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Saturday 6th October

Manchester City vs Sunderland

City were poor midweek against Borussia Dortmund and a lunchtime kick off Saturday morning isn’t ideal after playing Wednesday and given the fact Steven Fletcher hasn’t stopped scoring for Sunderland since his move from Wolves in the summer, expect City’s long run without a clean sheet to continue.

Given City’s brilliant form home, I expect them to edge out Sunderland, but it won’t be a stroll.

Manchester City 2 Sunderland 1 – 9/1 with Stan James

Other tip: Carlos Tevez anytime goalscorer – Evens with Bwin

Chelsea vs Norwich

Chelsea impressed away to Arsenal and are flying high at the top of the Premier league, with five wins from six. Norwich are struggling, and a mixture of conceding too many and not scoring enough doesn’t bode well for the Canaries.

Roberto Di Matteo’s men should win this home encounter and continue their fine start to the league campaign.

Chelsea 3 Norwich 0 – 7/1 with William Hill

Other tip: Juan Mata to assist the first goal – 7/1 with BoyleSports

Swansea vs Reading 

Swansea haven’t scored in three and winless in four Premier league matches, and were out thought last week against Stoke City, whilst Reading are yet to win since their return to the top flight. Back both teams to score as they’ve only two clean sheets between them, both Swansea’s and in their first two games.

Reading need to start picking up points and back them to get a draw away to an out of sorts Swansea here.

Swansea 1 Reading 1 – 6/1 with Ladbrokes

Other tip:Draw – 77/29 with Pinnacle

West Brom vs QPR

West Brom have won all three games at the Hawthorns this season and are yet to concede a goal on their home turf. QPR have made a poor start to the season; however they’ve a more friendly looking fixture list coming up in the next few weeks and Mark Hughes will see this game as a chance to earn their first win.

The first goal in this game will be the key one especially with the way QPR are defending at the moment; however I reckon they’ll get something from their trip here.

West Brom 1 QPR 2 – 14/1 with Totesport

Other tip: Draw HT/ QPR FT – 17/2 with BetVictor

Wigan vs Everton

Despite playing well in games Wigan are struggling to score the goals to give themselves a chance at collecting three points. Everton on the other hand are on fire! Second in the league and with four wins from six, they could surprise everyone and make the top four this season.

Last time these two met it was a draw at the DW Stadium last year, and I reckon Wigan will get a draw here again too.

Wigan 1 Everton 1 – 6/1 with Ladbrokes

Other tip: Nikica Jelavic anytime goalscorer – 15/8 with Stan James

West Ham vs Arsenal

Last week for these two clubs was a week of first’s as West Ham won a Premier League away game for the first time since the 2nd February 2011, whilst Arsenal lost for the first time this season at home to Chelsea.

West Ham are unbeaten at home so far and Arsenal are unbeaten away from the Emirates and I expect the first to come to an end this weekend with Arsenal winning narrowly.

West Ham 1 Arsenal 2 – 8/1 with Stan James

Other tip: Arsenal to win – 24/23 with Pinnacle

Sunday 7th October

Southampton vs Fulham

Southampton will be pleased to get back to St Marys following their third consecutive away defeat last week against Everton. Fulham have always had troubles on their travels, but they did beat Wigan in their last away match two weeks back. 

If Southampton are to survive then they will need to win there home matches against sides like Fulham and I expect them to do so here.

Southampton 2 Fulham 1 – 10/1 with Betfred

Other tip: Over 2.5 goals – 4/5 with 888Sport

Liverpool vs Stoke

Both Liverpool and Stoke earned their first wins of the season last week in comfortable fashion. Despite a midweek defeat to Udinese in the Europa League, Liverpool have improved over the last few weeks and expect them to pick up their first Anfield win of the Premier league season on Sunday.

It won’t be as many goals as last week; however given Luis Suarez’s rich vein of goal scoring form, I fancy him to score in a Liverpool win.

Liverpool 2 Stoke 1 – 17/2 with Stan James

Other tips: Luis Suarez to score and Liverpool to win – 13/8 with Bluesquare

Tottenham vs Aston Villa

Tottenham were brilliant as they finally ended their Old Trafford hoodoo last week and backing that up with a home win here is vital. Villa rescued a point at home to West Brom last week; however if they are to avoid a relegation fight, they are games they should be winning.

Andre Villas-Boas is slowly getting there with Spurs, and back them to win here quite comfortably.

Tottenham 3 Aston Villa 1 – 11/1 with William Hill

Other tip: Jermaine Defoe to score anytime – 11/10 with Bwin

Newcastle United vs Manchester United

Newcastle recovered well, all be it in controversial circumstances, last week against Reading, and backed it up with an impressive win at home to Bordeaux mid-week in the Europa League. Manchester United however were poor in their defeat to Spurs, but did manage to win in Romania in the Champions League.

With Newcastle the home side, I can’t see much separating these two and it’ll probably be a draw.

Newcastle United 1 Manchester United 1 – 7/1 with William Hill

Other tips: Both teams to score YES – 8/11 with Stan James

Accumulator of the week – Manchester City, Chelsea, Southampton and Tottenham to win – £5 returns £29.79 with Skybet

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