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Hughton’s Seagulls provide the value

Hughton’s Seagulls provide the value


Brighton look a big price to beat Crystal Palace on Tuesday evening, while there should be goals in the clash at the Vitality Stadium.

Bournemouth v Huddersfield BTTS @ 20/23

Although Bournemouth have lost four in a row, they’ve mainly played well, but whether or not they can be trusted at odds-on against a side who have now picked up seven points from the last available 12 is open to debate.

A better bet looks to be to back both teams to score. That’s happened in the Cherries’ last five – and five of seven at home. Four of Huddersfield’s last six have seen both teams net, while they’ve found the target in all but one of their six away games so far despite a lack of goals from their strikers.

Brighton to beat Crystal Palace @ 19/10

It’s hard to see why Palace are a shorter price than the hosts to win this one. They had a decent win on Saturday, but it was their first in nine matches. Brighton, on the other hand, have won four of their last seven and they’ve been particularly strong at home, winning three out of six and losing only once.

Glenn Murray has been scoring for fun at the Amex – he’s scored his team’s first goal in five of their six home games – and can help the Seagulls to a derby victory.

Man City to win both halves @ 8/5

The key stat here is that Manchester City have won both halves in 15 of their 22 games in all competitions this season.

Now they face a Watford team whose flying start to the season seems to be over. It’s just two wins in 11 for the Hornets, with only a single point claimed from their last four, while losing Etienne Capoue to suspension hardly helps their cause.

The hosts have shipped nine goals in their last four home games and even if Sergio Aguero is again missing, City showed on Saturday they have plenty of goals in them from other areas.

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Warren Ashurst Warren has been a sports journalist for over 25 years, both written and broadcast. Having worked as a radio commentator, he has a wealth of experience of seeing top-level sport first hand and specialises in football, golf and cricket.