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Premier League fixtures, previews and tips – 27/28/29 October

There are some exciting Premier League encounters on the cards, including Tottenham’s clash with Manchester City on Monday

The weekend can’t come soon enough, with this latest round of Premier League matches including some excellent match-ups.

Crystal Palace tackle a high-scoring Arsenal side, Manchester United go up against Everton at Old Trafford and Monday night’s clash between Spurs and City should also be a treat.


Brighton & Hove Albion 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Wolves’ bubble was burst by Watford last weekend and they should expect a stiff test at the AMEX Stadium against a Seagulls team who have won their last two matches by a 1-0 scoreline.

Brighton 1 Wolves 1

Fulham 15:00 AFC Bournemouth
Fulham’s defence has been so porous that it’s hard to see them keeping a clean sheet in this one. Attack could be the best form of defence against a lively Cherries side who drew a blank against Southampton last week.

Fulham 2 Bournemouth 2

Liverpool 15:00 Cardiff City
Jurgen Klopp will want to get the job done with the minimum of fuss although Cardiff can be made of stern stuff defensively in these type of games and Neil Warnock’s side will be out to play the role of party poopers.

Liverpool 2 Cardiff 0

Southampton 15:00 Newcastle United
Southampton are good at enacting a defensive game plan but less so when it comes to forcing the issue and perhaps this is the match where the worm starts to turn for the Magpies.

Southampton 1 Newcastle 2

Watford 15:00 Huddersfield Town
The Hornets buzzed when winning 2-0 at Molineux and they’re capable of outplaying a Terriers side who are struggling for points and goals at this juncture.

Watford 2 Huddersfield 0

Leicester City 17:30 West Ham United
We’re looking forward to an open game between two entertaining teams and it should be the attacking players on top at the King Power.

Leicester 3 West Ham 2


Burnley 13:30 Chelsea
Sean Dyche loves these sort of games and Burnley are no forlorn hope when it comes to Chelsea’s arrival, with the Clarets capable of nullifying Hazard and getting a point.

Burnley 1 Chelsea 1

Crystal Palace 13:30 Arsenal
We can’t bet against Arsenal anymore and we’ll take them to win against a shot-shy Palace side who continue to rely on Wilfried Zaha for things to happen.

Palace 1 Arsenal 2

Manchester United 16:00 Everton
Everton have won their past three games although there’s been some fortune about the previous two and we’re confident that United will return to winning ways.

Man United 2 Everton 1


Tottenham Hotspur 20:00 Manchester City
City won this fixture 3-1 last season and we’re expecting more of the same against a Spurs side who haven’t strengthened last season’s squad and don’t have complete home advantage at Wembley.

Tottenham 1 Man City 3

All odds were correct at time of posting.

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