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Chelsea, Man City, Man Utd and Southampton all to win at 10/3

Back these odds-on favourites in their respective Premier League fixtures Chelsea, Man City, Man Utd and Southampton all to win at an enhanced 10/3 price with Coral, for a chance to win big.

Jose Mourinho’s title-favourites host Aston Villa, the Sky Blues travel east to Hull City, the Red devils entertain bogey club West Ham United and the Saints welcome strugglers QPR.

Chelsea v Aston Villa
Mourinho’s Blues (odds-on at 2/9 for victory) have been dominant in the Premier League this term, winning four out of their first five games, and gained a creditable draw against defending champions Man City at the Etihad last time out.

Their form has been largely down to the exploits of Spain superstar scoring striker Diego Costa, who has seven goals from five league appearances already. He is odds-on at 4/7 to net anytime, and 2/1 for two or more.

In Chelsea’s last two home meetings with Villa, they have scored an impressive 10 goals, winning both, and are 7/1 chances to get over 4.5 again.

Hull v Man City
The Etihad outfit won both of their battles with the Tigers last term 2-0, so back them to record that scoreline in their favour again at 13/2. Manuel Pellegrini’s men, meanwhile, are odds-on at 4/7 for another victory, and 13/8 to do so to nil once more.

David Silva, Edin Dzkeo and Yaya Toure were amongst the goals for the Sky Blues last season against Hull, so back them at 2/1, 6/5 and 15/8 respectively to net again anytime.

Man Utd v West Ham
United’s attack will be relishing this encounter, knowing that the Red Devils have won 10 of their last 11 matches against the Hammers in the Premier League. Louis van Gaal’s side are odds-on at 2/5 to beat them again.

In those last 11 games, they scored an average of 2.6 goals, so back them at 6/5 to get over 2.5 again.

Captain Wayne Rooney has been a large part in his side’s incredible run against West Ham, having netted 10 in his last nine in all competitions. He is evens in the anytime market, and 5/1 to bag a brace or better, as he did in the last encounter.

Southampton v QPR
The Saints have started the season in fantastic fashion, having proved doubters wrong after three wins in their first five games in the Premier League sees them up in second place, behind only leaders Chelsea.

Southampton (odds-on 4/9 favourites for victory) will also be in confident mood, with the news that QPR’s midfield is heavily depleted. Joey Barton, Jordon Mutch and Adel Taarabt are all out, while Sandro and Niko Kranjcar are both doubts, with the latter injuring his knee in training due to celebrating a goal.