After a short break due to the Champions League and a number of other big sporting events to learn about, we are returning back to the Premier League this week for our tips article, hot on the heels of another big weekend of action last time around.

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Last weekend, the big game took place on Monday evening and it was Manchester City who came out on top, earning a 1-0 win over Tottenham at Wembley. Spurs could and perhaps should have earned a point from a game that was played with the pitch in a very poor condition, following the NFL game that had taken place on the surface just 24 hours prior.

It was an awful weekend too for Leicester City as their owner and four other people were killed in a helicopter crash outside the King Power Stadium and it is going to be hard for Leicester players to refocus ahead of their game with Cardiff in Wales at the weekend.

On the field, Liverpool and Chelsea both recorded comfortable wins 4-1 and 4-0 respectively over Cardiff City and Burnley, which meant that both are unbeaten after 10 games. Liverpool now sitting second in the table on goal difference behind City, with Chelsea just two points further back.

Arsenal’s winning run came to an end as they were held 2-2 at Selhurst Park by Crystal Palace in an entertaining game on Sunday, while Manchester United just about edged a win over Everton at Old Trafford thanks to goals from Pogba and Martial.

With Carabao Cup games prior to this weekend, I am expecting those teams involved to rest key men in midweek allowing their top players to be fresh for the weekend’s clash and that sets up some intriguing games from Saturday through to Monday.

Outlined below is a full round up of how Matchday unfolded and we will then follow this with the latest league table, top goalscorers and finally our trio of tips for each of the ten games this coming weekend.

Premier League Results – Matchday Ten

  • Brighton 1-0 Wolves
  • Southampton 0-0 Newcastle
  • Liverpool 4-1 Cardiff City
  • Fulham 0-3 Bournemouth
  • Watford 3-0 Huddersfield Town
  • Leicester City 1-1 West Ham United
  • Burnley 0-4 Chelsea
  • Crystal Palace 2-2 Arsenal
  • Manchester United 2-1 Everton
  • Tottenham 0-1 Man City

Premier League Table

Pos Team Ply F A Pts Gd
1 Manchester City 10 27 3 26 24
2 Liverpool 10 20 4 26 16
3 Chelsea 10 24 7 24 17
4 Arsenal 10 24 13 22 11
5 Tottenham 10 16 8 21 8
6 Bournemouth 10 19 12 20 7
7 Watford 10 16 12 19 4
8 Manchester United 10 17 17 17 0
9 Everton 10 16 14 15 2
10 Wolves 10 9 9 15 0
11 Brighton 10 11 13 14 -2
12 Leicester City 10 16 16 13 0
13 West Ham 10 9 15 8 -6
14 Crystal Palace 10 7 13 8 -6
15 Burnley 10 10 21 8 -11
16 Southampton 10 6 14 7 -8
17 Cardiff City 10 9 23 5 -14
18 Fulham 10 11 28 5 -17
19 Newcastle United 10 6 14 3 -8
20 Huddersfield Town 10 4 21 3 -17

Leading Goalscorers

  • 7 Goals – Hazard (Chelsea), Aubameyang (Arsenal)
  • 6 Goals – Murray (Brighton), Aguero (Man City), Mane (Liverpool)
  • 5 Goals – Salah (Liverpool), Wilson (Bournemouth), Sigurdsson (Everton), Mitrovic (Fulham), Kane (Tottenmham), Pereyra (Watford)

With the first quarter of the season now complete, there are still three teams unbeaten and two without a win in the Premier League so far this season. Liverpool face the biggest test to hold on to their unbeaten record, away at Arsenal, while both Newcastle and Huddersfield will feel they have potentially winnable games coming up against Watford and Fulham respectively.

*Odds correct as of 12pm on Tuesday 30th October 2018

Premier League Matchday 11

  • Bournemouth v Manchester United

This is a tricky game to call, United have been in better form in the Premier League of late, but without ever looking convincing. Bournemouth are in great shape, but their squad lacks the quality of United. That said, I think the Cherries will give United a real test here, but I think the better players in attack will prove decisive for United.

Full Time Result – Man Utd to win – 19/20

Correct Score – Bournemouth 1-2 Man Utd – 17/2

Result/Both Teams to Score – Man Utd/ Yes – 13/5

  • Cardiff City v Leicester City

After the awful events at the King Power Stadium last weekend, this is going to be a very tough game for Leicester to have full focus on. Cardiff also need the points badly in their relegation battle and in truth, in normal circumstances, I would back Leicester to win here, but given all that has happened, I think a draw is the most likely outcome.

