Burnley will be keen to defeat poor travellers Arsenal on Sunday as they attempt to build on their excellent start to the campaign.
In the corresponding fixture last term the Clarets thought they had clinched a hard-earned draw until Laurent Koscielny netted deep into stoppage time – even though the ball appeared to have hit the Frenchman’s elbow.
Nick Pope continues to be an excellent replacement for Tom Heaton in Burnley’s goal and the 25-year-old shot-stopper has kept clean sheets in each of the Clarets’ last three matches.
Sean Dyche’s side can be backed at 19/4 to keep another clean sheet on Sunday.
Arsenal have been outstanding at home this season but have managed to lose four of their six away Premier League matches. A draw can be backed at 33/10 while the odds on there being under 1.5 goals in the game are available at 3/1.
Goals have been very scarce at St Mary’s this season and that could be the case again when Everton visit Southampton.
Saints have only scored six goals in their seven home top-flight encounters to date, conceding eight, while Everton have failed to win any of their six matches away from Goodison Park.
Southampton have to play Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs and Manchester United before the end of December so will be desperate to win Sunday’s match and avoid slipping further towards the relegation zone.
It is difficult to see anything other than another easy win for Manchester City when Pep Guardiola’s side make the short trip over the Pennines to take on Huddersfield Town.
The Terriers have only lost once at the John Smith’s Stadium this term, and beat Manchester United last month, but a City win by a two-goal margin seems good value at 11/4 while Kevin de Bruyne is 11/2 to score the first goal.
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