THERE'S a real chance of four home wins in the Premier League on Saturday and that pays 4-1 at McBookie.

Three of the sides started impressively last weekend – Arsenal, Everton and Leeds – while Man United weren't in action.

I tipped the Gunners to win well at Fulham and they kicked off the season in fine style with a 3-0 success days before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as expected signed a new deal.

Next up for Mikel Arteta's men is a home meeting with West Ham who put boss David Moyes under immediate pressure by losing at home too Newcastle.

The Hammers looked toothless and while Arsenal are just 3-5 to win I'm on them to cover the -1 handicap at 6-4 with betfair. Skipper Aubameyang netted last week and can strike first at 13-5 with Unibet.

Everton notched the best result of the weekend last week with a 1-0 win at Spurs and look an improved unit.

Their new-look midfield, including James Rodriguez, can overpower a West Brom side blown away by Leicester first time out.

The Toffees are fine on accas at 8-15 with McBookie but again there's every chance of them winning by at least two at 6-4 with Betfred.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin struck a fine winner and looked dangerous against Spurs and is 9-2 at bet365 to again break the deadlock.

Leeds lost 4-3 at Liverpool in what was one of the best week one openers in the history of the Premier League.

It was a fantastic spectacle and despite losing the Elland Road men showed why many experts are tipping them for a top-10 finish.

England new boy Kalvin Phillips looked a class act and Marcelo Bielsa has put together a confident squad.

They are 8-13 with McBookie at home to a Fulham side they beat 3-0 at Elland Road in the Championship last season.

Man United kick off their campaign at home to a Crystal Palace side who picked up a welcome three points against Southampton last week.

United finished the season superbly to nab a Champions League place and hopes are high this season. They are just 1-3 at McBookie to win.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men never looked back after signing Bruno Fernandes and the penalty expert is 13-10 to make his mark with a goal.

There are another four top-flight games on Sunday and best bets could be Newcastle at home to Brighton.

Steve Bruce's side, boosted in the last week by goals from new signings Callum Wilson, Jeff Hendrick and Ryan Fraser, look in better shape than Brighton who were well beaten by Chelsea.

Wilson netted the opener at West Ham and is the striker they've been missing according to club legend Alan Shearer.

Newcastle look decent value at 13-8 with Betfred and Wilson is 11-2 at boylesports to score first on his home debut.

Biggest game of the weekend is Chelsea vs Liverpool and after seeing the way the champions defended against Leeds you have to fancy goals galore.

Tough to pick a winner here but both teams to score should feature on any accas at 8-15 with bet365.

Leicester had a disastrous finish to the season but started well at West Brom last week and are 8-13 with McBookie at home to Burnley.

To make it a treble I've added Aberdeen to btts at Chelsea and Leicester. The Dons are in form and should see off a Motherwell side who struggled past Coleraine in the Europa League.

Super Single

  • Newcastle (Sun, 2pm)
  • (13-8, McBookie)

Top Treble

  • Everton (12.30pm)
  • Leeds (3pm)
  • Arsenal (8pm)
  • (3-1, McBookie)

Sunday Special

  • Chelsea vs Liverpool btts (4.30pm)
  • Leicester (7pm)
  • Aberdeen (3pm)
  • (37-10, Betway)
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