The Premiership is back and along with it, the excitement and the thrill for betting. BetXChange is bringing a short preview with predictions of all the games in EPL Week 4.
Chelsea vs. Crystal Palace
Things aren’t bright for the Blues, who suffered an exit from the EFL Cup handed to them by the former manager, Jose Mourinho. Previously, a 3-3 draw against WBA infuriated their fans, so there won’t be to much room for them for another slip. Meanwhile, the guests are coming to Stamford, shredded with injuries.
Everton vs. Brighton
The Toffees have six wins in a row, and on top of that, they look as they are still rising their form. Carlo Ancelotti’s vision is giving results for now, and Everton seems pretty serious. After posting three wins without a conceded goal, Brighton lost two, allowing three hits in each. Their negative streak will continue here.
Leeds vs. Manchester City
Bielsa’s boys are the nicest surprise in the league so far, and they play appealing and attractive football. Regardless of the opponent across the field, they will attack. Meanwhile, the Citizens need to step up and gain confidence following a nasty experience against Leicester at home. All in all, lots of goals in this one.
Newcastle vs. Burnley
These two teams play arguably the dullest football in England, and once they meet, seeing a goal is a rarity. To cut it short, bet on low efficiency.
Leicester vs. West Ham
Foxes smashed Man City on the road, and they are fired up to correct all the mistakes made in the finish of the previous season once they blew a chance to appear in the UCL. The Hammers are oscillating with several solid and a few pale performances. Still, to beat Leicester, it takes more than that.
Southampton vs. WBA
After three straight losses, two of them in which they couldn’t score, the Saints beat Burnley on the road last weekend. West Brom, meanwhile, plays efficient games, but doesn’t win, and so far each of the matches in which they participated saw at least three goals.
Arsenal vs. Sheffield United
The Gunners felt the power of the reigning champions, Liverpool. After taking the lead at Anfield, the Reds simply rolled over the guests from London, but we need to say, that Arteta’s side had its chances. As for the Blades, four games this season, four failures, with three in which they haven’t scored at all.
Wolves vs. Fulham
The Wolves were demolished against West Ham this weekend, 4-0, bt now have the perfect opportunity for bouncing back. Fulham comes to town, and the Cottagers have three straight losses in the Premiership. They are inconsistent, with problems in midfield that aren’t looking solvable at the moment. All this, suits Wolves perfectly.
Manchester United vs. Tottenham
The derby of the round features two powerhouses whose most recent common thing is Jose Mourinho. Before coming to Tottenham, the Portuguese led the Red Devils. Even though they play pale, United is winning, and they have three consecutive wins, in all scored three goals. the same applies to Tottenham, who
apart from losing in the opening round at home, looks very well, and is without a loss, but still, it seems that they can do better.
Aston Villa vs. Liverpool
The hosts have four straight wins and are the biggest surprise so far. In three of them, they kept clean sheets. But on the other side, they have the Reds who are fired up and unstoppable, meaning that the Villains will have to lay down their weapons in this contest.