Premier League: A grind rather than a glide for the Red Devils on Saturday

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A busy Saturday in the Premier League. Chris Graham (@chrisgraham79) picks out his best bets from the card.

Chelsea v Watford | Saturday 12:30 | Sky Sports

  • Chelsea ravaged by injury and discontent
  • Kante, Luiz and Bakayoko could all be out on Saturday
  • This game takes place just 62 hours after the end of Chelsea’s gruelling 3-3 draw with Roma in the Champions League
  • Chelsea one home Premier League win in four this season
  • Watford above Chelsea in the table in the fourth
  • Fresh from beating Arsenal last week. Confidence high.
  • At 17/2 they have to be backed today with the game set up for them. In the interests of giving myself a chance of a winner I’ll back them +1.5 as well.

Huddersfield v Man Utd | Saturday 15:00

  • The early fizz that enveloped Huddersfield in the Premier League has gone flat
  • The Terriers haven’t scored in over a month and are starting to resemble 2016/17 Middlesbrough
  • Up against a side who’ve conceded just two league goals this season it’s hard to see them scoring
  • It’s a must win for the Old Trafford side and they should be good enough to grind rather than glide to victory
  • Only Spurs have scored more than twice against Huddersfield and that pattern can continue here.
  • Man Utd and Under 3.5 Goals looks a sound bet.

Newcastle v Crystal Palace | Saturday 15:00

  • One of the key questions this weekend is what effect Crystal Palace’s brilliant win last week will have on their season. A one off, or a real turn in form?
  • I’ll back them to register here in what should be a tough match in the North East
  • Newcastle have been impressive this season and looked great against Southampton on Sunday
  • Top 10 aspirations not beyond them
  • Palace the key here, I’m hoping their performance buoys them into a strong performance here and scorelines of 1-1 and 2-1 looks runners.

Best Bets 

Chelsea v Watford – Watford +1.5 (4/5 Unibet)

Huddersfield v Man Utd – Man Utd to win and Under 3.5 Goals (Evens Unibet)

Newcastle v Crystal Palace – Both Teams To Score (10/11 Unibet)

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Chris first got interested in betting back in 2000 when he began working in betting shops throughout Scotland. He has remained in the industry ever since, specialising in marketing and PR roles. Outside of betting, his interests are listening to Blur and following Queen Of The South.

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