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Everton vs Liverpool




Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): Mason Holgate (4/0 d), Abdoulaye Doucoure (2/0 m), Ben Godfrey (1/0 d), Yerry Mina (1/0 d), Dominic Calvert-Lewin (0/0 f), Andros Townsend (0/0 m)

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Doubtful: Diogo Jota (0/0 f, probably in), Arthur (0/0 m, newcomer, probably out)

Out (injuries/other): Jordan Henderson (5/0 m, captain), Calvin Ramsay (0/0 d), Naby Keita (0/0 m), Thiago Alcantara (1/0 m), Ibrahima Konate (0/0 d), Caoimhin Kelleher (0/0 g), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (0/0 m)

Suspended: -


Chelsea vs West Ham



Doubtful: Trevoh Chalobah (1/0 d, probably in)

Out (injuries/other): Denis Zakaria (0/0 m, newcomer), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (0/0 f, newcomer), N'Golo Kante (2/0 m)

Suspended: -


West Ham

Doubtful: Aaron Cresswell (5/0 d), Craig Dawson (0/0 d), Gianluca Scamacca (4/0 f, illness)

Out (injuries/other): Benjamin Johnson (4/0 d), Nayef Aguerd (0/0 d)

Suspended: -


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Everton vs Liverpool

The Premier League waits for no-one (except the person in charge of giving the green light to start kick-off when he adverts have drawn to a close) and the games are back in full force this weekend after a midweek schedule. It's a barn-stormer to kick start proceedings too with the Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool at 12:30pm BST on Saturday afternoon from Goodison Park.

Everton are doing as poorly as a lot of people predicted this season. Frank Lampard hasn't really been able to silence his critics with the club failing to win any of their opening 5 league games leaving them down in 17th position. The only positive is that they have actually drawn 3 of those league games. The Toffees did do well on transfer deadline day though bringing in midfield duo James Garner and Idrissa Gueye from Manchester United and PSG respectively. Neal Maupay could be in line to make his debut too. It's three 1-1 draws on the bounce for Everton and they could draw four league games in a row for the first time since 2012. There is a risk that Everton could fail to win any of their opening 3 home league games of a season for the first time since 2014/15. It also doesn't bode well that Lampard has lost each one of his four league meetings with Jurgen Klopp. You may remember that touchline barney they had a couple of seasons ago when Lampard was in charge at Chelsea.

Liverpool will be pleased that their slow start to the season appears to be behind them now. Klopp's men are in 6th place but still 7 points off the pace of the league leaders Arsenal. The Reds have yet to win on their travels in the league this season which is a big shift from the away form they finished last season with which consisted of winning 7 of their last 8 away league games. The last time Liverpool failed to win any of their opening 3 away league matches of a season was back in 2010. Liverpool have managed to score in 52 of their previous 53 league matches. There is a chance for Darwin Nunez to make a bit of club history in this game by becoming the first Liverpool player to score in both of their first two away league games since Jan Molby managed it back in 1992. If you're looking for an anytime scorer bet then Mohamed Salah has scored 3 of his 4 goals against Everton at this stadium.

It makes for pretty grim reading when you see that Everton have only managed to win 1 of their last 23 league games against Liverpool. The two teams are in two completely different places right now. Liverpool are also unbeaten in their last 11 away league trips to Goodison Park. It's also worth noting this fixture has seen a record-breaking 22 red cards shown down the years. Away win and a home team red... let's do it!

Liverpool HT/FT @ 2.14 with SBK

Total Cards Over 4.5 @ 2.20 with BetVictor

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Brentford vs Leeds

The Premier League brings us six 3pm BST kick-offs on Saturday afternoon and the first of those that I'm previewing is the clash between Brentford and Leeds from the Brentford Community Stadium. Both of these teams will have been satisfied with their respective starts to their league campaigns having both only suffered 1 defeat after 5 league games. Can either team win to further extend their positive start?

Brentford were a team being identified as one that could fall victim to second season syndrome. The departure of the influential Christian Eriksen left some wondering if they possessed the creativity to progress from last season. It appears the answer is yes! The Bees are in 11th position with 1 win, 3 draws, and 1 loss from their 5 league games thus far. Thomas Frank's side have now lost just 1 of their last 7 home league games. The six clean sheets that the team have earned at home in the league this calendar year is only inferior to the eight clean sheets earned by Liverpool during 2022 so far. The club have now managed to score in every one of their last 8 league games which is the longest such spell in the top flight since 1939.

