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Premier League Predictions > Sep 17th - 19th

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Newcastle United

They play poorer and poorer in these years. They were the twelfth in last season. Now they rank the nineteenth in the table of the League. They are not in form, getting 1W-2D-2L recently. If they do not adjust themselves, they are likely to degrade.  


Leeds United

They play poorly this season, which have not got any victory this season yet. In last game, they lose to Liverpool at 0-3. What’s worse, Pascal Struijk has been injured in last game. They are in low morale now.



There is no gap between two sides. Both of them are in poor condition. Newcastle United rank the nineteenth in League table and Leeds United rank the seventeenth. So the result of upcoming game is suggested to be a draw.


Prediction: 1-1, 0-0

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Newcastle vs Leeds

The action in the Premier League kicks off on Friday night this weekend with the 8pm BST kick-off between Newcastle and Leeds at St James' Park. Both teams have endured a difficult start to their respective league campaigns so far with neither side able to pick up a single win yet. A victory could ignite their season but does either team have the ability or confidence to go and grab all 3 points?

Newcastle are in arguably their worst state in a number of seasons. The Magpies are down in 19th place with just 1 point earned from their 4 league games thus far. It is Newcastle's joint worst start to a Premier League campaign. The fans are already putting pressure on Steve Bruce and the team are leaking goals having conceded a division-high 12 goals already. It's a poor defensive record that has plagued the club throughout 2021 with the team only keeping 4 clean sheets to date. Karl Darlow and Ryan Fraser could be in line to start this game but the likes of Callum Wilson, Jonjo Shelvey, and Paul Dummett are all still ruled out. It's probably not the best news that Wilson is still missing with Newcastle only managing to win 2 of their 13 Premier League games without the striker.

Leeds might be down in 17th place with just 2 points from their 4 opening league matches but you get the feeling the alarm bells aren't ringing yet with the Whites faithful. The two defeats have come against strong opponents in Manchester United and Liverpool then they held their own against both Everton and Burnley. Marcelo Bielsa is sticking with this highly intense pressing philosophy. It does mean that Leeds have been left exposed at the back facing 28 more shots on target than any other side in the top flight. History is sending the team a brutal message though. It's the first time since 1958 that the club have failed to win any of their top 3 league games to a top flight season. It's perhaps also disconcerting to read that Leeds and Norwich are the only two sides to not have led in a Premier League game in 2021... and Norwich have only been a Premier League team for 4 games! Defending set-pieces is still an issue for the Leeds with the team conceding 13 goals from corners since the beginning of last season.

It was Leeds who earned a double over Newcastle last season and they'll be hoping to win 3 games in a row against the Toon Army for the first time since 1967. This is likely to be aided by the fact that Bruce has won just 1 of his last 9 matches against Leeds as a manager. I think Newcastle are in a more desperate situation than Leeds right now and even if we just put these managers head-to-head then Bielsa is the far more capable manager. I'm backing a Leeds win.

Leeds to Win @ 2.42 with SBK

Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 1.69 with Mansion Bet

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Wolves vs Brentford

An intriguing match awaits us in the 12:30pm BST kick-off on Saturday afternoon in the Premier League when Wolves play Brentford at Molineux. It's been a satisfactory start for both of these teams with mid-table positions being held after four league games but there's also room for improvement. A win could push them into the upper echelons of the table but are either team brave or capable enough to go for it?

Wolves started the season with three 1-0 defeats to Leicester, Tottenham, and Manchester United but in all three games arguably deserved more from the games. The 2-0 win away to Watford was comfortable and suggested that maybe things could be moving in the right direction for Bruno Lage's side as they ended a run of 6 league defeats in a row stretching back from last season. Wanderers are still short on confidence at home having suffered 8 home league defeats during 2021 which is the most out of the current set of Premier League teams. Frustratingly, it had taken Wolves 69 shots on goal before they bagged their first of the season against Watford. Striker Raul Jimenez has also had 13 shots on goal without scoring. Is it coming?

Brentford have adapted to life in the Premier League like a duck to water. Thomas Frank's side have picked up 5 points from their 4 league games so far. The Bees started the campaign with an historic 2-0 win over Arsenal before draws against Crystal Palace and Aston Villa. The 1-0 loss at home to Brighton was disappointed but still showed enough encouraging signs that the newly promoted side have enough to stay up this season. That loss to Brighton ended an undefeated league streak of 15 matches stretching back from last season. If Brentford keep a clean sheet then they'll be the first team since Everton in 1992 to concede only 2 goals or less in their opening 5 games of the Premier League.

