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5 Premier League Markets to Watch This Weekend - Gameweek 6

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Fulham v Crystal Palace: Palace to win and under 3.5 goals

This weekend’s Saturday 3pm kickoff pits Fulham against Crystal Palace at Craven Cottage as two recent strugglers look to overturn their poor form of late.

Both sides recorded 1-1 draws last time out, although, in Fulham’s case, it was their first point of the season after opening with four defeats. Aleksandar Mitrovic had a day to forget that afternoon, missing a penalty and then conceding one which resulted in Billy Sharp scoring the equaliser for Sheffield United.

With Fulham winless and bottom of the table, Roy Hodgson’s side will be the slight favourites. And, last time the Cottagers were in the top flight two years ago, Palace did the double over them, with both games containing under 2.5 goals.

Despite a high scoring start across the league, don’t expect a glut of goals here. Palace to win with under 2.5 goals score is 9/4 - click the link to claim this in your bet slip.

Man United vs Chelsea: BTTS + Over 3.5 goals

Two of the Premier League big guns meet at Old Trafford for the standout fixture in the league this weekend, as Chelsea travel to Manchester United.

This game has all the hallmarks to be a thrilling encounter. Both sides have consistently been involved in high scoring matches this season, as their often potent attacks have been in contrast to their extremely fragile defences.

Both sides have scored 22 and conceded 21 goals between each other this season, with Chelsea having drawn 3-3 twice already, and United suffering a 6-1 defeat while also recording 4-1 and 3-2 wins along the way.

Timo Werner got off the mark in the league for Chelsea against Southampton last week, while Marcus Rashford has had an excellent week, scoring in both games against Newcastle and Paris Saint-Germain.

Both teams to score and over 3.5 goals is our tip here, priced at 13/8.

Premier League Betting Tips

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Bruno Fernandes to score outside the area (was 8/1) @ 9/1

Liverpool v Sheffield United: Liverpool to score and win

Liverpool will have to get used to life without Virgil van Dijk for a while, and they continue with a home fixture against Chris Wilder’s struggling Sheffield United side on Saturday night.

The absence of van Dijk won't just be felt in the immediate aftermath, but perhaps for the entirety of this season. Joel Matip, Joe Gomez and Fabinho remain the options at the back, but with Fabinho preferred in midfield - especially in the absence of Thiago - there are already serious debates on the capabilities of Liverpool's now makeshift defence.

However, the Reds still have Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah who both scored last week, so they are still going to be big favourites for most fixtures. For this one, we're backing Liverpool to win and both teams to score at 7/4 with Sky Bet.

Premier League Betting Tips

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Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero both to score @ 10/3

Arsenal v Leicester: BTTS and Arsenal to win

After both falling to narrow defeats last weekend, Arsenal and Leicester City meet at the Emirates, seeking an immediate response to the disappointment of the previous results.

It has been a rollercoaster season already for Leicester, after winning 5-2 at Manchester City, they have since lost at home heavily to West Ham and late on versus Aston Villa.

Arsenal, on the other hand, lost to City, but the Gunners were dealt a tough start, having played the runaway top two already away from home inside the first five games.

Since Leicester’s promotion in 2015, this game has seen both teams score in five of the six meetings at the Emirates and in both Arsenal’s home games this season, they have won and both teams have scored - back BTTS and Arsenal to win at 5/2 right here.

Spurs v Burnley: Spurs to score 3+ goals

Free-scoring Tottenham Hotspur travel to Burnley on Sunday, hoping the shellshock of West Ham United’s comeback against them last week is not still lingering in the memory.

Son Heung-min and Harry Kane have been arguably the two best players in the league thus far with an extraordinary 17 goals in all competitions between them already, just a month into the season.

Burnley are usually a compact outfit but have shown frailties this season, including shipping three to Newcastle United and four to Leicester City, while having just a solitary point to their name.

For this one, we're going for Spurs to continue their goalscoring ways with over 3+ goals at odds of 9/4, whilst you can also get the boosted odds of 5/1 (was 4/1) for both Kane and Son to score.

By Andrew Delaney