The teams at the top of the table are in great form, and Chelsea vs Manchester City looks a must watch for all football fans on Saturday. We’ve analysis and a tip for that match, as well as Manchester United vs Crystal Palace, and West Brom vs Watford.
Manchester United vs Crystal Palace (Saturday 3.00)
Jose Mourinho’s second season magic continues to make Manchester United a force on all fronts at present, whilst it remains to be seen as to whether Roy Hodgson can stop the rot at Crystal Palace. If statistics are anything to go by, there will be an avalanche of money for United to win to nil, as not only have they won the last four renewals to nil, but they’ve also won their 3 home games this season to nil, whilst Palace have lost their 3 away games to nil. Sadly, as the big-hitters have already smashed the price of United winning to nil into odds-on, it might be worth backing United to do some serious damage to a Palace side void of confidence – and backing United to win 4-0, 5-0 and 6-0 could lead to an exciting 90 minutes if they can get amongst the goals early.
Manchester United to Win:
4-0 @ 9/1 Paddy Power
5-0 @ 19/1 Paddy Power
6-0 @ 40/1 Paddy Power
West Brom vs Watford (Saturday 3.00)
West Brom have made a satisfactory start to the season with 8 points from 6 games, and 5 of those points have been accumulated in an unbeaten home record consisting of a win against Bournemouth and draws against Stoke and West Ham. However, whether that means they should be 6/4 to beat a Watford side that has made a more impressive start under new manager Marco Silva (yes, sorry, I will probably keep banging on about how good a manager I think Silva is). Watford currently have a 100% away record, after wins against Swansea, Southampton and Bournemouth, and West Brom are pretty much on a par with those teams. Watford have also won 2 of their last 3 against West Brom, including 1 away game, and Silva has definitely improved them in the interim. Therefore, Watford must be the bet at decent odds.
Watford @ 27/10 BetVictor
Chelsea vs Man City (Saturday 5.00)
Sergio Aguero’s car crash may cause City a headache in a game that could go a long way to deciding this year’s Premier League, but I can’t see it stopping City scoring with the likes Jesus and Sterling both scoring freely. City’s attacking policy also means that Chelsea should get plenty of chances and, though I’m not sure who’ll win, both teams to score will be plenty of punters idea of the banker of the weekend. A best price of 4/6 might not be much to write home about but, with both teams scoring in 10 of the last 13 matches between the two sides – it’s statistically still great value.
Both Teams To Score @ 6/10 WilliamHill