We’ve got a full fixture list to look forward to in the Premier League this weekend which means we can put together a tasty accumulator from England’s top flight.
Arsenal -1 handicap vs Fulham
Mikel Arteta’s Gunners have edged their first two matches by narrow one goal margins and despite losing Takehiro Tomiyasu to a red card, they should be able to bag another win against Fulham. The odds for them to do so are slightly too short for my liking, and given what we have seen from Marco Silva’s men this term, we can add a -1 handicap to this pick.
Fulham were battered 3-0 at home by Brentford last time out, having beaten Everton 1-0 away from home. The Cottagers are still searching for an attacking solution without Aleksandar Mitrovic, and they haven’t looked great so far this term.
With Arsenal boasting a whole host of attacking talent, this could be a big home win.
Brighton -1 handicap vs West Ham United
Brighton have been the standout team in the Premier League so far this season and have won both of their games this term 4-1. Goals are easy to come by for Roberto De Zerbi’s men and while West Ham have made a good start to the season, Brighton are a step up on any opposition they have faced this term.
The Seagulls should be able to win this game comfortably, and maintain their perfect start to the season. 13/10 for them to win by more than one goal is excellent value.
Everton v Wolves BTTS No
This is a simple one. Everton and Wolves are both poor football teams this season. Everton haven’t managed to score a goal yet, while Wolves have only managed one, in their 4-1 defeat to Brighton last time out. With Dominic Calvert-Lewin out injured, the main attacking threat has disappeared, while Wolves couldn’t finish a packet of crisps, as we saw at Old Trafford.
If one of them gets a goal, it would be a surprise. If both of them manage to score, it would be a huge shock, and the 10/11 on offer is incredibly generous.
Aston Villa to beat Burnley
Aston Villa had a midweek run out against Hibernian in the Europa Conference League, and smashed them 5-0. That came after they beat Everton 4-0 to banish all negativity after their heavy defeat to Newcastle on the opening day.
Unai Emery’s side look to have found their groove now and will be challenging the top six this season, even with European football to contend with. Burnley meanwhile have only played once this term due to Luton Town’s postponement, and could be caught cold here as they try to adapt to life in the Premier League.