Final Weekend Premier League Odds

Premier League Enhanced Odds Week 7 Preview

There are some great matches in our Premier League Enhanced Odds Week 7 Preview!

The biggest match this weekend is clearly going to be Spurs vs Man City, but seeing as how the Mancs normally win that match our attention is drawn to the team setting the pace at the top of the table against an inconsistent team hoping to get back into contention.

That’s right – high-flying Leicester City (?!?!?) versus Arsenal. Should be a cracker…

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City

White Hart Lane

26th September, 2015

12:45 Kick-Off

Mauricio Pocchetino’s boys welcome Premier League leaders Manchester City to White Hart Lane for the first game of the weekend. Spurs are currently in 9th place in the League after racking up nine points from six games. Their season had gotten off to a horrendous start but two one-nil wins in their last two games has possibly put their campaign back on track.

Manchester City on the other hand dropped their first points of the season against West Ham United last week. Pellegrini and his men had a 100% record going in to the Hammers game but a shock win for Slaven Bilic sees City with their perfect record in tatters.

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Leicester City v Arsenal

King Power Stadium

26th September, 2015

15:00 Kick-Off

Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester are turning out to be one of the surprise packages of the season. The Foxes are the only team in the top flight that is yet to lose a match and they will be confident of keeping this record up when they take on Arsenal at home. Arsene Wenger’s boys find themselves in 5th place, just one spot below their hosts for Saturday.

That also means that a win over Leicester would not only hand them three points, but also deny one of their closest rivals, a chance to get three for themselves. Therefore, this game has the potential to be an early season six pointer.

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Liverpool v Aston Villa

Anfield

26th September, 2015

15:00 Kick-Off

After a fortuitous start to the season, Liverpool are back where they truly belong. Their Anfield encounter against Aston Villa has all the signs of a mid-table match that oozes mediocrity. 13th placed Liverpool will not head into this match as favourites, even though it is at home against 17th placed Aston Villa.

Tim Sherwood’s boys have lost their last two League matches but there is every chance of them sneaking a win from the game at Anfield. Liverpool are also on a disastrous run of form themselves as they have picked up just two points from their last four League games.

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Manchester United v Sunderland

Old Trafford

26th September, 2015

15:00 Kick-Off

Louis Van Gaal’s Manchester United find themselves in a great vein of form and they will be hoping to continue this against struggling Sunderland. Dick Advocaat and his men are bottom of the League with just two points from six matches and already the Sunderland crowd are baying for his blood.

Just when they needed a good game to turn their fortunes around, they have the unenviable task of travelling to Old Trafford. United are of course, the favourites to win this tie. Anthony Martial, their new signing has already made a name for himself, and a match against the lowest ranked team in the League represents another great chance for the youngster to shine.

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Newcastle United v Chelsea

St. James’ Park

26th September, 2015

17:45 Kick-Off

Second last-placed Newcastle United welcome Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea to St. James’ for Saturday’s late game. Steve McLaren and his boys find themselves in a rut ahead of this game against the reigning champions. Chelsea however were in a rut of themselves until the last game week where they managed to beat Arsenal in a heated affair at the Bridge.

The Blues will take great heart from that victory and there is no reason as to why they cannot keep this run going, especially when you consider who they face on Saturday. Newcastle will be hoping for a miracle however and even though they face the champions, there is a fair chance of them getting something out of this game.

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Hope you enjoyed the Premier League Enhanced Odds Week 7 preview; happy betting!