Premier League betting tips: Bournemouth can move to within a point of Arsenal when they battle it out at Dean Court as Wolves look to break into the top 10 against Huddersfield.
Bournemouth vs Arsenal
Bournemouth are in danger of undoing their impressive start to the campaign after losing to Manchester United and Newcastle before the international break.
Before that, the Cherries won five games in a six-game unbeaten run that saw them sit just four points off the Champions League spots – now they trail fourth-place Tottenham by seven points.
But they have the previously injured Joshua King back in contention and the striker will be a huge boost to of the most impressive frontlines in the Premier League so far. The Cherries have scored 21 goals in their 12 games – only four teams have a better return.
Callum Wilson will also be crucial for Howe. The England international bagged on his debut during the break to make it eight goals for club and country this term and also has a great record against the Gunners – three goals in three games.
Arsenal have also seen their form stall of late. Unai Emery’s men have won just one in their last five (W1 D4), which ended a stunning run of 11 straight wins across all competitions.
The north London side should have Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette fit after they both withdrew from international duty with slight knocks – the duo have been deadly in front of goal with 15 strikes between them.
Arenal have failed to score in just two of their 15 games in all competitions, with both teams scoring in 12 of those.
Everything points to a high-scoring encounter at Dean Court.
Both teams to score can be backed at 4/5 with Novibet, or you can back Wilson to make it four in four against Arsenal as an anytime goalscorer at 29/20.
Wolves vs Huddersfield
Huddersfield have lifted themselves off the bottom of the table after picking up four points in their last two games.
Their win over Fulham was their first victory of the campaign and they followed it up with an impressive point at home against West Ham to boost their slim survival hopes.
But with just two goals in those games – and the one against Fulham an own goal – the Terriers are still struggling in front of goal. David Wagner’s side have now found the back of the net just six times in 12 games – a division low.
And that will not bode well when they go up against the best defence outside the top four. Since promotion from the Championship, Nuno’s back line has shipped just 13 goals and kept four clean sheets.
Wolves will be without left wing-back Jonny, who suffered injury during the international break, while his right-sided counterpart is considered a doubt – but you’d still back them to keep out today’s visitors.
Wolves aren’t worth backing at 8/15 but a low-scoring affair looks to be on the cards. Ten of the hosts’ Premier League games have come under 2.5 goals and I expect the same again this time out.