These are two sides that are still largely unpredictable right now. Wolves are probably not earning the points their performances deserve but they still look a bit short in attacking prowess. Brentford have shown the potential to take scalps in this division but they have also now gone three league games without a win. I wouldn't be surprised if we see Wolves extend their unbeaten run in this fixture to 5 matches with a win here.

Wolves to Win @ 1.95 with SBK

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.61 with Mansion Bet

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Manchester City vs Southampton



Manchester City

Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): John Stones (0/0 d), Aymeric Laporte (2/1 d), Zack Steffen (0/0 g, Covid-19), Liam Delap (0/0 f)

Suspended: Benjamin Mendy (1/0 d, suspended by club)



Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): Theo Walcott (2/0 f), Stuart Armstrong (0/0 m), Will Smallbone (0/0 m)

Suspended: -


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Burnley vs Arsenal

If there is one Premier League game this weekend where you can identify it as a potential shock result then it's Burnley versus Arsenal in a 3pm BST kick-off on Saturday afternoon at Turf Moor. Both teams have had torrid starts to their seasons with both sides currently positioned in the bottom five places in the league but can we expect a struggle for the away team here with the home team having the better of the results over recent times?

Burnley come into this game in 18th place with just 1 point earned from their opening 4 league games. Sean Dyche's team are becoming synonymous with slow starts. In fact, the rumours that he injects Bovril and tar into his players as preparation for a league season are fast looking more realistic with every passing campaign. The Clarets are without a win in 12 league games at home and have already dropped a division-high 8 points from winning positions this season. The team has only managed 16 goals in 21 league home matches. General form in the league is also pretty rancid with Burnley only winning 4 of their last 23 top flight matches. Each of those wins came away from home. However, they are unbeaten against Arsenal in the past three meetings.

Arsenal continue to stumble through life in the Premier League. Mikel Arteta's side picked up their first 3 points of the season in their 1-0 win at home against newly promoted Norwich but it was far from commanding. The win moves the Gunners up to 16th in the table but huge question marks still hang over the future of Arteta with Arsenal fans adamant his time is up. If Arsenal lose this game then it'll be the first time that they've lost their opening three away league games to a season since 1954. The opening goal could be key in this game with Arsenal losing 15 of the last 21 top flight matches where they have conceded first. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is certainly a contender for anytime scorer having bagged 8 goals in 7 league games against Burnley.

On paper, this should be a game where Arsenal waltz away with 3 points but Burnley appear to have Arsenal's number under Arteta. I think the only thing that could be Arsenal's saving grace here is that Burnley are in awful form themselves, especially at home. I'm not sure either team has the capabilities or confidence to win this game so I'm going to back a rather dull and depressing bore draw.

Draw @ 3.75 with SpreadEx

Anytime Scorer: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang @ 2.50 with Betfred


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Liverpool vs Crystal Palace

The Premier League action comes thick and fast on Saturday with another 3pm BST kick-off between Liverpool and Crystal Palace at Anfield. It is a clash between two sides where the majority of neutral observers have probably already made their mind up on what the outcome will be but is this as one-sided an affair as it seems on paper or are we wrong to write the away team off before a ball has been kicked?

Liverpool continued their encouraging start to their league season last weekend with a dominant 3-0 win away to Leeds. Jurgen Klopp's men threw in a 3-2 win at home in their opening Champions League group game in midweek to add to their positive results. The Reds are very hard to bet against right now. Klopp himself has 10 wins against Crystal Palace which is the best win record he has against any club. It's now 14 league games without a loss for Liverpool which is proof they are back to their best. Their frightening dominance of games so far is summed up by the stat that they are the first club since Chelsea in 2009 to have 100 shots on goal in their opening 4 league matches. Sadio Mane is one to watch as an anytime scorer having scored in each of his last 8 appearances against Crystal Palace.

Crystal Palace head into this game buzzing after a 3-0 win over Tottenham last weekend. That was Patrick Vieira's first league win as head coach of the Eagles and lifted the club to 11th in the table and extended their undefeated run to 3 league games. Striker Odsonne Edouard made an instant impact on his debut scoring two goals and he became the first Premier League debutant in over a decade to score a brace in his first game. Unfortunately, Anfield is not a happy hunting ground for Palace with the club losing on each of their last 4 visits in the league to the stadium.

