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Man Utd, Southampton and West Ham in terrific 5/2 treble

Coral are once again on top form, offering incredible enhanced odds to kick-off a weekend of fantastic Premier League fixtures.

Giants Manchester United and high riders Southampton and West Ham United will all benefit from a home advantage and are available at a thrilling 5/2 all to win their respective games.

The Red Devils clash with Crystal Palace, whilst the Saints host Leicester City and the Hammers welcome Aston Villa.

Manchester United v Crystal Palace
History certainly favours the hosts in this encounter, as United did the double over Palace last campaign, and have lost just six of 34 league encounters with their visitors.

The Red Devils are odds-on favourites at 1/3 to win in front of the Old Trafford faithful, after defeating the Eagles 2-0 on both occasions last term, and are 11/2 to replicate that scoreline once more.

Skipper Wayne Rooney and flying Dutchman Robin van Persie both bagged a goal in their previous two outings against Palace, making them evens and odds-on at 10/11 to be on target again anytime respectively and torment their visitors.

Southampton v Leicester City
The Saints will be aiming to keep pace at the top of the table, and enjoy a fantastic fourth successive league victory against the relegation-threatened Foxes.

Super Southampton have scored 10 in their last three league outings, including an 8-0 smashing of Sunderland and gritty 1-0 wins over Stoke City and Hull City, proving they can triumph with style as well as grind out results.

Ronald Koeman is odds-on at 4/9 to steer the Saints to yet another three points, against a Leicester team without a scalp in their last five outings.

Whilst Southampton striker Graziano Pelle has hit headlines for his attacking exploits, the Saints have also impressed defensively. After conceding just five league goals in 10 games, the south coast club are 27/20 to win to nil.

West Ham United v Aston Villa
The Hammers and Villans are also at opposing ends of the league table, with Sam Allardyce’s side pushing for a top four spot.

Villa, by comparison, are in an extremely poor vein of form, having lost six games on the trot, conceding 15 goals and scoring just one.

West Ham, meanwhile, have only suffered one defeat in their last seven outings and are odds-on favourites at 8/11 to ease past their visitors.

With star striker and Premier League Player of the Month Diafra Sakho (evens to net anytime) potentially returning to first team action, and attacking partner Enner Valencia (4/1 to fire home first) also in a prolific mood, the Hammers are also available at 19/10 to win to nil.