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Premier League predictions, betting tips & match previews: Best bets for Tuesday night’s non-televised games

Leigh Copson 12 Dec 2017
Stephen Ward of Burnley (credit: Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)

Premier League predictions for Tuesday night’s non-televised games. Can high-flying Burnley continue their sensational start to the season and will Watford get back to winning ways when they visit rock-bottom Crystal Palace? Read on for all of our free predictions and betting tips for 3pm on Saturday.

Burnley v Stoke City

Burnley continue to fly high in the seventh spot in the Premier League, with the weekend win over Watford keeping them hot on the heels of the top five while also opening up a healthy cushion between themselves and eighth place. It really has been a sensational first few months of the season for the Clarets and if they can continue their good form through this hectic festive period, they will remain firmly on course for their best ever showing in the Premier League.

The Clarets have not managed back-to-back wins since late October/early November, but they will have an opportunity to string together victories on Tuesday night when they entertain a Stoke City side that will have been wounded by the 5-1 thrashing they suffered at Tottenham Hotspur at the weekend. The Potters have now won just one of their last six Premier League games, losing three of the last four, and that means they go to Turf Moor in desperate need of a win.

However, Turf Moor is one of the last places you want to go when in need of three points, especially when you boast one of the worst away records in the top flight. The Clarets have lost just twice at home this season and have won three of their last four outings at Turf Moor, so I am backing them to follow up that weekend win over Watford with three more points from this visit of Stoke.

Crystal Palace v Watford

Crystal Palace extended their unbeaten run in the Premier League to five games this past weekend, but they will have been kicking themselves for failing to convert a last-gasp penalty that would have given themselves all three points against Bournemouth. Christian Benteke’s spot-kick failure meant they had to settle for a 2-2 draw – a result that sent them back to the bottom of the table thanks to Swansea City’s success against West Bromwich Albion.

Palace will now look to haul themselves off the foot of the table on Tuesday night, with the visitors to Selhurst Park a Watford side that have taken just one point from their last three games and are looking to get back on track after slipping out of the top eight with the defeat at Burnley this past weekend.

The Hornets’ away form certainly suggests they are capable of that – they have been one of the better travellers in the top flight so far this season. However, Palace are unbeaten in their last five games and their home form over the past couple of months has been solid enough – they have now gone six games without defeat in all competitions at Selhurst Park. Three of the last four have ended in draws though, so a stalemate looks to be a real possibility here.

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