The final round of Premier League fixtures before the October international break takes place this weekend, with a huge game on Sunday between the last two title winners being the pick of the fixtures. But, what are the best bets for the huge weekend of action?
Saturday’s Best Bets
The weekend kicks off with Manchester United hosting Everton at Old Trafford. It was a lively night at the Theatre of Dreams in midweek, as Cristiano Ronaldo scored at 95th minute to give the Red Devils a first Champions League win of the season. United needs to get back to winning ways in the league against Everton, having lost last weekend against Aston Villa.
The home side’s record in this fixture is a dominant one, as they have lost just once in their previous 12 against the Toffees. Meanwhile, Everton has won at Old Trafford just once in 28 trips since 1992. A home win looks to be on the agenda.
Wolves against Newcastle is also a huge fixture on Saturday for both sides, as neither has started the season with any kind of momentum. However, the Magpies have an excellent record away from home against Wanderers, as they haven’t lost in seven top-flight fixtures.
Wolves have also lost all three home games that they have played this season, conceded four goals in defeats against Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, and Brentford. The odds on an away win will be competitive, so take advantage.
Sunday’s Best Bets
There are four games in the Premier League on Sunday, with the action getting underway in North London, as Tottenham looks to end their terrible run of form against Aston Villa. Villa beat Spurs last since and will be looking for back-to-back away victories against the hosts for the first time since 1995.
Spurs have been in terrible form, conceding nine and scoring just once in their last three league fixtures. Villa was strong last week at Old Trafford, claiming a 1-0 win, and they can continue that form with another very impressive showing this weekend.
The game of the weekend takes place at Anfield on Sunday, as Manchester City looks to put a bad week behind them against one of their closest rivals for the league title this season. The Reds have quietly been going about their business this term, and remain the only side with an unbeaten record.
City lost in midweek against PSG in the Champions League, but a return to form and a first back-to-back win against Liverpool away from home since 1953 would certainly raise confidence within their squad.
However, last season’s 4-1 win at Anfield was the first time in 17 away trips that City had recorded a victory at Liverpool. It will likely be a close fixture this weekend, with City having the best defensive record in the league. The over/under market could be utilized here, with under 2.5 goals being the preferred selection.
– Manchester United at -208
– Newcastle United at +400
– Aston Villa at +240
– Under 2.5 Goals (Liverpool vs Man City) at +180
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