Manchester United against Spurs headlines a bumper Sunday lineup of Premier League action which includes six games in total.
Leicester vs West Ham – 1pm
One way traffic. That’s the expectation. Jamie Vardy and Jonny Evans are both available after leaving early during the Foxes’ big win over City. That and the fact that they did the double over the Hammers means that Leicester are rightful favourites to make it four from four.
Suggested bet: Leicester to win 2-0 at 8.5
Southampton vs West Brom – 1pm
The Saints finally got on the board in the previous game week but West Brom were arguably the biggest surprise package. The Baggies raced into a three goal lead against Chelsea only to surrender all of their advantage. That leaves this game evenly poised. Don’t expect too many goals.
Suggested bet: Southampton to win 1-0 at 7.5
Arsenal vs Sheffield United – 3pm
If you are playing fantasy football then you should be screaming Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang! The prolific Arsenal frontman scored 13 goals last season at the Emirates. Now, he can add to his ever-growing tally against the Blades; a side who have conceded 46 shots this term, the fourth-worst record in the Premier League, and have yet to keep a clean sheet.
Suggested bet: Over 2.5 match goals at 1.95
Wolves vs Fulham – 3pm
The difference in this contest should be Raul Jimenez. The Wolverhampton Wanderers striker has enjoyed a fine start to the new season and has scored in two of the opening three game weeks. Now, he will be looking to get Wolves back to their best after their surprise hammering by West Ham.
Suggested bet: Wolves to win at 1.52
Manchester United vs Spurs – 5:30pm
Jose Mourinho takes charge against his former club after a confidence booster in midweek when Spurs edged Chelsea on penalties. Now, Mourinho must get his side in top shape as they look to recover from a slow start that has produced a win, a draw and a loss.
United are not in peak form themselves after narrowly beating Brighton in the wake of their opening defeat at home to Palace. Heung-Min Son has been influential for Mourinho’s side but will not be in action as he looks to return after the international break. That leaves Bruno Fernandes as this match’s key player. The Portugal star has been impressive since his arrival and has nine goals and eight assists in 16 Premier League games.
That form combined with United’s recent dominance over Spurs could point to a home victory. If so, that will be United’s fourth match unbeaten against the Londoners. Betting on a draw? The last 14 matches have seen a winner with United 11 to 3 up.
Suggested bet: Manchester United to win at 1.89
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Aston Villa vs Liverpool – 8:15pm
The Villains are looking to win three consecutive Premier League matches for the first time since April 2010 but at the same time, Liverpool can be the first team in top-flight history to start three consecutive campaigns with four victories in a row.
Eyes will be on Ross Barkley after the England international joined from Chelsea last week. Liverpool will be left scrambling to replace the gap left by new signing Thiago Alcantara (Covid-19) and potentially Jordan Henderson (muscle injury).
Suggested bet: Match goals over 2.5 at 1.55