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There is another full card of English Premier League matches this weekend and after the excitement of last weekend’s games we’re expecting more fireworks this Saturday and Sunday! Let’s look at the four biggest games.

Chelsea vs. Man City

The weekend kicks off with the biggest game as Manchester City host Chelsea at the City of Manchester Stadium in Saturday’s lunchtime kickoff. Chelsea have started the season off in impressive style, winning all six of their Premier and Champions League matches and scoring 25 goals in the process. This game will be their first big test of the season though and it was one they failed last season, losing both games against Manchester City. However, they look stronger and better than last season when they won the Premier League. Checking the sportsbook lines, we like the Chelsea to win this one.


West Bromwich Albion vs. Arsenal

Also in action on Saturday are Arsenal, who entertain newly promoted West Bromwich Albion at the Emirates Stadium. West Brom will be in high spirits after beating local rivals Birmingham City last weekend, but a trip to the Emirates is daunting at any stage, but especially this season as Arsenal are in devastating form at home so far.


Arsenal have scored 16 goals in their 3 home matches this season, scoring 6 goals on two occasions and 4 in the other match. We expect that there will be plenty more goals to be seen in London this weekend too, so we’re putting our cash on the Over 2.5 goals.


Sunderland vs. Liverpool

Another game we’re looking at on Saturday sees Liverpool welcome Sunderland to Anfield. Both of these sides are fairly poor away from home, with Liverpool lucky to come so close to beating Manchester United last weekend and Sunderland having picked up just one point from three away games this season so far. We expect Liverpool to have the edge at Anfield this weekend and we’re backing a home win in this one @ 1.33.


Man U vs. Bolton

The final game we’re looking at comes from the Reebok Stadium, where Bolton Wanderers take on Manchester United. Last weekend Dimitar Berbatov scored a great hat-trick to claim the match ball and all three points against Liverpool. He’ll be looking to add more goals to his name this weekend and with Manchester United having won their last five matches against Bolton it is likely that he’ll be on the scoresheet again. Can Bolton do anything to stop Man United? There two home games have seen draws against Fulham and Birmingham City this season, so we’re expecting an easy win for the visitors in this one and we’re putting our money on a Manchester United to win @ 1.39.

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