Manchester United’s rip-roaring opening to the Premier League season will face its biggest test with the visit of Chelsea on Sunday afternoon, but the white hot Red Devils are an appealing Five for a Ton pick this week.

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United certainly look a big price on current form so it’s little wonder that Chelsea, despite lingering just two points behind their rivals, are 16/5 to win and 12/5 to even grab a point.

The Sky Sports Super Sunday clash is preceded by another vital encounter, as Tottenham (6/4) host Liverpool (8/5) in an early duel for a Top Four finish. Man City are also in action at Fulham and after their own perfect start, they are chalked up at just 8/15 to march past 9/2 Fulham.

Sunderland (7/5) and Stoke (17/10) complete the Sunday line-up and following the Potters first taste of Europa League action, Tony Pulis’ side must recover quickly to maintain their strong league form.

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24 hours earlier and Blackburn v Arsenal is the televised lunchtime contest that kicks-off the weekend.

Denied by a wonder strike at Dortmund in midweek, the Gunners are still not at their best but will tempt some into backing them at 4/5. Blackburn have endured their own strife this term and are 3/1 to win at Ewood Park, with 12/5 on offer for the draw.

Aston Villa (17/20) take on Newcastle (11/4), Everton (8/15) entertain Wigan (5/1) and Bolton (7/10) face Norwich (100/30) in the 3pm kick-offs.

Sportingbet’s own Wolves are also in action, priced 5/6 to beat new-look QPR (14/5) and Swansea (6/4) go in search of a first win – and goal – at home to West Brom (8/5).

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All the games are mulled over by Reuters tipster Russ Wiseman, Marc Thomas and host Chris Graham on the Sportingbet Podcast, while there’s also horse racing on the agenda.

Stuart Bailey previews the highlight of the Scottish flat season, the Ayr Gold Cup, as well as an appealing card from Newbury where the Millreef Stakes will attempt to uncover a potential new star.

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Rugby expert Pete Holmes got a call from Mark O’Haire to find the value in this weekend’s World Cup clashes, including Ireland’s clash with Australia, Wales v Samoa and England v Georgia.

There’s also news from the alternative code, as Shaun Briscoe drops the Sportingbet team a line ahead of Hull KR’s Elimination Round Play-Off clash with Catalan Dragons.

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Steve Bull adds his views on the Champions League and Sportingbet staff give their best bets in Weekend Wagers, making for yet another packed edition of the podcast. Listen now and play Five for a Ton for free!

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