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Sunday Premier League Tips

Our snapshot previews of all three televised Premier League games on Sunday, with the action coming from Vicarage Road, the Emirates Stadium and St Mary’s Stadium.

Watford v Stoke

btsport1 Sunday 27th November / 12pm

Watford 2-11X29/1Bet365
Watford 3-1Total Goals20/1Bet365
Troy Deeney (ew)First Goalscorer5/1Bet365
Jonathan WaltersAnytime Goalscorer31/10Ladbrokes

Last season Stoke won this fixture 2-1 with Jonathan Walters scoring both goals and they are available at best price 23/10 with BetVictor to win at Vicarage Road again.

But Watford have won 3 and drawn 1 of their last 4 home Premier League games, including a 3-1 victory over Man United, and are the 29/20 favourites with Bet365.

The Hornets have scored in all six of their home games this season; in fact they have scored in their last ten matches here going back to the end of last season.

Meanwhile, Stoke have scored in 5 of their 6 away games this season – with exactly one goal in four of those. Let’s go for a 1-1 draw, plus the 2-1 and 3-1 home wins at 11/2, 9/1 and 20/1 respectively with Bet365 (with your money back if it finishes 0-0).

Troy Deeney scored in both games between these sides last season and he’s looking for his 100th goal for Watford – back him each-way at 5/1 with Bet365 to score first.

But we’ll also suggest backing Walters to score here again at 31/10 with Ladbrokes.

Arsenal v Bournemouth

sky_sports_hd1 Sunday 27th November / 2.15pm

Arsenal 2-0Correct Score15/2Bet365
Arsenal 3-0Correct Score10/1Bet365
Mesut Ozil (ew)First Goalscorer8/1Bet365
Olivier GiroudFirst Goalscorer7/2Betfred

The Gunners won both matches against Bournemouth 2-0 last season – and you can back a repeat of that scoreline at a best price of 15/2 with Bet365.

Arsenal have averaged 2 goals a game at home this season (12 in 6 games), and so we suggest taking that 15/2, plus 10/1 on a 3-0 home win (again with the 0-0 saver).

Mesut Ozil scored in both games between these sides last season and is 8/1 to open the scoring, while Olivier Giroud has scored 5 goals in his last 5 games and is at 7/2.

Southampton v Everton

sky_sports_hd1 Sunday 27th November / 4.30pm

1-1Correct Score11/2Bet365

Ronald Koeman takes Everton to face his previous club at St Mary’s, with his current side having won just one of their last seven league games (D3, L3).

The Blues have also lost three of their last four games on the road, while the Saints have only been beaten once in their last 11 league games here (to Chelsea).

But Southampton have only won two of their six home games this season (D3, L1) and they played in the Europa League on Thursday night in Prague (losing 1-0).

Although we’d be surprised to see Claude Puel’s side lose this, given that they have drawn both of their previous Premier League games following Europa League away games (0-0 & 1-1), we suggest backing another here at a stand-out 5/2 with Betfred.

Southampton have only scored 6 goals in 6 home league games this season, and Everton 7 in 6 away league games, so let’s also plump for the 1-1 at 11/2 with Bet365 – once again with that Correct Score insurance of money-back if it finishes 0-0.

Finally, guess the First Goalscorer and minute of the first goal for this game and you can win £25,000 with BetVictor’s weekly free to enter Golden Goal competition here.