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Premier League acca: Best bets for Saturday

10 Nov | BY Tom McGarry | MIN READ TIME |
Premier League acca: Best bets for Saturday

Tom McGarry's tips for Saturday's top-flight action include wins for Spurs and Arsenal, and a goal for Newcastle's in-form forward.

Best bets

Tottenham to beat Wolves @ 23/20
Arsenal to win to nil v Burnley @ 5/6
Both teams to score in Manchester United v Luton @ 17/20
Anthony Gordon to score v Bournemouth @ 11/10

Wolves v Tottenham

Tottenham lost 4-1 to Chelsea in one of the most entertaining matches of the season on Monday but perhaps a bigger issue was that Spurs suffered a number of injuries and suspensions.

Nevertheless that will have just added juice to the price of Ange Postecoglou’s side as they visit Wolves in the early kick-off.

The hosts were beaten by Sheffield United last time out and even an under-strength Tottenham outfit should be too strong.

The likes of Heung-min Son, Dejan Kulusevski and Guglielmo Vicario are all available and they have been among Spurs’ standout performers.

The visitors are admittedly light at the back with Micky van de Van’s injury and Christian Romero’s suspension, but they have enough quality going forward to win this.

Arsenal v Burnley

Burnley’s return to the top flight has been a dismal one thus far and they sit on just four points after 11 games.

Vincent Kompany’s men are also the lowest scorers in the Premier League with eight goals in 11 matches, a record that looks unlikely to change when they visit Arsenal.

Three of the Gunners’ last four wins have been to nil and they held Sevilla to just a single shot on Wednesday night.

Mikel Arteta’s team should be able to secure three points and a clean sheet in this matchup. 

Manchester United v Luton

Manchester United’s season continues to go from bad to worse as they were beaten 4-3 by Copenhagen in the Champions League on Wednesday.

The Red Devils have conceded 16 goals in 11 league games this season and their opponents Luton may well be able to get on the scoresheet in this matchup.

Both teams have found the net in five of the Hatters’ last six games and they could add to that tally in this clash.

Given the defensive issues of both teams this season, action at both ends looks likely.

Bournemouth v Newcastle

Newcastle’s injury list is a real issue at the moment and contributed to their 2-0 defeat at the hands of Dortmund on Tuesday.

Eddie Howe’s side travel to Bournemouth in the late kick-off and it’s worth siding with Anthony Gordon to get on the scoresheet.

The former Everton man featured off the bench in midweek but is likely to start on the South Coast and he already has four goals in nine Premier League starts this season.

Able to feature out wide or through the middle, take Gordon to have a big say in this matchup.