Leeds come into this game looking like a team that have evolved in a positive direction under Jesse Marsch. The Whites are in 7th place with 2 wins, 2 draws, and 1 loss from their first 5 league matches. The transfer deadline day signing of 18-year old Italian youth prospect Wilfried Gnonto from FC Zurich capped off an encouraging window for the club. The striker is a welcome addition to the squad with the in-form Rodrigo set to be sidelined for a number of weeks and Patrick Bamford only just returning to full fitness. It's just 1 loss from the last 8 matches in all competitions for Leeds. The club have won 2 of their last 4 visits to London having failed to win any of their previous 28 away games in the capital city before then. 

It's now 4 league games without a win for Brentford against Leeds. It was a 2-1 win for the Yorkshire club on the final day of last season that helped secure their place in the top flight for this season. Leeds hadn't won in 11 encounters before that victory. There's not a lot separating these two clubs right now and I'm torn between backing a home win and the draw. Leeds haven't been great away from home and Brentford have been inconsistent at home. I'll back the draw simply because it's too tight to call and the draw offers better value.

Draw @ 3.70 with SpreadEx

BTTS @ 1.65 with SBK

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Chelsea vs West Ham

It's an all-London match-up for this next Premier League preview with Chelsea taking on West Ham in a 3pm BST start from Stamford Bridge. Both of these two clubs will certainly have been hoping for better starts to their campaigns but the pressure is firmly on now. Defeat for either team could have the critics asking uncomfortable questions. Will either team suffer such awkwardness?

Chelsea have experienced a summer of change and that hasn't stopped even after the start of the new league season. The triple signings of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Wesley Fofana, and Denis Zakaria have definitely bolstered the squad strength in the eyes of many fans and it's needed. The club are down in 10th position and already 8 points off the title pace. Are question marks over the capabilities of head coach Thomas Tuchel already? Probably not. It's now just 6 wins in the last 16 home league games for the Blues though so improvement is required quickly. You might want to consider Raheem Sterling as an anytime scorer bet this week. The former Manchester City forward has not only scored 3 goals in 2 league games but he's also bagged 8 goals against West Ham with 3 of those coming in his last 2 appearances against the East Londoners.

West Ham know that they need to get better and fast. David Moyes heads into this game having failed to win on any of his 17 league visits to Stamford Bridge. The Hammers are in 14th place with just 1 win from their opening 5 league games of the season. Scoring goals is proving a real problem this season with West Ham only scoring fewer back in the 1994/95 season after 5 league games. Clinical finishing in the final third is the clear issue with the team having a shots conversion rate of just 3.4%. This will be the first time the club have played a Saturday game in the Premier League since the beginning of March thanks to their run in the Europa League last season.

The head-to-head record reads well for Chelsea over West Ham, especially over recent years. The Hammers have only managed 1 win in the last 16 meetings at this venue. I look at both of these two teams and see them as both slightly under-cooked right now. The transfer arrivals for Chelsea are impressive so I think it'll click sooner or later. The backing has to go to Chelsea I think.

Chelsea HT/FT @ 2.50 with SBK

Anytime Scorer: Raheem Sterling @ 3.00 with Bet365

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Everton vs Liverpool

Everton is still seeking their first league win of the season, but Frank Lampard has made them much harder to beat, with draws in their last three Premier League outings. The Toffees boss has concentrated on building a British spine to his side, and the shrewd additions of Conor Coady and James Tarkowski have significantly shored up a defense that was so leaky the last term. However, they are still close to the danger zone, and Everton needs to start winning to reach the safe mid-table position. Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Knee Injury), Yerry Mina (Ankle Injury), and Ben Godfrey (Fibula Fracture) are unavailable for Everton boss Frank Lampard.

The manner of those last two wins couldn't have been more different, with Jurgen Klopp's men crushing Bournemouth 9-0 before coming from behind to edge out Newcastle 2-1 with a goal in the dying seconds of stoppage time. It's clear Liverpool still isn't at the top of their game, especially in defense, but that's perhaps understandable given the number of injuries they have suffered to some key players. The Reds need more stability in their game, and they are already seven points behind the top-placed Arsenal. Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has to choose from a squad that has some fitness concerns. Thiago (Hamstring Injury) and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Hamstring Injury) are names that won't be on the team sheet.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction                                                                            

It wasn’t easy for Liverpool on the previous five occasions at Goodison Park since they booked only one victory in that period. Although the Reds might win all three points in this one, we don’t believe Everton will lose by more than a goal.

