MatchDay 4 - Sunday
Burnley vs Crystal Palace
This could well be the last we see of Frank de Boer if rumours are to be believed that he has one game to save his job. The Dutchman's style is at odds with the current crop of players the Eagles have at their disposal and the result has been a disastrous start to the season.
Burnley have to be favourites, not least because they've turned Turf Moor into a fortress and will be looking to take advantage of De Boer's conflicted approach. They've had a much better start to the campaign than they'll have expected, taking four points from Chelsea and Tottenham. Recommended bet: Burnley to win 1-0, 2-0, or 2-1
Swansea vs Newcastle
Newcastle could be without Rafa Benitez in the dugout as he continues to recover from a brief stint in hospital over the international break. Swansea should be confident going into this one as these are the kind of games when they need to be picking up points.
They'll also benefit from the return of Wilfried Bony and the loan signing of last year's European Golden Boy winner Renato Sanches, who has taken refuge under the wing of Paul Clement after a difficult season at Bayern Munich. Newcastle received a much-needed boost against West Ham in their last outing, but they didn't do enough in the summer transfer window.
Recommended bet: Swansea to win 13/10
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