Earlier on Sunday, Everton host Liverpool and it’s a surprise that the Toffees are available at such a big price to win against a Reds team who look defensively shaky after conceding three at Old Trafford and another two against Aston Villa.
Saturday’s games see Crystal Palace try and break down an obstinate West Brom side, with Chelsea then hoping to get their Premier League campaign back on track against a dangerous Southampton team.
- Palace v West Brom Under 2.5 Goals – 8/11 with BetVictor
- Chelsea v Southampton Under 2.5 Goals – 19/20 with William Hill
- Everton to win – 9/5 with Coral
- Draw – 27/10 with BetVictor
Crystal Palace v West Brom, Saturday 12.45pm
Palace are odds-on to beat the Baggies, although West Brom will arrive in defensive mode after conceding three goals against Everton on Monday. Tony Pulis will go back to basics with his team and look to thwart an Eagles side flying high after four wins from seven games.
Albion have not conceded a goal on their travels all season and Under 2.5 Goals can be backed with confidence, with Palace wary of West Brom on the counter-attack and a goalless draw representing a good result for the visitors.
Under 2.5 Goals – 8/11 with BetVictor
Chelsea v Southampton, Saturday 5.30pm
Chelsea can’t be trusted after winning just two out of seven matches and they face a Southampton side capable of a surprise victory. The Saints are unbeaten away from home in the Premier League after draws against Newcastle, Watford and West Brom.
Two of those matches were goalless draws and Chelsea are also looking to keep things tight, with this game following a trip to Porto in the Champions League. Once again, we’re going for a low goal count in this one.
Under 2.5 Goals – 19/20 with William Hill
Everton v Liverpool, Sunday 1.30pm
We don’t think Liverpool should be favourites for this game. They are a point worse off than their rivals and have defensive issues, conceding twice against Aston Villa when winning the match 3-2.
Everton also won 3-2 in their last game, coming from two goals down at The Hawthorns and they’re likely to be pumped for this clash, having won their last match at Goodison Park when beating Chelsea 3-1.
Everton to win – 9/5 with Coral
Arsenal v Manchester United, Sunday 5.30pm
Another captivating clash as Manchester United look to remain top of the Premier League and they have built some momentum after victories over Liverpool, Southampton and Sunderland.
However, they face an Arsenal team who scored five at Leicester last weekend and the Gunners will severely test a Red Devils team who looked defensively porous when winning 3-2 at St Mary’s.
Arsenal need to start firing in front of their own supporters, returning just two goals from three matches to date, with Alexis Sanchez coming to life at the King Power Stadium.
However, the home side will have to be wary of Anthony Martial who has started brilliantly since arriving at Monaco and perhaps the teams will cancel each other out in this game.
Draw – 27/10 with BetVictor