After the fun and games of midweek cup competition, the bread and butter of the Premier League returns, with a full program of fixtures across the weekend.
The weekend kicks off with a London derby on the Olympic Park in Stratford as West Ham play host to Tottenham, while Leicester City and Liverpool renew acquaintances at the King Power Stadium, just four days after playing each other in the EFL Cup at the same venue.
Manchester City looked nailed on to beat Palace at home, while Manchester United (at Southampton) and Chelsea (at Stoke) are both favorites at reasonable odds to win on the road.
Here’s the full matchlist, taking you right through to the Monday night game at the Emirates between Arsenal and West Brom.
Saturday September 23
|West Ham United (+500)||Draw (+280)||Tottenham Hotspur (-175)|
|Burnley (+115)||Draw (+220)||Huddersfield Town (+250)|
|Everton (-150)||Draw (+275)||Bournemouth (+400)|
|Manchester City (-700)||Draw (+700)||Crystal Palace (+1400)|
|Southampton (+375)||Draw (+240)||Manchester United (-125)|
|Stoke City (+475)||Draw (+280)||Chelsea (-167)|
|Swansea City (+130)||Draw (+225)||Watford (+210)|
|Leicester City (+300)||Draw (+260)||Liverpool (-118)|
Sunday September 24
|Brighton & Hove Albion (+162)||Draw (+210)||Newcastle United (+175)|
Monday September 25
|Arsenal (-350)||Draw (+500)||West Bromwich Albion (+750)|
|Odds via Bet365|
- Given the fortunes of both sides so far, +400 on a Bournemouth away win at Everton looks like a value bet to me
- Leicester play host to Liverpool for the second time in the space of a week. Leicester look decent value, given their EFL Cup win over the Reds in midweek.
- A Chelsea-Manchester United double may be worth a look, with both teams available at backable odds playing away from home