Routine home win for Gunners

Simon Mail says: "Unai Emery's Arsenal have won nine home league games this season and can claim another victory by seeing off third bottom Cardiff. The Gunners have won all three Premier League meetings against the Bluebirds." Arsenal 2-0 Cardiff.
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Seagulls dominance over Fulham can continue

Steve Rawlings says: "Brighton are unbeaten in their last seven against Fulham and they're looking for a third 2-1 victory in-a-row at Craven Cottage on Tuesday night. The 12/1 about them recording the hat-trick looks fair." Fulham 1-2 Brighton.
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First point in store for new Terriers boss

Dave Tindall says: "Everton are very hard to trust on their travels although there are usually goals. Hudderfield may get some new manager bounce after appointing Jan Siewert so let's try a scoring draw." Huddersfield 1-1 Everton.
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Mid-table clash to end all square

Kevin Hatchard says: "The Hammers have a point to prove after the weekend's damaging FA Cup exit at AFC Wimbledon, and with Marko Arnautovic back in the fold they can frustrate an inconsistent Wolves team." Wolves 1-1 West Ham.
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Another win for Solskjaer but Clarets should net

Paul Robinson says: "It's very hard to see anything other than a home win in this one. I wouldn't be surprised to see Burnley get on the scoresheet though as United's last four home wins in the league have all been without them keeping a clean sheet." Man Utd 3-1 Burnley.

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End of clean sheet run for Citizens

Jamie Pacheco says: "Man City have an obscenely good record against Newcastle but the hosts could be good for a goal here against a City defence that's been much better of late but can still make mistakes on any given day." Newcastle 1-3 Man City.
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Out of form Cherries to be readily picked off

Andrew Atherley says: "Bournemouth have a heavy losing record against big-six sides and Chelsea could stretch out to a decent margin of victory in an open contest." Bournemouth 1-3 Chelsea.

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Goals galore at St Mary's

Andy Schooler says: "Given the pace of their forwards and their ability to play on the counter, it's no surprise to see Palace have a better away record than they do at home. Indeed, 17 of their 23 goals have come away. Having scored three times at both Manchester City and Liverpool, they should cause more trouble here, although the hosts have also improved since a change of management. They've had goals at both ends under Ralph Hasenhuttl and that trend looks likely to continue here." Southampton 2-2 Crystal Palace.
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Rested Reds should win convincingly

Mark O'Haire says: "Liverpool have enjoyed an 11-day break coming into this contest and Jurgen Klopp's refreshed league leaders should be ready to sweep Leicester aside with room to spare at Anfield." Liverpool 3-0 Leicester.

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Spurs to finally register a draw

Dan Fitch says: "With Tottenham's injury crisis having a real impact on their ability to find the net, this could be the match when their long run without a draw comes to an end, as they face a Watford side unbeaten in six." Spurs 1-1 Watford.
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Arsenal 2-0 Cardiff: Back the 2-0 @ 8.00
Fulham 1-2 Brighton: Back the 1-2 @ 13.00
Huddersfield 1-1 Everton: Back the 1-1 @ 7.40
Wolves 1-1 West Ham: Back the 1-1 @ 7.60
Man Utd 3-1 Burnley: Back the 3-1 @ 13.00
Newcastle 1-3 Man City: Back the 1-3 @ 12.00
Bournemouth 1-3 Chelsea: Back the 1-3 @ 14.00
Southampton 2-2 Crystal Palace: Back the 2-2 @ 15.00
Liverpool 3-0 Leicester: Back the 3-0 @ 8.60
Tottenham 1-1 Watford: Back the 1-1 @ 7.60

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