Soccer Saturday Super 6 stat pack: Chance to win £1m with six correct scores
By Billy Lumsden
Last Updated: 18/10/18 3:59pm
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Six Premier League matches make up this weekend's line-up upon its return from the international break. From the key stats to the form guide, we have the lowdown…
Bournemouth v Southampton
Key stat: This fixture has produced four draws in the last 14 meetings.
Form: The hosts are unbeaten at home this season and have only lost once in total, which has seen them enter the top six after eight games. Mark Hughes' team, meanwhile, have lost three consecutive matches by an aggregate score of 8-0 and sit just above the relegation places.
Main men: Callum Wilson has been directly involved in seven goals for Eddie Howe's side this season with three goals and four assists - only bettered by Chelsea's Eden Hazard. Danny Ings has scored four times this season, equating to 50 per cent of the travelling side's goals.
Best backed: 1-1 (11/2 with Sky Bet)
Cardiff v Fulham
Key stat: These two sides have only met twice previously in the Premier League - with Cardiff winning on both occasions - while Fulham are 21 games without a clean sheet in all competitions against the hosts.
Form: Neil Warnock's side are winless from their opening eight Premier League games and have suffered five defeats in a row, leaving them bottom of the table. Fulham have not won since the opening day of the season, which has left them in 17th, losing their last two and conceding eight in the process.
Main men: Cardiff's Josh Murphy may have only scored one of the four goals his team has mustered up this season, but he has looked promising and will look to exploit the Fulham backline with his pace. Ryan Sessegnon may not have hit top gear yet in the Premier League, but the 18-year-old has scored four goals in as many games against Cardiff in all competitions, with Aleksandar Mitrovic keen to find his sixth goal of the season.
Best backed: 1-0 (17/2 with Sky Bet)
Manchester City v Burnley
Key stat: Manchester City are unbeaten in 33 games when playing at 3pm on a Saturday, while Burnley have failed to register a win in their last 14 visits to the Etihad.
Form: Pep Guardiola's team have enjoyed an unbeaten start to the season and are currently top of the league on goal difference, earning a point at Liverpool in their last outing. Burnley look to be finding their feet as they are unbeaten in three matches and have gained seven of their eight Premier League points in their last three games.
Main men: Sergio Aguero has registered five goals thus far and has scored six in six in all competitions against the Burnley, including one in each of his last three. Sam Vokes has scored two in as many matches for the Clarets and is already halfway to his total in 2017/18.
Best backed: 4-0 (6/1 with Sky Bet)
Newcastle v Brighton
Key stat: Brighton are winless in their last 17 Premier League away games, while Chris Hughton is yet to notch a win at St James' Park since his departure from Newcastle in 2010.
Form: The Magpies occupy another place in the drop zone after failing to pick up a win from their opening eight, losing their last two games. Brighton were winless in five before they attained an important 1-0 victory against West Ham, which saw the Seagulls move up to 13th.
Main men: Rafa Benitez's side have only managed to score three goals at home, but Joselu has struck two of them. Glenn Murray has five for the season and is the joint-second top scorer behind Eden Hazard.
Best backed: 1-0 (5/1 with Sky Bet)
West Ham v Tottenham
Key stat: West Ham are without a win in seven Premier League London derbies, while Tottenham have won eight of their last 11 away games in the competition, searching for their first consecutive away win at West Ham since August 2009.
Form: The Hammers had been on a three-match unbeaten run, but were beaten 1-0 at Brighton last time out, leaving them in 15th. Mauricio Pochettino's team have won their last three games and kept clean sheets in two of them, which has taken Spurs up to fifth, just two points of the leading pack.
Main men: Marko Arnautovic has scored three in his last four at the London Stadium, making him the highest scorer at the ground, along with Manuel Lanzini (8). Harry Kane has seven in as many games against West Ham and no player has scored more away goals than the striker this season, scoring four times on his travels.
Best backed: 0-2 (9/1 with Sky Bet)
Wolves v Watford
Key stat: Wolves have conceded just one goal in their last seven fixtures in all competitions, with that goal coming at Old Trafford against Manchester United, while Watford have only registered one win in 17 at Molineux.
Form: Wolves have not lost in their last six Premier League matches, winning four of their last five and placing them in seventh position. The Hornets won their opening four games but have since failed to pick up a win from their last four, gaining one point in that time and only scoring twice.
Main men: Matt Doherty has been instrumental from the right-wing back position - finding the net in his last outing - as well as contributing to Wolves' three clean sheets in four matches. Up against him will be Troy Deeney, who has started the season with two goals and one assist, and directly contributed to both goals in Watford's 2-2 drew at Molineux in 2015.
Best backed: 2-1 (15/2 with Sky Bet)