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James Maddison could enter the book against Crystal Palace

Alex Morton

Free special tips, best bets and analysis for Fulham v Bournemouth, Wolves v Nottingham Forest and Leicester v Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday.

where to watch

Leicester v Crystal Palace
BT Sports 1, 12:30 p.m.

Best bets

Neeskens Kebano will record an assist
Fulham v Bournemouth, 3 p.m.
1pt 7-2 Betfair, Paddy Power

Cheikhou Kouyate will receive a card
Wolves v Nottingham Forest, 3 p.m.
1pt 4-1 Betfair, Paddy Power

James Maddison will receive a card
Leicester v Crystal Palace

1pt 13-8 bet365

Insight

Fulham know better than anyone how quickly things can turn sour in the Premier League and after defeats to Newcastle and West Ham they will be determined to get back to winning ways at home to Bournemouth.

They will be hoping main man Aleksandar Mitrovic returns from injury to lead the line, but even without the skilful Serbian, who has six league goals to his name this season, there are players who could do damage to Fulham.

One of them is Congolese winger Neeskens Kebano, who could be worth a bet to register an assist against the Cherries at 7-2.

Kebano already has three assists to that name this season, having netted in each of his side’s last two games against Newcastle and West Ham.

No Fulham player improved on their tally of two assists in the loss to West Ham and the 30-year-old winger is capable of causing problems for Bournemouth, who have looked leaky on the road in the Premier League this campaign.

A cautious affair is expected when the struggling pair Wolves and Nottingham Forest meet at Molineux and referee Thomas Bramall could have a busy afternoon.

Forest have picked up 27 yellow cards this season, more than any other Premier League side, and Tricky Trees talent Cheikhou Kouyate could be worth 4-1 to be shown a card.

Midfielder Kouyate has only entered the book twice in the league this season but could be in for a tough time given the strength and experience of the Wolves midfielder, which will be bolstered by the return by Ruben Neves.

Basement boys Leicester suffered a blow in a 2-1 loss to Bournemouth last Saturday and the Foxes’ frustration could surface quickly if they get off to a slow start against Crystal Palace.

One player who could be at risk of being booked is midfielder James Maddison, who has been brilliant up front but has struggled with his temper at times this season, picking up four Premier League yellow cards.

Maddison is often deployed on the right side of Leicester’s midfield meaning he is likely to come up against ace winger Wilfried Zaha and could be forced into the odd cynical foul to help right-back Timothy Castagne .

Maddison is a decent bet at 13-8 to be shown a card.


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FIRST PUBLICATION AT 1:30 PM, OCTOBER 14, 2022

Ruth J. Leeds