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Free special tips, best bets and analysis for Wolves v Brighton, Manchester City v Fulham and Everton v Leicester in the Premier League on Saturday.

where to watch

Everton v Leicester
Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event, 5:30 p.m. Saturday

Best bets

Solly March to score or assist
1point 11-4 Betfair, Paddy Power

Willian scores a shot on target
1pt 12-5 Betfair, Paddy Power

Over 3.5 cards at Everton against Leicester
1pt 5-6 Betfair, Paddy Power

Wout Faes to save a shot on target
1pt 11-2 Betfair, Paddy Power


One of the main attributes of Brighton’s success over recent seasons has been the positional versatility of their players.

That’s perhaps best demonstrated by Solly March, who has already played in six different positions this season. The 28-year-old is an underrated cog in the Seagulls machine and he could have a say in their clash with Wolves.

March’s expected goal tally of 2.3 is one of the highest in the Premier League for a player yet to score, and he has already registered two assists.

Therefore, the 11-4 on the versatile asset claiming a goal or an assist is interesting.

Fulham face an uphill battle at Manchester City but they could be buoyed by recent performances from Pep Guardiola’s side who haven’t been up to speed.

The Citizens allowed five shots on target against Leicester in their last league game and Cottagers winger Willian is expected to shoot on goal in this encounter.

The former Arsenal and Chelsea player ranks in the top ten in the league for shots on target per 90 minutes with 1.59. He is interesting at 12-5 to fire another shot on target at the Etihad.

Everton have been involved in a number of combative encounters this season and have picked up the most cards in the Premier League while also ranking second in yellow cards given to their opponents.

As a result, they are averaging over 4.5 cards per game in the new campaign and this fixture’s referee, David Coote, gave the second highest number of bookings per game last season. Take the 5-6 that there are four or more cards in the late kickoff.

Another feature of Everton’s season has been allowing shots from set pieces – their tally of 68 is the highest in the league.

Wout Faes improved Leicester defensively but was also an aerial threat in France, scoring three headed goals for Reims last season and registering 11 headed shots.

The centre-back is yet to fully translate this aspect of his Premier League game, but this game against Everton could be the perfect opportunity.

The 11-2 about him registering a shot on target seems too big.


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Ruth J. Leeds