Premier League Saturday treble: Brentford, Chelsea and Palace should all get home

Planet Sport tipster Pete Farries picks out a top treble from Saturday's 3pm Premier League kick-offs involving Brentford, Chelsea and Crystal Palace which has been price-boosted to 9/2.

Bonfire night may be done and dusted but there's still a chance to burn the bookies thanks to Planet Sport tipster Pete Farries.

Farries has picked out an enticing treble from the 3pm Premier League kick-offs involving Brentford, Chelsea and Crystal Palace for Saturday, November 6.

And, thanks to a price boost from Planet Sport Bet, you can get 9/2 on all three home sides winning.

Chelsea go into Saturday's game with Burnley on the back of four successive wins, while Brentford entertain Norwich fresh from three league defeats. However, despite their contrasting form, Farries believes both London sides are "shoo-ins".

"Brentford's form has dipped a little bit recently, said Farries. "But Norwich are completely beleagured, with just one away goal this season."

Indeed, there has been speculation that a third successive defeat for the Canaries could signal the end for Daniel Farke, who is vying with Aston Villa's Dean Smith for favouritism in the 'Next Manager to Leave' market.

Daniel farke Norwich Aug21

Losing his job is not a concern for Thomas Tuchel, however, with Chelsea riding a wave on the back of their Champions League win and three points clear at the top of the Premier League table.

"Chelsea are all-conquering at the moment," said Farries who believes the European champions will have few problems with Burnley despite the Clarets' picking up three points from Brentford last time out.

The third leg of his treble sees Farries plumping for Crystal Palace in their home clash against Wolves.

Raul Jiminez Wolves Nov21

Bruno Lage's visitors have won four of their last five. But while the Planet Sport tipster believes Wolves have "improved massively" he thinks the bookies have got it wrong when it comes to Saturday's clash.

And he believes Palace can count themselves unfortunate not to at least be as high as Wolves in the table after drawing games "they could and should, for example Newcastle, have won".

"I feel there has been a little bit of an over-correction in the market [with regards to Wolves]," he continued. "Palace are absolutely brilliant value generally and good value in this bet."

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