Premier League weekend tips featuring Arsenal v Tottenham and Swansea against Man Utd
Lee Gormley | 6 November 2016
Premier League weekend tips
The Premier League season continues into an exciting matchweek 11 as the top-flight table starts to take shape as we head towards the end of the year.
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City currently lead the way at the table’s summit, though there is a hungry chasing pack right behind them, while teams at the basement are aiming to edge away from danger early before being dragged into a relegation fight.
So, ahead of the latest top tier tussles, Coral outline Premier League weekend tips for games that should produce plenty more drama and excitement, including Arsenal v Tottenham odds for the north London derby.
Gundogan to net anytime past Boro
League front runners Man City take on Middlesbrough in one of four 3pm kick-offs on Saturday, and Guardiola’s men will look to continue their mini revival after a stuttering set of results.
Following a run of six games without a win, the Sky Blues have now prevailed in back-to-back outings, including a recent European success over Barcelona. Midfielder Ilkay Gundogan was on target in both clashes and will enter at a promising 23/10 to get on the scoresheet again anytime.
Benteke to strike last at Burnley
Crystal Palace frontman Christian Benteke has struck three times this season and all of his goals have come away from home, a record he will look to maintain when travelling to Burnley this weekend.
The Belgian targetman has six in total for club and country this term and is a tasty 5/1 to dispatch the final goal of the game at Turf Moor.
Cherries to topple Sunderland and both score
With Bournemouth having won their last three home games against bottom six opposition, recent form and history doesn’t bode well for struggling Sunderland on their visit to Dean Court.
Eddie Howe’s Cherries are therefore 12/5 to triumph on home soil again with both sides scoring, after going unbeaten in their last four outings in front of their own supporters.
Stoke to overcome Hammers
West Ham United have not managed to overcome next opponents Stoke City since March 2012 and welcome the Potters to the Olympic Stadium on the back of a loss to Everton.
The visitors have rediscovered their form of late with three successive wins and take to London at 11/4 to taste away success.
Costa to be first Chelsea scorer
Saturday evening’s clash sees Chelsea and Everton collide and it’s a fixture which the weekend hosts have tasted little success in of late.
Although, Antonio Conte has rejuvenated his London outfit and Diego Costa in particular has been in fine form. The clinical Brazilian-born Spain striker has 11 goals on all fronts this term and is 9/5 to be the first Chelsea goalscorer at Stamford Bridge.
Arsenal and Spurs to share spoils
The north London derby match-up is the pick of this weekend’s fixtures for sure, as Arsenal hosts bitter rivals Spurs at the Emirates.
Both of last season’s league meetings ended all square, while the previous two clashes at the Emirates have also finished level. Therefore, another sharing of the spoils on Sunday afternoon can be backed at 12/5 to occur.
Liverpool to down Watford to nil
Incredibly, Liverpool have won five of their last six meetings against Watford without conceding a goal and the other defeat from those clashes also ended in a Hornets victory to nil.
So, back Jurgen Klopp’s Reds to continue that trend by claiming three points and keeping a clean sheet at Anfield at 11/10.
Austin to score and Saints beat Hull
Southampton will tackle Hull City fresh off the back of their Europa League win over Inter Milan and have also prevailed in their previous six consecutive games against the Tigers.
Saints striker Charlie Austin has two career goals against the Yorkshire outfit in five appearances and has racked up seven in 13 this term. He is therefore a promising 2/1 to score again anytime and Saints win.
Man Utd to sink Swans and both score
Swansea City have managed to down Manchester United at the Liberty Stadium for the last two campaigns but their recent form suggests even an under-par Red Devils side can get the job done on Welsh soil.
Jose Mourinho’s men have a leaky defence this season and they are 12/5 to secure three points on their travels with both teams scoring.
Mahrez to strike past West Brom
Last season’s PFA Player of the Year Riyad Mahrez was on target against Leicester City’s next opponents West Bromwich Albion the previous term and looks a shout to net again here.
The Algerian attacker is a promising 2/1 to find the target anytime on home soil and add to his four strikes this campaign.
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