Goals Market Prediction

Although their last two games with Everton as hosts went over a 3.5 margin, those were the only two matches out of the previous eight with more than two goals. Nevertheless, we think both teams will find the back of the opponent’s net this time.

Everton AH +1.5 @ 1.85

BTTS Yes @ 1.90

Correct score 1:2 @ 9.50

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Newcastle vs Crystal Palace

The next Premier League preview will see Newcastle host Crystal Palace in a 3pm BST kick-off on Saturday afternoon from St James' Park. Positive things were anticipated by both of these teams this season but after a handful of league matches they are both finding wins tough to come by. Failure to get a win in this game for either team could see the pressure on the manager/s dropping points start to build.

Newcastle have undoubtedly become everyone's favourite pantomime villain since the investment of Saudi money so Eddie Howe was told to cry football fans a river when he bemoaned his team's 98th minute goal conceded in their 2-1 loss away to Liverpool in midweek. The Magpies have now failed to win since the opening game of the season meaning they are now on a winless run of 4 league games with the team down in 12th place. The good news was that £63 million signing Alexander Isak made an immediate impact by scoring on his debut. Home form does remain solid for Newcastle under Howe. The Toon Army have lost just 1 of their last 12 home league games under the former Bournemouth man. There is a chance that the club can remain undefeated for their first 3 home league games of a season for the first time in 10 years. Isak himself could also become the first players since Les Ferdinand back in 1995 to score in his first two league games for the club.

Crystal Palace have endured a tricky start to their league campaign having already played Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester City but their tally of just 5 points from 5 league games is something Patrick Vieira will want to see improved upon over the coming weeks. The Eagles have only picked up 1 win in the league so far and have only managed to earn 4 wins from their last 21 away league games under Vieira. Surrendering leading positions has become a problem for the team with Palace dropping 10 points over their last 7 league games from winning positions. Wilfried Zaha is the man of the moment for the Londoners having scored 13 goals in 2022. That is not only his best scoring return for a calendar year but he's also only out-scored in the Premier League by Harry Kane (17) and Son Heung-min (15) over the same period.

It was Newcastle who prevailed victorious when these two clubs last met and they can win back-to-back encounters for the first time since 2017 right here. Crystal Palace have managed to pick up 2 wins from their last 4 visits to this stadium but it's probably fair to say Newcastle are a much stronger proposition now than they have been over recent years. Newcastle are a dangerous unit on home turf with the home supporters behind them and with Howe in charge. This game is theirs for the taking.

Newcastle to Win @ 2.14 with SBK

Anytime Scorer: Alexander Isak @ 2.90 with VBet

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Nottingham Forest vs Bournemouth

Two of the favourites for relegation from the Premier League meet in a 3pm BST kick-off on Saturday afternoon when Nottingham Forest welcome Bournemouth to the City Ground. These two clubs were playing Championship football this time last season but both are now eating at the top table. One side has spent millions on overhauling a new squad where as the other has kept faith with the players that got them up... yet then sacked their manager! Who will win?

Nottingham Forest have now spent a total of close to £150 million on revamping their playing squad. It's been a much-needed levelling up of the squad if you listen to the fans. It's a high risk chaotic gamble if you listen to the pundits. The Tricky Trees have shown signs that they can stay at this level. The team have picked up 4 points in their first 5 league games including beating West Ham at home 1-0 but the 6-0 loss away to Manchester City in midweek showed how easily it can all go wrong with the club now down in 15th place. It's interesting to read that despite being a newly promoted club themselves, Forest haven't been able to pick up a win against a newly promoted team in the Premier League in their last 11 attempts with the last such victory coming against Middlesbrough back in 1995.

Bournemouth have started a new life under caretaker manager Gary O'Neil. The team dug in for a hard-earned 0-0 draw at home to Wolves in his first game in charge. The Cherries are down in 16th position having earned 4 points from their first 5 league games. Sean Dyche, Chris Wilder, and Thierry Henry have all been linked with the managerial post but a confirmation on the appointment has yet to be announced. It's now 4 league games without a victory for the team and they haven't managed to even score a goal in over 370 minutes of top flight football. A worrying stat is that Bournemouth have only attempted a division-low 26 shots on goal this season which is 23 shots fewer than the next lowest. The term negative is almost being too kind.

