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5 Premier League Tips to Watch This Weekend - Gameweek 3

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Brighton v Man United Betting Tips

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Bruno Fernandes 1+ shot on target (was 1/4) @ 1/1

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Manchester United: 1st Goal to be a penalty

Brighton & Hove Albion are coming off the back of an impressive 3-0 win away at Newcastle United, as well as a 4-0 win against Portsmouth in the EFL Cup a three days prior. Meanwhile, Manchester United looked disastrous in their lost 3-1 at home to Crystal Palace in their opening Premier League fixture of 2020/21, however, they did ease past Luton Town 3-0 in the EFL Cup three days later.

Despite losing their last three against the Red Devils, Brighton have won two of their last three home league fixtures against the club. Graham Potter’s side have bounced back from an opening day defeat to Chelsea with two impressive performances and will likely look towards their key player, Neil Maupay, to continue where the Frenchman left off at St. James' Park last week, where he bagged twice, the first being a penalty.

The pressure is mounting on United going into this fixture and it will be interesting and it's likely Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will make changes to the side that lost to Palace. Last season, the club were awarded 22 penalties across all competitions and took 14 in the Premier League; an all-time record.

A penalty has been the opening goal for both of these sides in their most recent fixtures and Sky Bet are offering 10/1 for this to be the case once again in Saturday’s early kick-off at the Amex - click here to claim this bet in your bet slip.

Liverpool v Arsenal Betting Tips

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Liverpool to win 3-0 @ 10/1

Crystal Palace vs Everton: Zaha 2+ Shots on Target

Crystal Palace have made a fantastic start to the season by first beating Southampton and then embarrassing Manchester United at Old Trafford. At the same time, Everton’s new signings appear to be gelling well in the early days of the Carlo Ancelotti era, as they started the season with an impressive 1-0 win at Tottenham Hotspur and then demolished West Brom 5-2, thanks to a Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored a hat-trick.

As for Palace, Wilfried Zaha broke his curse against his old club, United, by scoring against them for the first time since leaving in 2015. The winger then added another, which brought his total to three goals in two games for the Eagles, just one goal away from his total for last season.

On the other hand, Everton conceded twice against West Bromwich Albion last week and although they have spent lots, they are yet to invest in a defence which conceded 56 goals in the Premier League last season.

Sky Bet are offering odds of 5/2 for Zaha to have 2+ shots on target - click the link to claim.

Crystal Palace v Everton Betting Tips

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James Rodriguez to score from outside the area odds @ 14/1

West Brom vs Chelsea: Chelsea to win both halves

West Brom have been dreadful in their return to the Premier League, losing both games by a three-goal margin thus far. This weekend, the Baggies face another tough challenge as they take on the Premier League’s top spenders, Chelsea, who will be looking to bounce back from last week’s defeat to Liverpool.

This season, Slaven Bilic's men have lost every half of football that they've played and find themselves rock bottom of the table. West Brom will also be without left-back Kieran Gibbs this weekend, whilst Bilic faces a touchline ban for his dismissal as well.

Chelsea have won five of their last six games against the West Midlands side and have won the last three games they've played at the Hawthorns. Furthermore, Frank Lampard will be looking for Timo Werner to get his first competitive goal for the club after a poor display against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge last weekend, and he is boosted to 3/1 to score first in this one.

Sky Bet offer odds of 9/4 for Chelsea to win both halves - click the link to claim this one in your bet slip.

Manchester City v Leicester City Odds

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Jamie Vardy and Raheem Sterling to Score Odds @ 6/1

Burnley vs Southampton: Draw

Burnley were one of the clubs who started their campaign late in 2020/21, as they lost 4-2 away at Leicester City. However, the Clarets redeemed themselves slightly by beating Sheffield United and then winning in notoriously difficult fixture away at Millwall in the EFL Cup.

Meanwhile, Southampton have lost both opening fixtures in the Premier League, away at Crystal Palace and then facing a humiliating 5-2 defeat at home to Spurs.

Sean Dyche's men have drawn four of their last six home games 1-1 and have shared the points with the Saints in three of their last five meetings with Southampton.

Our tip for this one is the odds of 23/10 for the draw and 11/2 for 1-1 - click the links to claim.

Spurs v Newcastle Betting Tips

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Harry Kane and Son Heung-min to score Odds @ 4/1

Sheffield United vs Leeds United – Draw and BTTS

Last season’s surprise package, Sheffield United, have lost both of their two Premier League fixtures and look to be at risk of the fabled ‘second season syndrome’. On the other hand, newcomers, Leeds United, have been on either side of a 4-3 results since their return to the Premier League.

Now Chris Wilder will look to get the Blades’ season back on track in the first top flight Yorkshire Derby in 19 years. At the same time, new recruit Oliver Burke will be looking to prove his doubters wrong as he moved in a straight swap from West Brom with Callum Robinson going the over way.

The South Yorkshire side traditionally have a close affair with Leeds, with the last four meetings between the two sides being won by a one-goal margin, albeit, in the Championship.

Marcelo Bielsa’s new signings do not seem to be working as well as planned right now and have instead relied on the form of the players from last season’s Championship-winning side. Now, this game will be a real test to the spirit of the new signings, in a tough-tackling derby.

Our tip for this one is the odds of 7/2 for a 1-1, 2-2 or 3-3 draw - click here to claim this bet in your bet slip.

By Tom Eaton