💷🦁 Premier League: Betting pointers for Saturday's four matches
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💷🦁 Premier League: Betting pointers for Saturday's four matches

There are four matches on Saturday with Man United kicking off their 2020-21 EPL season against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford.

Here's a quick preview and our picks for all of the action.

🍬 Everton vs West Brom

Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti has never lost a Premier League game to a newly promoted club in 15 previous such matches (W11 D4). New star signing James Rodriguez created five chances against Spurs, the most by a Premier League debutant since Alexis Sanchez for Arsenal in 2014. West Brom allowed Leicester 13 shots on their goal in a 0-3 defeat at home on opening day. The hosts look set for a win and even a clean sheet.

💷 Latest Everton vs West Brom betting info

⚪️ Leeds vs Fulham

Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa will be frustrated by his side's 4-3 opening day defeat at champions Liverpool, considering that none of the goals they conceded came from open play. Still, there were huge signs of encouragement going forward. The side playing at home has not lost any of the last eight league meetings between Leeds United and Fulham (W3 D5), winning the last three in a row. The Peacocks will fancy a win at home but this should be an entertaining, end-to-end affair.

💷 Latest Leeds vs Fulham betting info

🏰 Man United vs Crystal Palace

27 of Palace's 38 league matches in 2019-20 went under the 2.5 goals mark. Their next assignment is a trip to Old Trafford to face Man United who plays their first game of the season. United's goals dried up at the end of last term - they failed to score more than twice in any of their final eight fixtures. Crystal Palace has never previously won back-to-back league trips to Manchester United; only six sides have won away at Old Trafford in consecutive Premier League seasons – Man City (three in a row on two occasions), Bolton, Liverpool, Southampton, Tottenham and West Brom. It's a tall order.

💷 Latest Man United vs Crystal Palace betting info

🕰 Arsenal vs West Ham

32-year-old Brazilian Willian enjoyed seven years at Chelsea and he's slotted right into Mikel Arteta's Arsenal. He played 76 minutes on debut, providing two assists and also was heavily involved in the opener. Arsenal hosts West Ham next weekend and it's hard to see Willian losing his place. West Ham's next six fixtures aren't kind; Arsenal, Wolves, Leicester, Tottenham, Man City, and Liverpool, and they lost 2-0 at home to Newcastle on opening day. Arsenal skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored eight goals in his last six appearances for Arsenal in all competitions, netting in each of his last four games for the Gunners. West Ham boss David Moyes has never won away to Arsenal as a manager in any competition, drawing four and losing 15 of his 19 visits. 

💷 Latest Arsenal vs West Ham betting info

That's about that for now. Enjoy the action this weekend!

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