Tottenham to beat Liverpool? Kevin De Bruyne to score first for Man City?
A late Angel Di Maria goal scuppered a 6/1 correct score prediction in PSG's Champions League clash with Anderlecht -- but we will be looking to get back to winning ways this weekend with the return of the Premier League.
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The Home Banker
Tottenham face Liverpool this Sunday and both teams will be confident after outstanding results in Europe recently. The Reds recorded their biggest ever European away win as they blitzed hapless Maribor 7-0 while Spurs put in a fabulous shift in the Bernabeu as they held reigning European champions Real Madrid to a 1-1 draw.
In truth, Tottenham deserved fully deserved their Group H point and will fancy their chances here. Spurs have struggled at home so far this season but should be far more comfortable facing a side who won't park the bus and will look to go on the offensive. Borussia Dortmund are perhaps the only side this season who came to win at Wembley and Spurs brushed them aside 3-1. Goals should again be on the agenda with Liverpool having shipped 11 in their last four Premier League away games.
The Tasty Treble
Chelsea have endured a torrid week after first losing to Crystal Palace and then blowing a two-goal lead in a thrilling 3-3 Champions League draw with Roma. However they can be trusted to get back to winning ways against Watford, while Manchester United should be too savvy for Huddersfield in a game that pits the top flight's best defence against a team that have scored only two goals in their last seven outings. Add Newcastle to beat a Palace side who have been shocking away from home and you have what looks a good treble paying slightly better than 6/4.
Selection: £4 on treble at 2.54/1 with bet365.
The Euro Wager
Napoli have a 100 percent record in Serie A and can continue their blistering start to the season by beating title rivals Inter, who have won only once in six previous visits to the San Paolo. Maurizio Sarri's men have plundered 26 goals so far and can be trusted to win this weekend's big game in Italy.
The Wildcard Tip
Kevin De Bruyne clocked his 100th appearance for Manchester City last weekend and the Belgian ace has looked truly sensational in recent weeks. He will again be the man pulling the strings when City face Burnley and he looks worth a bet at 11/2 to score first at the Etihad.
The Bookie Basher
West Ham face Brighton at home on Friday night with a draw looking a decent shout at 5/2. Another game likely to finish even is Sunday's clash between Everton and Arsenal, with both managers feeling the heat in recent weeks after a series of poor results. Of the Saturday fixtures you could also make a strong case for a Swansea City vs. Leicester City stalemate, and a speculative punt on all three finishing all square pays almost 40/1 with bet365.
Selection: £1 on draw treble at 39.32/1 with bet365.