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Sunday Premier League Tips

We preview all three televised Premier League games this Sunday, featuring the top five teams in the Premier League table, plus bottom of the table Crystal Palace.

Tottenham v Crystal Palace     

TottenhamTo Win To Nil11/8BetVictor
Dele Alli Anytime Goalscorer13/11Unibet
Tottenham 1-0Correct Score9/1Bet365
Tottenham 2-0Correct Score13/2Bet365

All odds quoted are subject to change

Tottenham have beaten Real Madrid 3-1 and Liverpool 4-1 in their last two home games, so it seems safe to say that they’ve finally adjusted to the new Wembley.

Roy Hodgson’s Palace are no bigger than 4/5 for relegation and have lost every away game so far this season, failing to score in all five league games on the road so far.

So, it’s no surprise to see Spurs at just 3/10 (generally) to win this game, with Palace available at best odds of 11/1 with Bet365 and the draw at 21/4 with Stan James.

The best bet looks to be on Tottenham to win ‘to nil’ at stand-out odds of 11/8 with BetVictor – this bet would have won in all of Palace’s last seven league away games.

Dele Alli stole the show against Real Madrid on Wednesday with two goals – and he can be backed at 13/11 with Unibet to score here again (odds-on elsewhere).

But perhaps with legs a little weary after their midweek exertions, let’s also go for the 1-0 and 2-0 home wins at best odds of 9/1 and 13/2 respectively with Bet365.

Manchester City v Arsenal    

Manchester CityTo Win To Nil12/5BetVictor
Manchester City 4-0Correct Score20/1Betfair
Manchester City 5-0Correct Score45/1Betfair
Leroy SaneAnytime Goalscorer13/8Betfred

All odds quoted are subject to change

Arsenal won their last league away game, at Goodison Park, but they had lost 10 of their previous 16 league games on the road (W4, D2) and there is little to suggest that Arsene Wenger’s men will upset the odds here at the Etihad.

Pep Guardiola’s side are best price of just 1/2 with Coral to win again, with the Gunners available at best odds of 6/1 and the draw at 17/4 – both with Bet365.

Over the last couple of seasons Arsenal have won none of their away games at their biggest rivals and bucking that trend against a rampant City looks highly unlikely.

Indeed, we suspect they could be on the receiving end of another big defeat here – City put four past the Italian league leaders, Napoli, away from home in midweek and have scored 20 goals in their last four league games here at the Etihad Stadium.

Let’s back the home side to win ‘to nil’ at 12/5 with BetVictor (Arsenal have failed to score at Anfield and Stamford Bridge already this season), plus the 4-0 and 5-0 home wins at best odds of 20/1 and 45/1 respectively with Betfair.

Finally, Leroy Sane has scored five goals in those last four league wins here for City and the German must be backed at the 13/8 with Betfred to score again on Sunday.

Chelsea v Manchester United    

No GoalscorerFirst Goalscorer15/2Betfred
Under 1.5Total Goals2/1Unibet

All odds quoted are subject to change

Chelsea won this fixture 4-0 last season, while they also beat United 1-0 here at Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup back in March – but things have changed since then.

The Blues have already lost twice at home this season (W2, D1) and are the only team to have been beaten by Crystal Palace – plus they lost 3-0 at Roma in midweek.

But United have only won two of their five league games on the road so far (L1, D2) and were beaten 2-1 at Huddersfield in their last league away game.

All things considered, this looks likely to be a hard fought, low scoring game and it would be no surprise at all if it were to finish goalless – back ‘No Goalscorer’ at 15/2 with Betfred – which also wins if the game finishes 1-0 courtesy of an own goal.

Chelsea have already drawn 0-0 here with Arsenal this season, while United also scrapped their way to a 0-0 draw at Anfield recently – back Under 1.5 Goals at 2/1.