Saturday 3PM Premier League Acca

Leicester City are flying right now, and Brendan Rodgers is going to be skeptical, while they will be keen to continue their bill deep into the Premier League’s top ten.
The Foxes are still favourites, however Albion have only failed to score once at home in all contests (against Southampton when they had a man sent off after 30 minutes), whereas Rodgers’ side have conceded in four of their six on the street — though they have enrolled shut-outs in their past two.
Both teams score does seem a good bet here, Even with Maty Ryan and Kasper Schmeichel keeping nine clean sheets between them. Albion are powerful, and will create opportunities, but Leicester are only imperious nowadays, and I can’t see them firing a sterile.
In Arsenal, I am also throwing In 9/5 to beat Southampton and the two teams .
For all of the hysteria amongst Gunners fans, they’ve still never lost a single match at home this season–winning five of the past seven–and if they’re not top four material, they need to still beat a Southampton side that was woeful.
However, I have thrown into the BTTS aspect due to the Saints’ improved proficiency on the road compared to at St. Mary’s.
Southampton have scored in each away game since the opening day–including trips to Spurs and Manchester City–so they’re definitely more appropriate for playing without the ball, while they don’t have nearly enough quality to beat Arsenal, there’s a very good chance they can find the net from a side who’ve retained just two clean sheets — just as many as the Saints!
Since they a price in my view — I’ve got Liverpool beating Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
The guys of jurgen Klopp are a juggernaut who seem at this time, and despite the Eagles often causing the big boys problems, this is.
Liverpool have won their last five matches against Palace–as well as their last five at Selhurst–and contemplating they, right now, are probably the best football team on Earth, you would be courageous to bet against precisely the outcome that time.
Roy Hodgson’s guys have just a single point from their four Premier League games, and things are not likely to get any more easy on Saturday.

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