RedsBet caught up with Aldo to hear his thoughts on the upcoming Premier League fixtures and the reasons behind this week's picks.

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Former Liverpool striker and RedsBet ambassador John Aldridge gives us his tips on the Premier League action every weekend. This week he has gone for home wins for Leicester, Liverpool and Chelsea. 

RedsBet have enhanced the odds from 2.20 to 2.45!

Leicester to beat Burnley

It was an incredible performance by the Leicester players to go to Cardiff last weekend and put in the performance that they did. They deserve immense credit given the circumstances and its hats off all to them.

This week they play their first game back at the King Power since the tragic event and it will be another emotional occasion. Their players will want to make their owner and their fans proud and I expect them to make it two wins on the bounce.

Burnley’s awful start to the season shows no sign of improving, after conceding 13 goal in their last three games against West Ham, Chelsea and Manchester City.

Liverpool to beat Fulham

It was a disappointing night in Belgrade on Tuesday and I fully expect The Reds to go all out and produce a reaction on Sunday.

The atmosphere in Serbia was like nothing I’ve ever seen before and I imagine it may have got to the players.

Fulham have the worst defensive record in the Premier League, conceding 29 goals in their first 11 games. We’ve been waiting for our front three to click all season and surely there will be no better chance for them to do so than at home to Fulham.

Chelsea to beat Everton

In any other season we’d be talking about this Chelsea side running away with the league, but with Manchester City and The Reds having the campaigns that they are having as well it is getting lost just how well Maurizio Sarri’s men have started this season.

Off the back of scoring seven goals in their last two games I see them as having a bit too much for Everton on Sunday.

Its set up to be a decent game to watch for the neutral however as Everton won’t just sit back and hope for the best. You could see when they went to Old Trafford that they had a go and were unlikely not to get something from the game. However, with some of the football Chelsea are playing and a motivated Ross Barkley facing his former club – I believe they will have too much for The Blues.


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