The Premier League weekend continues Sunday, and we are focusing on the last three games of the schedule .
First up Newcastle host Everton. Carlo Ancelotti’s side saw their impressive start to the season end abruptly at Southampton last weekend, but will want to put that loss behind them quickly.
Newcastle have been very inconsistent, and we think they could struggle against a talented Everton side, motivated to overtake their cross-city rivals at the top of the table. We’ll take Everton to win this clash.
The next game is the highlight of Sunday’s schedule, Manchester United versus Arsenal. This used to be the game of the season a few years ago. Not so much now, but still something to enjoy.
United have responded well to their 6-1 humiliation at home to Spurs, beating PSG and Leipzig and drawing with Chelsea. It’s unlikely Arsenal will give the room to counterattack, and thus we could have a tight match.
However, United’s latest results must have restored confidence and odds for a home win at around evens seems fair enough to us.
The late game sees Tottenham host Brighton, hoping for three points to take them close to the top four.
Spurs are unbeaten in their 10 matches since a defeat on the opening day of the season, and they have been banging in goals for fun. By contrast, Brighton have struggled to win on a regular basis, and lie just outside the relegation zone.
The Spurs duo of Kane and Son have been on fire, scoring 13 goals between the pair in the league so far. Brighton may make it tricky, but we think these hotshots will be enough to ensure Tottenham claim the three points.
Everton, Manchester United and Tottenham all to win, 1 pt, at approximately 6/1, William Hill