Premier League Matchday Six Review, Matchday Seven Preview

It was another fabulous week for our tips last week. Seven out of the ten games Full Time Result bet were predicted correctly, and we landed the correct score in two matches (Leicester v Huddersfield and Liverpool v Southampton) and we missed out on a couple of others by just one goal too.

However that is not all, we also landed anytime goalscorer bets in three of the games too, which meant another very successful weekend, especially when you consider the odds of some of those selections.

Highlights from last weekend being:

  • Leicester to beat Huddersfield 3-1 – 14/1 Win!
  • Liverpool to beat Southampton 3-0 – 6/1 Win!
  • Ashley Barnes to Score for Burnley v Bournemouth – 2/1 Win!
  • Bernardo Silva to Score for Manchester City v Cardiff – 13/10 Win!
  • Jamie Vardy to Score for Leicester v Huddersfield– 21/20 Win!

This weekend sees the seventh Matchday of the Premier League season and there are some huge games being contested this weekend. It is also a weekend prior to another round of Champions and Europe League fixtures next week, which promises to add a little extra excitement into the mix.

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We’ve got eight games being played on Saturday this week, which includes Manchester United’s trip to take on a resurgent West Ham who are now unbeaten in their last three. This is now a huge game for United, especially after their Carabao Cup exit to Derby in midweek. Then later that day is the biggest game of the season so far as Liverpool defend their six-game winning streak and hope to make it seven against third place Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

There’s a massive game on Sunday too at the foot of the table with Cardiff City hoping to get their first win of the season against a Burnley team that did precisely that last weekend in emphatic style over Bournemouth. The Matchday is then rounded off on Monday night with Bournemouth taking on Crystal Palace.

Here is our recap of results from last weekend’s Matchday Six fixture list, together with the latest League tables and goalscorers.

Premier League Results – Matchday Five

  • Fulham 1-1 Watford
  • Cardiff City 0-5 Man City
  • Crystal Palace 0-0 Newcastle
  • Man Utd 1-1 Wolves
  • Leicester 3-1 Huddersfield
  • Liverpool 3-0 Southampton
  • Burnley 4-0 Bournemouth
  • Brighton 1-2 Tottenham
  • West Ham 0-0 Chelsea
  • Arsenal 2-0 Everton

Premier League Table (25th Sept 2018)

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

Leading Goalscorers

  • 5 Goals – Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham), Eden Hazard (Chelsea)
  • 4 Goals – Glenn Murray (Brighton), Romelu Lukaku (Man Utd), Sadio Mane (Liverpool), Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)

*Odds shown were correct as of 11.45am GMT on Wednesday 26th September 2018

Although the top teams have big European games coming up across the middle of next week, I can’t see any of them resting key players at the weekend and as such, I am confident most teams will be at full strength, barring injury or suspension, for the games at the weekend. Here’s how I see the games for Matchday Seven panning out.

Premier League Matchday 7

Previews and Tips

  • West Ham v Manchester United

This is a tough game for United and one they need a result from after their hugely disappointing loss to Derby in the Carabao Cup in midweek. West Ham should have Marko Arnautovic back after he missed the Chelsea game with an injury and that will make the Hammers a much more potent threat in attack. United have done well on the road recently, but the Hammers improved form makes me think that this one will end all-square.

Full Time Result – Draw – 13/5

Correct Score – West Ham 1-1 Man Utd – 13/2

Anytime Goalscorer – Jesse Lingard (Man Utd) – 12/5

  • Arsenal v Watford

The Gunners have been on a winning streak since losing their opening two games of the season but they are still suspect defensively and I think this Watford team will give that back line a real test and I can see the Hornets grabbing a goal. Arsenal’s big positive is their attack though and I think it will once again be the striking duo of Aubameyang and Lacazette that see them through to a win.

Full Time Result – Home Win – 2/5

Correct Score – Arsenal 2-1 Watford – 15/2

Anytime Goalscorer – Roberto Pereyra (Watford) – 10/3

  • Everton v Fulham

Everton will probably feel thet should have got more from their game with Arsenal last week after they wasted a number of chances. Richarlison’s return has added more dynamism to the Everton attack and I think the Brazilian will be a key man here against a Fulham defence that looked very shaky at times against Watford last week. With home advantage, I think the Toffeemen get the win here and likely a decent one too.

