Premier League Punters - Weekend's Top Predictions

Gabe Morency

Saturday, September 9, 2017 1:42 AM UTC

Saturday, Sep. 9, 2017 1:42 AM UTC

I’m so happy we’re back to domestic football action. The International break is profitable but definitely not as much fun. Here’s what I’ve got for the Premier League this weekend. Manchester City take on Liverpool this weekend.
<p>I’m so happy we’re back to domestic football action. The International break is profitable but definitely not as much fun.</p><p>Here’s what I’ve got for the Premier League this weekend.</p><p>Manchester City take on Liverpool this weekend in the early game on Saturday and the bookies have this one down as a City win. I can’t get behind that. Liverpool have pace to burn and will cause the best defences a headache this season. I’m on the +330 that Pinnacle are so generously offering.</p><p>Arsenal v Bournemouth are up next and I don’t think there’s really a “good” option in this one. Both sides are struggling and although Arsenal should win this, I wouldn’t be surprised if it ended in draw.</p><p>Brighton v West Brom looks like an away win all end up to me. The odds are excellent at +213 with Pinnacle. Neither of my systems have gone for it though so I am forced to back it off my own thoughts (which doesn’t always end well).</p><p>Everton v Spurs should be a good game, played by two good, footballing sides. You can get +104 (Pinnacle) for over 2.5 goals in this one and I like that. I’m staying out of the Match Odds market though.</p><p>Leicester v Chelsea is where my “crazy” bets start to come in. Leicester are the choice for this one and the odds are good at +400 with Pinnacle. I think Chelsea will need to be on an “off-day” for this one to come in but we’ve seen crazier things happen.</p><p>Southampton v Watford is another game that could be very entertaining. Watford are looking good this season and I think they could get a European spot. I don’t understand the odds here and am quite happy to take the +500 on offer from BetVictor for an away win.</p><p>Manchester United look well set-up to take a win in their trip to Stoke but the odds hold no interest for me. I’m almost tempted by the odds on the under 2.5 goals but it’s not quite there for me.</p><p>Burnley take on Crystal Palace in a game that could be make or break for Frank de Boer. Unfortunately, for him, I think it could be “break” as I think this is a solid Burnley side and they will keep fighting to the en of the game, not something you could say about Palace right now.</p><p>Swansea v Newcastle is a game I’m staying out of. I will be watching though as I’m a big fan of Renato Sanches and he is likely to be starting in this one after his loan move from Bayern Munich.</p><p>Those are my thoughts on this weekend’s games. I’d be interested to hear yours.</p>
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