Top three bets for Saturday’s Premier League matches

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Updated: September 14, 2013
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Its a stunning afternoon of Premiership Football, so we have picked out three bets for punters to make a few quid on this super Saturday of soccer.

Manchester United v Crystal Palace 12:45 -  

United will be keen to banish a poor performance against Liverpool before the international break. That day United were out fought in midfield with Cleverly having an afternoon to forget. A certain fantastically coiffured Belgian will add some steel to United’s midfield today. Robin Van Persie looked forlorn and irradiated against Liverpool and who could blame him considering the lack of service he received. Expect United to get him more into game today especially with Kagawa likely to start instead of the injured Rooney.

Van Persie to score two or more goals at 9/4 with Boylesports

 

Stoke City v Manchester City 3:00 - 

Battle of the Cities at the Britannia this afternoon and Stoke might just give City a fright. Stoke are beginning to evolve their football under Mark Hughes but this will take time so don’t expect Tika Taka straight off the bat rather expect Stoke to be tough and the atmosphere to be loud. Man City are suffering with injuries the influence of Silva and assurance of Kompany missing today. Clichy, Richards and Demichelis are also out for Man City.

Stoke to win 2-1  14-1 with Boylesports.com

 

Tottenham v Norwich 3:00 -  

Tottenham will welcome Norwich City to the Lane and will be hoping that new boys Eriksen and Lamela can provide the guile that has so far been missing from the Spurs season. One man sure to welcome these creative talents is goal poacher supreme Roberto Soldado, already with 4 goals to his name this season, the Spaniard will be chomping at the bit to finish off the moves two of the brightest young talents in Europe create.

Roberto Soldado last to score 3/1 with Boylesports.com

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