#BetYourWay: 9 value bets for Saturday's action
Make the most of the first batch of weekend football with a variety of tips, and three tailor-made selections.
This season, several matches will be valid for our #BetYourWay promotion, where customers can request custom-built bets for individual games.
Here are our selections for Saturday's action.
Chelsea v Newcastle
Alvaro Morata to score anytime –
Morata has not been prolific recently, but has a great chance to turn that around against a team that has conceded nine goals in three matches.
Chelsea to win and over 2.5 goals –
The visitors lost 4-1 at Manchester United a fortnight ago, and similar appears possible after they shipped twice at West Brom on Tuesday.
Isaac Hayden to be booked -
After being booked in that game at Old Trafford, only one player in the Premier League has been carded more often than Hayden.
Arsenal v Manchester United
Both teams to score –
Arsenal have scored at least twice in their last 10 league home matches, not failing to score in a Premier League game at the Emirates for over a year.
Manchester United have scored four goals in two of their four games since Paul Pogba’s return, and have scored in five of their last seven against the Gunners.
Anthony Martial to score –
Martial was handed a start ahead of Marcus Rashford at Watford on Tuesday, and his well-taken goal means that he is worth backing to repeat the trick in this one.
Granit Xhaka to be booked -
Granit Xhaka’s three Premier League bookings this season have come in games against top-six sides.
Bristol City v Middlesbrough
Over 3.5 goals –
Bristol City have scored 14 goals in their last seven matches, while Middlesbrough have scored in five of their last six matches.
Britt Assombalonga to score –
Assombalonga has scored six goals in his last eight matches, and will be taking on a defence that have only kept home clean sheets against Millwall, Bolton and Burton this season.
Jonny Howson to be booked -
Howson was suspended for Middlesbrough’s last match after picking up five yellow cards – three of which were in his last four games – so is a decent bet to add to his tally.