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Saturday 29 October 2016, 12:30
Home: Sunderland 8.5015/2 Draw 5.2021/5 Away: Arsenal 1.402/5
Sunderland v Arsenal
Arsenal Win To Nil is 2.5 at BetVictor.
Arsenal have a decent record at the Stadium of Light with three wins in their last four trips there - and we'll be backing the Gunners to make it four in five in the early KO on Saturday. Arsene Wenger's men have won their last three Premier League away matches and if you excuse that disappointing draw against Boro last time out, they are in terrific form with seven straight wins in all competitions. Sunderland have been atrocious so far this season and if Palace, Everton and Middlesbrough can win at the Stadium of Light, then so can Arsenal.
- • Sunderland have lost seven of their nine league fixtures so far this season.
- • Their only two points have come in draws against Southampton and West Brom.
- • Boro, Everton and Palace have all won at the Stadium of Light this season.
- • This fixture ended goalless last season.
- • Three of the last seven H2H’s in all competitions have ended 3-1 to Arsenal.
- • Arsenal’s seven match winning streak (all comps) came to an end last weekend as they failed to beat Boro at the Emirates (0-0).
- • They have won their last three league aways at Burnley, Hull and Watford.
- • Both their draws so far this season have ended goalless.
Saturday 29 October 2016, 15:00
Home: Man United 1.201/5 Draw 7.006/1 Away: Burnley 19.0018/1
Man United v Burnley
United to score 3+ goals is 2.1 at Coral.
United have been really poor recently with just one Premier League win in six. In fairness, they have faced tough matches during that spell against Man City, Chelsea and Liverpool, but taking just one points from fixtures against Watford and Stoke is simply not good enough. Luckily for United, Burnley have been awful on their travels so far this season, not only losing all three on the road - but conceding three goals on each occasion, just as they have done in each of their last two at Old Trafford.
- • Man Utd were hammered 4-0 at Stamford Bridge last time out, a worse result than when Burnley visited earlier this season (3-0).
- • They have now lost three of their last six league fixtures.
- • Zlatan Ibrahimovic has scored just one goal in his last eight for United.
- • Man United have won their last five homes against Burnley.
- • The Clarets are unbeaten in two of their last four against United, but both those matches have been at Turf Moor.
- • Burnley have lost all three away matches this season at Chelsea, Leicester and Southampton, conceding three goals in each.
- • A Sam Vokes penalty at Southampton in their last away match gave them their first away goal of the season.
- • They performed well last time out with a 2-1 win over Everton.
Saturday 29 October 2016, 15:00
Home: Middlesboro 2.5531/20 Draw 3.2011/5 Away: Bournemouth 3.259/4
Middlesboro v Bournemouth
The draw is 3.25 at Sky Bet.
If this match was taking place at the Vitality, we'd definitely be backing Bournemouth following three straight wins and a credible draw against in-form Tottenham. However, The Cherries are still waiting for their first win on the road and have disappointed in trips to out of form West Ham and Crystal Palace. Draw.
- • Boro will be looking to avoid their fourth straight home defeat following the visits of Palace, Spurs and Watford.
- • They have now lost four of their last six league fixtures.
- • They have failed to score in their last two against Watford and Arsenal.
- • The last three meetings between the sides at the Riverside have ended level.
- • Bournemouth won the last meeting between the sides, 3-0 in March 2015.
- • Bournemouth have won their last three home matches, but are without a win on the road so far this season.
- • The Cherries have failed to score in two of their four aways so far, at Man City and West Ham.
- • Callum Wilson has scored three in his last six for Eddie Howe’s men.
Saturday 29 October 2016, 15:00
Home: Watford 1.753/4 Draw 3.7511/4 Away: Hull 5.509/2
Watford v Hull
The home win is 1.8 at Stan James.
Hull will have been delighted with the start they made to life back in the Premier League following two wins and a draw from their opening four matches, but six defeats in seven since now sees them stuck in the relegation zone and with the worst defensive record in the league having conceded 22 goals already. Despite just one win from four at Vicarage Road this season, Watford are a side in good form and we think they're decent value to get their second home win of the season on Saturday.
