The Premier League returns before the final international break of 2023 and we have a whole stack of fixtures to look forward to. Below we have put together an accumulator across Saturday and Sunday’s matches, for you to consider.
Liverpool to beat Brentford @ 4/11
Liverpool may have dropped points at Luton last weekend but Jurgen Klopp’s men can return to winning ways at home to Brentford. The Reds have only lost once so far this season, in that hugely controversial away game at Spurs and have won every single match at Anfield so far, in all competitions.
Brentford are in good form, having won their last three games, but they were shaky defensively against West Ham last time out, in that 3-2 win. The Reds’ vibrant attack should be able to tear Thomas Frank’s side apart.
Aston Villa to beat Fulham @ 4/7
Aston Villa have the best home record in the Premier League this season. They have won five from five, scored a whopping 20 goals and conceded just four in the process. Unai Emery’s side deserve to be considered as one of the finest in the league this season.
Next up they face Fulham, who aren’t anything special this year. They were dismal against Manchester United and have only won one away game from six this term. Villa should be able to dispatch them with relative ease.
Newcastle United to beat AFC Bournemouth @ 4/6
Newcastle lost at Dortmund in midweek, but their form in the Premier League has been reasonable. They face a long trip to the south coast but on paper boast a far stronger squad far than Bournemouth.
Eddie Howe should be able to lead his troops to victory here, even though they’ve only won once on the road in the league. One of their best performances of the season came at Old Trafford in the Carabao Cup and I believe they are due another big away win here, against a Bournemouth side who have only won one league game.
Manchester City to beat Chelsea @ 8/11
Chelsea got a morale boosting win against Tottenham last time out, but against nine men, three points was the minimum expectation. They actually didn’t play that well in that 4-1 success, and at home against Manchester City, I expect they will come unstuck. City are just so good, and have beaten Chelsea time and time again at Stamford Bridge.
I expect another away win here, and the price of 8/11 of a City success, is decent value given the disparity in quality between the two teams.
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