Gunners, Spurs and United to shine on Sunday

Unai Emery

There are three Premier League fixtures to whet the appetite on Sunday and in the early game, Arsenal will expect to impress at Cardiff.

Arsenal to win to zero @ 8/5

The Gunners finally got off the mark under Unai Emery last weekend as they battled past West Ham 3-1 and will be keen to build their momentum in Wales.

Neil Warnock’s side have drawn two of their three games this season but have yet to score a goal.

Home is where they will need to build their survival hopes but they will need to end a record that has seen them fail to score in their last four against the Gunners.

Arsenal had an awful record on the road in the dying embers of Arsene Wenger’s reign, losing eight of their last nine away games in the league but Emery should have no such issues on Sunday.

Manchester United to win to zero @ 29/20

Four o’clock then sees two games, including Manchester United’s trip down the A56 to Burnley.

Jose Mourinho has endured a miserable week in the aftermath of his team’s 3-0 defeat to Tottenham, a fixture in which they actually looked sharp for long swathes, only to waste their chances.

Expect changes from the Portuguese against a Burnley side who now have their Europa League monkey off their back after being eliminated by Olympiakos on Thursday.

There have been under 2.5 goals in the last five meetings between the pair at Turf Moor, an outcome that is 20/27, but with Burnley yet to win this season, and struggling in front of goal, an away win appears on the cards.

Tottenham to win and both to score @ 37/20

Spurs have made a strong start to the season, winning all three of their games and look to be onto something despite an uneventful summer in the transfer market.

They are joined on nine points by Watford, the first time the Hornets have achieved such a feat in their top-flight history.

Javi Gracia’s men will be buoyed by the news Hugo Lloris will miss the game through injury and Troy Deeney and Andre Gray will be looking to expose Michel Vorm’s shortcomings.

Tottenham have won nine of their last 10 games against Watford and despite the home side’s form, Mauricio Pochettino’s men can maintain their start by winning an entertaining game.

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