Brighton were exceptional in their opener against Watford, together with Graham Potter’s type of football taking effect.
I am not suggesting they will be world beaters, however, Albion have a great record against West Ham, winning three and drawing one of their past four meetings. There is no shame in the Hammers dropping their opener 5-0 to Manchester City, however, the Amex is going to be buoyant and expectant, and that I really do think 8/5 does look long for Albion to procure a third straight home victory against West Ham.
Next, I have Aston Villa to beat Bournemouth in your home.
I believed Dean Smith’s guys were remarkable in their challenging opener from Spurs, while Eddie Howe’s men surrendered overdue to draw at home to Sheffield United.
17/10 looks really backable considering Bournemouth lost 13 of the 19 games away last season, while conceding at least twice in their last 14 on the road in the Prem.
Villa Park will probably be a difficult place to visit this year, and the Cherries are the first to discover out that.
Another newly-promoted side next: I’ve Norwich beating Newcastle in the home.
The Canaries were valiant in defeat at Anfield past Friday, and still managed to finish their game using an xG double as large as Newcastle, who dropped at against Arsenal.
I must say this is a fairly tough one to call, however Norwich have luggage of intentions inside them–after scoring 93 times last season–and that I don’t think Steve Bruce’s side have sufficient to counteract that. ??
That is another choice where I’ve gone for a slightly more affordable price, but only like the Villa-Bournemouth game, the home side are still the ones to see.

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