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Premier League preview weekend 5-6 November 2016

Premier League preview weekend 5-6 November 2016

Ahead of the next international break this weekend sees some crucial Premier League matches at both ends of the table.
Sunday sees the 163rd league North London derby while the bottom three sides all face tricky fixtures. Keep reading for our Premier League betting preview.

Premier League bet of the weekend

Arsenal sit second in the Premier League table after a nine-match unbeaten run that has seen them take 23 of the last 27 points available.
It’s been an impressive run of form for Arsene Wenger’s team who could go top of the table this weekend if they beat Tottenham at the Emirates.
Spurs remain the only unbeaten side in the division although they have drawn their last three matches. Goals have been at a premium for Mauricio Pochettino’s side and Spurs have found the net just 14 times in 10 matches – the same number of league goals as Watford.
Arsenal are in excellent form and can be backed to win at a tempting price of evens.
See all the prices here.

All Saturday’s action

After several years of narrow escapes, could this be the season that Sunderland are finally relegated? David Moyes’ side have taken just two points this season and sit rock bottom of the table having won none of their opening ten league fixtures.
Things are getting desperate on Wearside and the Black Cats face a long away trip this weekend at mid-table Bournemouth. The Cherries defeat to Middlesbrough last weekend was their first loss in five and a win this Saturday could see them overtake Manchester United in the table. Eddie Howe’s team can win at 8/13.
Only Sunderland have scored fewer league goals this season than Burnley who have a winnable home match this weekend against Crystal Palace.
The Clarets somehow kept Manchester United at bay last weekend and their defensive record is on a par with Liverpool and last season’s champions Leicester. Sean Dyche’s team are 21/10 to win while you can back Palace at 13/10.
After their win over Barcelona in midweek, Manchester City should have no trouble seeing off Middlesbrough at 1/4 while Chelsea have won four in a row without conceding and are 17/10 to beat Everton to nil.
West Ham and Stoke have begun to climb the table after disappointing starts to the season and the pair meet at the London Stadium this weekend.
The Potters are unbeaten in five and have won three in a row. They look good value to take advantage of the Hammers’ poor home record at 23/10.

The rest of the weekend’s matches

Six successive defeats have seen Hull City drop into the bottom three and the Tigers have by far the worst defensive record in the division. Mike Phelan’s side need to arrest the decline but will find it hard against a talented Southampton side this Sunday.
The Saints’ defeat to Chelsea was their first defeat in six and Claude Puel’s side are just 4/6 to win at the KCOM Stadium.
Manchester United have taken just three points from the last 12 available in the league and are falling further and further behind the title contenders. Jose Mourinho’s side have scored fewer goals this campaign than Watford and Crystal Palace and they travel to Swansea City desperate for a win.
Swansea’s opening day win against Burnley seems like a long time ago and they have lost seven of their last nine league matches. Bob Bradley’s side are a huge 5/1 to record a home victory.
Title chasing Liverpool are 1/4 to win at home against Watford while champions Leicester City‘s league form has improved in recent weeks and they are 3/4 to beat West Bromwich Albion>/strong>.

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