Game Week 3 of the Premier League has thrown up some absolute cracking fixtures for the punters to get around!
Everton and Crystal Palace get the proceedings underway as both sides look to improve on their perfect start to the season, the same situation awaits Man City and Leicester on Sunday night and Liverpool and Arsenal on Tuesday morning (AEST).
As always we have analysed all 10 Premier League Fixtures across the weekend and provided the punters with our best betting plays along the way!
Manchester United will be looking to get off the mark following a poor showing against Crystal Palace last time out.
The Red Devils will be facing Brighton, who put on a impressive performance against Newcastle in GW2, running away with a 3-0 victory.
The last four outings between this pair has seen over 2.5 goal scored, with United netting 6 times past Matt Ryan last season.
With United’s defensive woes at the forefront of Ole’s mind, I can see Gaffer throwing all of his attacking assets onto the ground in a bid to outgun their opponents here.
Both Palace and Everton will be looking to keep their perfect records in tact when the meet at Selhurst Park.
The Eagles have bounced back from a disastrous finish to the 2019/20 season with victories against the Saints and Man U.
Zaha has been the driving force behind Palace’s offence for many years now and the Ivorian has gotten off to a flyer this season, scoring three goals across the opening two matches.
The Toffees have once again emptied their wallet in the Summer transfer window, this time around it seems to be paying immediate dividends!
Carlo Ancelotti’s side have been seriously impressive across their opening two fixtures, with James Rodrigues looking as dangerous as ever.
The Eagles have made the most of their first two fixtures, but they’re coming against a team playing with more confidence than a half-cut American.
West Brom look to shake off two heavy defeats when they welcome Chelsea to the Hawthorns.
The Baggies have conceded eight goals over the first two games, with both Leicester and Everton enjoying a day out against the newly promoted side.
Lampard has a bottomless supply of attacking options and they will all be looking to cash in on West Brom’s shaky defence.
The Blues come into this contest of the back of a huge league cup victory and should run through the Baggies here.
Nothing beats a Sunday morning sleep-in and thanks to this fixture we can do just that.
Both sides took a hammering in GW2, the Clarets conceded four against the Foxes, while the Son Heung-min sent the Saints packing with four goals himself.
Burnley are set to play their first game of the season at Turf Moor, where they have never tasted PL defeat against the Saints.
Although it’s hard to read too much into home form with no fans in the stands, a generous $3.15 H2H price of the Clarets is hard to look past here.
The Blades have looked seriously blunt across their opening two fixtures and are still waiting to register their first goal of the campaign.
Alternatively, Leeds have exploded out of the blocks, playing in two 4-3 results, picking up one win.
Sheffield will be without their best defensive asset John Egan, who misses through suspension.
Leeds are playing with an abundance of energy and hunger at the moment and have every chance of securing their first PL win at Bramall Lane.
The Spur will be eager to get back onto the pitch after annihilating Southampton 5-2 last time out!
South Korean God, Son Heung-Min netted four of the Spurs five goals, all of which were created by Harry Kane.
Alternatively, the Toons were embarrassed at home by Brighton in a 3-0 defeat.
This weekend’s match will come too early for the likes of Gareth Bale and Sergio Reguilón, but Jose still has a wealth of attacking assets at his disposal.
The Spurs have won two of their last three home fixture against Newcastle to nil and I’m backing them to do so once again.
We are set for an absolute cracker of a contest late Sunday night (AEST) ,as league leaders Leicester travel to Manchester to take on competition favourites Man City ($1.83).
The Citizens saw off a spirited Wolves outfit in their season opener, with a Kevin De Bruyne masterclass proving the difference.
Meanwhile, the Foxes recovered after going down early to the Clarets, storming home to a 4-2 victory.
Pep’s side have won six of the last seven PL meetings against the Foxes and should get the job done here despite their unsettled defensive unit.
West Ham enter this clash on the back foot with several of their squad testing positive for Covid, including manager David Moyes who will miss the match while quarantining.
Meanwhile, the Wolves squad continues to swell as Nuno brings in Barcelona fullback Nelson Semedo.
Semedo joins the rank of about 10 other Portuguese players on the Wolverhampton list, and for anyone familiar with FIFA Ultimate team, this equates to maximum team chemistry!
The Wolves have seen off the hammers to nil across the pair last four premier league outings, a feat I can see them easily repeating here.
Fulham play host to Aston Villa in the “I might give it a miss” Derby.
The Cottagers are 0 & 2 to start the season , as a result they are early favourites for relegation ($1.50)
Aston Villa snuck past a 10-man Sheffield United side 1-0 in their only fixture, which to be fair is probably the equivalent of a 12 man Fulham outfit.
I’m not convinced with either side here and am more than happy to sit this one out.
This Fixture couldn’t come quickly enough for Arsenal TV, who have seemingly run out of things to complain about at the minute.
The Gunners have got their 2020/21 campaign to a perfect start, with wins over London rivals Fulham and West Ham.
Liverpool survived a scare in GW1 before putting on a classy performance against a plucky Blues outfit last weekend.
Arsenal have won their last two meetings against the Champs, once in the Charity Shield and once at the Emirates in the tail-end of last season.
However the Gunners have not won at Anfield across their last eight attempts dating back to 2012!
With both Salah and Mane firing off all cylinders at the moment I can’t see the Gunners standing a chance in hell here.