Another week of top-flight action sees Manchester City visit Tottenham, who will be hoping they can rid their midweek woes with a positive result against the champions.
Elsewhere across the league, Manchester United host Everton in what could prove a banana skin fixture for Jose Mourinho’s men to navigate.
Our football betting expert has taken a look at the best bets this weekend.
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City
Spurs will host this one at Wembley on Monday night, a fixture once scheduled in the Premier League calendar as the curtain raiser for Spurs’ new stadium.
Fans will have to wait a little longer to embrace their new home, but expect the atmosphere to be electric nevertheless, as the London side hope to avenge the 3-1 defeat suffered in the same fixture last April.
Spurs are without a win in their last three Premier League matches against City, and Raheem Sterling has scored three in his last two outings against the 5th placed side. We make a Man City wincast with Sterling to score anytime well priced at 11/4 with Grosvenorsport.com.
Tottenham have scored in 29 consecutive competitive fixtures at home, whilst the champions had scored 10 goals in their three previous away fixtures before their 0-0 stalemate at Anfield. You can get City to win with both teams to score at 21/10.
Manchester United v Everton
Another week in the Premier League means another Manchester United story. Having lost their midweek Champions League tie to Juventus in a game that have could have provided the springboard to build further momentum, their home tie against Everton is another must win.
Romelu Lukaku hasn’t had a shot on target in the Premier League since mid-September and supporters are growing increasingly frustrated with their team’s lacklustre approach to starting games.
Everton have made a steady start to life under Marco Silva and will be no pushovers at Old Trafford, with Bernard and Richarlison both impressing so far this campaign.
If you’re going by United’s second half performance against Newcastle and Chelsea, then this one would be an easy one to call. However, if United start as they did in the first half an hour of those two fixtures, then Everton can exploit this United team with the pace they have going forward.
It’s a tough one to call but something tells me United will react aggressively after midweek and start strong, with Anthony Martial grabbing the first goal to continue his good form at 11/2.
Liverpool v Cardiff
Coming off the back of their first Premier League win of the season last weekend against Fulham, this is possibly best time for Cardiff to play at Liverpool away from home as confidence levels will be riding high.
The trouble is if they go and get played off the park, those levels will drop dramatically.
Liverpool keep picking up the points in the Premier League and will be buoyed by their dominant 4-0 victory over Red Star Belgrade during midweek.
Individually, Mohamed Salah took his tally to 50 goals in 65 competitive fixtures for the Reds and Fabinho, who made his first start for the club, managed to win 18 duels during the contest and was a figure of authority in the middle of the park.
It’s the first time they’ve put four past a side since the 4-0 victory against West Ham on the opening day, but I think they’ll continue in the same vein against Cardiff – you can get Over 3.5 match goals at 10/11.