The Premier League weekend continues after last night’s fireworks, and subscribers can look to recycle their winnings from James Maddison’s goal.
The early game sees Manchester City take on Aston Villa at the Etihad. The visitors have been on a good run, collecting seven points from their last three games, but this is tricky!
City have injury issues in defence but look as dangerous as ever going forward, scoring five midweek in the Champions League. The hosts have won nine successive home matches against today’s opponents, and we think this will be number 10.
City striker Sergio Aguero has scored five times in his last three home games against Villa, but starts on the bench today. Instead we’ll side with Raheem Sterling. He’s City’s leading scorer this season with 12 goals in 13 appearances, and starred in Europe midweek. He’s 3/1 to score twice, and we’ll be on that.
The last game sees Frank Lampard’s exciting Chelsea side travel north to take on Burnley.
The Blues had a tremendous win midweek against Ajax and should enter this match with great confidence. Burnley won’t be easy. They lie eighth in the league and enjoy their home surroundings – picking up nine points from a possible 12 so far this season.
We think this is a tricky game to predict, and as a result we’ll side with a draw.
Man City/Aston Villa: Sterling to score twice, 1 pt, at 3/1, Boyle Sports
Burnley/Chelsea: Match to end as a draw, 1 pt, at 100/30, BetFred
Please subscribe for notification of up-to-date tips and news, and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.