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Brentford’s Ivan Toney could fall foul of the referee

David Roger

Free special tips, best bets and analysis for Bournemouth v Leicester, Newcastle v Brentford and Brighton v Tottenham in the Premier League on Saturday.

where to watch

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

Best bets

Youri Tielemans to register a goal or an assist
Bournemouth v Leicester, Saturday 3pm

1pt 11-5 Betfair, Paddy Power

Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall to register a goal or an assist
Bournemouth v Leicester, Saturday 3pm

1pt 16-5 Betfair, Paddy Power

Ivan Toney will receive a card
Newcastle v Brentford, 3pm Saturday

1pt 7-2 Betfair, Paddy Power

Ryan Sessegnon on target
Brighton v Tottenham

1pt 12-5 Hills


Wilfred Ndidi’s return to defensive midfield after a forced switch to central defense will bring better balance to the Leicester squad and allow the two players on either side of him, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall and Youri Tielemans, to flourish .

James Maddison and Harvey Barnes have been applauded for the Foxes’ offensive exploits this season, but the influence of their two number eights should not be underestimated.

Only five players have racked up more assists than Tielemans’ expected 1.7 this season and he has also scored against Tottenham.

Against a Bournemouth defense which has already allowed 19 goals, the Belgian could have his say and should make it 11-5 to score or save an assist.

Only Maddison and Barnes have had more shots than Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall for Brendan Rodgers’ men and he has also had eight key assists this season. As a result, the 16-5 on the 24-year-old scoring a goal or an assist is also interesting.

Brentford’s Ivan Toney has had a strong start to the season, scoring five times already. He also maintained his high yellow card rate, picking up two bookings during this streak.

Prior to that, the striker had been booked 37 times in the last four full seasons and can often be dragged into battles with his opposing centre-back. Fabian Schar seems a likely candidate to have such a battle with the Bees striker.

As he takes on his former club Newcastle, the 7-2 over Toney picking up another card is tempting.

Emerson Royal will miss Tottenham’s clash with Brighton after being sent off against rivals Arsenal last week and given Antonio Conte’s unflattering comments about Matt Doherty and Djed Spence it seems unlikely the pair will come in as full-back replacements Right Suspended.

The most likely scenario for this game against Brighton is that Ivan Perisic will move to the right side and Ryan Sessegnon will come in at left-back.

Sessegnon has registered five shots on target in the four Premier League games he has started this season and deserves to be backed at 12-5 to clinch another one.

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