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Premier League odds and tips for Man Utd, Arsenal, Spurs and more

The Premier League’s high fliers are all in action today, yes Aston Villa, Everton and Spurs – with Man United and Arsenal also playing!

We analyse all four fixtures and suggest your best bets for the Sunday action.

Aston Villa v Southampton, Sky Sports Box Office, 12pm

So Aston Villa’s proud 100 per cent start came crashing down with a 3-0 hiding by Leeds United which might have been even bigger.

And now they face a vibrant Southampton side who ended the only other unbeaten record in the top flight last weekend when they pulverised Everton.

We like the look of 7/4 with thepools.com for The Saints, that 2-0 defeat of The Toffees leaving them unbeaten in four matches (W3, D1) and having made their best Premier League start since 2014/15.

They also have few fears about Villa Park, not having lost any of their last five league visits (W3, D2). They may have to be patient, though, Villa haven’t conceded inside the first half-an-hour of any of their last nine Premier League outings.

When it comes to likely first scorers, Ross Barkley has scored in two of his three league appearances for Villa and is 15/2 first scorer , 12/5 any time, while Southampton’s Che Adams has scored six goals across his last 12 Premier League outings and is 7/1 first scorer , 23/10 any time.

But the clear favourite – and understandably so – is Danny Ings who is 10/3 to score first , Evens any time – and has scored in his last two Premier League away matches.

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Southampton to win 7/4

Newcastle v Everton, Sky Sports Main Event, 2pm

Was last week’s poor performance a blip? Or has Everton’s flying start to the Premier League season finally run out of steam?

We’ll find out at St James’ Park where Carlo Ancelotti must find a way to replace two enormously influential individuals in Richarlison and Lucas Digne – both suspended.

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Home league wins have been hard to come by for the Magpies who have managed just two since January (W2, D4, L4).

And late drama looks likely, with nine goals scored after 75th minute across their six league matches. Everton won’t recall their last meeting with Newcastle with any fondness either – they conceded two goals in added time to throw away a 2-0 lead at Goodison Park.

The draw is 5/2 – and with Everton conceding two goals in three consecutive Premier League matches, and not managing to keep a clean sheet before half-time in five straight, Newcastle half-time match drawn is a massive price at 12/1.

Everton usually enjoy their trips to to Tyneside – they have won five of their previous seven and are chasing a ninth win overall there – the only venue they have more times at in the Premier League era is West Ham.

Newcastle secured an unlikely point in late drama in their last clash with Everton

Newcastle’s Callum Wilson scored a couple of goals against Burnley at St James’ Park earlier this month and scored a brace against Everton back in September 2019. He is 9/2 to open the scoring and 8/5 to score at any time.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has scored four goals in his previous three appearances against Newcastle and hasn’t scored now for as whole Premier League match! He’s 7/2 to open the scoring and 11/10 any time.

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Newcastle half-time draw full-time 12/1

Man Utd vs Arsenal, Sky Sports Main Event, 4.30pm

United discovered a spectacular homesickness remedy on Wednesday night – just in time for an eagerly awaited visit of Arsenal.

After back to back home defeats and then a mind-numbing draw with Chelsea, United powered five past last season’s Champions League semi-finalists RB Leipzig in midweek – which just about justifies their  11/10 favouritism with thepools.com.

With four wins, one draw and just one defeat from their last six matches in all competitions, United are the form favourites. Arsenal, on the other hand, have won two, lost three and drawn one of their last six matches and are  12/5 for the win.

The Gunners have, however, won two and drawn one of the duo’s last three league meetings.

Those last three meetings have produced under 2.5 goals and that is a  21/20 shot.

The Gunners have scored in each of their last 14 matches against United, the hosts have only kept one clean sheet in their last three home games and Both Teams To Score is  6/10, with United to win and BTTS 13/5.

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United to win BTTS 13/5

Spurs vs Brighton, Sky Sports Box Office, 7.15pm

Spurs are unbeaten in five Premier League outings – 11 in all competitions – and will be confident of extending that record when Brighton visit, even after Thursday’s Europa League disappointment.

Jose Mourinho sent out effectively a second string line up at Antwerp, but still made it clear he was far from impressed by the 1-0 reverse.

He will expect a reaction – and so too do the bookies, with Spurs  8/13 at thepools.com and Brighton 4/1 to win only their second match of the season.

Brighton have scored in every game so far this season, but just one in each of their last two outings against Crystal Palace and West Brom.

If you fancy Spurs to shut them out Tottenham, to win to nil is a big  9/5.

Heung-min Son, meanwhile, has scored eight times in his last five Premier League appearances.

So it’s surprising he is not odds on to score at anytime, 6/5, with first scorer odds also an attractive  15/4.

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Spurs to win to nil 9/5




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