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Saturday September 9

Manchester City vs Liverpool (12:30)
Referee: Jon Moss (Games 3 – Yellows 10, Red 0) 

  • Manchester City have only lost one of their last eight home Premier League meetings against Liverpool. They are 5/6 to record another victory against the Reds.
  • Jürgen Klopp has won three of his four Premier League matches against Manchester City, with the other being a 1-1 draw in March.
  • Gabriel Jesus has been directly involved in 12 goals in his 11 Premier League starts (eight goals and four assists). The Brazilian is 11/10 to score anytime.
  • Sergio Aguero has netted once in each of his last five games at the Etihad Stadium against Liverpool. Aguero is 7/2 to open the scoring.
  • Saido Mane has scored seven goals in his last nine Premier League appearances. Mane is 15/2 to score the first goal or 2/1 to find the net in 90 minutes.

Arsenal vs Bournemouth (15:00)
Referee: Anthony Taylor (G3 – Y14, R0) 

  • Arsenal have defeated Bournemouth in their last three home matches.
  • The Gunners haven’t suffered three successive Premier League defeats since January 2012.
  • Arsenal have conceded on average 1.43 goals per league game in 2017 – their highest rate since 1965. Both Teams scoring here is 4/6.
  • Jermain Defoe has scored against Arsenal for three different clubs in the Premier League – only Darren Bent has scored for more clubs against Arsenal (5).
  • Alexis Sanchez scored three goals in two games against the Cherries last season. The Chilean is 10/11 to score anytime.

Brighton vs West Brom (15:00)
Referee: Chris Kavanagh (First Premier League game of the season) 

  • This is the first league encounter since April 1993 when the sides met in the third tier.
  • The last top flight meeting between these two sides ended in a 0-0 draw back in 1983. That score here is 13/2.
  • Brighton have failed to score in their opening three games and have registered just six shots on target so far.
  • Tony Pulis has won seven of his last eight managerial meetings against Brighton – the other was a draw. The Baggies are 9/4 to make it three wins from their opening four games.
  • West Brom have won just three of their 15 Premier League meetings under Pulis against newly-promoted clubs (W3, D7, L5).

Everton vs Tottenham (15:00)
Referee: Graham Scott (G1 – Y1, R1)

  • Everton are winless in their last nine Premier League meetings against Spurs (D5, L4). The Toffees last win came back in December 2012. Spurs are 23/20 to continue Everton’s misery against them.
  • Spurs have only won one of their last ten top-flight visits to Goodison Park (D6, L3).
  • Everton have won ten of their 11 Premier League home matches in 2017 – only Tottenham have won ore points in home games than Everton.
  • Wayne Rooney has scored 11 goals in his last 16 Premier League appearances against Spurs. Despite off the field issues Rooney is 13/5 to score at any point in this game.
  • Harry Kane has 99 goals for Tottenham in all competitions. He failed to score in August but netted in his first game in September. Kane is 4/1 to open the scoring at Goodison Park.

Leicester City vs Chelsea (15:00)
Referee: Lee Mason (G2 – Y2, R1) 

  • Leicester have lost 11 of their last 13 games Chelsea in all competitions.
  • Chelsea have won five of their last six away matches against the Foxes scoring three goals in all games. Over 2.5 Chelsea goals is 11/4.
  • Cesc Fàbregas has been involved in six goals in four starts against Leicester – scoring three and assisting three – against no side has he been involved in more goals for Chelsea. Fàbregas is 9/2 to score anytime.
  • Jamie Vardy has netted 10 goals in 16 Premier League appearances under Craig Shakespeare – in that time only Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku have more.
  • Chelsea won both league meetings 3-0 last season – a repeat of that scoreline is 14/1.