This fixture is very one-sided at the moment with Liverpool having won the last 8 meetings in a row against Crystal Palace. Liverpool have won by an aggregate of 13-0 over the past three encounters. I just feel we are likely to see another Liverpool win here. Take nothing away from Crystal Palace's win over Tottenham last week but Japhet Tanganga's sending off changed the game and it might've been a different outcome had he stayed on the pitch.

Liverpool to Win to Nil @ 2.00 with BetVictor

Anytime Scorer: Sadio Mane @ 2.25 with Mansion Bet

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Manchester City vs Southampton

The penultimate 3pm BST Saturday afternoon kick-off in the Premier League that I am previewing here is the clash between Manchester City and Southampton at the Etihad Stadium. There is a gulf in terms of quality on paper but City boss Pep Guardiola has openly pointed out how tricky this fixture has been for his team in recent times but will we see another close encounter here or will it be a riotous repeat of their last meeting?

Manchester City might have lost the FA Community Shield against Leicester and their opening league game of the season to Tottenham but the Citizens have been in exemplary form since then. It's been four wins on the bounce in all competitions including gaining revenge against the Foxes in their most recent league game and putting Bundesliga side RB Leipzig to the slaughter by a 6-3 score in the Champions League in midweek. Guardiola's men have won their last 3 league games by an aggregate scoreline of 11-0. There is the chance for history to be made here with City potentially becoming just the third team in English football history (Aston Villa 1899 and Everton 1931 being the previous two) to win four straight top flight home games by a 5-goal margin or more. Raheem Sterling is a shout for anytime scorer having scored 7 goals against Southampton down the years. Centre back Aymeric Laporte has been ruled out but Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden should both be involved in the squad once again.

Southampton are a very peculiar team. At times, Ralph Hasenhuttl has his players looking like a very organised and dangerous side. However, they are prone to a 9-0 defeat! The Saints are in 14th place and without a win in the league so far with 3 draws and 1 loss. It's now no win in their last 6 Premier League games stretching back to last season. Southampton have not failed to win any of their first 5 league games in the top flight since 2000. Mind you, there is encouraging news. The last time Southampton failed to win any of their opening 4 league games was back in 2016 and that season they finished in 8th position. The 0-0 draw with West Ham last weekend also ended the team's 14-game run without keeping a clean sheet. There are two stats that do predict doom and gloom though. Firstly, Southampton have only won 2 of their last 44 top flight away matches against the reigning champions. The club have also let in 27 goals in their last 6 visits to Manchester.

I really want Southampton to do well under Hasenhuttl but every time you think they've got their sh*t together they do something stupid like concede a hatful of goals. Manchester City are a ruthless team and you can feel they're entering one of their famous purple patches where the wins and goals come flowing. I appreciate City have lost 1 of the last 4 meetings and only won 2 of the others by a single goal but they stormed to a 5-2 victory last season and I can see a similar one-sided affair here.

Manchester City - 2 @ 2.20 with VBet

Manchester City HT/FT @ 1.63 with Mansion Bet


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Norwich vs Watford

It's the clash of the newly promoted teams in the final 3pm BST Saturday afternoon kick-offs in the Premier League this weekend when Norwich host Watford at Carrow Road. The home side are yet to pick up a single point so far on their return to the top flight and they'll be looking to earn those first points against a visiting team who have lost their last three league games after winning their opening match of the season.

Norwich have experienced a terrible start to their league campaign having lost all 4 of their matches thus far with just 1 goal scored and 11 conceded but you can forgive that statistic a little when you see they have played Liverpool, Manchester City, Leicester, and Arsenal. It's now 14 straight Premier League defeats for the Canaries if you go back to their last top flight campaign. Only Sunderland between 2003 and 2005 endured a longer run of 20 losses in a row. If Daniel Farke's side lose this game then Norwich will have lost their opening 5 league games of a season for the first time in their history. Norwich have only managed 8 shots on goal in their 4 games so far showing an impotency in their attacking play. Their fans will be hoping they don't concede first because when they have they have lost 42 of the 43 top flight games when that has happened.

