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Leicester to make Premier League top-four statement at Crystal Palace?

Craig Burley didn't mince his words on Leicester City's 9-0 drubbing of Southampton.

An 8/1 winner in the Carabao Cup saved the day for us in midweek as we correctly called Aston Villa to beat Wolves 2-1. The Premier League returns this weekend and we fancy Leicester City to win again when they travel to Selhurst Park.

Running total: +£11.40

The Banker

Leicester City, our ante-post pick for a top-six finish this season, are absolutely flying and we fancy them at 11/10 to win at Crystal Palace. There's so much to like about this Leicester side, who wrote themselves into the record books last time out with that 9-0 win at Southampton. Jamie Vardy is the Premier League's in-form striker, and the 32-year-old is clearly far more than just a pace merchant who can only score goals when the ball is knocked over the top.

Fans are also seeing the best of Belgium star Youri Tielemans, who has been consistently excellent for the Foxes so far this term. Leicester are third in the table and just two points behind Manchester City. The innovative manager Brendan Rodgers has got them purring and it's going to take a good side to beat them on current form.

Palace won't just rollover -- they've kept six clean sheets in their last 10 home games -- but the Foxes are flying and represent a cracking bet here at odds against.

Selection: £5 on Leicester City to win at 11/10 with bet365.

The Tasty Treble

Manchester United look a bet at 23/20 when they face a struggling Bournemouth side in Saturday's early kick-off. Eddie Howe's men have failed in score in any of their last three Premier League games while United, who have won their last three, look a much more dangerous side with Anthony Martial restored to their attack.

Elsewhere Brighton (4/6) have solid claims to see off a Norwich side who've won just one of their last nine league matches. Brighton are a much more expansive side under Graham Potter and could move into the top half of the table with a win at the Amex.

Finally add in Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool at 1/3 to beat Aston Villa. The Reds have been magnificent so far this season and are now unbeaten in 27 Premier League matches. If you still need any convincing, Liverpool have won 13 Premier League away matches at Villa, more than against any other side. The treble is paying better than 7/2 with bet365 should go very close.

Selection: £4 on the treble at 3.77/1 with bet365.

The First Goal Flutter

Sergio Aguero scored twice as Manchester City bear Southampton in the Carabao Cup in midweek and he looks the obvious choice at 5/2 in terms of a first goal scorer when the teams meet for a second time in five days this weekend. Manchester City have won their last five Premier League meetings with Southampton, and the in-form Argentine can add to the eight league goals he already has this season by notching first.

Selection: £4 on Aguero to score first at 5/2 with bet365.

The Euro Wager

AC Milan were once the most feared team in Europe during a spell of beguiling brilliance in the late 1980s and early 1990s, a period when Serie A was the pinnacle of Europe's major five leagues. However they are no longer the force of old, and having had no less than eight manager's since 2014 look worth opposing against Lazio this weekend. The Rome giants managed to keep hold of star men such as Ciro Immobile and midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic in the summer, and hammered Torino 4-0 in midweek. They should have too much firepower for a Milan side that have failed to win any of their last three home games, and odds of 7/5 about an away win look decent.

Selection: £5 on Lazio to win at 7/5 with bet365.

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