Weekly EPL Tips 5th September 2022

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Brentford – Leeds United: Both Teams To Score (8/15)

From their first five games, Brentford have only managed the one clean sheet but have also scored in each game as well. Leeds have a similar record, managing just one clean sheet but did fail to score in one game as well.

Nottingham Forest – Bournemouth: Nottingham Forest to score 0.5+ goals (1/4)

Forest will know this is the perfect opportunity to get points and forget their recent performances against Spurs and City. At home and welcoming a team that may still be hurting from the shock exit of their manager, surely they’ll at least get on the score sheet.

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Tottenham – Fulham: Tottenham To Win (8/15)

Unbeaten so far, Spurs will be looking to maintain their 100% home record when they welcome Fulham this weekend. Fulham have proven themselves to be stronger than anyone predicted. Already getting a draw against Liverpool and giving Arsenal a hard nights work against the league leaders Arsenal at the Emirates, who went on to win 2-1. I expect a low scoring home win.

 Nottingham Forest – Bournemouth: Nottingham Forest To Win (21/20)

The fact they’re at home and up against another new boy, who are in a very uncertain period, after sacking Scott Parker, the most likely result has to be a home win. It’s been spoken about a lot, that Forest have brought in a record 21 new players but the quality of those signings can’t be questioned. They should have enough to get the win.

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Manchester United – Arsenal: Arsenal To Win And Both Teams To Score (16/5)

Granted, the home side have clearly begun to show signs of improvement since their humbling 4-0 defeat to Brentford but can they get anything against the league leaders who’ve had a 100% start to the campaign? I do expect United to score, given they’re at home and Arsenal have also conceded in three of their wins so far.

Everton – Liverpool: Liverpool To Win And Both Teams To Score (9/5)

Everton come into this on the back of three consecutive 1-1 draws. Even though, Liverpool have only managed the one point from their two away games so far, I feel improvements are being made and the hunger to hurt Everton will be there, for obvious reasons. Defensively the home side aren’t strong enough to handle the visitors attack and an away win seems hard to bet against. Liverpool have only managed one clean sheet, therefore I can see Everton getting at least one goal.

The odds in this article were sourced from Coral.