Watford will see this game as a big chance to get back to winning ways. Xisco's side started the season in superb style beating Aston Villa 3-2 in a frenetic game at Vicarage Road but it's been three defeats on the bounce with the Hornets failing to score a single goal during that run. The pressure is already on the players because the fans will know that on the two previous times when the club lost 3 of their opening 4 Premier League games in 2006 and 2019 they were relegated. It also remains that Watford have lost 9 of their last 10 Premier League away games if you continue back to their last stint in the top flight. Their four most recent away wins did come against teams that were relegated the season they played them. So if you think Norwich have a doomed fate this season then is this the game they get back to winning form?

It's a tough one to call. Sometimes after playing a run of tough fixtures it can feel like a breeze taking on a so-called "lesser team". Although if confidence is severely damaged in those games then you can end up struggling to even pick yourself up for a game like. Neither side is in great form right now and I wouldn't be surprised if they battled out a draw. I still think Norwich and Watford are both going down this season and there's very little between them.

Draw @ 3.50 with SBK

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.79 with Matchbook

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Aston Villa vs Everton

Two of the stalwart names of the Premier League go head-to-head in the 5:30pm BST kick-off in the Premier League on Saturday night when Aston Villa play Everton at Villa Park. The home side have experienced an indifferent start to their season and they face a travelling team who are looking very good so far under a manager who was a villain of the club for so many years. Football... it's a fickle sport! :lol

Aston Villa faced a big challenge adapting to life after Jack Grealish this season and after an initial slow start with the 3-2 loss away to newly promoted Watford it feels like the players have shown enough in the 2-0 win at home to Newcastle and 1-1 draw at home to a lovely Brentford that they have enough to be OK this season. Dean Smith's men could welcome back the Argentine duo of Emiliano Martinez and Emiliano Buendia after their 10-day quarantine ends but they won't be returning to UK air space until Saturday morning so it's unlikely they'll start. Villa are unbeaten in their last 4 Premier League home games. However, defence is a worry with the club keeping just 2 clean sheets in their last 14 Premier League games. Danny Ings is a tip for anytime scorer. He has bagged 5 goals in 11 appearances against Everton and they are the only club he has scored against for each of the three Premier League teams he has played for.

Everton have started very well under former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez. Initial discontent surrounding his appointment has quickly been drowned out with the club going unbeaten in their first 4 league games with 3 wins and 1 draw leaving them in 4th place and only off top spot by virtue of goal difference. The Toffees are expected to start with Salomon Rondon up front with Dominic Calvert-Lewin likely ruled out for a couple of weeks. The 10 goals Everton have scored in their first 4 league games of this season is the same amount as the number of goals they scored in the final 14 league matches of last season. Their away record remains very impressive though with just 2 defeats coming from their last 17 away league games. Defence has been key in that run with 7 clean sheets coming in their last 10 away league matches. As if that wasn't enough to get Aston Villa fans worried, Benitez has only lost 1 of his 17 games managed against Villa and is unbeaten against them away from home.

This could be an intriguing game to watch. Aston Villa are still adjusting to life post-Grealish but the signs are there that they can finish mid-table with a good run of form. Everton look like they are fulfilling their potential but the injury blow to Calvert-Lewin is huge. Rondon did well for Benitez at Newcastle but he won't be on Calvert-Lewin's level. Still, Richarlison is the man of the hour right now and he could be the difference maker here.

Everton Draw No Bet @ 2.24 with VBet

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.91 with Mansion Bet

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Brighton vs Leicester

The Premier League offers us two 2pm BST kick-offs on Sunday afternoon and the first of those that I'm going to preview is between Brighton and Leicester at the Amex Stadium. Both teams will just about be satisfied with their starts to the season and a win here would really allow them to keep the pressure on the top teams. Will either side take the 3 points or are they set for a draw?

Brighton will be delighted with their 3 wins from their opening 4 league matches so far this season. Graham Potter's men are looking like the side they promised they could be last season. The Seagulls took 19 league games to reach 3 wins last season which shows how greatly improved they are this time around. The 2-0 loss at home to Everton was their first league defeat at home in 7 games. The defence tightening up has been key in Brighton's form in this calendar year with Albion keeping a staggering 11 clean sheets in 2021. Only Manchester City and Chelsea have kept more clean sheets since 1st January. However, they have lost their last two home league games against Leicester so will be looking to break that sequence here.

