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Mark O'Haire says: "Man City can bounce back from last weekend's defeat by comfortably overcoming Everton at The Etihad. Expect the Citizens to seal a home success by at least a two-goal margin, as they have done in 20/27 (74%) Premier League games here since the start of last season. Man City 3-1 Everton."
Back the 3-1 at 11.50
Palace back to winning ways?
Simon Mail says: "Roy Hodgson's side defeated Leicester twice last season and can land a third consecutive win over them. The Eagles need the points to ease the pressure and can edge past City at Selhurst Park. Crystal Palcace 2-1 Leicester."
Back the 2-1 at 11.50
Andy Schooler says: "Two struggling sides will battle it out in West Yorkshire but the underdogs look the value here. They've yet to lose to a non-Big Six side away from home this season, whereas the injury-hit hosts have the worst home record in the league, winning only once and scoring a pitiful three goals. Huddersfield 1-2 Newcastle."
Back the 1-2 at 12.50
Dan Fitch says: "Spurs are on a high after their draw away in Barcelona earned them a place in the last-16 of the Champions League. They have enough quality in their squad to rest some tired legs and win a third consecutive Premier League match, when they host a Burnley side that have not won away from home since September." Tottenham 1-0 Burnley."
Back the 1-0 at 9.60
Hornets to get over the line
Jamie Pacheco says: "It's been a long time since Watford kept a clean sheet while after a slowish start to the season when it comes to scoring, Cardiff's players seem to have finally found their shooting boots. But the Hornets should edge this against a side who have struggled on their travels and it could end up being a more exciting game than one would at first think. Watford 2-1 Cardiff."
Back the 2-1 at 9.20
Wolves creeping up again
Dave Tindall says: "Wolves are back on track after successive wins and can go above Bournemouth with another here. The Cherries are stuttering so home win is the call even though the visitors may nick a goal too. Wolves 2-1 Bournemouth."
Back the 2-1 at 9.60
Old habits die hard
Paul Robinson says: "West Ham have scored nine goals over the course of their last three games, including three at Newcastle. They are taking on Fulham who have the leakiest defence in the division and I doubt even Claudio Ranieri can turn that around quickly. Fulham 1-2 West Ham."
Back the 1-2 at 10.50
Goals at the ready
Jack Lang says: "Neither side can defend. Southampton will probably start scoring eventually. Arsenal are still a stronger team. Southampton 2-4 Arsenal."
Back the 2-1 at 33/1
Tough to crack
Andrew Atherley says: "Brighton have scored in every home game this season and are tough to crack but Chelsea should have enough to get the win. Brighton 1-2 Chelsea."
Back the 1-2 at 13/2
Hard-fought home win
Kevin Hatchard says: "Liverpool are playing with control and consistency, and although United won't make life easy for them, Jurgen Klopp's side can overcome their old rivals at Anfield. Liverpool 2-0 Man Utd."
Man City 3-1 Everton: Back the 3-1 at 11.50
Crystal Palcace 2-1 Leicester: Back the 2-1 at 11.50