Three attractive matches in England take place on Sunday 17th September and have caught our eye, as the domestic action continues on the first weekend back following the international break.

Sunday Accumulator Tips

Back Under 2.5 goals – Millwall vs Leeds @ 8/11

Back Chelsea to win and both teams to score vs Bournemouth @ 2/1

Back Arsenal to win to nil vs Everton @ 8/5

Odds for the accumulator are 12.47/1

Our treble starts at The Den in the capital, as Millwall play host to Leeds United in the Championship.

There will be no love lost in the lunch-time kick-off, as both teams try to push into the top half with a victory.

After beating Middlesbrough on the opening weekend of the campaign, the Lions then lost three straight games in all competitions, although Gary Rowett’s side have recently beaten Stoke and drawn with Birmingham.

That will give them plenty of confidence as they prepare to welcome Leeds to town, with Daniel Farke’s side hoping they can finally kick-start their season after a slow opening.

Farke’s men have won only once all season, but that did come on their travels against high-flying Ipswich Town.

Under 2.5 goals looks the play for this one, with the bet landing in three of Millwall’s six games in all competitions and four of Leeds’ last five.

Sunday’s first Premier League match comes from the Vitality Stadium as Bournemouth host fellow strugglers Chelsea.

The Cherries have yet to win in the league this season under new boss Andoni Iraola, but their games have been entertaining, to say the least.

Every one of their matches so far has contained at least two goals, while Chelsea are yet to decisively prove their quality at the back.

The Blues lost 1-0 to Nottingham Forest last time out, but they should fair better against a hapless Cherries side.

Both Raheem Sterling and Nicolas Jackson have looked dangerous this season, and they should be able to lead their team to victory on the south coast – even if they may not keep a clean sheet.

Everton host Arsenal in Sunday’s only other Premier League match, with Sean Dyche’s side also looking for their first win of the campaign.

The Toffees have only gained one point from four matches, nine less than Arsenal. The Gunners ran out 4-0 winners in the previous meeting against Everton, and Dyche’s men have not improved in the final third since then.

While they scored two to draw 2-2 with Sheffield United before the international break, Everton went three league games without a goal before that.

They have only scored one goal in four Premier League matches at Goodison Park, and they will struggle to contain an Arsenal side who are unbeaten in five games in the top flight.

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