Pinnacle’s English Premier League weekly preview combines betting market data with team capability data from Infogol to try and find value in odds.
Everton v West Bromwich
Everton will be looking to confirm their success against Tottenham on Sunday when they host West Brom at Goodison Park. With a home advantage, the team is likely to take a more offensive approach against the bags, which means the game has the potential for multiple goals. Mason Holgate, Senk Tosun and Jean-Philippe Gbamin will miss the game due to injury with Everton, but Fabian Delph should be back in action.
West Brom started the season in the Premier League with a 0-3 defeat to Leicester City, and this is clearly not the start that Slaven Bilic would like to get from his players. Another tough match awaits them here, and odds are predicting that Everton should have an edge over their newly promoted opponent.
Leeds United v Fulham
These two newly recruited Premier League teams will face off against each other at Elland Road in a spectacular event this coming weekend. Leeds were very impressive in their first leg, ultimately losing 3-4 to current Premier League champions Liverpool at Anfield, but the game showed that the team has some good potential.
Fulham are 3-0 down to Arsenal and need to improve both offensively and defensively if the team wants to have any chance of surviving the Premier League this season. Based on the performances of both teams in their first games of the season, the quotes predict that Leeds will win, and it seems almost obvious.
Based on the news from the team, Marcelo Bielsa is likely to be left without Adam Forshaw and Liam Copper, while Fulham should be in full force.
Manchester United v Crystal Palace
Manchester United will kick off the new season against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be delighted to have a completely finished, no-loss squad.
Donnie van de Beck’s summer contract, who may be making his United debut, and the characteristics the home team have, hints at their victory in this match. Crystal Palace is in the air after a 1-0 win over Southampton, and it will give the team a lot of confidence. However, this will be a much more difficult challenge than the match against Southampton and guests will need to do their best to score points.
Arsenal v West Ham
Arsenal have looked very impressive in their 3-0 win at Fulham on opening day, and there is another home game that the Gunners are expected to win. Gabriel Magallaes and Willian’s new transfers, which seem to have easily entered Arteta’s system, further increase the London club’s chances. Coupled with their home advantage, it is difficult to find arguments to keep them from winning this match.
West Ham were pale in their debut against Newcastle with a 0-2 home defeat, and if they play at the same level against Arsenal away from home, they may not be able to avoid defeat. However, Gabriel Martinelli, David Luis and Sokratis Papastatopoulos remain at Arsenal, so David Moyes will have a full roster to choose from.
Southampton v Tottenham
The two teams that were defeated on the opening day of the season will meet at St Mary’s stadium. The Saints have been beaten by Crystal Palace while the Spurs are looking to recover from a shocking home defeat at Everton.
Both sides should be close to their optimal lineups, and the odds suggest that this will be a game with approximately equal odds for both sides.
Newcastle United v Brighton
Newcastle will host Brighton on Sunday in a match that seems hard to predict. Steve Bruce’s team beat West Ham away over the weekend, and this will give the whole team a boost for the kickoffs. Callum Wilson’s summer signing is one of the positives for the home team, and his goal-oriented focus could make a difference for Newcastle.
Brighton were beaten at home by Chelsea in their first leg, although they showed glimpses of good play and the score was perhaps a little unfair (1: 3) for the Graham Potter boys. Newcastle will have their first win over Brighton since 2017, and given the home advantage now seems like the perfect time to achieve that goal.
Chelsea v Liverpool
Chelsea and Liverpool face off at Stamford Bridge in what is undoubtedly the premier league event this weekend. The London club have put a lot of time and money into line-up changes during the summer transfer window, and matches like this one against the current Premier League champions could prove that the team has moved to the next level.
Liverpool kicked off the season on a roller coaster, eventually winning 4-3 over newly minted Premier League Leeds United, but Jurgen Klopp is apparently unhappy that his side missed three goals at Anfield .
Mo Salah came to the rescue, and the Reds looked deadly in front of the goal, so it will be interesting to see how both coaches set up their team for a game that could bring many goals.
Leicester City – Burnley
Leicester City kicked off the season with a 3-0 win over West Brom after poor results late last season. Fox main player Jamie Vardy has shown no signs of losing his form as he has scored twice and will be the home team’s main striking force again.
Burnley will play their first game this week, but with Leicester having a home advantage and a first weekend result, it seems difficult to predict anything other than a home win.
Johnny Evans will not be able to help Leicester, and Ashley Barnes and Jack Cork will miss the away game.
Aston Villa – Sheffield United
Aston Villa will host Sheffield United this weekend, encouraged by the fact that their star player Jack Grealish has just signed a new long-term contract. Grealish will be the one to secure the win for his club and, given the home advantage, the hosts’ chances can be highly regarded.
Sheffield United were pale in their first leg after losing convincingly to the Wolves, and coach Chris Wilder will demand more of his players against Aston Villa.
Rookie Emiliano Martinez is expected to play for Aston Villa in goal, but striker Wesley Moraes remains on the bench. Sheffield United must be close to full squad without serious injury.
Wolverhampton – Manchester City
Manchester City will be looking to get off to a good start this season, but they are facing a tough match at Molyneux Stadium. Pep Guardiola’s team will be eager to win the Premier League trophy again after a disappointing campaign last season.
The Wolves kept Markale, Fabio Silva and Matiya Sarkis on the roster, and they looked pretty good in their win against Sheffield United in the opening week, so rest assured they’ll be well equipped for this game.
The good news for Manchester City is that striker Sergio Aguero has overcome his long-term injury and is expected to play in the starting lineup, while Nathan Ake and Ferran Torres, who came in the summer, are likely to remain on the bench for the time being. spare.