Mr. Predictor looks at the midweek Premier League matches

Brighton v Crystal Palace – Tuesday 4 December – Premier League – BET HERE

There’s an old rivalry between this pair that gives this game a bit of spice, and both teams will want to keep up their form after winning on Saturday. Brighton have only lost once at home so far this season and have won three of their six games at the Amex. Palace just picked up their first home win of the season, but they’ve lost four out of seven away this season. I’m backing a Draw.

Match Tip: Under 2.5 Goals
Mr. Predictor’s Verdict: Brighton 1 v 1 Crystal Palace

Montpellier v Lille – Tuesday 4 December – Ligue 1 – BET HERE

Montpellier have gone above Lille in the table after their win at Monaco at the weekend. They’re now second in the league and have won four of their last five games at home. Lille have dropped to fourth and are without a win in their last four matches. Montpellier won this fixture 3-0 last season and, even though Lille are much improved, I still fancy a Home Win.

Match Tip: Over 1.5 Goals
Mr. Predictor’s Verdict: Montpellier 2 v 1 Lille

Fulham v Leicester – Wednesday 5 December – Premier League – BET HERE

Fulham have lost eight of their last ten league games and haven’t managed to keep a clean sheet so far this season. They have to take hope from the fact that they won their last game at Craven Cottage, because Leicester are unbeaten in their last six games in all competitions. They have only lost three of their seven away games so far, but I think Claudio Ranieri will get a point against his old club.

Match Tip: Both Teams to Score
Mr. Predictor’s Verdict: Fulham 1 v 1 Leicester

Manchester United v Arsenal – Wednesday 5 December – Premier League – BET HERE

United have only won four of their ten home games in all competitions this season, but Jose Mourinho can bring in Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial here. Victory over Spurs has extended Arsenal’s unbeaten run to 19 games in all competitions, although they haven’t won at Old Trafford in the league since 2006. I have to go for Both Teams to Score in this one, since it’s happened in 11 out of 14 league games for both teams, as well as in four of their last five meetings. I see a Draw.

Match Tip: Both Teams to Score
Mr. Predictor’s Verdict: Manchester United 1 v 1 Arsenal