Norwich beat Manchester City last weekend in one of the Premier League’s biggest ever shocks. It has left Liverpool five points clear at the top of the table. Down the other end, Watford denied Arsenal at Vicarage Road. But still sit rooted to the bottom of the table, with Wolverhampton Wanderers and Newcastle also down there.
It’s safe to say it was an exciting return from the international break. With another weekend of Premier League fixtures to come, it’s sure to be another exciting few days of action. Here we give you BonusCodeBets ambassador John Barnes’ predictions. To see the premier league betting offers click here!
Southampton v Bournemouth
Derby fever sweeps the south coast this weekend as Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth make the relatively short trip to face Southampton at St Mary’s Stadium in the Friday night clash.
It could prove to be a nervy affair for the hosts having failed to win any of their previous four games in front of their own fans. However, they have faced Liverpool and Manchester United this season.
Bournemouth themselves haven’t enjoyed all that much luck on the road in recent times, winning just three of their previous 16 games on the road. They have also conceded 12 in four matches.
John Barnes’ Prediction: Southampton 2-2 Bournemouth
The Bonus Code Bets ambassador predicts thinks the hosts will have to settle for a point.
Leicester v Tottenham
Only goal difference separates Leicester and Tottenham as they prepare to go head-to-head this weekend. But it’s the Foxes that are likely to be happier with their start to the new season.
Brendan Rodgers’ side earned a good point away against Chelsea before the international break and have also secured maximum points against Sheffield United and Bournemouth.
Tottenham have also secured some decent results, drawing away against both Manchester City and Arsenal. However, they let themselves down when losing at home to lowly Newcastle.
John Barnes’ Prediction: Leicester 1-1 Tottenham
The Bonus Code Bets ambassador thinks the Foxes can grab a point at home.
West Ham v Manchester United
Hosts West Ham missed the chance to go third on Monday night when denied by Aston Villa at Villa Park, with both sides forced to settle for a share of the spoils following a goalless draw.
Arthur Masuaku was harshly sent off for the Hammers by Mike Dean and will be missing on Sunday as Manchester United arrive at the London Stadium looking for their first away win in six league games.
The Red Devils have stuttered to 1-1 draws against Wolverhampton Wanderers and Southampton already this season and ended last season with three defeats against Wolves, Everton and Arsenal.
John Barnes’ Prediction: West Ham 1-2 Manchester United
The Bonus Code Bets ambassador is expecting United to come away with all three points.
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