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Premier League Betting Preview Matchweek 5

Welcome to the Premier League Betting Preview Matchweek 5!

Following the International break we have some fantastic fixtures involving the biggest teams. Probably the biggest fixture of the weekend will be Manchester United v Liverpool, but Everton v Chelsea at lunchtime on Saturday should be an absolute belter!

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Everton v Chelsea

Goodison Park

12th September, 2015

Kick-Off: 12:45

Aah. The ‘John Stones Derby’. Should be plenty of bad feeling in this one, between the managers at least. Roberto Martinez’ Everton welcome Chelsea for what is usually a very entertaining affair. Both the teams have endured a torrid start to the new campaign and it is hard to pick out a winner on paper because both of them would appear to be undeserving of victory.

Mourinho’s boys however, head into the game as slight favourites due the overwhelming presence of quality among their ranks. But then again, since when did quality guarantee wins in the Premier League?


Arsenal v Stoke

Emirates Stadium

12th September, 2015

Kick-Off: 15:00

Arsene Wenger’s boys host Stoke City at the Emirates in one of the bigger fixtures of Saturday afternoon. Mark Hughes’s Stoke have vastly disappointed after having picked up just two points from a possible 12.

The additions of world stars like Xherdan Shaqiri and Ibrahim Afellay has not had any positive impact on the squad and Arsenal will be hoping to run them over with ease.


Crystal Palace v Manchester City

Selhurst Park

12th September, 2015

Kick-Off: 15:00

When the season began nearly a month ago, who would have thought that Palace versus City at Selhurst was going to be a top of the table clash between the country’s most in-form teams! I wouldn’t have imagined it and I’m sure neither would you.

Fortunately for us, that’s how the cookie crumbled and what that means is we’ll have leaders City taking on second-placed Crystal Palace. Both the teams will be refusing to let this game slide after having had encouraging starts to the new campaign.


Manchester United v Liverpool

Old Trafford

12th September, 2015

Kick-Off: 17:30

United v Liverpool is the biggest fixture in the history of the Premier League, but the game does not live up to its billing in the present. Both the teams are struggling to cope with the increasing competition of the League and exactly identical results from their opening four games sees the two rivals with seven points apiece.

While both teams are doing badly, Liverpool are just that bit worse after letting in more goals than their rivals. With this fact coupled with the small matter of the venue, I think that it’s safe to say that United are the favourites to win this match.


Sunderland v Spurs

Stadium of Light

13th September, 2015


The biggest game of Sunday sees Sunderland line up against Spurs. This is a clash between two of the poorest teams in the League right now. While Sunderland have amassed just two point from four games, Spurs have gone one better by picking up three.

Sunderland manager Dick Advocaat will be hoping that home advantage can pull his team through this game against an underperforming Tottenham side.