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Tottenham v Chelsea

After 12 games of the season the to three sides in the league are unbeaten and the top 5 have not lost to any side outside their ranks. This should be a good game with Sarri having settled in at Chelsea well and Spurs recovering from their early season post world cup wobbles. Spurs though are generally a little way off the form of the last two seasons having losat three games so far this season, with Eriksen struggling with injury and Chelsea are extremely solid. Both teams have only conceded 3 goals in their last six games. The draw at 5/2 with BetVictor really appeals.

Fulham v Southampton

First point to address for Claudio Ranieri, inheriting a Fulham side who are bottom of the table having lost six games in a row? The defence where his new side have conceded a whopping 31 goals in their 12 league games. Expect them to defend narrower and look for clean sheets.

He’s got a nice looking first game to try to do that as Southampton have only scored 8 goals in 12 games and Highes is under pressure. Southampton are without a win in their last five games. With a nod to the though that 0-0 and 1-1 are a possibility the 5/2 about the draw here is also interesting, again with BetVictor

Brighton v Leicester City

Brighton are a solid Premier League prospect at home these days with threewins in their last five games and a solid mid table positioning. Leicester have coped remarkably well on the field after their tragic loss with four points out of six and it is to be hoped Maguire and Maddison back for this game.

Prices here are Brighton and the draw 2/1 and Leicester 13/8. I can’t have Leicester favourites away from home, the price is no value. Brighton at 2/1 is the value with BetVictor.