MatchDay 7 - Sunday
Three games on Sunday:
Arsenal vs Brighton
Chris Hughton's main hope will be that Arsenal are exhausted after a gruelling week. The Gunners played on Monday, travelled to Belarus for Thursday's Europa League game against BATE, and they'll be in action once again here. Having said, that Arsenal seem to have got things together in the league since their 4-0 defeat at Liverpool, so there won't be much hope for the Seagulls. This is Alexandre Lacazette territory, with the Frenchman at 5/2 to score first.
Everton vs Burnley
The Toffees are naturally favourites and will want to build momentum after beating Bournemouth last weekend. It's easy to get carried away with Everton's poor form, but the fixture list has not been kind to them at the start of the season. Then again, Burnley have already faced Chelsea, Tottenham, and Liverpool and picked up a total of five points from them. Perhaps the Clarets shouldn't be as much as 9/2 to win at Goodison Park, as if they put in a solid first-half performance, the natives tend to start getting restless.
Newcastle vs Liverpool
Rafa Benitez will reunite with Liverpool with Newcastle in a much healthier position than many would have expected. Jamaal Lascelles could be the danger man given the Reds' difficulties from set pieces, the towering centre-back having scored twice already this season. The big positive for Liverpool, however, is the return of Sadio Mane, who will be looking to wreak havoc - the Senegal international is at 11/8 to score in 90 minutes.
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