MARCO SILVA almost kept Hull up last season and he should have no problems doing so at Watford.

Silva's side have started with four points – a 3-3 thriller at home to Liverpool and a solid 2-0 success at Bournemouth.

An EFL Cup home defeat by Bristol City was a blip but the Hornets should get back on track at home to Brighton.

The Seagulls haven't yet come to terms with life in the Premier League and have failed to score in losses to Man City and Leicester.

They'll feel happier about visiting Vicarage Road but haven't beaten their rivals in five meetings and I'm on Watford at evens with McBookie.

Watford paid £18million to prise Andre Gray from Burnley and he is 5-1 at bet365 and BetVictor to score.

Man United have made a perfect start with 4-0 routs of West Ham and Swansea. Leicester visit Old Trafford tonight and while they are tougher opposition I can see Jose Mourinho's men extending their 100 per cent record.

The problem is United are no bigger than 1-3 (general) and that's a poor price against a decent outfit who pushed Arsenal all the way on week one before losing 4-3 at the Emirates.

Best way to approach this is to go for goals and over 3.5 has a chance at 7-4 with betfair.

Leicester have fine forwards such as Jamie Vardy, Kelechi Iheanacho, Riyad Mahrez and new boy Harry Maguire and should contribute to the goals tally.

They have netted in all but one of Craig Shakespeare's 15 Premier League games so  take both to score at evens with William Hill and United and btts at 21-10.

Romelu Lukaku has started with three goals in two games following his £75m switch from Everton and is 11-4 with Ladbrokes to score first and 3-4 to net at any time.

Big hitters will be eyeing a United/Man City double at 4-5 with McBookie. City missed chances against Everton in Monday's 1-1 draw and will be looking to make amends at Bournemouth.

Eddie Howe's men have lost two games they might have expected to win – at West Brom and home to Watford – but this time they are huge underdogs.

City are no bigger than 1-3 at William Hill so I'm not sure where the value lies … possibly the visitors to win to nil at 11-8 with William Hill.

At a big price Huddersfield could be worth a look at home to Southampton. David Wagner's men have maximum points and face a side embarrassed by Wolves stiffs in the EFL Cup in midweek.

Saints, finalists last season, fielded a strong side including Fraser Forster, Maya Yoshida, James Ward-Prowse, Dusan Tadic and Charlie Austin but went down 2-0 at home to a Championship outfit that made 11 changes.

Huddersfield have momentum from last season and the John Smith's Stadium was jumping for the visit of Newcastle last week. The Terriers are 3-1 at McBookie and 6-4 draw no bet.

In the Championship a fresh Wolves side should win at Brentford at 19-10 with McBookie and take leaders Cardiff to make it five wins in a row at home to QPR. They are 5-6 at McBookie.

Peterborough, with three wins from three, look big at 19-10 with betfair at a pointless Northampton outfit in League One.

Recommended Bets

  • Watford
  • Man City to win to nil (12.30pm)
  • Man Utd v Leicester over 3.5 match goals (5.30pm)
  • Lukaku to score first
  • Huddersfield draw no bet
  • Peterborough

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