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Newcastle United vs Chelsea: Chelsea and Over 3.5 Goals in match

So far this season, Chelsea have performed well in the league, with four wins and one defeat in eight games played as they sit in fifth place on 15 points. The Blues are also the top scorers in the league on 20 goals, however, problems at the back have caused issues to the results early on in the campaign.

Frank Lampard’s men head into this fixture in great form on a current win streak of four games where they have netted 14 goals whilst conceding once. As well as this, they are unbeaten in eight games in all competitions.

Newcastle United approach this match in wavering form, with two wins and two defeats in their last five games as they sit 13th in the table. Although, the Magpies have recently seen success as their side defeated Everton, who were title contenders at the start of this season.

In this fixture, last campaign, Steve Bruce’s men came out on top in a 1-0 win despite the stats showing that the Blues were the more dominant side with 70% possession and nearly triple the number of shots taken. However, with the far more improved side of Chelsea this season, there should be a big change, especially with some of the Blues forwards performing well in front of goal in the international break.

Therefore, odds of Chelsea to win and over 3.5 goals in the match is now priced at 5/2.

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City: BTTS and Over 3.5 Goals in match

Approaching this fixture, Tottenham Hotspur are in exceptionally good form with five wins in their last six matches across all competitions. In the Premier League, they sit second on 17 points with five victories and only one defeat which occurred on the opening day against Everton.

Manchester City also come into this match in great form with three wins in their last five matches in all competitions. Currently, Pep Guardiola’s men are on a nine-game unbeaten streak which goes back to the 5-2 Leicester City defeat at the end of September.

Both sides are in good form coming into this clash, however, Spurs have been the more prolific squad with 19 goals compared to City’s 10. Some of this can be put down to the incredible partnership of Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min, who have 25 goal contributions in the league this season. The rest can be placed down to the number of important injuries occurred to Guardiola’s side, such as Sergio Aguero.

This fixture is on a knife-edge and the result could go either way, but more than likely, this match will be a goal-fest. As of now, odds for Spurs v City are priced at 15/8 for BTTS and over 3.5 goals in the game.

Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion: Bruno Fernandes to score and United to win

Manchester United have been in fluctuating form recently with two wins and two defeats in their last five matches as they sit in 14th position in the table. This includes a shocking 2-1 loss to Istanbul Basaksheir but also an outstanding 5-0 win against last years Champions League semi-finalists, RB Leipzig.

West Bromwich Albion are in miserable form with three defeats in their last five Premier League games and are yet to register a victory in the league this season. As of now, they sit in 18th position on three points after eight games.

In the last fixture for United, Bruno Fernandes scored a brace against Everton to seal a 3-1 victory at Goodison Park. The Portuguese midfielder is the Red Devils top scorer in the league with five goals in seven matches, with only two of these coming from the penalty spot. With injuries to the United side, he will be one of the key players that will be relied upon to get the victory against Slaven Bilic’s men.

Currently, odds for Bruno Fernandes to score and United to win against West Brom are priced at 11/8.

Leeds United v Arsenal: Patrick Bamford and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to score

This season, Leeds United star Patrick Bamford, has been outstanding in the league with seven goals scored in eight games. This includes a hat-trick against Aston Villa who at that point were unbeaten in the Premier League. With his help this season, Leeds have won three games and lost four in the league after recently gaining promotion from the Championship.

Pierre-Emerick Aumbameyang, on the other hand, has not been in good goalscoring form as he has registered only two goals in the Premier League this season. The 31-year-old netted 22 goals last year and was one goal off, Golden Boot winner, Jamie Vardy. However, after netting against the Red Devils at the start of the month, he will hope to have rejuvenated his lost form and end of his goalscoring drought.

This fixture should be close with both sides eager to improve on their poor form in the league after losing their last matches before the international break. Therefore, a goal-fest could be on the cards with both sides conceding more than they have scored in the league.

As of now, odds for Bamford & Aubameyang to score is priced at odds of 6/1.

Liverpool v Leicester City: BTTS in both halves

Coming into this fixture, Liverpool have been in exceptionally good form as they are unbeaten in seven matches in all competitions and have registered four wins in their last five matches with a draw against City away at the Etihad. This was huge as Jurgen Klopp’s men have lost the last three occasions in the league at the City ground.

Leicester City approach this fixture as the Premier League leaders, winning six of their last eight matches including victories over Guardiola’s City and Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal. The Foxes are also on an incredible win streak of six games in all competitions after suffering two consecutive defeats in the league.

In the previous six occasions, Klopp’s men have won five times with the only other result being a 1-1 draw in January 2019. However, for the upcoming fixture, Klopp is without Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez and Virgil van Dijk as well as forward Mohamed Salah. This is huge for Leicester’s chances of winning and J golden boot winner Jamie Vardy who will want to regain his award. Liverpool will have to rely upon in-form winger, Diogo Jota, who has netted six goals in his last five matches for the Reds.

This fixture should see plenty of goals with Klopp's men will more than likely having to fire on all cylinders, given how the Foxes striker, Vardy, could fancy himself against Liverpool's injury-hit defence.

As a result, odds for Liverpool v Leicester is priced at 8/1 for Both Teams To Score in Both Halves.