NEWCASTLE V LEICESTER

Newcastle United is searching for its first victory of the campaign while Leicester already has three wins from their first six matches. Newcastle has beaten Leicester a total of 10 times in 22 Premier League fixtures, with seven of their victories coming from home. Leicester won on their previous trips to St. James’ park in Newcastle, notching up a remarkable three goals each time. Newcastle are yet to have a victory in this season’s Premier League, having two draws and four defeats as of now. Leicester has seven first-half goals so far this season, and the only team to concede more than Leicester’s seven this season is Huddersfield Town with eight first-half goals. The Magpies scored only two goals before the international break this season which makes them the third-lowest in the rank after the one goal of Southampton and Wolverhampton, though right now they moved up a place after their draw with Crystal Palace last Saturday.

Newcastle’s Salomon Rondon could miss the game after he was subbed at half-time following the 0-0 draw against Crystal palace. If so, Magpie striker Joselu is likely to start the match alone. Leicester’s new signing James Maddison started to find the net recently while Jamie Vardy is looking like a threat to this weekend’s match.

Catch the face-off between two top-ranked teams in the Premier League on Saturday, September 29, at the King Power St. James’ Park Stadium in Tyne, England, 15:00 (UTC/GMT).

Asian Handicap Betting Recommendation: Leicester DNB at 2.142

CHELSEA V LIVERPOOL 

Liverpool is looking to win their first seven games for this top-flight campaign after doing so way back in the 90s. Meanwhile, Chelsea is the only team to win their first seven Premier League fixtures back in season 2005-06. Liverpool has beaten Chelsea a total of 19 times in 52 Premier League fixtures but claimed only six victories from away meetings. Jurgen Klopp’s team are looking forward to making seven victories from as many fixtures in the league. Three of the last five league face-offs between Liverpool and Chelsea have ended on a 1-1 draw. On the other hand, Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea have completed a total of 4,519 passes in this year’s Premier League which is more than any other team in the league. Premier League champions Liverpool scored a total of 14 goals this season and hit the post five times.

Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud netted five goals during his six previous Premier League starts against Liverpool. Furthermore, Liverpool’s record of 14 league matches without a clean sheet against Chelsea is their longest run against a top-flight opponent since a 17 streak against Blackburn. In this match, Chelsea might claim its consecutive home Premier League victory against Liverpool for the first time since a run of three victories in October 2004 and September 2006.

Both teams are trying to make it to the top. Who do you think will win this match? Make sure to tune in to the exciting battle between these two title holders on Sunday, September 30, at the Stamford Bridge in London, England, 17:30 (UTC/GMT).

Asian Handicap Betting Recommendation: Liverpool DNB 1.870

CARDIFF V BURNLEY – 30th September Sunday       

Cardiff and Burnley will have their face-off in the Premier League for the first time since 1962. Burnley will kickoff this match following their first victory of the season last weekend. Meanwhile, Cardiff is still on the hunt for their and it looks like it’s going to be tough one matching up to a top-tier team in the Premier League such as Cardiff City. Moreover, Cardiff remains unbeaten in the 13 matches against Burnley in all competitions since a 2-0 loss at Turf Moor during their match last April 2007. Burnley, on the other hand, have never won a Premier League match at a promoted side, being beaten five times and drawing six of their 11 previous meetings.

However, they might stand a chance since Neil Warnock’s Cardiff is still winless in seven fixtures in all competitions this season. Burnley played a total of 471 long passes in the Premier League this season, more than any other teams. Burnley’s manager Sean Dyche has met Cardiff five times as the team’s manager in league competitions, however, all five meetings finished as draws.

Both teams are hoping to come out victorious in this year’s Premier League. Catch Cardiff and Burnley’s first ever face-off on Sunday, September 30, at the Cardiff City Stadium, 16:00 (UTC/GMT).

Asian Handicap Betting Recommendation: Burnley -0.25 at 2.630

*Prices are correct at the time of writing.

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