Premier League Preview Week 4

Stoke City have managed to draw the last 4 games against Man City at the Britannia and have made a good start. It’s 14/5 for another draw. Man City’s loss against Cardiff will give the manager Pellegrini no margin for error. Man City should have enough to take all three at 8/13.

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Arsenal travel to the Stadium of light as hot favourites at 4/6. Sunderland have started poorly and it will take time before they gel and its hard to see them taking anything.

Tottenham have a vastly improved squad depth this season and will have to take all three points against Norwich if they are to be considered as a genuine threat. They are 4/9 for the win which at White Hart Lane they should be capable of getting.

Chelsea have started the season brilliantly and will have high hopes of beating Everton priced at 13/10. Goodison is a tough place, 9/4 for the draw. However, Everton have adopted a more stylish passing approach under Martinez and despite drawing there opening fixtures of the campaign don’t look as steely defensively.

Villa are much improved and could pull of a win. If Villa play well Benteke can capitalise on a weak Newcastle defence and at EVENS they could be an astute bet.

David Moyes will not allow Manchester United to slip up against a weak Palace side who may concede a few if they play too offensively as Holloway sides tend to do. The floodgates could open if there is an early goal. Over 3.5 Goals at 6/5 is an interesting one.

The Tigers lack a goal threat. This could be a tight affair but Cardiff have looked the better of the two so far this season and look value at 11/10 draw no bet.

This could be a frustrating afternoon for the Saints where they dominate possession but find it difficult to breakthrough. West Ham have been, overall, fairly good defensively and under 2.5 goals will suit Big Sam nicely.

Liverpool have been in sensational form at the start of this campaign and will be confident of extending their run. Swansea have played well without getting the results so far. Both sides are weakest at the back and a surprise Monday night goal fest could be in order. Over 3.5 goals is available at 5/2.

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