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Football fans and punters alike have been frothing at the mouth to get back to the comfort and excitement of the weekend Premier League football coupon after a tedious International break, and the coupon looks as exciting as ever with no less than eight games taking place on Saturday.
With the international break its certain teams will be hoping to carry on where they left off or will be hoping the break will reverse their fortunes. There’s definitely plenty at stake in what is a very busy coupon in England.
Super Saturday gets underway with the early kickoff at 12:45 GMT, as David Moyes Manchester Utd side take on Crystal Palace at Old Trafford, in a game which gets the weekend Premiership coupon underway.
12:45 Man Utd (2/9) Draw (11/2) Crystal Palace (12/1)
15:00 Tottenham (4/9) Draw (10/3) Norwich (13/2)
15:00 Hull (6/4) Draw (9/4) Cardiff City (15/8)
15:00 Fulham (11/10) Draw (23/10) West Brom (13/5)
15:00 Aston Villa (23/20 )Draw (29/4) Newcastle (5/2)
15:00 Stoke (5/1) Draw (11/4) Man City (4/6)
15:00 Sunderland (9/2) Draw (23/5) Arsenal (4/6)
17:30 Everton (23/10) Draw (9/4) Chelsea (5/4)
It hasn’t exactly been a stellar start to the Champions’ new Premier League campaign this season, but the arrival of Marouane Fellaini from Everton will bolster a midfield that had begun to look a little short during the first few weeks of the season.
Its difficult to see where Ian Hollway’s side can damage United and this one looks like a comfortable home win.
The price of 1/4 however will only attract the big hitters, while backing the 3-0 and 4-0 scoreline at 9/1 and 12/1 respectively could reap dividends – the last time United lost to a newly promoted side at Old Trafford was against Middlesbrough in 1998/1999.
With the Gareth Bale sage out of the way Andre Villas-Boas can get back to concentrating on Tottenham’s Premier League ambitions as they entertain Norwich at White Hart Lane. The Canaries have a decent record at the ground in recent seasons, but this time should be different.
Roberto Soldado has been brought in and the Spaniard looks to have settled in well at the Lane and is already amongst the goals. Paddy Power make him evens to find the net anytime and thats looks the better value than backing the Tottenham home win at 4/11.
Mesut Ozil has been added to an already impressive Arsenal mifield as the Gunners travel to Sunderland. The ex Real Madrid looks to be a welcome addition to a mouth watering midfield setup, complemented by Theo Walcott, Santi Cazorla, and the goals of Olivier Giroud, who looks comfortable in his position and respondibility as lone striker.
The one shining light for Paulo Di Canio is the return to full fitness of Steven Fletcher, although it would take only the most optimistic of Sunderland fan to oppose Arsene Wenger’s new look side at 4/6.
Its been a difficult month for Alan Pardew at Newcastle, and things could get a whole lot worse as his side travel to the Midlands to face Aston Villa. Yohan Cabaye has stayed at St James Park despite looking for a move away and it remains to be seen if he can recapture the form of last season.
Scoring goals is a major problem for the Toon, with Loic Remy poised to make his debut in front of Papiss Cisse.
The fact that Pardew’s side have drawn a blank five times in their last seven Premier League outings speaks volumes and with Paul Lambert slowly building a young and dynamic side, together with the goals of Christian Benteke, the 23/20 on the home win looks one of the bets of the weekend.
The evening kickoff sees a mouth watering clash at Goodison Park as Everton face Jose Mourinho and his Chelsea side. Its been a positive if not spectacular start for Roberto Martinez at the helm as Gareth Barry and James McCarthy have been added to the squad as well as Romelu Lukaku, who looks a cracking aquistion on loan.
It remains to be seen if new Chelsea signing Samuel Etoo will make an appearance on Merseyside, however the Blues have more than enough firepower going forward to cause Everton all sorts of problems.
The attrition and physical presence Maruane Fellaini brings to the side is a big loss in the centre of the park and Jose Mourinho’s side look well worth a wager at a big price of 6/5.
Of the remaining games of the day, we fancy Stoke to shock Manchester City at the Britannia, with the price of 5/1 too big to ignore. Fulham can add to West Brom’s woes by inflicting another defeat on the Baggies at a fine price of 11/8, while we expect Hull and Cardiff to play out low scoring draw.
Whatever you decide to do this weekend, remember to bet only what you can afford – other than that, Good Luck!