Premier League Weekend Tips – Week 6

Last weekend one of our tips landed at a very nice price of 11/1, with Manchester City’s come from behind 3-1 win over West Ham being our sole winner.

In truth, we were awfully close in a couple of other games too, which goes to show that the tips were not too far off the mark.

After a midweek that has seen plenty of European action in the Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League, we get back to domestic action this weekend with another full set of games.

The big game this weekend sees the two North London rivals clash as Arsenal take on Tottenham in what should be an intriguing clash between two of the teams chasing Manchester City at the top of the table.

Other big games include Burnley hosting Manchester United on Saturday evening and on Sunday Chelsea face Aston Villa, while Liverpool host West Ham.

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How Things Look In The EPL After Week 5

A look at the Premier League table shows Manchester City leading the way with maximum points from their five games, closely followed by Tottenham, Liverpool and Arsenal who are all just two points behind the leaders. Brighton are just one point further back in fifth.

At the bottom, only Luton Town have yet to collect a point, while Burnley and Everton remain in the other two relegation spots. Also struggling are Chelsea, who lie 14th with 5 points, Manchester United who are 13th with 6 points and Newcastle who are 12th also with six points.

The top four remain the only unbeaten teams in the EPL this season, while the bottom four, plus 15th placed Bournemouth are the only teams without a win in their five games so far.

Man City have the best defensive record having conceded just three goals, while Brighton are the best attacking side, having scored 15 in their five games so far.

Erling Haaland, unsurprisingly, leads the goalscorer charts with 7 goals in Manchester City’s five games with Bryan Mbuemo (Brentford), Evan Ferguson (Brighton) and Odsonne Eduoard (Crystal Palace) all have four goals ahead of host of players with three.

Mo Salah and Pedro Neto lead the assists charts with four apiece.

Premier League Weekend Tips – Game Day 6

All games kick off at 3pm Saturday or 2pm on Sunday unless otherwise stated. All odds shown were correct with bet365 Sport at the time of writing but may change in the meantime.

Saturday 23rd September

  • Crystal Palace v Fulham

Two London teams doing better than they probably expected this season meet at Selhurst Park. Palace have always been somewhat maddeningly inconsistent and that has continued this season. However, they do at least look capable of scoring goals. Fulham have conceded 10 goals in their five games, which is a worry against a Palace side who look solid defensively. This will be a close one and I think one goal either way may decide it. Tip – Crystal Palace 1-0 Fulham – 13/2.

  • Luton Town v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Luton have found life tough after earning promotion to the Premier League last season. Four defeats in four has given them a clear insight into just how tough things are at this level. They face a Wolves side who have won just one of their last five but who have played very well in a couple of those defeats without reward. This may be the game where the visitors get a bit of reward if they can keep up their good levels of performance for 90 minutes. Tip – Luton Town 1-2 Wolves – 9/1

  • Manchester City v Nottingham Forest

City have twice come from behind in their last two games to win 3-1, at West Ham last weekend and then at home to Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League in midweek. They face a Forest side who went 2-0 up early on against Manchester United, but still ended up losing 3-2. Steve Cooper’s Forest seem to have improved from last season and with City enduring an injury crisis, they may fancy their chances here, but I still feel City will be far too strong and will land a comfortable win here. Tip – Manchester City 3-0 Nottingham Forest – 13/2.

  • Brentford v Everton (5.30pm)

The Bees lost their first game of the season last weekend at Newcastle, but they will be hoping to bounce back here against an Everton side who are still winless and who have one point from their five games. With the protracted sale to controversial US-based 777 still ongoing, Everton’s financial situation remains perilous and that can’t be good for the team, especially away to a very good Brentford side who I feel will record the win here. Tip – Brentford 2-0 Everton – 8/1.

  • Burnley v Manchester United (8.00pm)

Manchester United have lost all their away games this season in the EPL and Europe and this trio to Burnley offers them as good a chances as any to break that poor run. Make no mistake, the pressure is very much on Erik Ten Hag’s team here after a very poor start to the campaign and anything less than three points could see them drop over 10 points behind the leaders. Burnley do need a win but Vincent Kompany’s team could find it a tough ask here. Tip – Burnley 0-2 Manchester United – 9/1.

Sunday 24th September

  • Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspurs

The North London derby is always a massive game in any EPL season but with both teams hot on the heels of Manchester City, this is a crucial game that neither side will want to lose for a number of reasons. Arsenal’s dropped points this season came in a home game with Fulham, while Spurs came in an opening day draw at Brentford. Spurs last two wins have come against teams in the bottom three which makes me think that maybe their position is a little inflated. As such, I am going for the Gunners to win a close one here. Tip – Arsenal 2-1 Tottenham – 8/1.

  • Brighton v Bournemouth

Two south coast rivals meet up sporing very different recent form. Brighton are in great shape after a superb win at Old Trafford last week, while Bournemouth have drawn there of their five games, but are yet to win. It’s hard to see the Cherries breaking that run here against a very disciplined and organised Brighton side. The Seagulls did lose at home to West Ham earlier on in the season but I think that won’t affect what happens here. I think the home side win this one comfortably. Tip – Brighton 3-0 Bournemouth – 11/1.

  • Chelsea v Aston Villa

Can Chelsea get back to winning ways? Despite almost $1bn in spending, the Londoners have amassed just five points this season and appear no better off than they did last year. Aston Villa’s away form must be a real worry for Unai Emery as they have lost heavily on the road twice this season at Newcastle (5-1) and Liverpool (3-0) but against a Chelsea side out of form, could they snatch something from this game? I think they might. Tip – Chelsea 1-1 Aston Villa – 7/1.

  • Liverpool v West Ham United

A dismal first half performance at Wolves last week saw Liverpool go in 1-0 down. However a second half fightback saw the Reds earn a 3-1 win to keep them very much in the thick of things at the top of the table. West Ham were thereabouts too until last week when a 1-0 lead against Manchester City turned into a 3-1 defeat. The Hammers have given Liverpool some tough games in recent times, particularly at Anfield and I can see this one being close. The return of Virgil van Dijk from suspension though will help the home team here and that could be key in securing a result. Tip – Liverpool 3-1 West Ham – 10/1.

  • Sheffield United v Newcastle United (4.30pm)

The two United’s clash at Bramall Lane on Sunday evening with both in need of the points. Sheffield United grabbed their first point of the campaign with a 2-2 draw with Everton, but lost last week at Spurs due to two very late goals in added time. Newcastle got back to winning ways after three straight defeats with a win over Brentford and followed that up with a good 0-0 draw away to Milan in the Champions League. If they can do that in the San Siro, I am backing them to get a good result here too. Tip – Sheffield United 1-2 Newcastle United – 8/1.

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