OK, so the fact I'm backing Nottingham Forest in my football club's Last Man Standing competition probably suggests you should back Bournemouth to get something here. In all seriousness, I was concerned for Bournemouth at the start of the season and I'm even more concerned now. Their next appointment has to be spot on otherwise it could be carnage. O'Neil is doing a satisfactory job as caretaker but the novelty will wear off soon. Nottingham Forest still look a decent side at home and they'll be devastated if they don't win this one.

Nottingham Forest to Win @ 2.10 with SBK

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.80 with SBK

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Tottenham vs Fulham

The penultimate 3pm BST kick-off on Saturday in the Premier League is the encounter between Tottenham and Fulham at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The home side are meeting expectations with a solid start to their league campaign but they face an away team who may well be newly promoted but have already shown how dangerous they can be by taking points off a number of decent teams already.

Tottenham fans will be delighted that this season is proving to be as positive as they had hoped. Antonio Conte has turned the club into a side that look like they can qualify consistently for the Champions League with the potential to grow into Premier League title contenders over the coming seasons. Spurs are unbeaten with 3 wins and 2 draws from their opening 5 league games putting the club in 3rd place behind league leaders Arsenal and reigning champions Manchester City. It's now 11 league games unbeaten for Tottenham in a run that stretches back to last season. The team have now managed to score in each of their last 10 league games. Conte has also now led his team to 4 consecutive home wins in London derbies.

Fulham were backed by many to struggle this season but some, including myself, thought they might do OK. I don't think any of us predicted that they would be doing this well with the team in 8th position having taken 8 points from their first 5 league matches. Marco Silva is showing that his team deserve to be at this level and a key factor in that has been striker Aleksandar Mitrovic silencing the critics and scoring goals at this level having previously struggled. The Cottagers pulled off a shock 2-1 win at home to Brighton in midweek which was a massive statement from the team given how positive the Seagulls have been so far. The team are yet to pick up a win on their travels this season though and that includes losing 2-0 away to League Two club Crawley Town in the EFL Cup 2nd Round.

It's probably best if Fulham fans don't look at the head-to-head stats with Tottenham. Spurs have taken a whopping 34 points from a possible 39 points in their last 13 league meetings with the Cottagers at this level. Fulham have also managed to earn just 1 win in their last 12 visits to Tottenham with defeats coming in 8 of those games. I can't see past a solid Tottenham win here.

Tottenham HT/FT @ 2.38 with SBK

Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 1.67 with VBet

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Wolves vs Southampton

One of the more low-key games of Saturday in the Premier League is the 3pm BST kick-off between Wolves and Southampton from Molineux. The home team have had a troubling start to the season with clinical finishing in the final third being an issue. They face a visiting side who have shown the very best and worst of themselves in this campaign already so this really is a tough one to call.

Wolves have only picked up 3 points from their 5 league games so far and haven't been able to grab a win yet with the team down in 18th position. The club have only scored 2 goals so far and Bruno Lage has looked to address that with the signing of midfielder Boubacar Traore and striker Sasa Kalajdzic on transfer deadline day. It's been three draws on the bounce for Wanderers and the general build-up play and defensive performances have been encouraging. A lack of potent finishing has contributed heavily to the team now going 12 league games without a win stretching back to last season. Both of their home league matches this season have ended in draws but they did pick up a narrow 2-1 win at home against Championship team Preston in the EFL Cup 2nd Round It's also worth noting that striker Raul Jimenez has scored 5 goals in 5 appearances against Southampton.

Southampton continue to be the team in the top flight that you just can't pin down. One minute they're beating Chelsea 2-1 at home and the next minute they're losing 9-0 to someone again! The Saints are in 9th place after a generally encouraging start to the season in the face of negativity from pundits and fans alike. Defensive displays remain a concern for Ralph Hasenhuttl with the team failing to keep a clean sheet in their last 16 away league games but they did win their last away league game in a 2-1 win against a beleaguered Leicester. James Ward-Prowse could be a studious pick for anytime scorer with the attacking midfielder scoring 10 of his last 11 league goals in away matches. He hasn't scored in 4 league games now so is due one!

It may be surprising to read that Wolves have won their last 3 matches with Southampton and Southampton haven't managed to win any of their last 6 away days to Wolves. Right now, I'm not sure I'd feel confident backing Wolves to beat anyone but you just never know with Southampton. They could repeat their display of midweek but then it's typical of this Saints side that just as you think they are making progress they take two or three steps back. Have Wolves solved the striker issue? There are just so many unknowns for this game so I'll have to sit on the fence.

