MatchDay 7 – Saturday

Published by on September 29, 2017

MatchDay 7 - Saturday

The Premier League has one more round of fixtures before the international break. 
 
Manchester City will face their most serious test yet to their incredible start to the season, knowing that if they slip up, Manchester United will be waiting to go top. 
 
Here's a round-up of the best odds this weekend. 
 

Huddersfield vs Tottenham

Harry Kane is once again the major talking point after his hat-trick in the Champions League. What an incredible run of form the striker is on. The England international is at 2/1 as first goalscorer, and the same odds apply for last goalscorer. A little more ambitiously, he's at 2/1 to score a brace, which he's done in three of his last four games. Spurs may well win comfortably again. 
 

Manchester United vs Crystal Palace

The Eagles' miserable start to the season is set to continue at Old Trafford. Roy Hodgson's solution to Palace's problems up front seems to be bringing in free agent Carlton Cole. United are 5/4 to win by three or more goals, which they've already done on six occasions this season. Palace shipped five last time out against City. 
 

Bournemouth vs Leicester

The pressure is mounting on the Cherries as they find themselves with just three points after six games. Leicester haven't been much better, as they've only managed a win and a draw. The Foxes have been scoring plenty of goals, with only five teams having netted more than them - that's why we're backing an away win with over 2.5 goals at 5/2. 
 

Stoke vs Southampton

This could well be testing viewing, as Stoke haven't been convincing and Southampton just don't score goals. Mauricio Pellegrino's men have drawn blanks in four of their six league games. Stoke haven't been blessed with easy fixtures, so they'll be looking to this game as an opportunity to get back on track. The Saints are slight favourites at 6/4, though they've only lost one of their last five meetings with the Potters. 
 

West Brom vs Watford

Watford's only slip-up in the league has been their hammering at home to Manchester City, but they certainly won't be the last to suffer that fate. Marco Silva's outfit have quickly started to vie with West Brom as the 'best of the rest'. The Baggies are generally solid at home, only losing to City there this season. An away win at 5/2 has to be tempting as Watford have just been that bit more impressive. 
 

West Ham vs Swansea

West Ham gave Spurs a late scare in their derby last weekend, yet overall, they were poor once again. Swansea have been picking up points here and there, so they're not bad value at 100/30. Javier Hernandez has now scored three goals for the Hammers, so the Mexican's price of 4/1 to score first is decent too. 
 

Chelsea vs Manchester City 

Saturday's late kick-off sees two title contenders go head to head in a game where Chelsea have just edged it historically - the Blues have won five, drawn two and lost three of their last ten against City in all competitions. However, City usually score at Stamford Bridge, doing so in their last four visits. Pep Guardiola's side are at 7/5 to win, which looks reasonable - depending on which Gary Cahill and David Luiz turn up. 
 

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