Manchester United to keep form going against Leicester, Salah to score
A look at the weekend's betting action -- and don't forget to check back next week for a look at our running total.
The Home Banker
They may have only played two league matches, but how good do Manchester United look? Intelligence, pace, physicality, this team looks to have it all. It's been a whirlwind start and they'll surely be confident of keeping the momentum going against Leicester City, the only team United put four past in a league match last season. You wouldn't bet against another stroll here, with Manchester United to win by more than goal on offer at 5/6.
The Tasty Treble
The pressure is building on Slaven Bilic after just two games and in one of those strange quirks of fate the boss he goes up against this weekend is the same manager being lined up to replace him, according to some media outlets. Rafa Benitez has hardly had a great time of it himself in August, with his Newcastle side losing three on the spin. They look destined for a winter of discontent and West Ham look a live 2/1 shot on Tyneside.
Elsewhere, Sunday's game between Chelsea and Everton looks set to produce goals so bet365 might be putting their heads on the chopping block by going 21/20 for both teams to score. Antonio Conte's team have yet to keep a clean sheet while Wayne Rooney has looked red hot since his return to Goodison.
And finally, Manchester City look good to record their second consecutive away win by beating Bournemouth. Pep Guardiola's side have so many options in attack and look too strong for a Cherries side still seeking their first Premier League point.
The Euro Wager
Barcelona and Atletico Madrid are involved in very winnable La Liga games away to Alaves and Las Palmas respectively this Saturday. A punt of the double is paying better than evens and looks a stonewall banker.
The Wildcard Tip
We may have had only two rounds of matches but we've already seen seven Premier League red cards this season and it could pay to punt on a dismissal in Sunday's clash between Tottenham and Burnley. Neither side have seen red yet but they've accumulated 10 yellow cards between them in four matches so far. Referee Lee Mason sent of Marko Arnautovic last weekend and could be set for another busy afternoon.
The Bookie Basher
Sunday's clash between Liverpool and Arsenal should be a cracker and Arsenal fans might be privately panicking about their trip to Anfield after the Reds blew Hoffenheim away with an incredible 20-minute salvo on Wednesday. It was vintage Liverpool and a passage of play that boss Jurgen Klopp later described as "a thunderstorm". They looked really fluid against the Germans and have the players to do a job on Arsenal here. Mohamed Salah, who has been excellent for the Reds so far, is an obvious goal threat and you can get 22/1 on him scoring anytime and Liverpool winning 3-1.