Draw @ 3.50 with QuinnBet

BTTS @ 1.83 with SBK

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Aston Villa vs Manchester City

The final game of the day on Saturday in the Premier League is the 5:30pm BST kick-off between a struggling Aston Villa and reigning champions Manchester City at Villa Park. It was the home team who briefly looked like they might spoil City's title party at the end of last season but they couldn't hold out. Can they go one step better on home turf this time around and put an early dent in the visitors' title defence?

Aston Villa have experienced a tricky start to the season so far. Fans' patience with Steve Gerrard is waning after they managed just 1 win from their opening 5 league games leaving the club in 19th position in the table. The Lions have now lost 3 league games on the bounce and the double signing of Leander Dendoncker and Jan Bednarek on transfer deadline day has hardly got the supporters buzzing. Does it also suggest a lack of confidence from the owners in Gerrard that his spending was restricted on the final day of the window? A loss here would see Villa lose 5 of their first 6 league games of a top flight season for the first time since 1986/87. The team have already lost 13 league games in 2022. Only Everton have lost more. It's also just 3 wins from their last 16 league games under Gerrard. It also doesn't help the pessimism that the Villans have lost 15 of their previous 16 matches played against the reigning champions in the top division.

Manchester City once again showed in midweek how destructive and ruthless they can be with the 6-0 win over newly promoted Nottingham Forest at home. Another hat-trick from star striker Erling Haaland also showed his danger in and around the 6-yard box. The Norwegian international now has 9 league goals already and is proving to be the missing piece that Pep Guardiola craved. The Citizens have scored 19 goals after 5 league games and it's their highest tally after that many games in a Premier League season. The team are 2nd in the league and only 2 points behind league leaders Arsenal. They have the opportunity to score 2 or more goals in a 15th consecutive league game here which would equal the Premier League record set by Liverpool back in 2019. It's now 20 away league games undefeated for City so all the statistics are pointing towards one outcome here.

OK, hands up if you're putting Haaland as your captain again for this game after his midweek performance but also half expect Pep to screw you over by starting him on the bench? Hopefully, because Haaland was hauled off early in midweek that was with an eye on him starting and with Kevin De Bruyne starting on the bench in midweek I assume he'll start which is the lethal combination no Premier League defence wants to see. I can see City running riot against a Villa team who are suffering right now.

Manchester City HT/FT @ 2.00 with Bet365

Manchester City -1 @ 1.91 with Coral

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Brighton vs Leicester

The Premier League only has two matches being played on Sunday this weekend and the first of those games is the 2pm BST start between Brighton and Leicester at the Amex Stadium. The home team had enjoyed a brilliant start to their campaign but suffered an unexpected defeat in midweek where as the away side look in quite bad trouble judging by their performances so far.

Brighton head into this game looking to get back to winning ways after the disappointing 2-1 away defeat to newly promoted Fulham. Graham Potter's side remain in 4th position after picking up 10 points from their opening 5 league games. The Seagulls didn't rest on their laurels on transfer deadline day either by signing Chelsea starlet Billy Gilmour. The team boast the best defence in the top flight this season having conceded just 3 league goals and are yet to concede a league goal on home turf. The team also appear to love playing on a Sunday having won 6 of the last 9 league matches played on this day. Pascal Gross looks like the shrewd choice for an anytime scorer bet having scored in 50% of the goals that Brighton have scored this season.

Leicester are in a world of trouble this season unless something dramatic happens. Brendan Rodgers has been caught napping at the wheel during the summer transfer window but it appears the sale of influential centre back Wesley Fofana to Chelsea earlier this week sparked some decisive action with the Foxes signing centre back Wout Faes from Reims as Fofana's successor. Away form continues to blight Leicester with the team only managing to keep a clean sheet in 1 of their last 28 top flight away games. A loss here would see Rodgers lose five top flight league games in a row for the first time in his managerial career and see the club remain rooted to the bottom of the table. There is a high chance of goals being scored in this game with Leicester's Premier League games played on a Sunday averaging 3.3 goals scored.

Recent head-to-head meetings had heavily favoured Leicester until last season when Brighton secured 4 points across the two games. That is double the number of points they earned in their previous 8 meetings with Leicester. I am concerned about Rodgers at Leicester. Something isn't right. Why the lack of investment in the playing squad? Why the poor run of results? Why a reluctance to make any real tactical changes? It's tough to argue against backing Brighton here because Leicester just seem to be left wanting right now.

