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Weekend Betting Guide: Top Premier League Picks, Best Odds and Games to Watch

With the Premier League making its return from September’s international break this weekend, all eyes will turn back to England’s elite.

Watching the likes of Manchester City and Arsenal steal centre stage this weekend, we have taken an in-depth look at three of the standout fixtures and some of the most intriguing betting markets that are available.

Saturday, September 16th

12:30 Wolves vs Liverpool

While Liverpool might have come under plenty of scrutiny last season as they missed out on the chance to claim a top-four finish, Jurgen Klopp’s side certainly aren’t showing any signs of a hangover. Only continuing to shine since opening up the 2023/24 campaign last month,

Saturday’s guests should be relishing a trip to the Midlands this weekend.

Last seen heading into September’s international break with a 3-0 romp at home against a

high-flying Aston Villa, the one-time Borussia Dortmund boss will be calling on his squad to carry on from where they left off earlier in the month.

Mounting a stunning last-gasp comeback away at Newcastle on August 27th as they eventually snatched that famous 2-1 win, Liverpool have mustered 10 points from their opening four Premier League appearances.

Keeping hold of attacking talisman Mohamed Salah this summer despite stern interest from Saudi Arabia, the former Premier League champions are rightfully tipped as a standout contender here.

While Wolves might have managed to open their account on August 26th as they snatched a dramatic 1-0 win away at fellow strugglers Everton, it is no secret that Gary O’Neil has a major job on his hands this season.

Dealing with some public issues behind the scenes and already watching Julen Lopetegui leave the club this summer, Saturday’s hosts were also last seen getting hit with an action-packed 3-2 loss at the hands of Crystal Palace.

Fearing that they could be at the heart of another relegation scrap this season, the former Bournemouth boss has also seen his side win just one of their previous seven Premier League appearances continuing on from last year.

15:00 West Ham vs Manchester City

Heading into September’s international break with another rampant performance, Manchester City have certainly come flying out of the traps since opening up the 2023/24 campaign. Eventually breezing their way to a 5-1 romp at home against Fulham, Pep Guardiola’s superstar squad will simply be looking to make another statement this weekend.

Making major history last season as they became the first English club since 1999 to be crowned treble champions, Saturday’s guests have now each of their first four Premier League appearances.

Marking their return from the fortnight interval as the only Premier League club that can boast a 100% start, the former Barcelona boss has also seen his side continue on quite the free-scoring flurry.

Opening proceedings on August 11th as they stormed their way to a routine 3-0 romp away at top-flight returners Burnley, the Sky Blues have bagged 11 strikes on their four-match winning start.

On the flip side, while West Ham might have endured a real Premier League struggle last season, the Hammers have come roaring back this time around.

Heading into September’s international break with a 2-1 win away at Luton, David Moyes’ men have mustered 10 points from their opening four top-flight appearances and they have certainly gained a string of plaudits.

With their eye-catching flurry underlined by back-to-back 3-1 victories against Chelsea and Brighton respectively last season, Saturday’s hosts will be relishing a return to action here.

However, mustering just a single point from their last five Premier League showdowns against the reigning champions, Moyes’ men will know that they face a heavyweight challenge this weekend.

Sunday, September 17th

16:30 Everton vs Arsenal

Suffering title heartbreak last season as they fell at the final hurdle and missed out on the chance to get their hands on a first Premier League crown since 2004, Arsenal are desperate to mount another charge this time around. Continuing to shine under Mikel Arteta over the past 18 months, the Gunners have once again impressed this time around.

Eventually heading into September’s international break with a stunning 3-1 victory at home

against historic rivals Manchester United, Sunday’s guests have collected 10 points from their opening four Premier League showdowns.

Really breaking the bank this summer as they welcomed the likes of Declan Rice and Kai Havertz to north London, the one-time Manchester City coach will be excited to make a return to top-flight action here.

Already preparing for their Champions League return later in the month, Arsenal will undeniably be smelling a golden chance when they arrive at a downbeat Goodison Park this weekend.

While the Gunners might be riding an extended wave of momentum, Everton find themselves firmly at the heart of another Premier League nightmare.

Only just about clinging to a 2-2 draw away at fellow strugglers Sheffield United last time out, it is no secret that Sean Dyche finds a huge amount of pressure on his shoulders.

Once again tipped as a standout relegation contender this season and still yet to muster a single Premier League victory, the former Burnley boss finds the mood around the blue half of Merseyside at a real low.

Hit with a 4-0 drumming when they travelled to the Emirates back on March 1st, Arsenal are rightfully billed as a standout pick this weekend.

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