AFC Bournemouth 19:45 Huddersfield Town
The Cherries have lost their past four matches although they have faced Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City in that time. Things should be easier against a Huddersfield side who have enjoyed a recent resurgence.
Bournemouth are always full of goals at home, with the Terriers having scored in recent away matches at Watford and Wolves, with the home side likely to come through in the end.
Bournemouth to win + BTTS @ 27/10 with Ladbrokes
Brighton & Hove Albion 19:45 Crystal Palace
We’re surprised that Brighton have reached such a big price to win this derby, especially as home advantage arguably counts for more in these type of clashes.
Chris Hughton has aimed to make the Seagulls as hard to beat as possible at the AMEX Stadium and they’ve only been turned over once, with Spurs slightly fortunate to win that game.
Palace have shown improvement in their past couple of games but there’s still a lack of goals in the team and an over-reliance on Zaha.
Brighton to win @ 2/1 with BetVictor
West Ham United 19:45 Cardiff City
Manuel Pellegrini continues to show he’s the real deal, with West Ham improving under the Chilean and they can follow up that 3-0 win at Newcastle with a victory over Cardiff.
The Bluebirds are scrapping away and doing enough to stay afloat in the Premier League at the moment, although they are likely to be exposed away from home and we’ll side with West Ham here.
West Ham to win @ 4/6 with BetVictor
Watford 20:00 Manchester City
We’re pleased to be able to back Manchester City at odds-against to win without reply at Vicarage Road, with the champions having conceded just once on the road this season.
Watford are currently shot-shy and won’t be too adventurous against a team who are likely to dominate and carve out chances, with a comfortable City win is on the cards.
Manchester City win to nil @ 5/4 with BetVictor