Brighton to Win @ 1.91 with SpreadEx

BTTS @ 1.90 with SBK

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Manchester United vs Arsenal

Undoubtedly, the biggest game of the weekend in the Premier League is the 4:30pm BST kick-off on Sunday between Manchester United and Arsenal at Old Trafford. This fixture is packed with classic moments of a rivalry packed with vitriol, quality, and intensity. These two teams experienced contrasting starts to the season but with both now seemingly in fine fettle entering this game it has the potential to be a firecracker like the encounters of old.

Manchester United were looking like a troubled side after two league games but after some personnel changes and tweaks to his system it seems that Erik ten Hag is moving the team in the right direction. The Red Devils have now picked up three wins on the bounce to move up to 5th in the table and just 6 points behind their opponents for this game and league leaders Arsenal. The club made the decision to splash out £82 million on Brazilian attacker Antony from Ajax at the end of the transfer window and it's hoped that along with Casemiro those two signings can help propel the club further up the table. Cristiano Ronaldo could be a leftfield pick for anytime scorer. He might not be flavour of the month with ten Hag but he has scored 7 goals in his last 8 matches against Arsenal. The ominous news is that United have lost their last 3 league games played on a Sunday. It's their worst run of results on a Sunday since 1990.

Arsenal come into this game as the early season league leaders with 15 points from their 5 league games and boasting a 100% record. It hasn't all been straightforward but Mikel Arteta's men look like genuine title contenders right now. Can they keep it up? The Gunners have won their first 5 league games for the first time since the 2004/05 season. They ended up finishing 2nd place that time around. They haven't won their first 6 league games in a season since 1947/48. There is also the opportunity for Arsenal to keep a clean sheet in each of their first 3 away league games for just the second time in their history. The only other time that achievement was recorded was back in 1995/96. The team are now on a 6-game winning run including the back-end of last season and if they win here it'll be the first time they have won their opening 3 away league matches to a season since 2013/14.

Head-to-head stats over recent meetings do favour Arsenal with Manchester United only picking up 1 win in their last 8 meetings. However, that was a 3-2 win at home last season. Arsenal have only managed to earn 1 win in their last 15 league visits to Old Trafford and they have lost away against United in the Premier League more times than against any other club. I'm expecting a thriller here and I wouldn't be surprised if it went back and forth before ending in a score draw.

Draw @ 3.60 with SpreadEx

BTTS @ 1.63 with SBK

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Having watched the midweek game that Man United played against Leicester, it was amazing to see the difference Ronaldo made when he came on. He was an excellent target man, His hold up play was top class, and his ability to hold, and then lay the ball of was very good. Ronaldo may be in his late 30's, and even if the legs are not quite there, the skill level and vision is.

If United play a front three of Sancho, Ronaldo and Anthony, I think the two youngsters are gonna have plenty of chances, running off the pivot of Ronaldo. 

I have a feeling Anthony is gonna starrt, and will score on his home debut. Anytime is 3.6

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Manchester United vs Arsenal

Manchester United will want to continue from where they left off last time out with a 0-1 Premier League victory against Leicester City. The latest results look encouraging since the Red Devils booked three straight wins after two starting defeats. In their previous six fixtures, Erik ten Hag's Manchester United have hit the target five times, with an average number of goals per match of 0.83. Man Utd hosts the in-form Gunners, hoping to pick up where they left off on Thursday. Nearly everyone is up for selection, with just the only fitness concern for the Manchester United gaffer Erik ten Hag to contend with from a near full-strength squad. Victor Lindelöf (Unknown Injury) is out of contention.

Arsenal will go into the game following a 2-1 Premier League win against Aston Villa in their most recent match. The attack-minded Arsenal has managed to bag a surfeit of goals in their past six games (18 to be precise). That has earned them the ominous mean average of 3 goals scored per game for this time. The Gunners haven't looked this good for years and want to continue in the same fashion against fierce rivals. Owing to a completely healthy squad to choose from, the Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has zero fitness concerns to report before this game.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction                                                                            

It is going to be an exciting clash, and both teams will seek a victory in this encounter. We think a draw should be the most realistic outcome of this clash.

Goals Market Prediction

BTTS Yes didn't cash just once on the previous eight occasions when these two teams faced each other at Old Trafford. That tradition should continue, and we think neither team will keep the clean sheet in this encounter.

Draw @ 3.60

BTTS Yes @ 1.60

Correct score 2:2 @ 13.00

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