Southampton vs Watford (15:00)
Referee: Lee Probert (G1 – Y1, R0) 

  • Southampton are unbeaten in their last five Premier League matches against Watford (W3, D2). They are 8/13 to take the three points.
  • The Saints have failed to score in eight of their last 11 Premier League matches, including two of three this season.
  • In fact, since the start of 2015-16 Southampton have recorded more 0-0 draws than any other Premier League team with 12. The goalless draw here is 10/1.
  • Watford have kept a clean sheet in their last two Premier League games and restricted their opponents to just four shots on target.
  • Nathan Redmond has had a hand in five goals in his last three Premier League games against Watford, scoring four goals and assisting one. He is 13/5 to score at St Mary’s.

Stoke City vs Manchester United (17:30)
Referee: Neil Swarbrick (G2 – Y6, R0) 

  • Stoke are unbeaten in their last four home Premier League games against Manchester United (W2, D2). Stoke or Draw in the Double Chance market is 7/4.
  • Jose Mourinho hasn’t been on the winning side in any of his last four clashes against Stoke (D3, L1) – with one of those draws being in the League Cup before Stoke went to win on penalties.
  • Mark Hughes is unbeaten in his last three league meetings with Jose Mourinho (W1, D2, L0).
  • Romelu Lukaku has scored 16 goals and assisted two more in his last 18 Premier League appearances. Lukaku is 29/10 to open the scoring at the Bet365 Stadium.
  • Both meetings between the sides finished 1-1 last season – the game at Stoke saw Wayne Rooney break the Manchester United goal scoring record. A repeat 1-1 draw here is 8/1.
  • Anthony Martial has two goals already this season and he has two goals in his last two games against Stoke (wasn’t involved in the 1-1 draw at Stoke in January). The Frenchman is 21/10 to score in 90 minutes.

Sunday September 10

Burnley vs Crystal Palace (13:30)
Referee: Michael Oliver (G2 – Y5, R0)

  • Burnley won both matches against Crystal Palace last season – their first league double over them since the 2001/02 season.
  • Crystal Palace haven’t lost three consecutive league games against Burnley since February 1971.
  • Crystal Palace are yet to score this season. They have never failed to find the net in their first four games in their history.
  • Ashley Barnes scored a goal in both Premier League meetings against Crystal Palace last season. Barnes is 11/4 to continue his goalscoring run against the Eagles.
  • Burnley have scored two or more goals against the Eagles in their last three clashes. Over 1.5 Burnley goals is 13/8.

Swansea City vs Newcastle United (16:00)
Referee: Mike Jones (G3 – Y3, R0) 

  • Swansea have won three of their last four home Premier League games against Newcastle. Swansea are 7/5 to record a second win of the season.
  • The Swans are yet to lose back-to-back home games under Paul Clement – he’s never lost consecutive home league games as a manager.
  • Swansea have had the fewest touches in the opposition penalty area this season with just 27 touches.
  • Newcastle’s last full Premier League campaign saw them lose 14 of their away games. The Magpies lost their first away game this season at Huddersfield.
  • Jamal Lascelles opened the scoring the last time the sides met. Newcastle ran out 3-0 winners at St James’ Park. The defender is 12/1 to score anytime.
  • The home side won to nil in the last two Premier League meetings. (Newcastle 3-0 & Swansea 2-0). Swansea are 3/1 to win to nil.

Monday September 11

West Ham United vs Huddersfield Town (20:00)
Referee: Kevin Friend (G1 – Y4, R0) 

  • First league meeting between these clubs since March 1972.
  • This is only the second Premier League season that West Ham United have started with three defeats – the other was 2010/11 when they ended up bottom.
  • Huddersfield haven’t won back-to-back away matches in the top flight since the 1955/56 campaign.
  • Joe Hart has conceded as many goals in three Premier League games as a West Ham player than he did in his final 10 appearances for Manchester City (10).
  • Jonas Lössl is looking to become only the fourth goalkeeper in Premier League history to keep a clean sheet in each of his first four appearances in the competition. The Terriers are 10/3 to record another clean sheet at the London Stadium.
  • Steve Mounie scored two goals on his Terriers debut and those goals came in their opening away trip at Crystal Palace. He is 5/2 to net his third goal of the season.


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