Leicester started their season in the best way possible with that shock 1-0 win over Manchester City in the FA Community Shield. It's a shame that Brendan Rodgers hasn't seen his team build on that in the league. Inconsistency has plagued their campaign so far with the club alternating wins and losses thus far. It'll be interesting to see how the Foxes react to throwing away a two-goal lead in that 2-2 draw at home to Napoli in the Europa League in midweek. It's now 5 losses from their last 8 league games going back into last season. Just 1 clean sheet in their last 10 league games shows how the defence is leaking goals. It doesn't help that Leicester currently have a division low of just 7.3 shots per game.

Both teams have enough about them to win this game. I've been very impressed with Brighton so far and I'm pleased for them. They deserve it. Leicester aren't quite hitting the heights of last season and you have to wonder how much the injury to Wesley Fofana has impacted their defence. Jannik Vestergaard might need time to settle so it could be a short while yet before we see the clean sheets returning. I can't call a winner here so I'll have to back a draw.

Draw @ 3.35 with SBK

BTTS @ 1.91 with Mansion Bet

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West Ham vs Manchester United

The second 2pm BST kick-off in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon that I'm looking at is the clash of West Ham versus Manchester United at the London Stadium. Both teams are looking like dangerous opposition for anyone this season with an attacking prowess about them that will frighten any defence. Neither team has lost a game yet this season so can they both remain undefeated here or will something give?

West Ham have looked superb at times this season. David Moyes has seen his team win 2 and draw 2 from their opening 4 league games. Michail Antonio, Pablo Fornals, and Declan Rice have been key to that early season form. Back-to-back wins over Newcastle and Leicester have been tempered by the draw to Crystal Palace and Southampton but the performances have deserved more. The 2-0 win away to Dinamo Zagreb in the Europa League in midweek showed that morale is high in the Hammers camp. This is the first time since 1999 that West Ham have gone their first 4 top flight games of a season without a loss. Their record against teams in the top four last season wasn't great losing 7 of their 8 games against those sides. Moyes himself doesn't boast a great record against Manchester United as a manager having only won 3 of his 28 Premier League games against them.

Manchester United are riding the crest of a wave on the domestic front after securing the return of Cristiano Ronaldo. His brace in the 4-1 home win over Newcastle last week was poetic but the Red Devils were soon brought back down to earth with a bump as they suffered a shock 2-1 loss away to group minnows Young Boys in the Champions League in midweek. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side once again showing that consistency and a lack of ruthlessness could be the reason they miss out on trophies again this season. It's now 28 away league games unbeaten for United. During this run they have kept 13 clean sheets and only conceded 19 goals. It is also just the second time in 10 years that United have gone undefeated for their opening 4 league games of a season.

I think a couple of factors stand out for me here. Firstly, I think West Ham's involvement in the Europa League could play a part in draining their energy. I think playing a number of key first team players such as Rice, Fornals, and Tomas Soucek was a big risk. Secondly, they are missing talisman Antonio and that'll mean a shift in strategy. Compare that to Manchester United who have an extra day's rest and all their big guns available. I can only see a United victory in this one.

Manchester United to Win @ 1.87 with SBK

Cristiano Ronaldo to Score 2 Goals or More @ 6.20 with Sporting Index

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Tottenham vs Chelsea

The Premier League action for the weekend comes to a conclusion with arguably the biggest game of the round as London rivals Tottenham and Chelsea go head-to-head in this 4:30pm BST kick-off on Sunday afternoon at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Both sides have started very well this season but will the real difference in quality show here or will we see a dark horse emerge?

Tottenham have looked defensively resolute under Nuno Espirito Santo so far this season. Spurs began the season with three 1-0 wins on the bounce against Manchester City, Wolves, and Watford. Unfortunately, ill discipline saw Japhet Tanganga sent off in their game against Crystal Palace and this contributed to the flood gates at the back opening in what ended up being a brutal 3-0 defeat. Still, Tottenham remain in 7th place and just 1 point off top spot. Home form is really thriving right now for the club with 8 wins from their last 10 home league games including 6 clean sheets. There is the concern that they will be without a number of important first team players including the suspended Tanganga as well as Lucas Moura, Steven Bergwijn, Giovani Lo Celso, Davinson Sanchez, and Cristian Romero. The duo of Son Heung-min and Eric Dier are also doubtful to start. As if that team news wasn't bad enough, the fact striker Harry Kane has only scored 1 goal in his last 8 appearances against Chelsea will add to the sad state of affairs.

