💰 Five betting angles to look out for in the Premier League this weekend
💰 Five betting angles to look out for in the Premier League this weekend
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💰 Five betting angles to look out for in the Premier League this weekend

Futaa's build-up tp matchday 2 of the Premier League continues here and we've picked out five things to look out for in matches involving last season's top six.



Gunners look to click into gear ☄️ 

Arsenal wasn't at their fluent best on the opening day as they laboured to a 1-0 win over Newcastle but they should open up a bit more against Burnley this Saturday. The visitors notched an impressive 3-0 win against Southampton and will visit London with no fear, which could set us up for an open, attacking match. 

>> Back Arsenal to win & over 2.5 goals

Aguero isn't likely to stop scoring 🇦🇷 

Although the Argentine missed a penalty against West Ham, he got a chance to retake it thanks to VAR and he slotted in a typically cool fashion. He's got the best minutes to goals ratio in Premier League history and will relish the challenge of Tottenham this Saturday. 

>> Back Aguero to score anytime



Leicester will put Chelsea to the test 🦊 🔵 

The mood in the Chelsea camp isn't great after their hammering at Old Trafford and a loss on penalties against Liverpool in the UEFA Super Cup. However, manager Lampard sounds defiant and bullish about his side's improvement in a short time, and they'll need to be much better if they are to get a result at home to Leicester.

>> Back both teams to score

Liverpool travel to "Liverpool academy" 

The European Champions were taken all the way by Chelsea but they claimed the UEFA Super Cup final and a trophy is a trophy, no matter how you play on the day. Southampton started their season in horrible fashion with a 3-0 loss to Burnley. Whatever happens here, we expect goals to flow. 

>> Back over 2.5 goals

A chance for revenge as United travel to Wolves 🐺 



Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first test of the season was passed with flying colours, as they swotted Chelsea aside in a 4-0 win. An entirely different type of test awaits on Monday night as they travel to Wolves. United lost 2-1 at Molineux in the FA Cup in March and then again two weeks later in the Premier League by the same scoreline. Avoiding defeat here would be a sign of progress for Solskjaer. 

>> Back a draw 

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