The WhatAcca.com Premier League GW4 a.k.a Game Week 4 Preview has been completed for our readers and subscribers!
The Premier League returns on 11th September. All eyes will be on Old Trafford where Cristiano Ronaldo looks set to make his debut for Manchester United. After completing a transfer deadline day signing. The Red Devils are strong favourites to claim victory against Newcastle. While there’s an opportunity for Arsenal to get their first points of the season when they clash against Norwich. We have created Premier League predictions for every game…
SATURDAY 11TH SEPTEMBER
Crystal Palace 12:30 Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham enjoyed a 100% start to the season before the international break. We think Nuno Espirito Santo’s side can land another victory at Selhurst Park. They are yet to concede a goal and now have the exciting prospect of Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min working in tandem. With Patrick Vieira’s side unlikely to have a find a way past Hugo Lloris based on early evidence.
BEST BET: Tottenham to win
Arsenal 15:00 Norwich City
Arsenal are in desperate need of some points in order for their season to get any kind of lift-off. They are likely to oblige against the Canaries in what might be a high-scoring game, with Mikel Arteta determined to get things right at the Emirates Stadium. While the Spaniard doesn’t know his best team, Emil Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka never let him down and we think the Gunners should outscore Norwich.
BEST BET: Arsenal + BTTS Yes
Brentford 15:00 Brighton & Hove Albion
Brentford have enjoyed a robust start to the season after landing five points from their first three matches. They can continue their unbeaten campaign against a Brighton side who won their first two games before being outplayed by Everton. A point for both teams would be a reasonable outcome and we think it could be defences on top.
BEST BET: Under 2.5 Goals
Leicester City 15:00 Manchester City
Leicester have six points on the board although they might struggle to contain a Manchester City side who won back-to-back matches by a 5-0 scoreline before the international break. Pep Guardiola is struggling to house England hero Raheem Sterling, although Ferran Torres and Gabriel Jesus are both thriving in new roles and we’re expecting the visitors to outscore their opponents.
BEST BET: Manchester City + Over 3.5 Goals
Manchester United 15:00 Newcastle United
The hero returns! Cristiano Ronaldo is likely to start for Manchester United as he makes a second debut and Newcastle look like ideal opponent. With Steve Bruce unlikely to enjoy a return to his former club. This could be a one-sided affair, with CR7 looking to take centre stage and the best way to play this game could be a home win. Along with them keeping a clean sheet, especially now Raphael Varane is playing alongside Harry Maguire.
BEST BET: Manchester United + BTTS No
Southampton 15:00 West Ham United
Southampton lost a couple of key players when the transfer window was open. Although they have enjoyed back to back draws against Manchester United and Newcastle. The Saints are lively enough in attack thanks to the signing of Adam Armstrong.
BEST BET: Southampton 0
Watford 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Wolves might not have any points on the board although their expected goals suggests that the floodgates might open at Vicarage Road. Especially with the Hornets having conceded five goals in their three games to date. Raul Jimenez is the sharp shooter waiting in the wings and he is likely to enjoy the support offered out wide by Trincao and Adama Traore in this clash.
BEST BET: Wolves to win
Chelsea 17:30 Aston Villa
Romelu Lukaku was in fine scoring form for Belgium over the international break. The Chelsea striker can help put Aston Villa to the sword on his home debut. Having scored at the Emirates Stadium a few weeks ago. Thomas Tuchel’s side look like genuine Premier League title contenders and it’s hard to see the Villans living with them here.
BEST BET: Chelsea -1
SUNDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER
Leeds United 16:30 Liverpool
It’s hard to be too confident about a Liverpool victory in this clash, although Diogo Jota should slot back into the team. Alongside Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah. With the visitors therefore likely to score at Elland Road. However, Leeds are likely to adopt an attack-minded approach and they have scored in all their games to date, so we’ll take the BTTS Yes option here. Learn more about BTTS and Win tips with the WhatAcca.com guide.
BEST BET: BTTS Yes
MONDAY 13TH SEPTEMBER – Premier League GW4
Everton 20:00 Burnley
Everton are going swimmingly under Rafael Benitez. There’s no reason to desert them for a clash against a Burnley team who might find life tough going in the Premier League this season. The Clarets have just a point on the board and might struggle to lay a glove on a vibrant Toffees team who have scored seven goals already.
BEST BET: Everton + BTTS No
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