We had a decent weekend of tips last time out including a full house for the Manchester United game against Bournemouth, as well as a number of other tips coming off across the other games. So we’re heading into this coming weekend with a good deal of confidence ahead of what will be the last round of fixtures prior to November’s international break.

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The big game last weekend finished in a 1-1 draw at the Emirates, with James Milner’s early strike cancelled out by Alexandre Lacazette’s late equaliser. Liverpool should have had a goal in the first half, when Sadio Mane’s strike was wrongly ruled offside and the two dropped points there meant, with both Chelsea and Manchester City winning convincingly, that Liverpool dropped to third in the table.

Other big games last weekend saw both Newcastle United and Huddersfield Town secure their first wins of the season. Newcastle beat a wasteful Watford 1-0 at St James’ Park, while Huddersfield also won by that scoreline on Monday night away to Fulham, a result which left the Craven Cottage side at the bottom of the Premier League table and manager Slavisa Jokanovic under huge pressure.

Leicester produced a fine display in emotional circumstances to earn a 1-0 win over Cardiff in South Wales, while Everton produced a much better all-round display in their 3-1 home victory over Brighton at Goodison Park. Spurs almost threw away a 3-0 lead away to Wolves on Saturday night, with the home side grabbing two late consolations to see the game finish 3-2 to the Londoners.

With a busy week of Champions League games and Europa League clashes ahead of this set of games, it will be interesting to see if any managers opt to rotate players ahead of what looks like being an exciting weekend of games, topped off by the huge Manchester derby on Sunday afternoon.

Shown below is our roundup of Matchday Eleven, the latest table and goalscorer charts and then we bring you our usual selection of tips for this coming weekend’s Premier League clashes.

Premier League Results – Matchday Eleven

  • Bournemouth 1-2 Manchester United
  • Newcastle 1-0 Watford
  • Everton 3-1 Brighton
  • West Ham 4-2 Burnley
  • Cardiff City 0-1 Leicester City
  • Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool
  • Wolves 2-3 Tottenham
  • Man City 6-1 Southampton
  • Chelsea 3-1 Crystal Palace
  • Huddersfield 1-0 Fulham

Premier League Table

Pos Team Ply F A Pts Gd
1 Manchester City 11 33 4 29 29
2 Chelsea 11 27 8 27 19
3 Liverpool 11 21 5 27 16
4 Tottenham 11 19 10 24 9
5 Arsenal 11 25 14 23 11
6 Bournemouth 11 20 14 20 6
7 Man United 11 19 18 20 1
8 Watford 11 16 13 19 3
9 Everton 11 19 15 18 4
10 Leicester City 11 17 16 16 1
11 Wolves 11 11 12 15 -1
12 Brighton 11 12 16 14 -4
13 West Ham 11 13 17 11 -4
14 Crystal Palace 11 8 16 8 -8
15 Burnley 11 12 25 8 -13
16 Southampton 11 7 20 7 -13
17 Newcastle United 11 7 14 6 -7
18 Huddersfield Town 11 5 21 6 -16
19 Cardiff City 11 9 24 5 -15
20 Fulham 11 11 29 5 -18

Leading Goalscorers

  • 7 Goals – Hazard (Chelsea), Aubameyang (Arsenal), Aguero (Man City)
  • 6 Goals – Wilson (Bournemouth), Murray (Brighton), Kane (Tottenham), Sterling (Man City), Richarlison (Everton), Mane (Liverpool)
  • 5 Goals – Salah (Liverpool), Lacazette (Arsenal), Sigurdsson (Everton), Arnautovic (West Ham), Mitrovic (Fulham), Martial (Man Utd), Morata (Chelsea), Pereyra (Watford)

Big games this week include Cardiff against Brighton in a real six-pointer for the home side, while both Huddersfield and Newcastle will want to build on their first wins of the season with home games against West Ham and Bournemouth respectively. At the top of the table fourth placed Spurs take on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park while on Sunday Liverpool face Fulham at Anfield, Chelsea take on Everton at Stamford Bridge, Arsenal face Wolves and of course, City take on United in the Manchester Derby.

*Odds shown are correct as of 11am on Tuesday 6th November

Premier League Matchday 12 Preview and Tips

  • Cardiff City v Brighton

Cardiff lost at home to Leicester last time out while Brighton were well beaten at Everton so this is an important game for both sides. Both managers will view this as a winnable fixture but I think with the Bluebirds being at home, they are going to be the team flying high over the Seagulls at the end of ninety minutes.

