EPL Weekend Tips – Week 7

EPL Tips

Well, we landed another 10/1 shot last week as Liverpool did indeed beat West Ham by a 3-1 scoreline, which means that’s two longer priced winners in the past two weeks.

However, that doesn’t tell the whole story because on seven of the other nine English Premier League (EPL) matches, I was just one goal away from landing another winner.

I think that’s a pretty raw deal, to be so close so many times without landing at least a second or event third win of the weekend.

Last week’s results saw Manchester City remain top, two points ahead of Liverpool, with Brighton moving into third ahead of Tottenham and Arsenal who are fourth and fifth apiece. Aston Villa finish out the top six.

The three newly promoted teams, Luton, Burnley and Sheffield United occupy the three relegation spots and they have just one point each, two behind 17th placed Bournemouth, who are the only other EPL team without a win.

You can check out the latest Premier League Table by clicking on the link here.

Still, with many EPL teams in action in the Football League Cup (Carabao Cup) in midweek, we now focus back on the Premier League for this coming weekend.

We have eight games on Saturday, with just the one on Sunday and also one on Monday night.

But before we take a look at our tips, with odds provided by bet365 Sport as per usual, let’s catch up on the latest EPL news that has hit the headlines this week.

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Latest EPL News

No Resolution In Sight To The Sancho Situation at Manchester United

Jadon Sancho’s future at Manchester United looks in severe doubt after he fell out with manager Erik Ten Hag over what Ten Hag called multiple breaches of club rules. Sancho, however, disputes this, even going public with that via social media, leading to him training away from the first team.

There has been no resolution to the issue as yet and several clubs are thought to be willing to try and make a cut-price deal with United for the England winger in the January transfer window.

EPL Full Backs Sign Fresh Deals

Manchester City’s Kyle Walker has ended speculation about his future by signing a new long-term deal with Manchester City.

Walker had been linked with his former club and newly promoted EPL team Sheffield United, as well as a move to Bayern Munich in the summer, but remained on City’s books.

His good form this season has prompted City to make him a longer term offer which will likely see him finish his career with the club.

Liverpool’s back up left back, Kostas Tsimikas is another player who has signed a new long term deal, this one keeping him at Liverpool until 2028.


Newcastle United Set New EPL Record

Newcastle United’s 8-0 away win over Sheffield United last weekend was not just the Magpies best ever away win in the Premier League, it also saw the first time eight goals have been scored by eight different scorers from the same team in an EPL fixture.

The EPL record-busting win moved Newcastle up to 8th in the table, a point behind West Ham.

EPL Fixtures And Tips For Week 7

Kick off times are 3pm unless otherwise stated.

Saturday 30th September

  • Aston Villa v Brighton (12.30pm)

Sixth faces third in the table in the midday game in the EPL on Saturday. Villa have an unblemished home record of three wins from three, but they face a Brighton side who are also unbeaten on the road this season. Both teams are in the unusual position of having European games next week too, so they may have one eye on those games. This could be a hugely entertaining game and I do feel we will see goals at both ends. Tip – Aston Villa 2-2 Brighton – 10/1.

  • Bournemouth v Arsenal

The Cherries are without a win in their six games so far this season, but they have drawn three under new manager Javier Irureta. Arsenal have won four and drawn two of their six games so far, but have injury worries over several key men such as Partey, Rice, Saka and Martinelli. The Gunners have a strong enough squad to cope with any omissions in this game however and in truth, I’d expect them to win this one comfortably. Tip – Bournemouth 1-3 Arsenal – 11/1.

  • Everton v Luton Town

Everton’s fantastic win away to Brentford last week will have given Sean Dyche’s team a massive boost of confidence and they can back that up with another win here against a Luton Town side that have picked up just one point this season so far. The Hatters are finding life so much tougher at this level than the Championship and with Everton’s confidence much improved, I think the Toffees will land another key win here. Tip – Everton 2-0 Luton Town – 13/2.

  • Manchester United v Crystal Palace

Oddly enough, these two teams met in midweek in the Carabao Cup, with Manchester United coming out as comfortable 3-0 winners on Tuesday night. Erik Ten Hag made it clear he values this competition with his team selection for that game and I can see United being just as strong here. That’s bad news for Palace who were well beaten in the week and who I think will be equally well beaten here at the weekend.  Tip – Manchester United 3-1 Crystal Palace – 12/1.

  • Newcastle United v Burnley

Eddie Howe must have been thrilled with last week’s 8-0 thrashing of Sheffield United at Bramall Lane, a new record for Newcastle away wins and a new Premier League record seeing eight different players score the goals. Now Newcastle face another newly promoted side in Burnley who are also finding life tough back in the top flight once again. I can’t see Vincent Kompany’s team collapsing like the Blades did though, so I am backing a closer game here, but still a win for the home team. Tip – Newcastle United 3-0 Burnley – 17/2.

  • West Ham United v Sheffield United

Both these teams were well beaten last weekend, the Hammers by Liverpool and Sheffield United were humbled 8-0 at home by Newcastle. Both managers will want to see their team bounce back and put on a better showing in this game but I think it will be David Moyes who is most likely to get that kind of reaction here. That defeat at Liverpool was the Hammers first of the season and I think they’ll get back to winning ways here. Tip – West Ham 2-0 Sheffield United – 15/2.

  • Wolverhampton Wanderers v Manchester City

Wolves have not enjoyed a good start to the season and lie 16th in the table with just one win and a draw in their six games so far. Manchester City have been perfect so far in defence of their EPL title, winning all six games and conceding just three goals in that period. It is hard to see anything other than another Manchester City win here though, even though Wolves are a team that they have had problems with in the past. Tip – Wolves 0-2 Manchester City – 7/1.

  • Tottenham Hotspurs v Liverpool (5.30pm)

The biggest game this weekend comes from North London where Spurs, fresh from their 2-2 draw at Arsenal, face Liverpool, a team that they have beaten once in the last 16 games between the two. The Reds have dropped just two points this season, that in a draw at Chelsea on the opening day and both teams are unbeaten so far in the season. We could be in for a cracker here and for me, this is going to be the game of the weekend to watch. Tip – Tottenham 2-3 Liverpool – 18/1.

Sunday 1st October

  • Nottingham Forest v Brentford (2pm)

12th faces 13th in the EPL table in this battle between two teams who have had relatively solid starts to the season but whose form has dropped off a little in the last two weeks. Forest have looked solid at home, while Brentford have been difficult to beat, but did lose their last two. The Bees though don’t lose too many games a season and they could look to this game to get back to form. Forest though will have the same idea and with home advantage, they could well achieve that. Tip – Nottingham Forest 2-1 Brentford – 11/1.

Monday 2nd October

  • Fulham v Chelsea (8.00pm)

These two local rivals are literally just a mile or so apart and the rivalry between the two is as fierce as any other London derby. Of the two, Fulham have had the better start to the season with Marco Silva’s team picking up some useful wins, as well as drawing a few games to lie 11th in the table, with Chelsea three points worse off in 14th. The Blues have lost three of their last five and they are looking somewhat toothless in attack, which means we could see a tight game here. Tip – Fulham 1-1 Chelsea – 6/1.

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