There are seven Premier League matches taking place on Saturday, including Chelsea’s visit to the Britannia Stadium
The Premier League is back on Saturday and here are our correct score predictions and best bets for each game:
Bournemouth v Newcastle 12:45
The Cherries are struggling to get points and they might come off worse against a Newcastle team who are looking the part despite a 3-0 reverse in the Tyne-Wear derby. They could well have beaten Stoke last weekend instead of drawing and should have too much in this lunchtime clash.
CORRECT SCORE: Bournemouth 1 Newcastle 2
BETTING TIP: Newcastle to win @ 12/5 with BetVictor
Leicester v Watford 15:00
Arsenal are the only team to beat the Foxes this season. But Manchester City are the only side to have beaten the Hornets on the road. So perhaps we’ll see a tight match on Saturday, with Jamie Vardy being quietened by unexpected opposition.
CORRECT SCORE: Leicester 0 Watford 0
BETTING TIP: Under 2.5 Goals @ evens with Paddy Power
Man Utd v West Brom 15:00
This looks straightforward enough. Manchester United are a clean sheet machine right now and they should easily contain a West Brom team who are also more preoccupied with keeping things tight than playing an expansive attacking game.
CORRECT SCORE: Manchester United 2 West Brom 0
BETTING TIP: Man United to win to nil @ 10/11 with Paddy Power
Norwich v Swansea 15:00
Tough one to call. Norwich have lost their past four, with Swansea also struggling in recent weeks and the teams could easily cancel each other out. Both sides suffer from a lack of quality predator in the box.
CORRECT SCORE: Norwich 1 Swansea 1
BETTING TIP: Draw @ 12/5 with bet365
Sunderland v Southampton 15:00
If Sam Allardyce can’t correct Sunderland’s defensive issues, then nobody can. Getting a clean sheet from this match is all well and good but landing a point per home game won’t keep you in the division. Southampton should be able to turn the screw.
CORRECT SCORE: Sunderland 0 Southampton 2
BETTING TIP: Southampton win to nil @ 19/10 with BetVictor
West Ham v Everton 15:00
The Hammers were nullified by Watford last weekend, with Everton arriving at the Boleyn Ground full of confidence after that 6-2 win over Sunderland. Perhaps the Toffees can edge a tight encounter, with Arouna Kone and Romelu Lukaku looking dangerous together.
CORRECT SCORE: West Ham 1 Everton 2
BETTING TIP: Romelu Lukaku to score @ 15/8 with Ladbrokes
Stoke v Chelsea 17:30
Chelsea are not going to win the Premier League title this season. Having averaged a point per game, Jose Mourinho’s team head north to Stoke and we can’t trust a team that have managed just one win on the road this term. The Potters look good for a point at least.
CORRECT SCORE: Stoke 0 Chelsea 0
BETTING TIP: Stoke Draw No Bet @ 9/5 with BetVictor