The Premier League returns for another weekend and with a whole host of fixtures to look forward to, we’ve put together a little accumulator for you to consider.
Tottenham to beat Crystal Palace @ 4/5
Top of the table Spurs should be able to continue their winning run against a Palace team that has managed to score just one goal in their last five matches. Without Ebere Eze and Michael Olise, Palace lack creativity, while Spurs are on top of the world. With James Maddison and Heung-min Son, Tottenham can extend their lead at the top on Friday night.
Chelsea to beat Brentford @ 8/13
Chelsea didn’t manage to get all three points against Arsenal, but what we have seen is a drastic upturn in performances from Maurico Pochettino’s men. They now look like a unit, for the first time in over a year, and with the attacking talent they have, they should be able to get the better of Brentford, who haven’t been convincing on the road.
Brighton to beat Fulham @ 1/2
Brighton have been struggling slightly in recent weeks, having lost to Aston Villa and Manchester City. With draws against Liverpool and Marseille, Brighton are yet to win in October, but the opposition they have faced has been elite. Up against a weaker Fulham side at home, we can expect Roberto De Zerbi to be able to play his front-footed football. It should deliver all three points.
Liverpool to beat Nottingham Forest @ 2/7
Liverpool are in excellent form, up to fourth in the league and looking good at Anfield. Now, even with the injury to Andy Robertson, Liverpool are potential title challengers. If they want to get back at the top of the pack, they will have to beat Nottingham Forest at home, and with the difference in quality, should be able to find all three points.
Aston Villa to beat Luton Town @ 1/4
Aston Villa are absolutely flying at the moment and their 4-1 win over West Ham was seriously impressive. Next up, Luton Town visit Villa Park. With the way Villa are currently performing and the form Ollie Watkins is in, it is a tough ask for any side to take something from Villa. Luton are stubborn, but they are going to find this one tough.
Manchester City to beat Manchester United @ 7/10
We finish with the Manchester derby on Sunday afternoon. Manchester United have won their last three matches in all competitions, but they’ve been fortunate to do so. The Red Devils haven’t looked convincing at all this season, and up against a talented City outfit, they could find themselves in trouble. City have all the quality and talent to win this match fairly comfortably.