Scotland v England

The EPL returns this weekend which means we can give you our latest set of Premier League Weekend Tips!

We have a full set of 10 games from Saturday through to Monday including a cracker between West Ham and Manchester City, plus an intriguing game from Goodison Park as Everton take on Arsenal.

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Check out the current Premier League table, which sees Manchester City holding a two-point lead and 100% record at the top of the table, with Luton and Burnley both yet to claim a point from their opening three games.

Then when you are ready, take a look at the fixtures below to see what the ten games are scheduled for this coming weekend.

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Premier League Weekend Tips – Game Day 5

Premier League Weekend Tips – Saturday 16th September

  • Wolves v Liverpool (12.30pm)

Wolves have won just one of the last 11 fixtures between these two teams, drawing just one more as Liverpool have dominated this fixture in recent times. That single win came in a 3-0 win here last season as a poor Liverpool side crumbled. This season though, the Reds have looked much more like themselves and are unbeaten in four games. I fancy them to make it five here and pick up the three points here too. Tip – Wolves 1-2 Liverpool – 17/2

  • Aston Villa v Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace have had a great start to the season to lie 7th while Villa’s good home form has been the basis of their six points with two away defeats at Newcastle and Liverpool. This fixture is at Villa Park though and as such, given Villa’s strong home form and good results in this fixture over the years, it is hard not to back them here. With Ollie Watkins in good form and Moussa Diaby looking a very good signing I’m backing the home side to eke out the win. Tip – Aston Villa 1-0 Crystal Palace – 15/2

  • Fulham v Luton Town

Fulham have started the season with four points from four games but they have a good chance to improve on that here against a pointless Luton Town. The Hatters have played a game less than all other teams bar Burnley in the division so far, but they have found it tough going. I can’t see that getting any easier against a Fulham side who look solid at home. Tip – Fulham 3-1 Luton Town – 14/1

  • Manchester United v Brighton

Brighton have won three of the last four against United, their only loss coming on penalties in last season’s FA Cup Semi Final. They beat United in this fixture last season 2-1. United though have a fantastic home record over the last 12 months or so and few teams have come to Old Trafford and emerged with a point, let alone a win. So, this promises to be a very interesting game. I can’t quite see Brighton having enough to win, but I am not sure United are playing well enough to win either. Tip – Manchester United 1-1 Brighton – 7/1

  • Tottenham v Sheffield United

A new look Spurs have started the season very well under Ange Postecoglu, making light of the loss of Harry Kane to be joint second top scorers in the division. They’ll fancy their chances of a good home win here against a Sheffield United side who lie 17th with just one point from their four games this season. Richarlison needs a goal or two but with James Maddison and Son firing on all cylinders, Spurs should be comfortable winners here. Tip – Tottenham 3-0 Sheffield United – 8/1

  • West Ham v Manchester City

Both these sides are unbeaten in the league this season, with the Hammers lying 4th on 10 points and City first with a maximum 12. City have won 14 of the last 17 games between the two, but it is also fair to say West Ham have scarcely been in better form for any of those games. Even without De Bruyne, City still look a fantastic team and it is hard to back against them continuing their excellent run of form against the Hammers here. Tip – West Ham 1-3 Manchester City – 11/1

  • Newcastle United v Brentford (5.30pm)

After their defeat to Brighton and then to Liverpool, Newcastle United boss Eddie Howe will be feeling under pressure to end that run of results here at home to a Brentford side who have drawn three and won one of their four games this season. That suggests the Bees are tough to beat, but so too are Newcastle and I think after those two tough losses, they will be chomping at the bit to put things right here. Tip – Newcastle 2-0 Brentford – 8/1

Premier League Weekend Tips – Sunday 17th September

  • Bournemouth v Chelsea (2pm)

Honours have been shared in the last five games between the two, with two wins apiece and a draw. Chelsea have spent big money in the summer to try and get back on course, but their results so far suggest they are still a work in progress. Bournemouth are without a win here and in truth, I can’t really see them breaking that duck here, even with home advantage. This is a bit of a tricky one to call, but I think a narrow Chelsea win is the right call. Tip – Bournemouth 1-2 Chelsea – 8/1

  • Everton v Arsenal (4.30pm)

Everton won this fixture last season, somewhat surprisingly, and after a draw with Sheffield United last time out, they’ll at least come into this game with another defeat on their minds. Arsenal have 10 points from their four games, dropping points only to Fulham. This has proven to be a tricky game for the Gunners over the years, but I think now you should regard them as strong favourites to win this one. Tip – Everton 0-3 Arsenal – 12/1

Premier League Weekend Tips – Monday 18th September

  • Nottingham Forest v Burnley (7.45pm)

Forest’s win over Chelsea really surprised a few people and they will head into this fixture against a pointless Burnley in good spirits. Steve Cooper’s team have once again had a high turnover of players over the summer, but they have started the season well to lie in 9th place in the table and they’ll fancy their chances here against a Burnley side still without a single point.  Tip – Nottingham Forest 2-0 Burnley – 11/1