- • Watford have lost just one of their last six league fixtures.
- • They have just the one win from four at Vicarage Road so far this season (3-1 v Man Utd).
- • Bournemouth, Chelsea and Arsenal have all gone unbeaten on this ground already this season.
- • Hull won 1-2 on their last trip to Vicarage Road in 2012.
- • Just one of the last six H2H’s have ended in a home win.
- • Hull will be looking to avoid their fifth straight defeat following losses against Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea, Bournemouth and Stoke.
- • They conceded six goals in their last away match at the Vitality (6-1).
- • Since winning their first two matches of the season, Hull have earned just one point in seven matches since.
Saturday 29 October 2016, 15:00
Home: West Brom 8.5015/2 Draw 4.6018/5 Away: Man City 1.444/9
West Brom v Man City
West Brom Double Chance is 3.0 at bet365.
This one could well surprise a few. In two very tough games for West Brom, we've seen how they've performed against Spurs and Liverpool - and it very nearly worked on both occasions. After holding Spurs to a draw at the Hawthorns, Tony Pulis' men very nearly earned another against Liverpool in a narrow 2-1 defeat at Anfield last weekend. Pep's men could well struggle after failing to beat Everton and Southampton at the Etihad in their last two - matches they were strong favourites with the bookmakers to win. Just about the only thing which points to the away win is the H2H record (eight straight wins for City), but given the form of the two sides and the price for the away win, there's not a chance we'll be backing City at the Hawthorns.
- • West Brom have drawn three of their last four against Spurs, Sunderland and Stoke.
- • Everton, Boro and Tottenham have all gone unbeaten at the Hawthorns this season.
- • Nacer Chadli has scored four goals in his last five for the Baggies.
- • City have done the double over West Brom in each of the last four seasons - that’s eight straight wins.
- • City have scored exactly three goals in each of their last three trips to the Hawthorns.
- • After winning six in a row at the start of the season, Man City are now winless in three straight league matches.
- • Vincent Kompany made his first start of the season last time out against Southampton, he scored in this fixture last season.
- • Southampton, Everton, Spurs, Swansea, Man Utd, West Ham, Stoke and Sunderland have all found the net against City this season.
Saturday 29 October 2016, 15:00
Home: Tottenham 1.6513/20 Draw 4.003/1 Away: Leicester 6.5011/2
Tottenham v Leicester
Spurs are 1.7 at Betfred.
Leicester visit White Hart Lane on Saturday - a ground where they won last season, with the league's worst away record having failed to win earn a single away point this season following four straight defeats. White Hart Lane won't be an easy ground to visit considering Spurs have the joint best home record so far this season with three wins in four.
- • Spurs have drawn their last two league matches against West Brom and Bournemouth.
- • Three of their four homes in the Premier League this season have ended in wins to nil, the exception was a 1-1 draw against in-form Liverpool.
- • Dele Alli has scored their last two league goals.
- • Spurs won the most recent meeting between the sides, an FA Cup tie at the King Power in January.
- • However, Leicester had won at White Hart Lane in the Premier League just one week previously.
- • Leicester have lost all four of their away matches this season, at Chelsea, Man Utd, Liverpool and Hull.
- • Their defeat Stamford Bridge was the first away match in which they have failed to score this season.
- • Leicester have already lost the same number of league away matches this season (4) as they had in the previous 16 months.
Saturday 29 October 2016, 17:30
Home: Crystal Palace 5.2021/5 Draw 3.9029/10 Away: Liverpool 1.738/11
Crystal Palace v Liverpool
BTTS + Liverpool is 3.3 at Ladbrokes.
This looks a great shout for a BTTS+Away win. The last four H2H's have ended in BTTS+Away wins, as have six of Liverpool's nine league matches so far this season. Palace have conceded in all but one of their 11 matches in all competitions this season and have lost two of their four home matches so far.
- • Palace will be in their worst form of the season if they lose on Saturday, it would be their third straight defeat.
- • West Ham and West Brom have both already won at Selhurst Park this season.
