Premier League Tips: Can Arsenal, Spurs and Leicester register wins?
Another busy Saturday of Premier League football sees 16 of the top-flight’s 20 teams in action.
Liverpool v Chelsea is the standout fixture. We’ll have a preview for that one up on site tomorrow at 9am. You can checkout our preview for the other seven matches below.
West Ham United v Manchester United
The Hammers are on the up after collecting four points from six against Everton and Chelsea. They’ll fancy their chances against a United side that has won just three from six Premier League matches.
Arsenal v Watford
Javi Gracia’s Hornets have started the season in terrific form. But Arsenal at the Emirates will be a stern test. The Gunners have collected 63 points from 63 at home against sides outside the ‘top-six’ since January 2017.
Everton v Fulham
Aleksandar Mitrovic could hold the key to this match. The Serbian ace has seven goals for club and country so far this term. He’s 2/1 to net Anytime again at Goodison Park.
Both sides have started the season in similar veins of form. With one win apiece so far, it’s 29/10 about the draw.
Huddersfield Town v Tottenham Hotspur
Huddersfield have won just a single match against a traditional top-six side during their time in the Premier League. Could the hosts have a sniff with Hugo Lloris, Michael Vorm and Christian Eriksen missing for Spurs?
Manchester City v Brighton & Hove Albion
Early goals have been the order of the day at the Etihad Stadium this season. Man City have struck twice before 10 minutes in their last two home league matches.
Newcastle United v Leicester City
Claude Puel’s men to enjoy their matches against Newcastle. Leicester have won five of their last six against the Magpies, including their last two on Tyneside.
They’re 19/10 to register a second league win in a row on Saturday. The Foxes have scored three goals at St James’ Park in each of the last two seasons. They’re 28/1 to follow up last week’s 3-1 win with another here.
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Southampton
After a slow start, Wolves are now four games without defeat in the Premier League. They’re 4/5 to extend that run to five against a Saints side with just three away wins since September 2017.
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