Chelsea are already showing themselves to be justifiable title contenders. The Blues have remained unbeaten for their 4 opening league games with the only dropped points coming in the 1-1 draw away to Liverpool with 10-men. The 1-0 win at home to Zenit St Petersburg in the Champions League in midweek also showed they can compete on several fronts. Thomas Tuchel will be pleased with how Romelu Lukaku has settled into the team. Chelsea have only conceded 1 goal so far this season and that's the best defensive record after 4 league games that they have had for 11 years. They have won 5 straight London derbies on the road. Chelsea have also only lost 1 away league game under Tuchel. To emphasise how good Chelsea are defensively under Tuchel, his 61% clean sheet record for the club is the best of any Premier League manager in the competition's history by a manager who has taken charge of 10 games or more. Also, some better news for Tottenham fans, Kane might have struggled to score against Chelsea down the years but Lukaku's record against Tottenham is even worse having bagged just 1 goal in his 13 appearances against Tottenham. 

I'm not expecting a humdinger of a clash here. Both sides have a playing philosophy based on defensive stability. The only problem for Tottenham is the obliteration to their defensive unit with Tanganga, Sanchez, and Dier all likely missing. I fancied Chelsea even before those absentees and I think we'll see a business-like clean sheet win for the away side here.

Chelsea to Win @ 1.76 with SBK

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.83 with Mansion Bet

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West Ham vs Manchester United

The home side enjoys a very good start to the new campaign, as they have picked up eight points from four rounds. The Hammers tied two wins in the first two matches while they drew against Crystal Palace and Southampton. David Moyes’ side wants to give it another shot to challenge for the continental qualification, and they are on a good track. Last time, they slipped down from the top four in the finish of the season but secured a Europa League ticket. Tomas Soucek and the lads started well on the continental stage, beating Dinamo Zagreb on the road. They want to keep up the form and provide another good display to pick up some points against Man Utd.

Manchester United goes to this clash after being uninspired this mid-week in the Champions League match in Bern. Although they had an early lead, Wan-Bissaka’s dismissal led the Red Devils into trouble. Young Boys pulled off a comeback and left Cristiano Ronaldo and the lads empty-handed. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was under strong criticism from the UK public, as Man Utd seemed very disorganized, without a clear plan to pick up a win. On the other hand, the visitors are doing well in the Premier League, and they are joint-first with Chelsea, Liverpool, and Everton. They aim for another positive result on the road to extend the unbeatable run.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

It is going to be an exciting clash that could go either way. We believe Man Utd should remain undefeated in London, but they’ll hardly pick up a victory. Therefore, we think these two sides will split points.

Goals Market Prediction

Both teams have been clinical in the front, and they didn’t deliver the BTTS Yes just once this season. These two rivals shouldn’t give up on their attacking style, and we should see goals in both nets.

Draw @ 3.85 

BTTS Yes @ 1.70 

Correct score 1:1 @ 7.40

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Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea

Tottenham opened the campaign very well, despite having a tough task in the first round. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side managed to beat the defending champions and boost its confidence at the start of the season. The Spurs tied three straight wins before losing to Crystal palace 3:0 in the latest round. Tottenham has been pretty tight in the back, managing to keep the clean sheet in their three victories. However, Harry Kane and the lads haven’t been that clinical in front of the oppositions’ net. The hosts have scored only three goals so far, and they need to start converting more chances. They go to this match after a 2:2 draw in Rennes during mid-week, and a pretty tough task is ahead of them.

Chelsea is one of the leading clubs on the Premier League table so far, collecting ten points from four rounds. They have a pretty demanding schedule at the beginning of the campaign, as this will be their third away match against the Big 6 sides. The Blues beat Arsenal 2:0 while snatching a point against Liverpool in the 1:1 draw at Anfield. Thomas Tuchel’s side keeps being disciplined, and their matches usually bring a moderate number of goals. It is pretty tough to crack Chelsea’s defense, and they conceded only once. Romelu Lukaku and the lads picked up their first three Champions League points after celebrating a narrow 1:0victory over Zenit. The visitors are in excellent form, and they want to keep it going.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

Although anything can happen in derby matches, we think Chelsea is closer to victory. The Blues look much more confident, and they should book an important win at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Goals Market Prediction

Chelsea is very hard to beat in the back, while Tottenham hasn’t been that productive so far in the season. We anticipate a tight clash here, which won’t bring us too many goals. We’ll go for an under 2.5 market in this one.

Chelsea to Win @ 1.75 

Under 2.5 FT @ 1.80 

Correct score 0:1 @ 6.00

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