Leicester to beat Hull (12.30pm),
Southampton to beat Watford (3pm),
Newcastle to beat Huddersfield (3pm).
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Hull v Leicester
Caretaker manager Mike Phelan will apparently take charge of newly-promoted Hull City with just 13 senior players available for the visit of reigning champions Leicester City. Midfielder Jake Livermore is expected to be used as a makeshift centre back due to the injury crisis and the lack of transfer activity. While Leicester were celebrating their miraculous title win at the end of last season, Hull achieved promotion to the top-flight via the play-offs having finished the season in fourth place on the Championship table, 10 points behind Burnley.
Southampton v Watford
Southampton won eight of their 10 post-Christmas home league games last season and they finished the 2015/2016 season in sixth place, 18 points clear of Watford. Only champions Leicester City earned more points in the Premier League after the turn of the year. Watford, meanwhile, won just four of their 21 league matches after Christmas (D5, L12). Watford defied the odds by surviving in the top-flight last season but their over-reliance on Deeney and Ighalo will be of some concern to their supporters, particularly in light of the fact that Ighalo has scored just two goals in 18 Premier League appearances this year.
Newcastle v Huddersfield
Despite their opening day defeat away to Fulham, Newcastle are the clear favourites for the Championship title this season having replaced their outgoing players with some very capable new signings. They are undoubtedly the stronger of the two sides on paper and, boosted by a 52,000 capacity attendance, they will be confident of giving their season a kick-start on Saturday. Under Rafa Benitez, Newcastle remained unbeaten in their last six Premier League matches of the 2015/2016 season while Huddersfield finished the season in 19th place on the Championship table. They, unlike Newcastle, were in action in midweek having been dumped out of the EFL Cup by Shrewsbury Town of League One.
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