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"Over 2.5 goals has paid out time and again in Bournemouth home matches this season and there are few reasons to think that won't be the case again here. The hosts are out of form but will have few better opportunities to pick up a win than this one, although it could be tight. Bournemouth 2-1 Huddersfield."

Back the 2-1 at [9.2]

Hard-fought home win at Dean Court

Jamie Pacheco says: "Over 2.5 goals has paid out time and again in Bournemouth home matches this season and there are few reasons to think that won't be the case again here. The hosts are out of form but will have few better opportunities to pick up a win than this one, although it could be tight. Bournemouth 2-1 Huddersfield."

Back the 2-1 at [9.2]

The tight 1-0 scoreline

Dave Tindall says: "The hosts have already banked three of these this season and, with Palace managing just six away goals, another could easily be on the cards. Brighton 1-0 Crystal Palace."

Back the 1-0 at [8.6]

Putting together a good run

Steve Rawlings says: "West Ham beat Cardiff 2-0 in both of their Premier League encounters in the 2013/14 season and four of the last six matches between the two sides in all competitions have ended with the Hammers beating the Bluebirds 2-0. I don't see any reason why that run can't be extended to five from seven. West Ham 2-0 Cardiff."

Back the 2-0 at [9.8]

City are unstoppable

Mark O'Haire says: "Manchester City have W17-D3-L0 in their past 20 Premier League outings and head to Vicarage Road with a recent W20-D4-L1 away record. The Citizens should be well capable of dispatching out-of-sorts Watford with room to spare on Tuesday night. Watford 0-3 Man City."

Back the 0-3 at [10.5]

No need for a sweep

Andy Schooler says: "Liverpool haven't been sweeping opponents aside so much this season and with a few changes to their team looking certain, don't be surprised if they have to battle for a result. Still, they should have too much class for a struggling Burnley side, even if the Clarets have always been competitive against them in recent times. Burnley 0-2 Liverpool."

Back the 0-2 at [7.2]

Tightening up appearances

Dan Fitch says: "Everton may have conceded a needless goal against Liverpool, but ultimately their defending has greatly improved. Against a Newcastle side short of attacking talent, Everton should claim a clean sheet in victory. Everton 1-0 Newcastle."

Back the 1-0 at [7.2]

Leaky defence will spoil the party

Paul Robinson says: "Claudio Ranieri faces his former club for the first time since he left but he might not get the result he wants as Fulham are still conceding too many goals. Fulham 1-2 Leicester."

Back the 1-2 at [10.5]

Wolves will struggle

Simon Mail says: "Chelsea have won the last four meetings against Wolves and can consolidate their top-four spot with another victory. The hosts have lost their last three games at Molineux and will struggle to keep out Maurizio Sarri's side. Wolves 0-2 Chelsea."

Back the 0-2 at [9.2]

Emery on a roll

Jack Lang says: "Doom and gloom vs derby joy; stagnation vs new-manager buzz; going nowhere vs going places... if morale counts for anything, this could be a night to remember for the Gunners."

Manchester United 1-2 Arsenal."

Back the 1-2 at [12.0]

No new manager effect here

Kevin Hatchard says: "Tottenham are licking their wounds after derby defeat at Arsenal, but they can take out their frustration on a leaky Saints side that just lost its manager. Spurs 3-1 Southampton."

Back the 3-1 at [12.5]

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