The English Premier League is into its seventh week. The Manchester clubs are still in front, closely followed by Chelsea. On this Saturday, Chelsea have a chance to break the Manchester Clubs’ hegemony as they face Manchester City at home. It is going to be a cracking contest of attacking football. The rest of the big clubs have relatively easy fixtures. But you can find some interesting matches for online betting if you look close enough.
Huddersfield Town vs Tottenham Hotspur
Bournemouth vs Leicester City
Manchester United vs Crystal Palace
Stoke City vs Southampton
West Bromwich Albion vs Watford
West Ham United vs Swansea City
Chelsea vs Manchester City
Arsenal vs Brighton and Hove Albion
Everton vs Burnley
Newcastle United vs Liverpool
Marquee Match of the Week
Chelsea vs Manchester City will be the biggest draw this weekend. Manchester City’s ace striker Sergio Aguero has been injured in an accident and will not be playing this game. But that does not diminish the attacking prowess of the Pep Guardiola’s men. They have scored 16 goals in the last three EPL games without conceding any. Chelsea’s defence and midfield have to perform at their best to tame Man City’s multi-pronged attack. Manchester City seemed to have an edge. But the absence of Aguero will even things out.
Other Interesting Fixtures
West Bromwich Albion vs Watford is another interesting fixture. Watford have won three and drawn one of their five matches of the season. They have lost just one match and that too against Manchester City. They are level on points with Liverpool and Tottenham. They will be looking for more point against West Brom. But West Brom is becoming a hard to break fortress at home.
Everton vs Burnley will be another interesting fixture. Burnley are unbeaten in the last four matches, while Everton scored their first win in the last week. While Everton will be bullish about pulling off a win in the tie, Burnley will be quietly confident of getting at least a point from this match – just like what they managed against Liverpool and Tottenham.