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"It's been a frustrating summer for Newcastle, but they can start with a decent result against a Spurs side affected more than most by post-World Cup blues"
The Premier League kicks off here. The first week is always a tough one to judge but our tipsters have risen up to the challenge to give their predictions, using Exchange prices.
Kicking off with a win
Kevin Hatchard: "With Leicester missing key players and adjusting to life after Riyad Mahrez, they may struggle to compete against a United side with a point to prove. Manchester United 2-0 Leicester."
Back 2-0 @ [7.8]
Post-World Cup Spurs struggles
Jack Lang: "It's been a frustrating summer for Newcastle, but they can start with a decent result against a Spurs side affected more than most by post-World Cup blues. Newcastle 1-1 Tottenham."
Bournemouth have the experience
Andy Schooler: "Newly-promoted Bluebirds still look a Championship side in all but name and are set for a tough return to the top flight. Bournemouth 3-1 Cardiff."
Premier League experience to win again
Paul Robinson: "This could be an exciting game with more goals than expected, and as the visitors have the Premier League experience, a 1-3 scoreline wouldn't surprise me. Fulham 1-3 Crystal Palace."
Jamie Pacheco: "A much-changed Chelsea will be up against a Huddersfield side who know the drill after keeping their manager, most of the same squad and are...well-drilled. It could be a testing opening game of he season for the favourites. Huddersfield 1-1 Chelsea."
Watford still finding their feet
Simon Mail: "Watford could be frustrated at Vicarage Road with a Brighton side which has strengthened over the summer fancied to come away with a point. Watford 1-1 Brighton."
Wolves to hit a Premier League winning start
Steve Rawlings: "Wolves have lost just one of their last eight season openers, winning five and drawing two. They can get off the mark early again here at home to a Toffees team that won just three on the road last season. Wolves 2-1 Everton."
Liverpool ooze attacking confidence
Dave Tindall: "The Reds will score for fun again this season but West Ham are capable of nicking one with Jurgen Klopp having had less time to get a settled defence with players coming back late from the World Cup. Liverpool 3-1 West Ham."
Stalemate at St Mary's
Dan Fitch: "Southampton could be in for another tough campaign, but with Burnley's slim squad fatigued from a Europa League trip to Turkey on Thursday, it should be an even game. Southampton 1-1 Burnley."
Defending the title starts here
Mark O'Haire: "Manchester City strolled to the Premier League title with a record tally of points last season and Pep Guardiola's troops can kick-off their 2018/19 campaign with a confident victory over Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday. Arsenal 1-3 Manchester City."
Man Utd 2-0 Leicester
Newcastle 1-1 Tottenham
Bournemouth 3-1 Cardiff
Fulham 1-3 Crystal Palace
Huddersfield 1-1 Chelsea
Watford 1-1 Brighton
Wolves 2-1 Everton
Liverpool 3-1 West Ham
Southampton 1-1 Burnley
Arsenal 1-3 Man City