Premier League odds and betting tips

It might need three falls or a submission to produce a winner at Chelsea.

The Blues welcome Manchester United (4.30pm) in a Prem bout that could get TV punters wrestling the urge to switch over.

The reverse fixture was a 0-0 only really memorable for Harry Maguire demonstrating one of the late great Kendo Nagasaki’s brand of go-to moves on poor Cesar Azpilicueta.

The Tokyo Chokeyo. And in mid air too. No penalty given, mind – it’s old-school grapple-fan rules at Stockley Park.

New boss Thomas Tuchel is still establishing his grip on the Players’ Republic of Chelsea.

As a touchline dictator he doesn’t so much ‘kick every ball’ as squeeze it out like a gall stone. His yelps, whinnies, grins and gurns have improved the Blues defence, no question.

United’s ‘Big Six’ Premier League form hints at a tight one too – four 0-0s and a 1-0 defeat in their six games so far.

Punt the DRAW at 12/5 (Bet365) , and take ‘no goalscorer’ too at 10/1 (Fred).

The BBC moved fast to snap up the day’s most mouthwatering Prem clash, but got Fulham at Palace (12pm, BBC One) instead. The DRAW at 12/5 looks solid.

Fulham like a long shot, and defending them is an Eagles flaw. Take Ademola Lookman ‘first scorer’ at 7/1 (Bet365).

Try the standout 11/5 (Unibet) ‘penalty awarded in match’ when Leicester welcome Arsenal (12pm) .

And punt NO ‘both teams score’ at 10/11 (Fred) when Burnley go to Tottenham (2pm).

Mo Salah has banged in 24 goals already this season, but it’s almost like he’s doing it on the quiet. Liverpool ’s wider struggles have drowned him out.

With injuries piling up now for doomed Sheffield United, the Reds’ visit (7.15pm) feels a very different proposition to how it seemed eight days ago – and is starting to look a little bit more like a tap in.

Salah doesn’t miss many of those. He’s scored in 12 of his 18 ‘aways’ so far too. Bet ‘Salah scores and Liverpool win’ at 4/5 (Paddy).

In Spain, get on the DRAW at 21/10 when wobbling La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid visit stalemate kings Villarreal (8pm) .

Last week: Winners at Evs, Evs, 12/5 & 13/5

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