Manchester United entertain the champions, with Arsenal tackling Chelsea on Saturday evening
Another exciting weekend of Premier League action, with Manchester United kicking things off against the champions of England.
The impressive Manchester City head to the Liberty Stadium later in the afternoon, with Arsenal clashing with Chelsea in Saturday’s final game.
Saturday 24th September 2016
Man Utd v Leicester 12:30
Having already backed the Foxes at 5/1, we’re sticking with Leicester to cause big problems for a United side who have lost against Manchester City and Watford.
Islam Slimani and Jamie Vardy will be among those returning to the side and it’s worth taking the Midlands side on the Draw No Bet market.
CORRECT SCORE: Man United 1 Leicester 2
BETTING TIP: Leicester Draw No Bet @ 3/1 with Ladbrokes
Bournemouth v Everton 15:00
The Cherries struggled to beat WBA a fortnight ago and they might feel the wrath of an Everton team looking more clinical under Ronald Koeman. The return of Yannick Bolasie, Gareth Barry and Romelu Lukaku should make all the difference.
CORRECT SCORE: Bournemouth 0 Everton 3
BETTING TIP: Everton @ 6/5 with Paddy Power
Liverpool v Hull 15:00
Hull will defend deep and in numbers. But it’s hard to see how they will stop such a vibrant Liverpool team. Firmino and Coutinho tore Derby to shreds in the League Cup and the Tigers might not get too much possession.
CORRECT SCORE: Liverpool 4 Hull 0
BETTING TIP: Liverpool win to nil @ 10/11 with Paddy Power
Middlesbrough v Tottenham 15:00
Boro are starting to look out of their depth and they might struggle to land a blow on a Spurs team who should be able to cope without the injured Harry Kane.
Son Heung-Min found the net twice at Stoke recently and he’s worth a First Goalscorer punt for this one.
CORRECT SCORE: Middlesbrough 1 Tottenham 3
BETTING TIP: Son Heung-Min to score first @ 13/2 with Paddy Power
Stoke v West Brom 15:00
Back to basics on the training ground for the Potters and this is likely to be cagey, even if WBA did notch four against West Ham.
CORRECT SCORE: Stoke 0 West Brom 0
BETTING TIP: Under 1.5 Goals @ 21/10 with William Hill
Sunderland v Crystal Palace 15:00
David Moyes has issues at the Stadium of Light. It’s been a while since he was prospering in the Premier League with Everton and a lot has changed. Alan Pardew has moved successfully with the times and his Crystal Palace side are brimming with confidence.
CORRECT SCORE: Sunderland 0 Crystal Palace 2
BETTING TIP: Palace to win @ 13/8 with Paddy Power
Swansea v Man City 15:00
Guess who’s back? Sergio Aguero is ready to fire after a three-match ban and he could make a poor Swansea team pay. The Swans were owned at St Mary’s and it should be a similar story against impressive opposition.
CORRECT SCORE: Swansea 1 Manchester City 4
BETTING TIP: Man City and Over 2.5 Goals @ 9/10 with bet365
Arsenal v Chelsea 17:30
Chelsea have conceded two in each of their last three matches and seem to be missing John Terry’s presence at the back. Arsenal will be licking their lips and could have the edge in this London derby, with Alexis Sanchez gunning for more goals.
CORRECT SCORE: Arsenal 2 Chelsea 1
BETTING TIP: Sanchez to score @ 2/1 with Sky Bet
All odds were correct at time of posting.