Bournemouth versus Everton
Everton surprised everyone with their early run but under Ronald Koeman they look a different team. In Idrissa Gueye, the Toffees have a player who’s fast turning out to be the best in midfield. Eddie Howe’s young team is yet to impress and so is Jack Wilshere. Though they are a tough nut to crack at home, Everton may just go past the Cherries. Back both teams to score a goal.
Swansea City versus Manchester City
The Swans have probably the toughest test of the lot this weekend. Already under pressure for a poor start, Francesco Guidolin is under pressure with reports of Ryan Giggs taking over as coach circling around. City won’t be sympathetic though and we could see a multi-goal return for the visitors. Back them to win by a two or more goal margin.
Stoke City versus West Brom
A miserable start to the season has seen Stoke City stuck to the bottom of the table while their opponents have backed their campaign with a subtle start. Stoke have so much talent and back them to find a way to win this game.
Sunderland versus Crystal Palace
Sunderland are still in last season relegation mode and it looks like David Moyes will need all the luck in the world to turn it around. Will Palace offer a ray of hope? Not sure of it but Sunderland could hold on for a draw.
Middlesbrough versus Tottenham
Boro started as the surprise package of this season only to wilt in their last two matches. Tottenham have started really well too but could be counting the losses of injuries from the last week. Back the hosts to surprise the Spurs for a draw or win.
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|England Premier League 2016/2017||24.09.2016||20160924||Manchester United||Leicester|
|England Premier League 2016/2017||24.09.2016||20160924||Bournemouth||Everton|
|England Premier League 2016/2017||24.09.2016||20160924||Liverpool||Hull City|
|England Premier League 2016/2017||24.09.2016||20160924||Middlesbrough||Tottenham|
|England Premier League 2016/2017||24.09.2016||20160924||Stoke City||West Brom|
|England Premier League 2016/2017||24.09.2016||20160924||Sunderland||Crystal Palace|
|England Premier League 2016/2017||24.09.2016||20160924||Swansea||Manchester City|
|England Premier League 2016/2017||24.09.2016||20160924||Arsenal||Chelsea|
|England Premier League 2016/2017||25.09.2016||20160925||West Ham||Southampton|
|England Premier League 2016/2017||26.09.2016||20160926||Burnley||Watford|