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Matt Briggs' Numbers Game betting blog had readers firmly in profit last season and is returning for this campaign as a live chat between 2-3pm every Friday.

The discerning gamblers among you are well advised to keep a close eye on Matt's tips each week, but we also know there are plenty of you that enjoy a more speculative punt on a multiple-team accumulator.

We've all suffered at the hands of a 'dead cert' costing us a fortune with a shock slip up at home to the league's no-hopers, and this season the TEAMtalk writers are going to suffer their humiliation publicly by revealing our long-odds accumulators.

The hope, of course, is that we can beat the bookies for once and turn a profit - and our friends at Sky Bet are providing price boosts on all of our tips, exclusively to TEAMtalk readers, to ensure you get the very best price on our selections.

This week's selections

Three of our five writers have plumped for Norwich to beat Everton at Carrow Road, while two believe newly-promoted Cardiff can claim something from their trip to West Ham.

Southampton to win at West Brom is also included in two of our tipsters' selections, as is Manchester United to overcome a tricky trip to Swansea, and Sunderland to beat Fulham at the Stadium of Light.

Remember, the prices on all of these accumulators have been boosted exclusively for TEAMtalk readers - and new Sky Bet customers can even claim a completely free £10 bet.

James Marshment: Sunderland, Manchester United and Tottenham all to win (7/1)

Mark Holmes: Norwich, West Ham and Sunderland all to win (14/1)

Ian Watson: Liverpool and Cardiff to win; Swansea to draw (20/1)

Pete Hall: Norwich, Manchester United and Southampton all to win (20/1)

Head to Sky Bet to bet on our selections, and use the story comment facility below to let us know where your money is going this weekend.

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