Premier League weekend tips featuring Tottenham v Leicester and Saints v Chelsea
Premier League weekend tips
The Premier League season has reached matchweek 10 and there’s a host of intriguing top-flight tussles to enjoy from Saturday afternoon through until Monday Night Football.
Ahead of the action, Coral outline Premier League weekend tips for every fixture taking place, including Tottenham v Leicester odds, as the top tier table starts to take shape before winter.
Arsenal to down Sunderland to nil
The weekend’s Premier League action kicks-off with an afternoon encounter between relegation threatened Sunderland and title hopefuls Arsenal, though the Gunners will be confident of prevailing having not lost this fixture since February 2012.
With no defeats for the Londoners in nine previous meetings, Arsene Wenger’s men are next a promising 6/4 to overcome the Black Cats once more without conceding at the Stadium of Light.
Man Utd to fire four or more past Burnley
Manchester United have netted three or more goals against Burnley in their last three successive home meetings, including 3-1, 3-0 and 4-0 victories.
The Red Devils bounced back from a recent blip against Chelsea to dispatch rivals Manchester City in midweek and Jose Mourinho’s men are 29/10 to continue their previous trend by firing in four or more strikes at Old Trafford.
Boro and Bournemouth to share spoils
Match-ups between Middlesbrough and Bournemouth have been fairly close in recent times, with three of the previous four games having ended all square.
As well as this, the last three meetings at the Riverside have also finished level, so another sharing of the spoils on Saturday looks worth backing at a tasty 2/1.
Man City to down Baggies and both score
Manchester City may be enduring a slight hiccup under Pep Guardiola currently but they have the perfect fixture to kickstart their campaign against West Bromwich Albion.
The Sky Blues have incredibly won the last nine meetings with the Baggies since April 2012 and have not lost to their next opponents since 2010. Therefore, they can be backed at 9/4 to triumph once again and both teams to get on the scoresheet.
Deeney to net last against Hull
Watford hold an ace in the pack when they collide with Hull City as part of the Saturday 3pm kick-offs, with frontman Troy Deeney boasting a great scoring record against the Tigers.
The Hornets hitman has netted in three consecutive meetings against Hull, racking up three strikes in six fixture outings. Deeney netted last in all of those three previous appearances and is 9/2 to do so again here.
Leicester to sink Spurs
The pick of the weekend clashes comes in the form of last season’s third-placed finishers Tottenham against the champions Leicester City at White Hart Lane.
Spurs are currently enduring a poor run of form and are without a win in all competitions in four outings, while Leicester have secured back-to-back victories. With such contrasting form in mind, the Foxes can be backed at an enticing 5/1 to earn three points.
Benteke to dispatch past Liverpool
In Saturday’s evening meeting there is set to be a reunion as Crystal Palace frontman Christian Benteke faces his former employers Liverpool at Selhurst Park.
Against the side which he struggled to gain any form at, the Belgium international striker is 15/8 to net anytime on home soil, after three league goals so far this season and a recent hat-trick for his country over Gibraltar.
Lukaku to score and Everton beat Hammers
Another Belgian attacker features next in our Premier League weekend tips, with Everton poacher Romelu Lukaku having enjoyed a rampant record against next opponents West Ham United.
The Toffees targetman has impressively struck in his last eight successive games against the Hammers and has scored more goals against the Londoners than any other team in his career. He is therefore 13/8 to net again anytime and Everton to overcome West Ham at Goodison Park on Sunday.
Chelsea to beat Saints and both score
In Sunday’s other match-up Southampton take on Chelsea, and the visiting Londoners are 18/5 to secure success on their travels with both sides scoring at St Mary’s.
That was the outcome last time they collided, as the Blues edged a 2-1 victory on the south coast last term.
Stoke to sink Swansea to nil
Following the weekend action, the top tier continues into Monday night as Stoke City and Swansea City square off.
The Potters have won back-to-back games without conceding domestically, while the Swans are still without a league win since the opening day of the season. Therefore, back the hosts to secure a comfortable home success to nil at 13/5.
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