Arsenal v West Ham – H 1/3 (1.33) D 4/1 (5.00) A 8/1 (9.00)
The start of the 2018/19 campaign has been quite difficult for the Gunners as they faced Premier League champions Man City, which resulted in a 2-0 loss, and then they played against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, which again saw them lose only this time the result was 3-2. (For more info about the online betting site, check out Bet365 Sportsbook review.)
Now new boss Unai Emery has to dig up everything he can on West Ham in order to beat them on Saturday at the Emirates and collect their first points of the new season. A victory against their London rivals would serve them more than just getting 3 points; it would boost their morale and confidence for the next few games – which is vital – so we’re backing them with providers of internet betting in UK to win the game this weekend.
Newcastle v Chelsea – H 9/2 (5.50) D 14/5 (3.80) A 3/5 (1.61)
It’s only been 2 games, but Newcastle find themselves in a familiar position that they’re normally in at the end of a season – the middle of the table (12th spot). They’ll face a tough task against Chelsea at home this weekend; despite winning both of their opening games, the Blues are still a volatile team as the squad is still adjusting to the new manager Maurizio Sarri.
We predict Newcastle could bag a goal or two, as we’ve seen cracks in Chelsea’s defence when they played against Arsenal last weekend. This match could end in a draw with goals, although Chelsea have a deep talent pool, so perhaps it would be good to place a bet on a draw or win for the Blues.
Manchester United v Tottenham – H 3/2 (2.50) D 9/4 (3.25) A 9/5 (2.80)
And the final match of round 3 will see Man United host Spurs on Monday night in what could be a thrilling encounter, as both sides have immense quality. Despite the fact that online sportsbooks in UK are backing the hosts to win the game, the result could go either way, easily.
Since Jose Mourinho seems to be under huge pressure at the moment as he enters his third season in charge at Old Trafford, it could prove too big of a task for him to take on Tottenham who, for the past few seasons, have been flying high with a stellar squad.
Man United have once again been active in the transfer market by bringing in midfielder Fred for €60m and right-back Diogo Dalot for around €22m. Tottenham on the other hand have not signed any new players, but instead have focused on keeping their biggest stars at the club, like: Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen, among others. With this considered, we think this game could end in a draw with goals.