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Premier League Predictions: 3 Betting tips for this weekend (Matchday 8)

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Ace Football presents detailed betting tips on the upcoming Premier League games of the weekend.

As we prepare for another matchday of the Premier League season, our experts take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming matches.

Let’s check out three betting tips for Matchday 8 of the 2022-23 Premier League campaign.

Expect goals on both sides when Forest take on Fulham

Despite their extremely busy transfer window, Forest have struggled to find their rhythm since returning to the Premier League.

The Forest will face Fulham on the back of three consecutive defeats. However, their attacking stats on home soil convince us that they will score at least once against Fulham.

On the other hand, the Cottagers’ brilliant attacking form suggest they will face little difficulty in their attempts to score against Forests’ out-of-form backline.

Goals likely when Newcastle host Bournemouth

Newcastle have failed to win any of their last five league games as they go through a tough period under Eddie Howe.

We expect the Magpies to push for the home win when they meet Bournemouth this weekend.

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The newly-promoted side have struggled hard defensively in recent weeks, which will most likely continue against Newcastle.

Given Bournemouth’s recent displays, we will most likely see an open game on Saturday.

Back both teams to score when Everton face West Ham

Everton come into their game against West Ham on the back of four consecutive draws.

Three 1-1 stalemates and a goalless draw clearly show how Frank Lampard’s side attempts (and fails) to get away with narrow wins.

The Toffees will most likely try to do the same against West Ham.

Given the Hammers’ recent defensive stats, Everton will most likely find the back of the net in the upcoming match.

However, West Ham’s current attacking form suggests they won’t leave Goodison Park empty-handed on Sunday. 

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