [8.0]

Improving Hammers can stop Chelsea

Simon Mail says: "West Ham can halt Chelsea's 100% record in the Premier League in a high-scoring draw. The Blues could be jaded after the Europa League and the Hammers should be lifted by their breakthrough win at Everton. West 2-2 Chelsea."

Back the 2-2 @ [15.0]

Arsenal and Everton to sign off with a Sunday shootout

Jack Lang says: "Neither of these teams can defend, so chances are this will be a helter-skelter game - with Arsenal's greater firepower likely to settle it. Arsenal 3-2 Everton."

Back the 3-2 @ [21.0]

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