BETTING PREVIEW: Can Palace Repeat Last Season’s Miracle & Beat Chelsea?

Arsenal will be in most accumulators this weekend and even at 2/5 should be too strong for Hull at The Emirates.

Burnley will be looking to matches like their battle of The Clarets as must win if they are to retain their Premier League status, and at 17/10 are fair value to beat West Ham at Turf Moor, this looks sure to be low scoring with a saver on 0-0 also advised.

Crystal Palace are 15/2 to repeat last years shock win over Chelsea at Selhurst Park it is a big price but Chelsea should be too strong and are 2/5 to win. Diego Costa is the key to their success this season and big hitters who want to back The Blues are advised to wait till he is a confirmed starter before lumping on.

Aston Villa look to have a great chance of getting a result at Everton, the draw is the preferred result here as 4/7 Everton looks on the short side.

Manchester City have been getting the better of Tottenham on a regular basis recently and although I expect The Blues to beat Spurs again this weekend I like draw half time and City at Full time at 7/2 if you just want to back them to win it is 1/2.

Another key game for Newcastle and Alan Pardew at St James Park against Leicester City I take The Geordies to oblige at 23/20.

Southampton have made a great start to the season and must be backed at 8/13 to get 3 more points against Sunderland at St Mary’s.

On Sunday I fancy Stoke at a tempting 13/10 to beat Swansea in their Super Sunday Clash, while many will be thinking Liverpool are certainties to win at QPR but the Londoners are good value at 3/1 to get a point and are 9/2 for a shock 3 points.

I expect Manchester United to beat WBA on Monday night at 7/10 to continue their revival under Louis Van Gaal they will need to win to keep the momentum going as Monday’s trip to the Midlands is followed by a home clash with Chelsea and a local Derby away at Manchester City, which will define which way their season will go.

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