The start of four games in ten days for Premier League teams this weekend

West Ham United v Newcastle United

West Ham’s position has stabilised and they have moved out of the bottom three with two wins and a draw in their last three matches under new manager David Moyes and it is a surprise to see them available at odds against, 11/10 with BetVictor for this game against Newcastle who have lost five in a rowand slipped into the bottomthree while the side waits for a takeover to go through which hopefully would release much needed funds for strengthening in the January transfer window

Until then 11/10 West Ham feels too big

Swansea City v Crystal Palace

Swansea’s latest defeat, 3-1 at Everton on nday night, sees them bottomof the table on 12 points. Palace meanwhile have begun to climb the table.Isaw them in person beating Leicester 3-0 last weekend and a position in the bottom six looked a false one to me with their attacking flair, Zaha in particular, and Hodgson’s organisation beginning to turn their results.

Palace are unbeaten in six games, and a whopping 13/8 with BetVictor to win at struggling opponents

Brighton and Hove Albion v Watford

Two teams in poor form meet on the South Coast. Brighton are solid defensively but lack firepower but turning the odd loss into a draw is keeping them outside the relegation zone. After a strong start to the season Watford have faded with four defeats in their last five games. This is unlikely to be high scoring bvut Brighton at home may just edge this and are availabel at 13/8 to do so