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Premier League preview weekend 29-31 October 2016

Premier League preview weekend 29-31 October 2016

There are some vital matches at both ends of the table this weekend, with the pick of the bunch being the champions’ visit to White Hart Lane.
Elsewhere, there’s an attractive looking match at St Mary’s while Burnley are a massive 16/1 to win away at one of the league’s biggest clubs. Keep reading for our Premier League betting preview.

Premier League bet of the weekend

After profiting on the exploits of Stoke City over the last two weeks – including a tidy 8/5 bet on the Potters winning at Hull last week – I’m going to once again tip Mark Hughes’ side at tempting odds.
Xherdan Shaqiri’s two excellent goals carried Stoke to victory over Hull last time out and his side are now unbeaten in four matches. They welcome struggling Swansea City on Monday night who remain in the bottom three and are seeking their first league win under new boss Bob Bradley.
The Swans have taken just two paints from the last 24 available and so it could once again pay to back Stoke, this time at 10/11.
See all the prices here.

All Saturday’s action

According to the newspapers it was a ‘humiliating’ experience for Manchester United last Sunday as they were roundly beaten at Chelsea. Jose Mourinho’s team should bounce back this weekend, however, as they welcome Burnley.
The Clarets sit 14th in the table after a last-gap win over Everton and are a massive 16/1 to win at Old Trafford. United can be backed at just 1/6.
Sunderland are still searching for their first league win of the season and are already five points adrift of safety after taking one point from the last 18 available. It gets no easier for David Moyes’ side this weekend as they welcome Arsenal to the Stadium of Light.
The Gunners’ goalless draw with Middlesbrough last Saturday ended a six match winning run but Arsene Wenger’s side can bag all three points here at 2/5.
With no win in seven and just one Premier League victory this season it could be a tough campaign for Middlesbrough although they were dogged in taking a point at title challengers Arsenal last week.
Boro welcome in-form Bournemouth who sit in the top half of the table having taken 8 points from the last 12 available in the league. Eddie Howe’s side look good value to win this one at 19/10.
Leicester City‘s form has improved over recent weeks and I tipped them to beat Crystal Palace last weekend. The Foxes duly obliged at 19/20 although they are as long as 5/1 to win at unbeaten Tottenham on Saturday.
Spurs haven’t lost in the league this season and this could be an entertaining match. The home side boast the best defensive record in the division by some distance and are an attractive 9/5 to win to nil.
Watford are just 3/4 to beat Hull City who have lost five in a row, while Manchester City/strong> are just 4/9 to win at West Bromwich Albion despite no wins in their last three league outings.
Saturday’s late kick-off sees Crystal Palace welcome Liverpool. The Eagles sit mid-table but have lost two on the bounce and Jurgen Klopp’s side can win at Selhurst Park at 8/11.

The rest of the weekend’s matches

Three wins and three clean sheets have seen Chelsea move into the top four and the Blues face a tricky away tie on Sunday as they travel to Southampton.
The Saints have put together a good run and are unbeaten in five Premier League matches, taking a well-earned point from Manchester City last weekend. Antonio Conte’s side are the 5/4 favourites but there will be plenty of backers for Claude Puel’s men at 21/10.
After an excellent start to the season, Everton haven’t won in four league matches but they have a chance to get back to winning ways on Sunday as they welcome West Ham United.
Two narrow wins have helped the Hammers climb the table after a dreadful run and it’s 14/1 that Slaven Bilic’s side make it three 1-0 wins in a row in the league. Everton are just 3/4 to take three points.

 

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