Liverpool head to Stamford Bridge on Saturday looking to land yet another victory
We’re already looking ahead to the next Premier League Game Week, with the notable clash coming at Stamford Bridge where Chelsea clash with Liverpool.
SATURDAY 29TH SEPTEMBER
West Ham United 12:30 Manchester United
West Ham were impressive when shutting out Chelsea and they might have landed more if the team had taken some clear-cut chances. They will be confident of landing three points against a United side who have been hit-and-miss this term.
West Ham 1 Manchester United 0
Arsenal 15:00 Watford
Arsenal have won four on the bounce although Petr Cech was man of the match against Everton and the Gunners might not appreciate being roughed up by a physical Watford side who really should have beaten Fulham at Craven Cottage.
Arsenal 1 Watford 1
Everton 15:00 Fulham
Everton played a good game at the Emirates despite losing and they should have joy against a Fulham defence which has looked leaky since the season started.
Everton 2 Fulham 1
Huddersfield Town 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur
Things are looking grim for the Terriers who punched above their weight to stay up last season and they are likely to be outclassed by a Tottenham side who found their mojo again when winning at Brighton.
Huddersfield 0 Tottenham 3
Manchester City 15:00 Brighton & Hove Albion
Manchester City are going to win this game and probably not concede, although Brighton could be defensively strong enough to only concede a couple of goals.
Man City 2 Brighton 0
Newcastle United 15:00 Leicester City
Leicester came from behind to win against Huddersfield and will now head to St James’ Park to face an obstinate Newcastle side yet to win this season. The Foxes have more attacking dynamism from a front three of Vardy, Maddison and Iheanacho, with the Magpies having to start going for goals a bit more and they could be left open.
Newcastle 1 Leicester 2
Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Southampton
Wolves are looking the real deal this season and we’re happy to back them to win this game comfortably. Southampton offered little attacking threat against Liverpool and are likely to be shut out here.
Wolves 3 Southampton 0
Chelsea 17:30 Liverpool
Impossible to oppose Liverpool at the moment and they go to Stamford Bridge hungry for the win. Chelsea could play into their hands by getting on the front foot, with Mohamed Salah likely to be chief tormentor against his old club.
Chelsea 1 Liverpool 2
SUNDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER
Cardiff City 16:00 Burnley
We fancy the Bluebirds to nick a win in this game, with Neil Warnock’s side looking to grind out the three points against a Burnley side who themselves won for the first time by beating Bournemouth.
Cardiff 1 Burnley 0
MONDAY 1ST OCTOBER
AFC Bournemouth 20:00 Crystal Palace
The Cherries look a nice price to put that thrashing at Turf Moor behind them and beat a Palace side who are over-reliant on Wilfried Zaha when it comes to scoring goals.
Bournemouth 3 Palace 1
We can’t wait for another round of Premier League fixtures, with Fulham and Watford kicking off the action this weekend.
SATURDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER
Fulham 12:30 Watford
One team has four wins from five games and the other is Fulham. The Cottagers are under pressure to get a result against a settled Hornets team who could prove too strong over ninety minutes.
Fulham 1 Watford 2
Burnley 15:00 AFC Bournemouth
We’re going for another away win, with the Clarets looking short of quality in their five matches thus far and now trying to thwart a Cherries team who have been full of goals recently.
Burnley 1 Bournemouth 3
Cardiff City 15:00 Manchester City
Manchester City suffered a surprise 2-1 defeat at home to Lyon on Wednesday, although they should make no mistakes at the Cardiff City Stadium, with Sergio Aguero likely to fill his boots.
Cardiff 1 Man City 4
Crystal Palace 15:00 Newcastle United
Newcastle know how to keep things tight as they demonstrated when losing 2-1 at Manchester City, with Rafael Benitez’s side likely to try and stop Wilfried Zaha in a quest to stop Palace. But the home side can edge this one.
Crystal Palace 1 Newcastle 0
Leicester City 15:00 Huddersfield Town
This looks like a straightforward home win considering the Terriers are so short of goals at the moment, with James Maddison and Jamie Vardy likely to have plenty of joy in the attacking positions.
Leicester 2 Huddersfield 0
Liverpool 15:00 Southampton
After the excitement of Liverpool beating PSG in the Champions League, it’s back to the bread and butter of the Premier League and we fancy a fairly routine win for the Reds against a Saints team who might not have much ambition.
Liverpool 2 Southampton 0
Manchester United 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
We’re happy to oppose Manchester United at short odds, with Wolves proving hard to beat after a recent 1-1 draw against Man City before beating West Ham and Burnley.
Man United 1 Wolves 1
Brighton & Hove Albion 17:30 Tottenham Hotspur
Another match where an odds-on favourite can be opposed, with Spurs coming into this match off the back of three straight defeats and the Seagulls will feel they can get a point as a bare minimum.
Brighton 1 Spurs 1
SUNDAY 23RD SEPTEMBER
West Ham United 13:30 Chelsea
Lots to like about the way West Ham played at Everton when winning 3-1 although this is a step up in class and we think Eden Hazard can continue to shine bright.
West Ham 2 Chelsea 3
Arsenal 16:00 Everton
We’re not willing to get with the Gunners at short odds, with Marco Silva welcoming back Richarlison from suspension and he’s going to offer a real scoring threat against an Arsenal side also likely to play on the front foot.
Arsenal 2 Everton 2
All odds were correct at time of posting.