4/1 fourfold on Manchester United vs Brighton and other Premier League specials

4/1 fourfold on Manchester United vs Brighton and other Premier League specials

4/1 fourfold on Manchester United vs Brighton and other Premier League specials

The Premier League is back after its first international break of the season, and we’ve put together a four-fold that comes in at 4/1 ACCA.

Man United vs Brighton & Albion

Sat 16 Sep, 15:00

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It’s a return to Old Trafford for Manchester United and Erik ten Hag who have faced a couple of off-field issues involving key first-team players in recent weeks.

United were unlucky in their last Premier League outing, with Alejandro Garnacho’s late strike at the Emirates Stadium ruled out for an offside, only for Arsenal to go and score twice in stoppage time and snatch all three points.

Erik ten Hag’s side have won both home matches in the Premier League this season, putting Wolves and Nottingham Forest to the sword respectively, but face a Brighton side who they have failed to beat in the last three league meetings between the sides.

Brighton have enjoyed a fine start to the season and went into the international break on the back of a 3-1 win against Newcastle United, thanks to a hat-trick from exciting young forward Evan Ferguson.

The Seagulls were the only side to beat Manchester United in the Premier League at Old Trafford last season, managed by Graham Potter on that occasion before his move to Chelsea in what was also Erik ten Hag’s first competitive game as manager of the Red Devils.

We fancy Both Teams to Score at Old Trafford this weekend as an on-form Brighton side will be aiming to make it four Premier League wins in a row against Manchester United.

Newcastle United vs Brentford

Sat 16 Sep, 17:30

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Newcastle United fans will undoubtedly be looking ahead to their first UEFA Champions League fixture in 20 years next week, as a trip to the San Siro awaits for the Geordies, but face a Brentford side who arrive in the North East yet to lose a game in this campaign.

The Magpies are unbeaten in all four Premier League meetings against Brentford and completed a double over the Bees last season, including a 5-1 drubbing at St James’ Park.

Brentford will be looking to key man Bryan Mbeumo to lead the line accordingly and continue his fine start to the season, in which the Cameroon international has netted four times in as many matches.

Mbeumo has netted two penalties already this season in the absence of Ivan Toney, who will return in the New Year for Brentford.

The Bees were awarded three penalties in the two fixtures between these teams last season, two of which were converted and the other saved by Nick Pope as Newcastle went on to take all three points in West London back in April.

We’re backing Newcastle United to win this weekend’s clash and continue their fine Premier League run against Brentford.

Bournemouth vs Chelsea

Sun Sep 17, 14:00

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Andoni Iraola’s Bournemouth are still looking for their first Premier League win of the season and face another tough test this weekend as Chelsea are the visitors to the South Coast.

The Cherries have already tasted defeat against big hitters this season in Liverpool and Tottenham respectively, finding themselves in 16th place after four matches played.

Bournemouth have lost their last three Premier League fixtures against Chelsea but have netted in the previous three home fixtures against this weekend’s opponents.

Chelsea suffered a shock defeat last time out in the Premier League against Nottingham Forest, with former Manchester United winger Anthony Elanga scoring the only goal of the game at Stamford Bridge.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side did lose their opening away match of the season, in a dismal showing against West Ham, where David Moyes’ side came away as 3-1 winners.

We’ve gone for Both Teams to Score in this fixture between two sides who have both had disappointing starts to the season.

Everton vs Arsenal

Sun Sept 17, 16:30

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Everton only managed their first goals of the new campaign in their last outing before the international break, with Abdoulaye Doucoure and Arnaut Danjuma opening the Toffees’ account for the season in a 2-2 draw against newly promoted Sheffield United.

Sean Dyche’s side are still winless this season and are now without Alex Iwobi, who was sold to Fulham on Deadline Day and was arguably one of Everton’s better players.

Dyche did take charge of his first Everton game as manager against the Gunners last season, in which a second half header from James Tarkowski handed him all three points in his first showing at Goodison Park.

Arsenal battled hard to come away with the points against Manchester United, with two late goals from Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus respectively, making it three wins and a draw out of four matches for the Gunners this season.

In the last meetings between the sides, Mikel Arteta’s side blew Everton away at the Emirates Stadium back in March, as the Toffees were on the back of a 4-0 thumping by a rampant Arsenal that day.

Arsenal also find themselves back in the UEFA Champions League in midweek after six years away from the competition and will be looking for another morale boost ahead of their meeting with Dutch side PSV on Wednesday.

We’ve gone for an Arsenal win at Goodison Park this weekend and expect to see Everton continue their terrible start to the season.