Premier League is back again after mid-week actions of European games and it is expected to be yet another cracker this weekend. If you’re looking for betting tips for this weekend we have some great predictions for you to back in this article – but do make sure to check out reviews of gambling sites here. After first six rounds, Arsenal are still leading the Premier League table with 15 points, followed by Liverpool and Spurs with 13 points each. Everton, under Roberto Martinez are proving to be a surprise package, and are currently occupying the 4th spot in the league.
This week we have some fascinating matches to engross ourselves with. The weekend starts off with Manchester City taking off Everton in the lunch time kick-off on Saturday while Tottenham will face West Ham in their second successive London derby of the season on Sunday.
Man City vs Everton
City were utterly humiliated by the reigning European Champions Bayern Munich at the Etihad on mid-week, where goal-keeper Joe Hart was severely criticised for yet another shambolic performance. City are yet to win any away game in the league this season but equally have earned 9 possible points from their 3 home games. Everton are the only team that remains undefeated in the league, but Manuel Pellegrini will demand response from his players and at home and therefore expect them to win by a narrow margin.
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace
High flying Liverpool will take on 19th placed Palace in the league at Anfield where anything apart from a convincing victory will be seen as a major upset. The Reds suffered their first defeat of the season at Anfield against Southampton in their last home game but can’t see Palace repeating that act by playing a pressing game to take advantage of the absence of Lucas Leiva, who misses through suspension.
Sunderland vs Manchester United
These are terrible times for a Sunderland fan. Sitting at rock bottom in the Premier League table, hardly any team want to face Liverpool and Manchester United back-to-back. David Moyes is under pressure already after a stuttering start and the Scot will be looking to turn things around with a commanding victory at the Stadium of Light.
Norwich vs Chelsea
Interestingly, Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea have yet to win a single away game so far. They drew against Spurs and Man Utd, while have suffered a shock defeat against Everton, away from home. But, they have the momentum with them after beating Steaua Bucharest 4-0 away in mid-week and should earn full 3 points against the Canaries, even without injured Fernando Torres.
Tottenham vs West Ham
With 1 victory in 6 games and only 4 goals scored, does anyone see any chance of West Ham upsetting Spurs at the Lane? Not me.
West Brom vs Arsenal
Arsenal have been shifted to a different planet these days. Just take a look at these stats – 5 consecutive league wins, top of the league, eight consecutive away victories in the league, 13 goals scored (second highest) in the league. Plus, they are heading into this tie on the back of a 2-0 victory over Serie A giants Napoli in the mid-week.
Cardiff vs Newcastle: 1-1
Fulham vs Stoke: 1-1
Hull vs Aston Villa: 1-0
Southampton vs Swansea: 2-2
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