The final unbeaten record in the Premier League went on Monday as nine-man Spurs slipped to a 4-1 defeat to Chelsea. How will Ange Postecoglou’s side bounce back?
Spurs’ defeat means Man City top the table heading into MW12, with Liverpool and Arsenal completing the top four.
At the bottom, Sheffield United grabbed their first win of the season against Wolves, while Luton earned a valuable point at home to Liverpool.
Sunday’s clash between Man City and Chelsea is this weekend’s standout game, while Wolves v Spurs kicks things off on Saturday lunchtime. We’ll have great offers on all the action, including Nicole Holliday’s picks, Enhanced Odds and much more. Plus, your Epic Boost will be refreshed on Sunday morning.
To get you ready, let’s look at three of this weekend’s Premier League matches…
Wolves v Spurs
Saturday, 11th November @ 12:30
Spurs have the chance to put Monday’s defeat to Chelsea behind them when they travel to Molineux on Saturday lunchtime. But they will be without defenders Cristian Romero and Destiny Udogie through suspension, and Micky van de Ven through injury. Plus, they face an anxious wait on the fitness of James Maddison.
History is on Spurs’ side, though. Nine of the 18 Premier League games between Wolves and Spurs have been won by the away side. A Spurs win is part of Nicole Holliday’s 5/1 treble on the game.
Wolves’ mini revival was dealt a blow by last weekend’s controversial loss to Sheffield United. They’ll look to top-scorer Hwang Hee-chan to get them back to winning ways. Hwang has been involved in eight goals this season (6 goals, 2 assists). Get 7/1 (was 6/1) on Hwang and Matheus Cunha to each have over 1 shot on target.
The last five meetings between Spurs and Wolves have seen wins to nil. We’ll pay out at 6/1 (was 5/1) if Spurs continue that run with a 1-0 or 2-0 victory.
Bournemouth v Newcastle
Saturday, 11th November @ 17:30
Eddie Howe returns to his old stomping ground on Saturday evening as high-flying Newcastle travel to Bournemouth.
Both teams have scored in eight of the 10 Premier League meetings between Bournemouth and Newcastle, including the last seven in a row, while Newcastle have never lost at the Vitality Stadium (W2 D3). A Newcastle win with both teams scoring is 11/5.
The Magpies are seven unbeaten in the league after last weekend’s win over Arsenal. Anthony Gordon scored a controversial winner in that one and he’s part of Nicole’s 5/1 treble on this game.
This game should also see Callum Wilson make his first Premier League appearance against Bournemouth since leaving the club in 2020. He scored 41 goals in 126 games for the Cherries and is 7/2 to open the scoring.
Chelsea v Man City
Sunday, 12th November @ 16:30
This round of games wraps up with Manchester City’s trip to Stamford Bridge. Can Chelsea upset another title contender and take all three points? It’s 10/3.
Chelsea don’t have a good recent record in this fixture, though – they’ve lost their last six games against City by an aggregate score of 10-0 (all comps). Plus, they’ve lost their last four in the league 1-0. It’s 7/1 City leave Stamford Bridge with a 1-0 win.
Surprisingly, Erling Haaland has never scored against Chelsea in the Premier League. Fancy that to change this weekend? The Norwegian goal machine is 3/1 to net the opener.
After last week’s performance it’s Jeremy Doku who is likely to grab most of the attention. He scored one and assisted four in the 6-1 win over Bournemouth. Get 16/5 on an assist from Doku at Stamford Bridge.
Could Nicolas Jackson put City to the sword the same way he did to Spurs? He grabbed a hat-trick on Monday night and is 125/1 to repeat the feat against City. Jackson has converted five of his 14 shots on target since moving to the Premier League.
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