Back after the International break, with Liverpool and Manchester City locked in a titanic title battle

Brighton v Southampton

An important game for two sides just outside the bottom three in a south cost derby. Brighton ended a poor run of form with successive league wins to climb to a 33 point total and 15th place.

Southampton have improved substantially under Hassenhuttl but performances haven’t really been reflected in an improvement of league position with Southampton now 16th. That improved set of performances, notably seen in more consistent goal-scoring especially from midfield sees Southampton as the value here at 2/1 with BetVictor

Burnley v Wolves

Burnley failed to beat 10 men Leicester at home before the break, a result that dropped the side down to 17th two points clear of the relegation zone. This match is another tough task against a Wolves side in 7th in their first season back in the Premier League. Wolves are difficult to break down and very skilled in transition/on the counter attack and the 6/4 available with BetVictor for the away win is good value.

West Ham v Everton

This looks like, and betting prices suggest, a close game. West Ham are in the top half, with three wins in their last five league games and beat Huddersfield 4-3 at home last time out.

Everton beat Chelsea 2-0 in an upset and this continues their inconsistent form without a run of results to climb the table but capable of beating any team

All things said, the 7/4 about the home win here with BetVictor is an attractive price.