11/2 fourfold on Manchester City vs Fulham and other Premier League specials

11/2 fourfold on Manchester City vs Fulham and other Premier League specials

11/2 fourfold on Manchester City vs Fulham and other Premier League specials

It’s the final round of Premier League fixtures before the first international break of the season.

Will we end with a bang as our fourfold comes in at a tasty 11/2 bet?

Manchester City vs Fulham

Sat 2 Sept, 15:00

Back Manchester City Over 2.5 Team Goals
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Manchester City made in three wins in as many games last weekend in their late victory against Sheffield United at Brammall Lane.

Erling Haaland netted yet another Premier League goal but proved that he is human after all as he missed a first-half penalty, hitting the post before City went on to win the match.

Pep Guardiola will once again remain absent from the touchline as he continues to recover from emergency surgery, after suffering from a back problem.

Fulham have conceded five goals in their first three Premier League matches this season and held Arsenal to a 2-2 draw at the Emirates Stadium last weekend.

Marco Silva’s men have also given away two penalties in their opening three matches this season and Erling Haaland will certainly be looking to redeem himself from the penalty spot following last weekend’s miss.

We fancy Manchester City to Score Over 2.5 Team Goals in what should be a comfortable afternoon for the Citizens.

Burnley vs Tottenham

Sat 2 Sept, 15:00

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Burnley suffered back-to-back defeats as they were thumped by Aston Villa last weekend in what has been a shaky return to life as a Premier League club.

The Clarets have conceded three goals in both of their opening two Premier League fixtures and face a Spurs side who are in goalscoring form.

Lyle Foster did open Burnley’s account for the season in the 3-1 loss against Aston Villa but a much better performance is needed if Vincent Kompany’s side are to pick up their first points of the campaign.

Spurs picked up another win and are unbeaten in three following last weekend’s victory against Bournemouth.

New signing James Maddison has slotted in nicely to Ange Postecoglu’s system as he has picked up a goal and two assists in his first three matches as a Tottenham Hotspur player.

Spurs don’t seem to be missing record goalscorer Harry Kane too much these days and have begun to enjoy life without the England striker.

We’re backing Over 2.5 Goals at Turf Moor this weekend in what could be a cracker of a fixture.

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Newcastle

Sat 2 Sept, 17:30

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Brighton suffered a shock defeat against West Ham last weekend and Roberto de Zerbi will be hoping to get back to winning ways as Newcastle visit the South Coast this weekend.

The Seagulls have netted in all of their Premier League matches so far this season and sit at the top of the chart for most goals scored so far in the new campaign.

These sides last met in May at St James’ Park, where Brighton found themselves on the end of a 4-1 drubbing as Newcastle blew their opponents away on the day.

Eddie Howe’s side somehow found themselves on the losing side against Liverpool last weekend as a brace from Darwin Nuñez handed the Reds all three points following the sending off of Virgil van Dijk.

The Magpies have suffered back-to-back defeats after their 5-1 thumping of Aston Villa on the opening day of the season and a third defeat in four matches would be far from ideal for a side who will feature in the UEFA Champions League in just a few weeks.

We’ve gone for Both Teams to Score as two very good teams lock horns this weekend.

Arsenal vs Manchester United

Sun 3 Sept, 16:30

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Arsenal dropped their first points of the season last weekend in a lacklustre performance against Fulham at the Emirates Stadium.

The Gunners will welcome the full return of Gabriel Jesus against Manchester United following an injury the Brazilian picked up in pre-season.

Mikel Arteta’s side won this fixture last season thanks to a deft touch from Eddie Nketiah, which sent the Emirates Stadium into raptures.

Manchester United found themselves 2-0 down against Nottingham Forest last weekend in just four minutes but came away with all three points thanks to goals from Christian Eriksen, Casemiro and a penalty from Bruno Fernandes.

United lost their opening away game against Spurs in what was a dismal performance in North London and they will be hoping lightning doesn’t strike twice as another visit to the capital awaits.

We’ve gone for an Arsenal win at the Emirates Stadium this weekend as Manchester United just do not seem very convincing at all this season.