LIVERPOOL VS ARSENAL = GOALS?
It’s only the third week of the season and already we have another heavyweight Premier League clash on the horizon as Liverpool play host to Arsenal on Saturday evening, and with both teams picking up two wins from two, something will have to give this weekend.
Now, Arsenal make the trip to Merseyside in confident mood after getting the better of both Newcastle and Burnley, but is this going to be misplaced optimism from Unai Emery and his men, especially when considering the Gunners’ recent record here.
Arsenal’s last five trips to Anfield have seen them lose the last three (following two previous score draws) and they have conceded no fewer than an eye-watering 17 goals across that quintet of matches.
Therefore, it could well be the Liverpool and goal markets that will be worth your consideration.
On the basis of the last five Anfield meetings, there have been an average of 4.8 goals per game and backing over 4.5 total goals is 13/5 with GIVEMEBET, although given that Liverpool have a solid defence and Arsenal have invested there in the summer, it could be that goals will taper off at some point, so the more conservative under 7/4 with GIVEMEBET.
PALACE GOAL DROUGHT CONTINUES
Crystal Palace are only one of two remaining Premier League teams who have yet to find the net this season, and this Saturday sees them make the long trip to Old Trafford to face an unbeaten Manchester United.
Had it been for a more coherent penalty taking strategy, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men would go into this weekend’s clash with two wins from two, and not have had to settle for just a draw Monday night at Wolves.
United’s first game of the season saw them put four unanswered goals past Chelsea on the opening weekend, and for them to repeat this feat on Saturday is 11/10 with GIVEMEBET.
FRANK LAMPARD’S CHELSEA FIND A FIRST WIN
On the basis of the football that Chelsea have played so far, it is fair to say that there have been large spells in which they have been on top. The only problem is, they haven’t turned that dominance into victories.
Just one point from the first six on offer will have made life difficult for new manager Frank Lampard, but it’s amazing what a win can do to turn things around, and with a trip to Norwich on Saturday, he and his players will be confident of delivering a first win of the season.
Nothing is ever a guarantee in the Premier League, but if Chelsea are to kickstart their campaign, then it will have to be this weekend, and for them to record their first win of the season is 5/6 with GIVEMEBET.
One of the early season hits has been Teemu Pukki. He has already scored four goals this season in just two games, and for him to continue his scoring form against Chelsea on Saturday is 4/1 with GIVEMEBET for him to score first, and 13/10 to score at anytime.