Full Time Result – Draw – 9/4

Correct Score – Cardiff City 1-1 Leicester City – 11/2

Result/Both Teams to Score – Draw / Yes – 7/2

  • Everton v Brighton

After securing their first away win in many months last time they went on the road to Newcastle, Brighton will be hoping their second comes in this trip to Everton. Personally, I can’t see it. I thought Everton were unlucky to lose to United last weekend and I am backing them to put that result right here with a solid performance and win over the Seagulls.

Full Time Result – Everton to win – 13/20

Correct Score – Everton 2-0 Brighton – 7/1

Result/Both Teams to Score – Everton / No – 13/8

  • Newcastle United v Watford

Life is hard for Newcastle fans at the moment, with no wins from 10 games, Rafa Benitez’ future in doubt and seemingly little money to improve the squad in January. Watford in the other hand are flying after two great wins in their last two games put an end to their blip in form. I am backing the Hornets to sting once again and land the win at St James’ Park.

Full Time Result – Watford to win – 7/4

Correct Score – Newcastle 1-2 Watford – 11/1

Result/Both Teams to Score – Watford / Yes – 5/1

  • West Ham v Burnley

Can Burnley bounce back from a thumping at home to Chelsea to earn a win at West Ham? I doubt it as Sean Dyche’s men don’t seem to have that same resilience they showed last season. West Ham have played well in patches this season but I think this home game is one that they should be looking to secure a big three points from.

Full Time Result – West Ham to win – 8/11

Correct Score – West Ham 3-1 Burnley – 16/1

Result/Both Teams to Score – West Ham / Yes – 3/1

  • Arsenal v Liverpool

Liverpool bring their unbeaten record to the Emirates in what should be a cracker of a game. This game usually produces lots of goals but with Liverpool’s defence now much better, I think things will be tighter. The Gunners attackers are firing well, but so are Liverpool’s and I think as the better balanced team, the Reds may just record a relatively rare win on Arsenal’s home patch.

Full Time Result – Liverpool to win – Evens

Correct Score – Arsenal 1-2 Liverpool – 17/2

Result/Both Teams to Score – Liverpool / Yes – 12/5

  • Wolves v Tottenham

After a solid start to the season, Wolves have hit something of a rough patch in recent games and they now face a Spurs side who are itching to get back to winning ways following their 1-0 loss at home to Man City on Monday. I think this is a good time for Spurs to play Wolves as the confidence will have taken a hit and with Erikssen and Alli back, Spurs should grab the win.

Full Time Result – Tottenham to win – 23/20

Correct Score – Wolves 0-2 Tottenham – 11/1

Result/Both Teams to Score – Tottenham / No – 11/4

  • Man City v Southampton

Can I make any case for Man City not to win this game comfortably? Well last season Southampton almost earned a point at the Etihad, but I can’t see that this time around. City are flying, look so confident and dangerous every time they come forward and Southampton look simply ordinary and set to struggle for the rest of the season. As such, I see a big win for the home fans to enjoy.

Full Time Result – Man City to win – 1/10

Correct Score – Man City 4-0 Southampton – 8/1

Result/Both Teams to Score – Man City / No – 4/6

  • Chelsea v Crystal Palace

After a battling performance against Arsenal last week, Palace fans will be happy with a point from that game but now they face an even more difficult task away to Chelsea. With Eden Hazard in rampant form at the moment, it is hard to see how Chelsea, who won 4-0 against Burnley last week, won’t run up a similar scoreline here.

Full Time Result – Chelsea to win – 1/4

Correct Score – Chelsea 3-0 Crystal Palace – 15/2

Result/Both Teams to Score – Chelsea / No – 21/20

  • Huddersfield Town V Fulham

Two of the worst defences in the Premier League meet in Yorkshire in what could be a pivotal clash for both teams. Fulham have a much better attack and I can see them scoring, but likewise, so porous is the Fulham defence, I think Huddersfield will also find the net. As such, I think a 1-1 draw is the best option here.

Full Time Result – Draw – 23/10

Correct Score – Huddersfield 1-1 Fulham – 11/2

Result/Both Teams to Score – Draw / Yes 10/3