There’s another busy day of Premier League games to look forward to on Saturday and we’ve put together a four-fold from the top flight action.
Saturday four-fold – 42/1
- Bournemouth to beat Everton at 7/4
- Arsenal to beat Wolverhampton at 1/2
- Chelsea to beat Newcastle United at 2/1
- Leicester City to beat West Ham United at 12/5
Bournemouth to beat Everton – 7/4
Bournemouth have had some real highs and lows this month as they prepare to welcome Everton back to the Vitality Stadium this weekend.
The highs of taking two-goal leads against Tottenham and Leeds, were followed by dramatic defeats in both of those Premier League games.
Bournemouth did bounce back with a 4-1 win over Everton in the EFL Cup in midweek and they welcome the Toffees back to the south coast this weekend.
Frank Lampard’s side have only won one of their last nine away games in the Premier League and the Cherries look well-priced to pick up the win on home soil against a Toffees’ side that struggle on their travels.
Arsenal to beat Wolverhampton – 1/2
Front-runners Arsenal should be full of confidence when they make the trip to 19th-placed Wolves this weekend.
Mikel Arteta’s side have won six of their last seven Premier League games (drawing the other) in a run that has kept them just ahead of reigning champions Manchester City in the standings.
Wolves on the other hand have endured a tough start to the campaign and will be looking to new manager Julen Lopetegui to turn things around at Molineux.
The former Spain and Real Madrid boss does not start work in the West Midlands until next week and he might well have to watch on as his new side suffer another defeat this weekend.
Chelsea to beat Newcastle United – 2/1
Chelsea have suffered a dip in form but they can turn things around on Saturday when they make the trip to Newcastle United.
The Magpies are in good form, with their last defeat coming back on August 31 at the hands of Liverpool.
However, Chelsea have a very strong record against Newcastle, with the Blues winning all of their last four games.
Newcastle have not been able to find the back of the net once in those four fixtures against the Londoners.
With that in mind, Chelsea are worth considering to bring the Magpies back down to earth this weekend.
Leicester City to beat West Ham United – 12/5
With just one win in their last five Premier League games, West Ham are enduring a poor spell in the lead up to the World Cup break.
Back-to-back defeats to Manchester United and Crystal Palace have left the Hammers down in 15th place in the table.
Leicester have had their own tough start to the season but three wins in their last four games have seen the Foxes leapfrog the Hammers up to 14th.
The confidence and the form is certainly with Leicester who might well come away from the London Stadium with the spoils on Saturday.