MatchDay 11 – Sunday

Published by on November 3, 2017

MatchDay 11 - Sunday

Tottenham vs Crystal Palace

It simply doesn't get any better for Spurs, who go into this game on the back of beating European champions Real Madrid. As for Palace, Roy Hodgson's arrival has undoubtedly prompted some signs of improvement for the Eagles, who beat Chelsea, drew with West Ham, and were unlucky not to take anything from the Newcastle game. Tottenham have started to find some form at Wembley, though, winning their last two league games at home to Bournemouth and Liverpool. Mauricio Pochettino's side are at 5/4 to win to nil, which seems realistic given Palace's problems up front. 
 

Manchester City vs Arsenal

The Gunners are notoriously poor away from home against the big six. That's why they're as high as 9/2 to win at the Etihad. City have only lost twice at home to Arsene Wenger's men since October 2010 and even more relevantly, they remain unbeaten in the Premier League this season. There's already talk of them replicating Arsenal's 'Invincibles', which isn't likely, but they should take another step towards that here. 
 

Chelsea vs Manchester United

Jose Mourinho's return to Stamford Bridge is always a momentous occasion, but it's Antonio Conte who ought to be under the spotlight. United are underdogs at 19/10, with the hosts 6/4. The Blues have been far from convincing, however, being thrashed 3-0 by Roma in the Champions League on Tuesday. Romelu Lukaku's scoring drought continued in midweek and United fans may be reluctant to back him here, as he is often accused of going missing against the big teams - even if this is a chance for him to prove himself against his old club. 
 

Everton vs Watford

This is quite possibly the last chance for David Unsworth to prove himself a worthy candidate for the Everton job. In the opposite dugout is another name in the frame in Marco Silva, whose side are 13/5 to cause an upset. Thankfully for Silva, the Toffees have been woeful. Watford's brilliant start has started to falter a little, but they could still come away from Goodison with a point. 
 

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