Leeds United vs Fulham
Date and time: Saturday September 19 2020, 3pm
Location: Elland Road
Two newly-promoted sides meet this weekend as Leeds United host Fulham. While both were defeated in their opening games, Leeds covered themselves in more glory during a 4-3 defeat at Anfield to reigning champions Liverpool. Fulham concedes 81 goals in their last Premier League stay two years ago, and on the evidence of their 3-0 loss to Arsenal, it’ll be another difficult year defensively. Leeds will get the win here, and with their record signing Rodrigo Moreno potentially starting up front, we think he could be a good bet to score his first goal anytime at 7/5 with Bet365.
Correct score: Leeds United 2-0 Fulham 7/1 @ Bet365
Manchester United vs Crystal Palace
Date and time: Saturday 19th September, 2020, 5:30pm
Location: Old Trafford
Manchester United’s Premier League campaign finally gets underway against Crystal Palace on Saturday evening. There may be no Jadon Sancho in attack, but United will still fancy their chances having scored at least twice in eight of their last ten league games. Victory over Southampton last week, and the memory of a stunning win on their last visit to Old Trafford will give Palace confidence. Anthony Martial is a good bet to score first at 4/1 with Bet365.
Correct score: Manchester United 2-1 Crystal Palace 15/2 @ Bet365
Arsenal vs West Ham United
Date and time: Saturday September 19, 2020, 8pm
Location: Emirates Stadium
It has been a great week for Arsenal. After beating Fulham at Craven Cottage, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang signed a new contract at the club this week. Meanwhile, for West Ham, it has been a disastrous start. Off-field issues marred the preparations for a 2-0 defeat to Newcastle, and we think this one will be fairly straight forward for the Gunners. Back Aubameyang to score first at 12/5 with Bet365.
Correct score: Arsenal 3-1 West Ham United 12/1 @ Bet365
Chelsea vs Liverpool
Date and time: Sunday September 20, 4:30pm
Location: Stamford Bridge
Big-spending Chelsea will be looking to give Liverpool a tough afternoon at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. Frank Lampard has a lot of talent at his disposal, and this will be a real test of Jürgen Klopp’s men’s resolve. Both sides have made good starts to the season in front of goal, with the Blues following up Liverpool’s 4-3 win over Leeds by scoring three at Brighton. You can bank on goals here, but Mohamed Salah’s hat trick last week means we are narrowly siding with the visitors.
Correct score: Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool 9/1 @ Bet365
Wolves vs Manchester City
Date and time: Monday September 21, 2020
Manchester City face a difficult test away to Wolves to kick off their season. Pep Guardiola’s men will be desperate to start with a victory to lay down the gauntlet to Liverpool in the title race. They will have to guard against a Champions League hangover, though. Wolves kicked off with a win against Sheffield United on Monday and Raul Jimenez scored the opener. We think they could snatch a draw here with the Mexican scoring anytime at 7/1 with Bet365.
Correct score: Wolves 1-1 Manchester City 8/1 @ Bet365
Odds correct as of 16/9/2020