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With a huge 5-1 home defeat in the week vs Watford, Cardiff will be looking to bounce back against a very out of form Everton who have picked up 9 points from the last available 33.

Richarlison has scored 2 goals in those last 11 games and have left Everton with a clear void in the offensive end.

Cardiff have picked up 68% of their points this season at home and have won 50% of their games at home against teams outside of the top 6.

Cardiff Win, 11/4

Huddersfield are on track to go down as one of the worst teams in Premier League history, they’ve lost 7 home games on the trot and have scored 0.42 goals a game at home this whole season.

Wolves on the other hand are on track to become one of the highest finishing newly promoted teams in Premier League history.

Raul Jimenez has scored 10 goals and has scored 4 in his last 4, he’ll look to capitalize on a shocking Huddersfield defence.

Wolves win, 4/

Leicester sacked Claude Puel in the week after their humiliating 4-1 loss to Palace leaving them winless since the first day of the year.

Despite the loss, Leicester did register 28 shots which will bode well against struggling Brighton.

Brighton have picked up a mere 8 points away from 13 games but did have a gameweek to rest after the postponing of their game against Chelsea in the week. With Mike Stowell stepping in as interim for this game it’s a hard one to call but Leicester’s quality could shine through.

Both Teams to Score is 19/20

Arguably the game of the evening,Newcastle take on Burnley with Newcastle winning their last 3 at home and Burnley hoping to go 9 games unbeaten.

Chris Wood has been in blistering form scoring 6 in his last 8 appearances and will likely cause issues. Newcastle’s record at St James Park is improving but may be a tough one to maintain against a thriving Burnley.

Burnley to win/draw is 3/4

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