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Last weekend was a dramatic one in the Premier League with Manchester United being humbled 5-0 at home by fierce rivals Liverpool. Chelsea also scored plenty in their 7-0 rout of Norwich City, while Manchester City also got amongst the goals with a 4-1 away win over Brighton.

Let’s now check on all the scores last weekend before we take a look at the games coming up this weekend in the EPL.

Premier League Matchday Nine – Results

  • Arsenal 3-1 Aston Villa
  • Chelsea 7-0 Norwich City
  • Crystal Palace 1-1 Newcastle United
  • Leeds United 1-1 Wolves
  • Everton 2-5 Watford
  • Southampton 2-2 Burnley
  • Brighton 1-4 Manchester City
  • West Ham 1-0 Tottenham Hotspurs
  • Brentford 1-2 Leicester City
  • Manchester United 0-5 Liverpool

Mason Mount grabbed a hat-trick in Chelsea’s huge win at home to Norwich to keep them top of the table, but Liverpool kept up the pace with a sensational 5-0 win at Old Trafford with Mo Salah not only becoming the highest African born goalscorer in Premier League history, but the first player to net a hat-trick at Old Trafford in the Premier League.

Ex-Everton striker Joshua King returned to haunt his old club as he netted a hat-trick in Watford’s 5-2 win at Goodison, while West Ham earned a very good win against Spurs in a closely contested London derby, while there were good wins for Leicester and Arsenal too, the latter now going six Premier League games unbeaten.

At the foot of the table, Norwich, Newcastle and Burnley remain winless, but the latter two teams did pick up a point apiece as they drew their games with Crystal Palace and Southampton respectively.

Let’s now preview the games coming up this weekend and give you our top tips for each.

Premier League Matchday Ten – Tipssoccer-bet-365-premier-league

Saturday 30th October

  • Leicester City v Arsenal (12.30pm)

Two teams who have radically improved their form of late to move up the table and onto the heels of the likes of Man Utd, Spurs and Everton. Leicester have enjoyed three great wins in the past week or so, while Arsenal are unbeaten in six EPL games. For me, Leicester are the better team and have home advantage, so I would probably just edge this one in their favour, although it could also end in a draw. This is a tough one to call but with better odds, I’d probably take the draw here at 12/5.

  • Burnley v Brentford

This is a massive game for Burnley and one Sean Dyche will be keen to see his side break their winless streak in. The problem is, while Burnley’s fighting spirit cannot be denied, I think Brentford have shown their real quality this season and they are not going to lie down and take a beating here. Burnley have become something of a specialist at draws in the EPL this season, with four so far and I think they will make it five here. I can see a 0-0 or 1-1 draw being the result and a draw is a 23/10 chance.

  • Liverpool v Brighton

Liverpool are unbeaten this season and after beating Manchester United 5-0 away from home, on the back of a 5-0 win over Watford the week before, the Reds are flying. Brighton have started the season very well but were well beaten last week by Manchester City and it is hard to see them being able to earn a result at Anfield, even though they have played well here the last couple of seasons. Back Liverpool to take another win here at 2/9.

  • Manchester City v Crystal Palace

A few years ago, Palace shocked City with a win at the Etihad, but I can’t see Patrick Vieira’s team enjoying a similar result here. City were excellent away to Brighton last week and while they went out in the Carabao Cup last weekend, a full-strength Manchester City team should be more then capable of picking up a big result here. Take Man City to win at 1/7.

  • Newcastle United v Chelsea

With Graeme Jones in temporary charge of the Magpies, Newcastle picked up a point away to Palace last week. That gives them something to build on at least, but it is hard to see them getting a similar result or better here against the league leaders Chelsea. After a 7-0 demolition of Norwich, Chelsea will be very confident taking on the team just one place above Norwich in the table and as such, I would expect them to earn a win here. Back Chelsea to win at 4/11.

  • Watford v Southampton

Watford enjoyed a fantastic result away to Everton last week, bouncing back from their 5-0 defeat by Liverpool to beat the Reds City rivals 5-2 at Goodison. Southampton were held by Burnley but they have proven tricky to beat this season have the Saints and I am not convinced Watford’s ills are all now over that Claudio Ranieri has taken over. I can’t see too many goals here but I do feel that this game will likely end up as a draw which is a 23/10 shot.

  • Tottenham v Manchester United (5.30pm)

Both of these teams have had poor starts to the season by their own lofty standards and both will be desperate to get back to winning ways after tasting defeat last week. Spurs 1-0 defeat away to West Ham is forgivable but United’s 5-0 home defeat to Liverpool was an absolute shocker for United fans and the pressure is on them to bounce back here. I can’t see them winning in London this weekend, but I do feel United may be able to claim a point. Take the draw here at 13/5.

Sunday 31st October

  • Norwich City v Leeds United (2pm)

It’s fair to say that this season has been a disaster for Norwich City so far. They are bottom, have just two points and have by far and away the worst goal difference of any team in the Premier League. Leeds season so far has been poor compared to their efforts last season but I am confident that the Yorkshire team should be able to get a result away from home here against the hapless Canaries. Back Leeds to land a much needed win at 11/10.

  • Aston Villa v West Ham (4.30pm)

West Ham’s fine form in 2021 continued with another big win last weekend over Spurs and they will travel to the Midlands in confident mood ahead of this Sunday afternoon clash with Villa. Dean Smith’s side have lost their last three games in the Premier League and they are looking a little like deer caught in the headlights at the moment and I feel that West Ham are going to be able to pick them off on the counter here. Back West Ham to win at 6/4.

Monday 1st November

  • Wolves v Everton (8pm)

Wolves are starting to gain some momentum now and with Raul Jimenez looking somewhere back to his best, and Adama Traore tormenting defences, they should be a real test for an Everton side that were smashed 5-2 by Watford at home last weekend. Rafa Benitez cannot afford too many results like that if he wants to win over the Everton faithful, but I think they may fall just short here too. Take Wolves to claim a tight victory here at 6/5.

*Kick off times are 3pm unless stated. All odds shown were correct with bet365 as of Thursday 28th October but may have changed since.