There are 4 games in the Premier League today so lets see what Boylesports.com have to offer the willing punter.
The early kick off sees Arsenal welcome Stoke to the Emirates coming off the back of an excellent mid week win away in Europe to Marseille. On the score sheet that night was one Aaron Ramsey who has made a Lazarus type resurrection. A target for the Arsenal boo boys last season Ramsey has started this year like the player Arsenal fought off Man Utd to sign from Cardiff. Boylesports have Ramsey at 7/1 to score the first goal.
Crystal Palace welcome Swansea to Selhurst Park in what may turn out to be another tough day for the Eagles. Palace held Manchester United to scoring from dead ball situations last time out and will be looking to add to their 3 points.Swansea were excellent putting Valencia to the sword on Thursday night and benefitted by not having to play against 11 men for most of the game. They should have too much for Palace today. Boylesports.com have Swans 11/2 to win by exactly 2 goals.
The first of the 4 o’clock kick offs sees Cardiff welcome Tottenham to the Welsh capital. Cardiff have started this season more steady than spectacular the highlight taking 3 points off Man City at home. Spurs had what amounted to a training game against Tromso on Thursday night and will be looking to return to the top with a win here. Dane Christian Eriksen looks like one of those players that makes the Premier League look effortless. Boylesports.com have him at 8/1 to give the first assist.
The big game of the day is the Manchester derby which sees derby debuts for both managers. Moyes’ first big tests against Chelsea and Liverpool ended win a draw and a disappointing loss. United since have added the steel of Fellaini and have Rooney in rampaging form. City were poor last time out against Stoke but played much better midweek to get off to a good start in the Champions League. There is nothing to separate these teams in the table and the may well be how this game ends. Boylesports.com have Rooney at 7/1 to score first.