Weekend Football Review

03rd Nov 2017

Sport

Tags: English Premier League

Newcastle Looking to Improve League Position and potential investors looking for same

Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle entertain AFC Bournemouth on Saturday hoping to improve on their current ninth position in the Premier League. AFC Bournemouth who are currently 19th should provide them with the three points they need to build on their impressive start to the season.

More importantly will Amanda Staveley be in the Directors box to keep an eye on her potential new investment?

The early morning kick-off sees Leicester travel to Stoke also looking to advance up the Premier League. Undefeated in their last four games, this could be an opportunity for the Foxes to regain some credibility.

Don’t expect Burnley manager Sean Dyche to get distracted by talk of the Everton job. It will be all business for Burnley at Southampton. Here at Energy World we think he would be mad to leave behind the excellent job he has done at Burnley FC. The Clarets currently have a good shot at a European place for next season.

Premier League Saturday:£10 on Leicester, Newcastle and Burnley to win nets you a cool £340.58!

Remember, remember the fifth of November!

Sunday has the potential to be a day to remember for football fans. Tottenham, fresh from their midweek demolition of Real Madrid, take on bottom of the table Crystal Palace in the early kick-off.

Wembley will once again be a powder keg of emotion with Spurs fans expecting their team to produce some more sparklers in front of goal. Palace will just hope that they don’t get thrown on the bonfire as Madrid were.

Top of the table fireworks will be provided courtesy of Manchester City who play host to Arsenal. Expect this game to be an absolute ‘banger’ of a fixture. Light the blue touch paper and stand well back!

More pyrotechnics can be expected at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea take on Manchester United. Although with United playing in a more cautious vein recently, the game could end up as either all ‘flash bang’ or simply peter out into a ‘damp squib’.

Premier League Sunday: The weekends ‘Firecracker Acca’, a £10 combi bet on Tottenham, Man City, Man Utd and Watford all to win gets you a sparkling £205.62!

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