Leicester City are the best team in the Premier League right now and we’ve got a preview of their clash with Manchester United on Saturday along with all the other big top flight matches this weekend.
Leicester City v Manchester United, Saturday 5.30pm
Time for the Leicester bubble to burst? It has been four straight wins for the Foxes in the Premier League and an amazing run of goals from Jamie Vardy.
Manchester United lost this fixture 5-3 last season and Louis van Gaal will be wary of the Red Devils’ high-flying opponents, with the visitors having lost at Arsenal and Swansea this term.
It’s a tough one to call but we like the look of Leicester on the Draw No Bet market which means money back if the game ends all square. Perhaps the home team’s fairytale start to the season will continue – let’s see.
BETTING TIP: Leicester on Draw No Bet @ 6/4 with Sky Bet
Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea, Sunday midday
Tottenham are being touted as potential champions this season and they have a chance to demonstrate their credentials on Sunday. Chelsea have lost four of their six away games this term and perhaps they will be ripe for the taking.
However, Jose Mourinho’s side beat Norwich last Saturday and were unlucky to lose at Stoke in their previous away game, with the defence starting to look a lot tighter after some earlier problems.
Perhaps they can shackle Harry Kane and cause some frustration for the home supporters, with Eden Hazard and Diego Costa potential match-winners.
BETTING TIP: Under 2.5 Goals @ 10/11 with BetVictor
West Ham v West Brom, Sunday 2.05pm
Hammers supporters would normally be delighted to be sitting sixth in the table, although it has been just one point from the last three matches. The away wins have dried up and West Ham haven’t convinced too much at the Boleyn Ground this term.
Therefore, West Brom look ripe to get something from this game, with the Baggies fresh from a 2-1 win over Arsenal and boasting three wins from six road trips. At the very least, consider Tony Pulis’ side on the Draw No Bet market at odds of 2/1.
BETTING TIP: West Brom on Draw No Bet @ 2/1 with Sky Bet
Norwich City v Arsenal, Sunday 4.15pm
The Canaries might enjoy clashing with the Gunners considering Arsenal had a midweek Champions League game and are currently walking wounded. Arsene Wenger could name a pretty good team from the players who are sidelined!
Therefore, Norwich might well get something considering they beat Swansea at Carrow Road recently and were unfortunate to lose 1-0 at home to West Brom before that.
Alex Neil’s team acquitted themselves well when losing at Stamford Bridge last weekend, with Arsenal having lost twice on the road and over-relying on Alexis Sanchez for the desired impact.
BETTING TIP: Norwich or Draw on Double Chance @ 7/5 with Paddy Power