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Saturday Premier League Acca Tip

Arsenal to win vs Norwich

Brentford vs Burnley – Draw

Man City to win vs Leicester

Man United to win vs Newcastle

Watford to win vs Wolves

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Premier League Tips

  • Arsenal to win vs Norwich
  • Brentford vs Burnley – Draw
  • Man City to win vs Leicester
  • Man United to win vs Newcastle
  • Watford to win vs Wolves


Arsenal to get First Win vs Norwich

Arsenal vs Norwich, Saturday 3pm

The Gunners and their manager Mikel Arteta are under severe pressure having lost all three matches so far, and they are yet to score a goal. Alarm bells are ringing, and what is worse, in the three games so far they have not looked anywhere near to the team they aspire to be. It may well be a long season for the Arsenal fans once again.

Norwich are in the same position as Arsenal, as they are still to win a game, and they look way short of the standard required to stay in the Premier League. They have managed only one win in their previous ten games against the Gunners, and they might be in for another defeat at the Emirates. It is about time Arsenal secure their first win, and give the fans something to cheer about.


Bees and Seagulls to Share the Spoils

Brentford vs Brighton, Saturday 3pm

These two teams lock horns on Saturday, and it is difficult to separate them at the moment. It is likely that these two will finish in similar positions at the end of the campaign, so it is a game of big importance, even though it is still early days.

Brentford will be confident going into this game, as the home support in their stadium is amazing, but they will be up against a Brighton side that seems to be improving all the time. A draw looks like the most likely result at Brentford Community Stadium.


City to Revenge Community Shield Defeat

Leicester vs Manchester City, Saturday 3pm

Manchester City will be looking for revenge for the Community Shield defeat against Leicester last month. Leicester under Brendan Rodgers look like a very serious team that is on the verge of competing for the biggest honours in English football.

Manchester City are always the favourites going into any game in the Premier League, as they seem to be going from strength to strength under Pep Guardiola. They won their last two games 5-0, and this is a game that will surely give a good indication of where both teams are at the moment. We back City to just edge this one and continue their march towards another Premier League title.


Cristiano Ronaldo to Steal the Show?

Manchester United vs Newcastle, Saturday 3pm

The match that everyone is looking forward to, no matter which team they support. It may be the game in which we will see Cristiano Ronaldo make his second debut for the Red Devils, after the stunning summer transfer from Juventus.

Both teams have contrasting form going into this game, as Newcastle are yet to win a game this season, and Man Utd have drawn one and won two so far. Newcastle are always a tricky opponent to Manchester United, but we can’t see anything other than a home win, with maybe even Cristiano Ronaldo marking his second debut with a goal.


Home Advantage Gives Watford the Edge

Watford vs Wolves, Saturday 3pm

Another game of two teams that are difficult to separate, but Watford might be in a better place at the moment. Wolves seem to be going backwards in the previous two years, and they might be in trouble this season after their manager Nuno Espirito Santo left.

Watford have an impressive home record, and their last defeat came in February in the Championship against QPR. There is a fight in them, and we expect another home win which will put even more misery in Wolverhampton’s camp.

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