If the Premier League provides us one thing every weekend, it’s excitement, and after some of the results from the last couple of weeks, remember that 7-2 City win, the chant we want more certainly appeals.

There’s a full list of fixtures this weekend starting with a very juicy clash between Manchester United and Spurs, and our pundit has picked out their best bets for the top games.

Manchester United v Tottenham

With the revelation that Harry Kane won’t featured against United, we think Jose Mourinho may be breathing a sigh of relief, as everything the striker touches seems to finds its way into the back of the net.  The game is still expected to be high scoring, and over 2.5 goals look a likely scenario, especially with Lukaku leading the line.

Arsenal v Swansea

Arsenal have a strong record at home this season, and this is something we expect to continue against a struggling Swansea side.  The odds for a home win are very short, so for some extra added value, we’re going for Lacazette to open the scoring for the Gunners.

Crystal Palace v West Ham

It’s certainly going from bad to worse for Crystal Palace, their midweek defeat to Bristol City testament to a very poor start to the season.  Even with a new manager at Selhurst Park, something’s going to have to chance if Premier League survival is on the cards, but sadly, we don’t think it will be this week against the Hammers.  It looks a nailed on away here, so we’re going for 0-2 West Ham victory.

Liverpool v Huddersfield

The Terriers have been quite the surprise package this season, and after last weekend’s defeat of Manchester United, we’re not ruling them out here.  We’re backing them to get on the scoresheet here especially with a leaky Liverpool defence, so we’re going for over 2.5 goals here.

Watford v Stoke

In normal circumstances, we would have said this game was a nailed on draw, but Watford performed well against Chelsea last weekend, so we’re going for a home win here.

West Brom v Man City

If City score less than three here, we’ll certainly be surprised! So we’re going for a 5-0 away win in this game, with Aguero to score a brace.  

Bournemouth v Chelsea

Goals seem to be order of the day in Chelsea games of late, so over 2.5 goals is certainly on the cards here.  It also seems as though Hazard has found his scoring boots again, so we’re backing the Belgian to open the scoring here.

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