- • After scoring three in four for Palace last month, Christian Benteke is without a goal in his last two appearances.
- • The last four H2H’s (all comps) have ended in BTTS+Away wins.
- • BTTS has now landed in each of the last eight meetings between the sides.
- • Liverpool have won five of their last six, failing only to beat Man Utd last monday (0-0).
- • They have conceded in all of their away matches this season, with BTTS landing in seven of their nine league matches home and away.
- • James Milner has scored from the spot in two of their last three away matches.
Sunday 30 October 2016, 14:30
Home: Everton 1.804/5 Draw 3.9029/10 Away: West Ham 4.8019/5
Everton v West Ham
The draw is 4.0 at Betway.
Following a fantastic start to the season, Everton are now desperate for a win following five matches without one. The Toffees' only impressive result since mid September came in a 1-1 draw at the Etihad earlier this month, but they have been criticised following defeats against Bournemouth and Burnley, a draw against out of form Palace and a cup exit against Norwich. In contrast, West Ham are in their best form of the season with two straight wins to nil under their belt, and we think they could earn a point on Sunday.
- • Everton are without a win in five, losing three (all comps).
- • Palace, Spurs and Norwich have all gone unbeaten at Goodison this season.
- • Romelu Lukaku has scored six in his last six for the Toffees.
- • West Ham came from 2-0 down to win 2-3 on this ground last season, with all three goals coming in the last 12 minutes.
- • Just one of the last six H2H’s have ended in home wins.
- • West ham are in their best form of the season so far following two straight wins against Sunderland and Palace.
- • All three of their wins so far this season have ended 1-0.
- • Manuel Lanzini has scored in each of their last two away matches at Palace and West Brom.
Sunday 30 October 2016, 17:00
Home: Southampton 3.2011/5 Draw 3.505/2 Away: Chelsea 2.407/5
Southampton v Chelsea
The draw is 3.5 at bet365.
Two in form sides clash on the South coast on Sunday with 'unbeaten in five Southampton' hosting 'three straight wins Chelsea'. The Blues will be satisfied with the start they've made to the season, but there is weakness for the Saints to exploit - we've seen the Blues lose to both Arsenal and Liverpool already this season. Southampton have looked impressive since a slow start to the season, and most recently they earned a very impressive point at the Etihad - not something many will do this season! We're backing the draw on Super Sunday.
- • Southampton are unbeaten in five, winning three against Swansea, West Ham and Burnley.
- • They are unbeaten at St Mary’s so far this season.
- • They most recently earned a point in a 1-1 draw at the Etihad.
- • Chelsea scored two in the last 15 minutes to come from behind and win at St Mary’s last season (1-2).
- • However, the Saints won more convincingly at Stamford Bridge, winning 1-3 in October 2015.
- • Chelsea will be in their best form of the season with a win on Sunday, it would be their fourth on the bounce.
- • They have failed to win away at Swansea and Arsenal this season.
- • They have won their last three league matches without conceding.
Monday 31 October 2016, 21:00
Home: Stoke 2.0521/20 Draw 3.6013/5 Away: Swansea 4.003/1
Stoke v Swansea
There's good value in the home win, Evens at BetVictor.
Two sides who won't be particularly happy with the start's they've made, but things are definitely looking brighter at the Britannia after two straight wins to nil - what a difference a week can make! As for Swansea, defeat on Monday would be their seventh in nine, they came very close to losing on this ground last season and following three straight defeats on the road over the last two months, we'll be backing the Potters.
- • Stoke are in their best form of the season and will be looking for their third win on the bounce.
- • They have beaten Hull and Sunderland 2-0 in each of their last two.
- • Joe Allen has scored five in his last five for club and country.
- • Swansea came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 on this ground last season.
- • Swansea’s last win at the Britannia came back in 2001 (1-2).
- • Swansea are winless since the opening day and have lost six of their eight league matches since.
- • They have lost three aways on the bounce at Arsenal, Southampton and Leicester.
- • Leroy Fer has scored half of the Swans’ away goals this season.