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Premier League football continues on Saturday with seven fixtures, all of which could have huge ramifications at both ends of the table as researched by

Terms: New Customers only. Up to £100 in Bet Credits. Sign up, deposit £5 or more to your account and bet365 will match your qualifying deposit in Bet Credits when you place qualifying bets to the same value and they are settled. Min odds/bet and payment method exclusions apply. Returns exclude Bet Credits stake. T and Cs, time limits and exclusions apply. 18+ Back Tottenham to beat Newcastle at 5/11 At lunchtime Spurs entertain Newcastle at Wembley. The Magpies pulled off a shock victory over Man City in midweek, a result that not only enhances their hopes of survival, but also gives  Spurs a chance to leap frog the current Champions into second place if they beat Rafa’s men. Despite the Magpies shock win over Manchester City, Spurs have won eight of their last ten games in the Premier League, and have Son Heung-Min back in the side, as well as the returning Lucas Moura and Erik Lamela. Following Manchester City’s defeat, the door is slightly ajar at the top of the table and Mauricio Pochettino’s side won’t slip up today. Back Chelsea to beat Huddersfield to nil at 8/11 After a humiliating defeat at Bournemouth Chelsea take on rock bottom Huddersfield, who haven’t won a Premier League game since November. Surely the Blues will bounce back after the Sarri hairdryer  treatment – they simply have to win this one or their boss could be on his way. Back Burnley and Southampton to draw at 9/4 Level on points, Burnley and Southampton are four points above the drop zone and the two sides to go head to head at Turf Moor on Saturday. Victory for either side will be a huge step to Premier League safety. The Clarets are unbeaten in their last five league games while Southampton have won four of their eight league games under new manager Ralph Hasenhüttl. Games between these two have been tight in recent times  – the last four meetings between the two have seen under 2.5 goals while the last two have ended in draws. We could see a similar result today. Back Brighton and Watford to draw at 9/4 Both Brighton and Watford will be looking to bounce back from midweek defeats when they face each other at the weekend. Brighton led 2-0 away at Fulham only to lose 4-2 while Watford were beaten 2-1 late on against Spurs. Brighton are strong at home and Watford have been decent on the road, we could be set for a high scoring draw. Back Crystal Palace to beat Fulham at 11/10 Four points ahead of the relegation zone and six points ahead of Saturday’s opponents Fulham, Crystal Palace will be looking for their first league win in four games. Roy’s side will be without talisman Zaha after the winger was sent off late on at St Mary’s in midweek. While Fulham will be full of confidence after coming from two goals down to batter Brighton last time out, the Cottagers bagged four goals in 45 minutes to enhance their survival hopes. But they’ve struggled on the road this season. Palace to win without Zaha 11/10. £10 on the fivefold returns around £560. Good luck folks. If you are having a flutter on the game please gamble responsibly. Odds can fluctuate and tips are not guaranteed to win. 18 and over and full T and C Apply.

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