Full Time Result – Cardiff to win – 29/20

Correct Score – Cardiff City 2-1 Brighton – 10/1

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

  • Huddersfield Town v West Ham

Huddersfield earned their first win of the season against Fulham on Monday night but they now face a West Ham team who will be confident after their 4-2 win over Burnley at the London Stadium last weekend. I think Arnautovic will cause this Huddersfield defence all kinds of problems and he will be the catalyst here for a rare West Ham away victory.

Full Time Result – West Ham to win – 6/5

Correct Score – Huddersfield Town 1-2 West Ham – 9/1

Result/Both Teams to Score – West Ham / Yes – 9/2

  • Leicester City v Burnley

After an emotional game last week at Cardiff, which the Foxes won, this will be an even tougher game at the King Power for this Leicester team. Burnley though are not in great shape at the moment and the manager Sean Dyche will know that his team need to find a way to stop conceding goals. Driven on by the emotion of the day, I am expecting a strong Leicester performance here.

Full Time Result – Leicester to win – 4/9

Correct Score – Leicester 3-1 Burnley – 14/1

Result/Both Teams to Score – Leicester / Yes – 5/2

  • Newcastle United v Bournemouth

After a win last week over Watford, Rafa Benitez will want his team to build on that at home to Bournemouth, but it is a big ask against a Cherries team that have been in great shape recently and who should have beaten Manchester United last weekend. That said, Newcastle don’t concede too many and I feel the Toon Army will be good for a point today.

Full Time Result – Draw – 9/4

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

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

  • Southampton v Watford

The Hornets squandered plenty of chances in the first half against Newcastle last week and they paid for that wastefulness when Newcastle grabbed a winner. Southampton were thumped 6-1 by Chelsea and in truth, I think they are one of the weakest sides in the Premier League. I can’t see there being too many goals here and as such, I’ve gone for a 0-0 draw.

Full Time Result – Draw – 23/10

Correct Score – Southampton 0-0 Watford – 15/2

Result/Both Teams to Score – Draw / No – 15/2

  • Crystal Palace v Tottenham

Palace lost to Chelsea last week but before that did earn a draw at home to Arsenal and were richly deserving of that draw. Spurs have had some ups and downs this season, but I think they are starting to click in attack, even if defensively they are looking a little vulnerable. This will be another close London derby but I am backing the visitors to just about do enough.

Full Time Result – Tottenham to win – 3/4

Correct Score – Crystal Palace 1-2 Tottenham – 8/1

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

  • Liverpool v Fulham

Fulham come into this game at the foot of the table, while Liverpool are third and the fact that Fulham have conceded so many goals this season, the most of any team in Europe’s top flight leagues, will make the Reds confident of not only securing the win they will need to keep themselves in contention, but also to grab a few goals in the process too.

Full Time Result – Liverpool to win – 1/10

Correct Score – Liverpool 3-0 Fulham – 7/1

Result/Both Teams to Score – Liverpool / No – 4/5

  • Chelsea v Everton

Everton have looked ordinary against Arsenal and Manchester United in their toughest tests this season and I cannot make a reasonable case for them to get anything from this game against a Chelsea side that is full of confidence at the moment. Everton have had a few big defeats here in previous years and I fear Sunday may be enough tough 90 minutes for them.

Full Time Result – Chelsea to win – 4/11

Correct Score – Chelsea 3-1 Everton – 11/1

Result/Both Teams to Score – Chelsea / Yes – 15/8

  • Arsenal v Wolves

Wolves have hit something of a sticky patch of late losing all of their last three games and looking like a newly promoted side struggling for form. They come up against an Arsenal team that are unbeaten in their last 9 Premier League matches and who will be very confident of building on the 1-1 draw against Liverpool last weekend with a win here.

Full Time Result – Arsenal to win – 8/15

Correct Score – Arsenal 3-0 Wolves – 12/1

Result/Both Teams to Score – Arsenal / No – 15/8

  • Manchester City v Manchester United

Last season, Manchester United produced their best display of the season to come from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at the Etihad and inflict City’s only home defeat of the Premier League season on them. However, their task this time around looks much more difficult as City are in superb form and United are clearly not. As such, this is a game that City will be looking for a degree of revenge in.

Full Time Result – Man City to win – 1/3

Correct Score – Manchester City 3-1 Manchester United – 11/1

Result/Both Teams to Score – Manchester City / Yes – 8/5