Bet Round Table: Let’s win some week 2 money


By Tojitseju Williams, Ikechukwu Chukwu and Samuel Omaenikun
Last week we got 7 right out of a possible 10, here are our picks for this weekend.
Premier League Fixtures: Week 2
Manchester United vs. Southampton
Manchester united have failed to beat Southampton at Old Trafford since 2013, losing to the south-coast club 1-0 in both of the last two seasons and drawing 1-1 in 2013-14.
Mourinho would be looking to change that, slim victory for united.
Stoke City vs. Manchester City
Man city should win this match but to be on the safe side over 2.5 or both team to scores looks safe.
Burnley vs. Liverpool
Liverpool have hit the ground running but you can’t be too sure considering their amount of inconsistency over 2.5 is a good gamble or a Liverpool win.
Swansea City vs. Hull City   
The Swans have lost key men but last week they got the job done. Hull went against all odds and beat champions Leicester last weekend. To be safe a double chance on Swansea.
Tottenham Hotspur vs. Crystal Palace    
Tottenham victory, Palace have no fire power and Tottenham need to get their season on track.
Watford vs. Chelsea    
Very slim victory for Chelsea, by expect lots of scare from the hornet’s.
West Bromwich Albion vs. Everton
West Brom are difficult to break down, and Everton have not gotten their Groove on, difficult game to predict but looks like a draw match a double chance on West Bromwich Albion
Leicester City vs. Arsenal      
Both teams lost last time out. Back to back defeats will be a disaster to both sides. Terrible defending on both sides not forgetting that Arsenal were the only team to do the double over Leicester last season.
Arsenal should win but to be safe both teams to score.
Sunderland vs. Middlesbrough      
Sunderland will be feeling hard done after Paddy McNair’s own goal cost them a point against City, Middlebrough look ready for business. A draw game double chance on Sunderland
West Ham United vs. Bournemouth        
Westham desperately needs to get back to winning ways and Bournemouth didn’t show enough fight again United. West Ham to win.
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