We have another exciting weekend of Premier League action coming up this week starting on Saturday lunchtime as Bournemouth welcome Manchester United to the Vitality Stadium which is then followed by a number of games on Saturday at 3pm including West Ham facing Newcastle, Liverpool’s trip to an improving Aston Villa and Manchester City’s home tie with Southampton. Then on Sunday we have Palace facing Leicester City, while Everton take on Tottenham in the later kick off.

This week is a slightly different one to usual as this article is being produced around a fortnight or so before it normally would be due to the fact I am away, so there is no point giving you Premier League table preview as by the time you read this article it will be well out of date. So, we’re just going to crack on and bring you our tips for each game, and you will be able to check the odds on these games with bet365 Sport by the time the article goes live on site.

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Premier League Matchday 11 Fixtures and Tips

  • Bournemouth v Manchester United (12.30)

Can Manchester United end their dismal run of away form away against a Bournemouth side who have a home record that is generally pretty good? Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team have not won an away games since beating PSG in Paris in March (before their game with Norwich last week), losing the majority while Bournemouth’s inconsistent start has them hovering in mid-table. United badly need something here but I am just not convinced they can break this hoodoo just yet. I feel this one is most likely to be a draw.

  • Arsenal v Wolves

I have been impressed with Arsenal this season to an extent. The Gunners have proven themselves to be a difficult team to beat in the Premier League (at the time of writing, only Liverpool have done so) but even so they still to be well off the pace being set by the top two. Wolves poor start is now a distant memory and their form is much improved of late and they also gave the top sides a real examination last season and they have also beaten Manchester City this. However, I feel this game should see Arsenal claim the victory.

  • Aston Villa v Liverpool

Regardless of how Liverpool have performed against Man Utd and Tottenham before this game, they will come into the match leading the Premier League against a Villa side that have started to see their form improve significantly in recent weeks. Villa Park is never an easy place to go and pick up a win but Liverpool have managed to do precisely that in some tough venues already this season and I feel they should have enough to ensure the Reds fans go home happy with three points secured.

  • Brighton v Norwich City

This is a game that both these teams will feel that they have an excellent chance of landing a victory in. Norwich recorded a rare clean sheet in a recent draw with Bournemouth and that is progress for Daniel Farke’s team. Brighton were unlucky to lose to a late Villa goal in their last away game and I think both teams have very similar phiolosophies and styles. I think though Brighton’s extra top flight experience will just see this one go in their favour.

  • Manchester City v Southampton

Manchester City have had a somewhat mixed start to the season. Even in the games they lost, they have tended to dominate things and in truth, I can’t see any way for Southampton to get a result here if City get anywhere near their best form. The injuries City have in central defence would be a worry against more ruthless teams, but I feel against the likes of Southampton it won’t be too great a concern. Back City to win this one comfortably.

  • Sheffield United v Burnley

This clash of the Roses sees Yorkshire host Lancashire in what will be a big game for both teams. The Blades have made a fine start to their season in the EPL, while Burnley’s form is superb and they are looking more like the side that finished in the top half a couple of seasons ago. I don’t expect a game of Tiki Taka football here, but I think Burnley’s experience and their ability to play teams like the Blades will give them the edge. Back Burnley to land a narrow away victory here.

  • West Ham v Newcastle United

Mauricio Pellegrini will be worried at how his West Ham side are performing in recent weeks, with a worrying slump in form after a solid start to the season. Newcastle lost at Chelsea narrowly last time out but they are looking more difficult to beat and more organised defensively now than at the start of the season. I think this will be another close one and I am backing Newcastle to come away from the game with a surprise draw.

  • Watford v Chelsea (5.30)

Are there positive signs for Watford? A solid draw at Tottenham was an unexpected point but at the time of writing, the Hornets are yet to win a game this season in the EPL. They do have a decent home record against Chelsea however, but I feel this Chelsea team is particularly suited to playing on the road and hitting teams on the counter attack. As such, I am backing Frank Lampard’s side to emerge with the win here.

  • Crystal Palace v Leicester (2pm Sun)

Two teams who will be more than happy with their start to the season. bet365-early-soccer-payoutHowever I think both teams ultimately have different ambitions. I see Palace seeking to consolidate in the top half, while Leicester must have genuine top six or even top four ambitions after their start. Man City were solid winners over Palace in London a couple of weeks back and I think Leicester are well equipped to get a result here too.

  • Everton v Tottenham (4.30pm Sun)

Marco Silva’s blood pressure dropped a little after Everton’s win over West Ham a couple of weeks ago and he’ll have hoped to follow that up with a positive result at Brighton. The Toffee’s should also be confident of getting a result against a Tottenham side who seem badly out of sorts at the moment. A 1-1 home draw by Watford followed by two games on the road against Liverpool and Everton is a big ask for Spurs at the moment and as such, I think Everton could snatch the victory.