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 By Derek Bilton

Tottenham tipped to win; Arsenal, Man City also expected to be victorious

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Arsenal completely controlled proceedings against a somewhat lacklustre Chelsea side.

Tottenham are fancied to get their first win of the group stage while Arsenal and Man City are tipped for comfortable wins. Here are the best bets this week.

Tottenham tipped for victory

After a 2-1 reverse at home to Monaco in their opening game, Tottenham will be hoping to get some points on the board in the Champions League with a win in Russia on Tuesday night. Spurs face CSKA Moscow and boss Mauricio Pochettinho knows this is a fixture his side simply cannot afford to lose.

To be fair to the...

 By Derek Bilton

Marcus Rashford tipped to strike against champions Leicester City

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Wayne Rooney should be dropped at Manchester United.

The weekend Premier League action kicks off on Saturday with a tasty encounter between Manchester United and reigning champions Leicester City

Rashford on target?

Jose Mourinho enjoyed a comfortable start to life at Old Trafford after taking nine points from three games but it has been a testing few weeks and back-to-back league defeats have pushed their title odds out to 14/1.

A growing number of United fans have been calling for the manager to ditch Wayne Rooney in a bid to make better use of...

 By Derek Bilton

Jose Mourinho looks to EFL Cup to get faltering United back on track

The ESPN FC crew look at whether Jose Mourinho has lost his aura.

There are some attractive EFL Cup fixtures this week and the third round draw has thrown up several matches worth keeping a close eye on from a betting perspective.

Both to score as Forest face Arsenal

Ordinarily Nottingham Forest might represent a spot of value at 11/2 with bet365 at home to an Arsenal side who are sure to ring the changes. The Gunners have won their last three Premier League games and also started their Champions League campaign with a battling point after a 1-1 draw...

 By Derek Bilton

Philippe Coutinho and Romelu Lukaku's Merseyside delight

A look ahead to the weekend's action, starting with a tasty encounter at Stamford Bridge ...

Coutinho to trouble Chelsea

There's a new dawn breaking at Stamford Bridge, where on Friday night Chelsea will look to make it three home wins on the spin in the league when they face Liverpool.

During their abject title defence last season, Chelsea managed to win just five of 19 Premier League games at home so the early signs are good for new boss Antonio Conte, who will be looking for a positive response...

 By Derek Bilton

Expect goals in PSG vs. Arsenal, Leicester to begin UCL with a bang

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes looks ahead to the Champions League group stage.

Can Arsenal win in Paris? How will Leicester fare in their first foray into the Champions League? Here's the best bets this week.

Plenty of goals in Paris

The Champions League group stages get underway this week with some truly eye-catching fixtures, and one of the most intriguing sees Arsenal travel to Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday evening. PSG are 10/11 favourites with bet365 to record a victory, despite a stuttering start to their Ligue 1 campaign.

The Parisian giants reigned supreme...

 By Derek Bilton

United favourites for Manchester derby; goals in Liverpool vs. Leicester

ESPN FC's Joao Castelo-Branco chats with Man City midfielder Fernandinho about Saturday's Manchester derby and Pep Guardiola's impact.

The Premier League season may only be a few weeks old but there is already talk among some of the more excitable pundits that Saturday's Manchester derby is an official title decider in all but name.

That's nonsense of course. No championships were ever won in September. That said, if either United or City were to emerge with three points from their Old Trafford showdown they would be instantly chalked up as title favourites by bookmakers everywhere.

All the talk beforehand has been about the two...