It’s been a terrible September for Man United and we’re backing Leicester to make it even worse for them on Saturday lunchtime.
We also have a goalscorer bet in the Boro v Spurs match, a massive 5/1 tip in the big London derby and a 15/8 bet to finish the weekend off on Sunday.
We made some fantastic profits with our Premier League bets last season and we’re ready to start filling up our wallets yet again! Don’t miss out on our four Premier League tips for the weekend ahead!
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Man Utd v Leicester (Saturday 12.30pm)
It’s been a horrible September for Manchester United with three losses in a row only halted by a laboured win at Northampton in the EFL Cup. Outclassed by Man City, but far more worrying for Jose Mourinho will be the abysmal performances at Feyenoord and Watford that followed.
United look like a team with no particular game-plan and confidence is at rock bottom. Leicester might not quite be the same team without the awesome N’Golo Kante, but they still possess enough pace and threat to cause Man United’s fragile defence problems.
We can’t believe the bookies are going so big on Leicester here and we’re lumping on the Champions to get our weekend off to a flyer on Saturday lunchtime!
Middlesbrough v Tottenham (Saturday 3pm)
Harry Kane hobbled off at home to Sunderland last weekend and that’s not good news for Mauricio Pochettino. However, Kane is still not firing on all cylinders this season and Tottenham’s most threatening player in the last three games has been Son Heung-Min.
Two goals in the 4-0 rout at Stoke and extremely unlucky not to register against Sunderland, the South Korean is enjoying a purple patch at the moment. Plus there will be more onus on him getting the goals at Boro with Kane out injured.
Back Son to get on the score-sheet at 21/10.
Arsenal v Chelsea (Saturday 5.30pm)
This is a tough one to call with both teams sitting on nearly identical records with 5 games of the league season played. Both sides have put in some solid performances this season, but similarly they each looked poor when losing to Jurgen Klopp’s improving Liverpool side.
I fully expect this to be a tight affair with Antonio Conte demanding a lot more from is Chelsea side than was on display in that home defeat to Liverpool.
Back this one to be level at Half Time and at the final whistle at big odds of 5/1.
West Ham v Southampton (Sunday 4pm)
Plenty has been written about West Ham’s poor start to their Premier League campaign and they deserve the stick they’re getting. Shocking defensive performances game after game have left them near the foot of the table.
As a result the bookies have made them a huge price to win at home today. 15/8 for the Hammers against Southampton at the London Stadium was unthinkable a few weeks ago and it’s time to snap up that price.
Claude Puel’s team have racked up three wins on the bounce, but all of those have been home fixtures and two were in the Europa League and the EFL Cup. Their away record has been nowhere near as successful.
Back the Hammers to show some of the form they produced last season and get the 3 points on Sunday afternoon.
Advised Bets (8 points in total)
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