Reds, Blues and Baggies tipped to win

Liverpool, Chelsea and West Brom are among the teams strongly fancied by our tipsters to claim victories in the Premier League this weekend.

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As always, we have a number of features to help you decide what to bet on this weekend.

Trading Views Podcast:

Host Tim Clement is joined by Sky Bet's Dale Tempest, Sky Sports News Radio's Chris Siddall and TEAMtalk.com's Matthew Briggs to preview this weekend's Premier League action.

The guys discuss United's drift in the outright betting, Andre Villas-Boas' ongoing dilemma and whether Arsenal deserve to be favourites for the title.

Listen to the latest Trading Views Podcast to hear what the tipsters say about your team's game.

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Every Friday, five of TEAMtalk's writers pick an accumulator for the weekend which our friends at Sky Bet will offer specially-boosted prices on, exclusively for TEAMtalk readers.

Mark Holmes: Crystal Palace to beat Cardiff, West Brom to beat Norwich, Swansea to beat Hull City (15/2).

James Marshment: Crystal Palace to beat Cardiff, Middlesbrough to win at Birmingham, Reading to beat Bournemouth (12/1).

Pete Hall: Aston Villa to win at Fulham, Wigan to win at Millwall, Leeds to beat Watford (16/1).

James Dixon: Bolton to beat Doncaster, Reading to beat Bournemouth, Leicester to win at Brighton, Wigan to win at Millwall (18/1).

Matt Briggs: Sunderland to beat Tottenham, Millwall to beat Wigan, Yeovil to beat Charlton (30/1).

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Super 6:

The three websites under the Sky Sports Digital Media umbrella, SkySports.com, TEAMtalk.com and Football365.com, are out to prove they know better our friends at Sky Bet in a season-long Super 6 prediction challenge.

This week, anyone that correctly predicts all six scorelines will win themselves £250,000, with the week's highest scoring player claiming £5,000 if the jackpot is not won.

Sky Sports (Jon Holmes):

Crystal Palace 1 Cardiff City 1

Liverpool 3 West Ham United 0

Southampton 0 Manchester City 2

Stoke City 0 Chelsea 1

West Bromwich Albion 2 Norwich City 1

Leeds United 2 Watford 1

TEAMtalk (Ian Watson):

Crystal Palace 0 Cardiff City 0

Liverpool 4 West Ham United 1

Southampton 0 Manchester City 2

Stoke City 0 Chelsea 3

West Bromwich Albion 2 Norwich City 1

Leeds United 2 Watford 0

Football365 (Daniel Storey):

Crystal Palace 1 Cardiff City 1

Liverpool 3 West Ham United 0

Southampton 1 Manchester City 3

Stoke City 0 Chelsea 2

West Bromwich Albion 1 Norwich City 0

Leeds United 2 Watford 2

Sky Bet (Dale Tempest):

Crystal Palace 0 Cardiff City 0

Liverpool 2 West Ham United 0

Southampton 1 Manchester City 1

Stoke City 0 Chelsea 2

West Bromwich Albion 3 Norwich City 1

Leeds United 2 Watford 2

Week 12 points: Sky Sports (Lewis Rutledge) 13; Sky Bet (Dale Tempest) 8; Football365 (Matt Stanger) 4; TEAMtalk (Matt Stead) 4.

Super 6 challenge, 2013-14 - total points
WebsiteCorrect resultsCorrect scorelinesPoints
Sky Sports308100
Sky Bet29898
Football36529688
TEAMtalk21673

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