There are likely to be more Premier League twists and turns this weekend and the early game on Saturday could be a cracker as Bournemouth host Manchester United.
Bournemouth to win @ 27/10
The Cherries are unbeaten in their last six in all competitions, prompting talk of a potential run at the European places.
A top-six finish will be seen as the bare minimum for United this season and they looked good in last Sunday’s 2-1 win over Everton, but their defensive frailties remain.
Jose Mourinho’s side have won their last two trips to Dorset. However, Bournemouth are in fantastic shape and if they are to pull off an upset, Saturday is the time.
Watford to win @ 9/5
Another side who have excelled this season are Watford and they have the perfect chance to grab a third win in a row when they head to Newcastle.
After a blip before the international break, the Hornets were brilliant against both Wolves and Huddersfield and so will not fear a Magpies side seemingly set for relegation.
Rafael Benitez’s team are yet to win this season and were outplayed 3-0 when the duo met on Tyneside last season.
Back the Hornets to sting again, with their movement likely to prove too much for a stagnating Newcastle.
Tottenham to win @ 13/10
While Mauricio Pochettino seems unhappy with his lot, his side’s form is sure to bring him some joy and the midweek 3-1 win over West Ham took them into the last eight of the EFL Cup.
Spurs were outplayed by Manchester City on Monday but their stars will be fresh after largely skipping the victory over the Hammers, while they have won five of their six on the road this season.
After a promising start, Wolves have stumbled to two straight defeats and their lack of goals is becoming a worry, netting only nine from their 10 games.
Nuno Espirito Santo has questions to answer and Saturday’s fixture is unlikely to provide him with any solutions.
Chelsea to win and both to score @ 7/5
Of Sunday’s games, the fixture that could produce the most drama is the London derby between Chelsea and Crystal Palace.
Maurizio Sarri’s seamless transition to life in the Premier League has been exceptional and his team head into this game unbeaten all season, with wins in their last three in all competitions.
Palace are without a victory in five in the league and, despite playing well, just cannot seem to put 90 minutes together.
The Eagles will have taken heart from Derby’s performance in Wednesday’s 3-2 defeat at Stamford Bridge and Roy Hodgson is likely to adopt a counter-attacking approach given the pace he has out wide.
They could grab a goal, with Chelsea conceding in their last three at home, but Sarri’s stars should have too much on the day.
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