The Premier League returns after the international break this weekend and it could be a good day for Wolves, Leicester and West Ham on Saturday.
Wolves head to Burnley and Nunu Espirito Santo’s men can ensure the Clarets remain deep in the relegation dogfight by claiming all three points at Turf Moor.
The visitors should travel to Lancashire in confident mood after seeing off Manchester United to reach the FA Cup semi-finals prior to the international break.
Wolves are winless in three on their travels but did manage a draw at Chelsea in their last away game, and they can take advantage of a struggling Clarets side, who have lost their last four in a row.
Leicester entertain Bournemouth in a mid-table clash and the Foxes can secure a third successive win as they push for a top-10 finish.
The Foxes have won three of their last four games and can continue that momentum against a Cherries outfit who have struggled for form of late.
Bournemouth have just one win in their last seven, against rock-bottom Huddersfield, but they should at least be able to grab a goal against Leicester, who have gone 11 games without a clean sheet in a run stretching back to New Year’s Day.
West Ham and Everton meet in the late kick-off and the hosts can claim a comfortable win at a big price.
The Hammers have been in fine form at home with five wins and a draw – against title challengers Liverpool – among their last six. Manuel Pellegrini’s men showed real desire and determination to fight back and stun Huddersfield in their last home game and may have an easier time of it against Everton this weekend.
The Goodison club have lost five of their last seven away games across all competitions and their two victories during that time came against sides in the bottom three.
West Ham appeal at 31/20 to win, but it could pay to be bold in this late kick off by backing the hosts with a -1 handicap.
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