Crystal Palace served us well last weekend and can strike again when Newcastle come to Selhurst Park.
The Eagles have had a bit of a mixed season to date and it is no surprise that their 1-0 win at Huddersfield coincided with Wilfried Zaha’s return.
Zaha is amongst the Premier League’s elite and will be the star turn on a pitch that will feature players that are largely in the functional rather than fantastic mould.
Newcastle have just one point to their name from what admittedly has been a tough run of opening fixtures but despite some of their players targeting this game, a home win has to be the top tip of the day.
A tough summer looked set to end Queens Park Rangers’ season before it had even started but they are unbeaten in their last five in all competitions, a run that has included four wins.
They take on a Norwich team who themselves are going well with a couple of wins in their last two but it is still tough to gauge what to expect from the Canaries.
The R’s are making Loftus Road a bit of a fortress and they can continue their winning run today.
Those of us who grew up watching Italian football in the ‘90s remember not one but two great Parma teams and after a tough few years, including a couple of bankruptcies, their new incarnation is back in the big time.
The Crociati won 1-0 at Inter last weekend and welcome a Cagliari side who drew 1-1 with Milan last time out.
Despite beating Atalanta recently, they do traditionally struggle on the road and I fancy a successful afternoon for Serie A’s returning heroes.
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