Full Time Result – Home Win – 8/11

Correct Score – Everton 3-1 Fulham – 12/1

Anytime Goalscorer – Richarlison (Everton) – 7/4

  • Huddersfield Town v Tottenham

Tottenham ended a run of three consecutive losses away at Brighton last week and I think they will want to keep that improved run going against a Huddersfield side that is really struggling this season. Town just haven’t kicked on in their second year as a Premier League team and I think they’ll really find Spurs too much to handle here. I’m backing a comfortable win for the Londoners.

Full Time Result – Away Win – 2/5

Correct Score – Huddersfield 0-2 Tottenham – 6/1

Anytime Goalscorer – Lucas Moura (Tottenham) – 7/4

  • Manchester City v Brighton

Ok, so there’s no prizes for backing Manchester City to win at home and at odds of 1/14, they are not going to earn you a fortune when they beat Brighton. I’d love to see Chris Hughton’s men give them a game as they did Liverpool and Spurs in recent weeks, but City look so dominant at home that I find that an unlikely scenario. Another easy win for the Citizens this week.

Full Time Result – Home Win – 1/14

Correct Score – Manchester City 3-0 Brighton – 11/2

Anytime Goalscorer – David Silva (Man City) – 6/4

  • Newcastle United v Leicester City

I think this is one of the tougher fixtures to call this weekend. Leicester have blown a little hot and cold of late but they did well last week. Newcastle have had a run of very tough fixtures at home and have drawn twice on the road so I don’t think they are quite as bad as their league position suggests and while I can’t see the Magpies getting a win here, I do think Rafa Benitez team will do enough to earn another point against the Foxes.

Full Time Result – Draw – 11/5

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

Anytime Goalscorer – Jose Rondon (Newcastle) – 9/4

  • Wolves v Southampton

Wolves were superb at Old Trafford last weekend, richly deserving their point and in truth, their performance may have merited more. Southampton were well beaten at Anfield by Liverpool and this looks like being another tough game for Mark Hughes’ men. The Saints will make a game of it I am sure, but I think this Wolves team has the quality to take the three points.

Full Time Result – Home Win – 8/11

Correct Score – Wolves 2-0 Southampton – 7/1

Anytime Goalscorer – Raul Jiminez (Wolves) – 6/4

  • Chelsea v Liverpool

The biggest game of the weekend and one of the biggest of the season pits Liverpool’s undefeated six-game winning record on the line away to Chelsea, who only dropped their first points of the season away last weekend to West Ham. For me, Liverpool have looked the stronger all-round team this season and while their record at Stamford Bridge isn’t great, I think their counter attacking qualities will be enough for them to snatch a surprise win here.

Full Time Result – Away Win – 13/10

Correct Score – Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool – 9/1

Anytime Goalscorer – Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – 5/4

  • Cardiff City v Burnley

This is a massive game for both these teams but especially Cardiff who are still without a Premier League win and this is one of the games that they will feel is a must-win if they are to have any chance of staying up. A week ago, I’d have had the Bluebirds down to win it, but the manner of Burnley’s 4-0 win over Bournemouth last week suggests Sean Dyche has worked his magic again and I am backing this one to end in a combative 2-2 draw.

Full Time Result – Draw – 2/1

Correct Score – Cardiff City 2-2 Burnley – 20/1

Anytime Goalscorer – Matej Vydra (Burnley) – 5/2

  • Bournemouth v Crystal Palace

Both these sides had disappointing results last week and both will feel they need a win, Bournemouth to cement an otherwise excellent start to the season, Palace to move themselves well clear of the drop zone and to earn their first win in the league since the opening day at Fulham. It’s a close one to call between two inconsistent sides, but I think in the end Bournemouth are the more likely winner.

Full Time Result – Home Win – 6/5

Correct Score – Bournemouth 2-1 Crystal Palace – 9/1

Anytime Goalscorer – Callum Wilson (Bournemouth) – 13/10

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