Premier League betting: Win Big with our Accumulator - Zlatan to net, Man City to drop points and much much more

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Domestic football mode firmly switched on. We are back after a busy international break that saw Wales brought back down to reality, a lifeless England and Paul Pogba scoring a screamer for France against the Netherlands.

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This is hopefully going to be a fresh start for some Premier League clubs. Table toppers Manchester City were beaten by Tottenham Hotspur in their previous outing, while Stoke City and Sunday sit at the bottom without a single game won as of yet.

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Prior to the international break, Francesco Guidolin’s future at Swansea was uncertain. He has since been sacked by the Welsh club and replaced by former USA coach Rob Bradley, who got the job ahead of Ryan Giggs.

Note: Not every Premier League fixture made this week’s accumulator

Chelsea V Leicester City

Like their opponents, Chelsea are leaking too many goals, and it appears as though Antonio Conte has few, if any, good centre-backs to select from. That is not something many Italian managers at this level could complain about but it’s a department that could do with more support from midfield than what it is getting. All this after spending how much on David Luiz?


Suddenly, with Islam Slimani hitting form and adding to Leicester City’s already plentiful avenues of scoring, Leicester could get their season on track. They have one point from their previous two outings, which, as league champions, needs vast improvement at homes to Southampton and against a struggling Manchester United side.

Chelsea are favourites but I fancy a narrow away victory in the early kick off, so would tip Jamie Vardy to score first at 7/1.

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Bournemouth V Hull City

The Cherries did well to remain in the Premier League last season but it will take a lot of work under the renowned Eddie Howe to repeat that this season. I wouldn’t rule out relegation but there are other sides worse off at the moment, and wins against clubs in the same situation such as Hull City will strengthen their chances.

Hull started the season terrifically but a run of difficult fixtures has left Mike Phelan’s side in the near end of the table. They need to turn it around soon and bring that positive mentality back into a rather small dressing room.

I’m tipping the Tigers this weekend. The opening few weeks of the season have not been easily but they’ve battled through and could be in a far worse position.

Hull to win – 7/2 PaddyPower

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Liverpool V Manchester United

Liverpool are the team in form here, and have come out on top against all big opposition thus far. Jurgen Klopp has them well drilled, pressing in numbers and clinical in front of goal, but Jose Mourinho is no mug.


On the other hand, United need a big win. On the back of an earlier international break, City beat them at Old Trafford which was the start of an underwhelming run as the reds suffered three consecutive defeats.


I’m going for a draw at Anfield with both teams scoring and Zlatan Ibrahimovic netting anytime.

Zlatan scoring anytime – 13/10

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So, take a chance and you never know what you could end up with on Tuesday morning.


Arsenal V Swansea City

Arsene Wenger recently celebrated his 20-year anniversary as Arsenal manager with an impressive 3-0 win over rivals Chelsea. Now, some weeks later, the Frenchman welcomes Rob Bradley to English football at the Emirates Stadium.

Brady could imagine an easier start but the Premier League is going to be a dog-eat-dog battle for Swansea this season, and one that may require some shock results starting this weekend.

The American will start life in the English top flight pointless with Arsenal winning comfortably.

Fernando Llorente to score anytime – 7/2 with PaddyPower

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Manchester City V Everton

Two clubs with new managers. Both impressing but have suffered a dip in form of late.

For starters, there is Pep Guardiola and a City side adapting to his demanding approach quicker than many imagined. Bumps along the way are expected but so are drillings of their opponents, and Ronald Koeman’s job is to prevent that this weekend and get something out of Everton’s short trip to the Etihad.

And rather surprisingly, I fancy them to do it — even if it’s just a draw. City and Everton meet on the back of a much needed break, so either could argue it’s the best time to face the other.

Manchester City to win the first half but the game ends as a draw – 14/1 with Paddy Power

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West Brom V Tottenham

Despite Tony Pulis forever being criticised he’s not done a terrible job at West Brom, who are currently 9th in the Premier League standings, but it was shock to see them drop points against a woeful Sunderland side in a recent outing.

Tottenham put in an incredible performance against table toppers City before the international break as Mauricio Pochettino looks to take Spurs a step further in challenging for the league title.

Tottenham to win by 2 goals – 4/1

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Middlesborough V Watford

Boro sit just above the relegation zone but I expect them to kick into a higher gear soon. Like their opponents Watford, scoring goals isn’t an issue but preventing them going in the other end is proving problematic.

Watford are still getting used to playing football under Walter Mazzarri which explains a lack of consistency in results, but I would tip them to win on Sunday with goals scored at both ends.

Watford to win – 9/4

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Southampton V Burnley

This will be one of the closest games of the weekend. Burnley, a newly promoted side, pulled a masterstroke signing former Manchester United target Steven Defour from Anderlecht last summer. Not only is the Belgian pulling the strings in the Premier League but on the international stage too.

There’s little between these two teams so I fancy a low scoring draw with Charlie Austin getting his name on the scoresheet – 10/11


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