Big league football continues in another exciting weekend in the French Ligue Un, Bundesliga, Spanish La Liga, and the most followed of them all – the English Premier League. This weekend also sees the Serie A season officially kick off.
Already into the second round of the 2020/2021 English Premier League Season, eight encounters will be played this weekend.
This Saturday, Everton, who started the season with 3 full points away to Mourinho’s Tottenham, look to extend their good tidings as they host West Bromwich Albion in the early kick-off at 2.30pm (East African time). Bromwich got stunned 0-3 at home by Leicester City.
Marcelo Bielsa’s spirited Leeds fell short of securing a sensational win over defending champions Liverpool after losing 4-3 at Anfield in an enthralling contest.Leeds will hope to pick up their first Premier League win of the season as they host Mitrovic’s Fulham in the second game of the day. For the investors, MOZZART has given 1.75 for the home team and 4.90 for Fulham to triumph.
The Red Devils will finally kick off their campaign with a home game against Palace, who won their opening encounter.
Donny van de Beek is the club’s only major summer signing so far, having arrived from Ajax in a £40 million transfer, and has impressed at the club’s Carrington training ground since completing his move.
The big question is who will make way for the new signing in the starting eleven and how his inclusion will affect their play formation, having in mind Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes in the same squad. Punters can ride their luck for this game, different bookies have varying odds for the game. At MOZZART, Manchester United has been tipped to triumph.
The late night Saturday fixture pits the blazing Gunners against West Ham. Arsenal are already off to a flying start, and this seems like an easy weekend for the side. The odds are 1.60 for Arsenal and 5.70 for the Hammers.
Southampton host Tottenham on the EPL’s Sunday early kick-off. Newcastle will play Brighton as Leicester take on Burnley, but the biggest game of the day will see Chelsea take on Liverpool.
Home and away, Chelsea versus Liverpool is the most-played English fixture of the 21st century. Remarkably, this is the 64th instance in all competitions since the year 2000.