The Premier League returns this weekend following the international break, with plenty of exciting games on the fixture list.
Manchester United v Crystal Palace (Saturday)
It’s been a mixed start to the new era at Manchester United, with them winning just one of their league games so far under the guidance of David Moyes.
A solid performance from Liverpool held out United last time out and they’ll be looking to fight back in the capital this weekend against Ian Holloway’s Crystal Palace.
Palace recorded their first win since their return to the top level a fortnight ago as they defeated Sunderland 3-1 but they have never beaten Manchester United in their past eight Premier League meetings.
United, who could field recent signing Marouane Fellaini for the first time, are favourites to take the three points, with Paddy Power providing the best odds at 2/9. The best odds on a Palace win are with Bet 365 who are offering odds of 16/1.
The game is live on Saturday lunchtime from 12:45pm on BT Sport 1.
Everton v Chelsea (Saturday)
Everton, who have drawn all three of their Premier League games so far, host second-placed Chelsea in the Sunday tea-time game.
It’s Chelsea’s first game in the league since their 0-0 draw with Manchester United on August 26th following their involvement in the Super Cup and Jose Mourinho could hand Samuel Eto’o his debut for the blues.
The Toffees could give recent signings James McCarthy and Gareth Barry their debuts in the game although loan signing Romelu Lukaku will not feature as he is ineligible to play against his parent team.
Chelsea have only won one of their last five games at Goodison Park but are favourites to win this meeting, with Bet Victor providing the best odds of 11/8. Ladbrokes offer the best price on an Everton win at 12/5.
The game is live on Sky Sports 1 from 5:30pm.
Swansea v Liverpool (Monday)
The Monday night game sees Brendan Rogers return to his old hunting ground as he takes his Liverpool side to South Wales to face Swansea.
The Reds have made a superb start to the campaign, winning all three of their games, with the cherry on the cake being the win over old rivals Manchester United a few weeks ago.
But the key player in Liverpool’s excellent run is striker Daniel Sturridge who has scored three in three but he faces a late fitness test after missing England’s games last week.
The game is live on Monday evening from 8pm on Sky Sports 1.
There’s also another six games taking place at 3pm on Saturday afternoon, the picks being Stoke City v Manchester City, Sunderland v Arsenal and Tottenham v Norwich. There’s also a live TV game on Sunday afternoon as Southampton host West Ham, which is live on Sky Sports 1 from 4pm.
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