5 things we learned from the PL weekend

Ronald Koeman
  1. Pressure mounting on Koeman

Ronald Koeman has seen his Everton team slip into the bottom three, but it’s the lack of goals that is most worrying for Blues fans and backers.
The Toffees have not scored in their last three Premier League games and conceded nine in that time. If they don’t beat Bournemouth this weekend (Match Odds – Everton 20/31, Draw 29/10, Bournemouth 19/4), then questions will start to be asked about the Dutchman’s position.

2) Reds need to be more clinical

A lot has been said about Liverpool’s defensive problems this season, but it’s forward players who need to answer some questions in the coming weeks.
Jurgen Klopp’s men have scored just one goal in their last three league games and with Sadio Mane still suspended, they need to find a solution at Leicester this Saturday (Sturridge to score first – 9/2).

3) Wembley is going to scupper Spurs’ title hopes

There’s been three Premier League ‘home games’ so far for Tottenham and just two points to show from those fixtures.
Swansea were the latest team to frustrate Spurs (14/1 – To win the title) at their temporary home, earning a 0-0 draw on Sunday.
Mauricio Pochettino will be happy that their next two league games are away from home – at West Ham this Saturday and then at Huddersfield next weekend.

4) Hodgson needs Zaha back….now!

If some Palace fans thought a new manager who quickly turn around their fortunes, they were sadly mistaken.
Roy Hodgson tweaked the side to face Southampton, but it was the same old story with another defeat and another game without a goal.
Things don’t get any easier either for the Eagles (10/11 – To be relegated), with Man City (a), Man Utd (a) and Chelsea (h) in their next three fixtures.

5) City can break goals record

Man City showed again that they are lethal going forward and could break the record for the most goals scored in a Premier League season – Chelsea hold it with 103 in 2009-10.
Pep Guardiola’s men (6/4 to score Over 3.5 goals v C Palace) bagged another six at Watford on Saturday – making it 13 in their last three league fixtures, while also scoring four in the Champions League at Feyenoord.

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