IT seems ages ago but cast your mind back to before the international break and one of the shocks of the season.

Wolves went to Man City and impressively won 2-0 – and kicked off as big as 33-1.

After being hampered by Europa League qualifiers at the start of the season things are looking up for Nuno Espirito Santo's side who are 9-10 at Marathonbet to pick up their fourth win in a row.

Saints on the other hand are trying to avoid a fourth successive loss and have conceded nine in three Premier League outings. However, their two league wins have come on the road.

Wolves have kept three clean sheets on the spin and last season won this fixture 2-0. To win to nil they are 2-1 at 888sport and 21-10 with bet365 on the -1 handicap.

Norwich's up-and-down season continued with a 5-1 thumping at home to Aston Villa and they're heading down unless boss Daniel Farke can improve his side defensively and on the road.

To be fair to Farke he's had massive injury problems and he hopes several players will return for the visit to Bournemouth.

The Cherries have been inconsistent this season but I expect them to come through and with their opponents conceding 21 best bet could be Bournemouth and over 2.5 goals at 13-10 with Paddy Power.

Spurs and Chelsea are priced up short at home to Watford and Newcastle respectively and I see no reason why both won't pick up the points. The double pays 9-10 with Marathonbet.

Leicester are 3-5 with Marathonbet to beat Burnley and while it's a little short Brendan Rodgers' side should win.

Aston Villa are a much bigger price at 7-5 with Marathonbet at home to a Brighton outfit whose best work comes at home.

John McGinn's netted three this season and following his Scotland hat-trick against San Marino is 4-1 at Paddy Power to strike again.

Everton are on a terrible run of four defeats and just over evens to beat West Ham at home. The Hammers have lost one out of five and I'm taking them at 15-8 with Paddy Power draw no beat in the early kick-off.

Crystal Palace entertain Man City in the late game and the champions are so short I'm not sure where the value lies. City have netted 13 in four away games so City and over 3.5 goals at 7-5 with Paddy Power could be the call.

Biggest game of the weekend is Man United v Liverpool tomorrow and while the home men usually raise their game at home to better sides I fear for them against the European champions, especially without keeper David de Gea and Paul Pogba.

Liverpool have won eight out of eight without being at their best and are no bigger at 8-11 with Betway to extend their perfect record.

It's incredibly short considering they haven't won at Old Trafford since 2014 but I'm still tempted by Liverpool -1 at 9-5 with Ladbrokes.

In the Championship I like Bristol City at 17-10 with Marathonbet at a Luton side that's conceding too many goals.

Swansea slipped up a couple of weeks ago at a Stoke side who were bottom at the time but shouldn't suffer a repeat at a Barnsley outfit who have sunk to second bottom after just one win this season. The Swans are 19-20 at 20-21 with boylesports.

Recommended Bets

  • Wolves
  • Wolves to win to nil
  • Bournemouth & over 2.5 goals
  • Spurs/Chelsea double
  • Aston Villa
  • McGinn to score
  • West Ham draw no bet
  • Man City & over 3.5 goals
  • Bristol City

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