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August 20, 2021

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BoyleSports ambassador Natalie Sawyer has also delivered her verdicts for this week's action – and thinks it could be another painful week for Arsenal.

Liverpool v Burnley

Burnley have a decent recent record at Anfield having lost only one of their last four there, but it was a resounding win for Liverpool against Norwich and it all points to a home win, especially with the Anfield crowd behind them.

I think it’ll be tough because they have found it difficult to break Burnley down, so I’m not expecting a 3-0 or 4-0. But I still think they’ll come through and with the front three already gelling for Liverpool, I think a 2-0 home win is the most likely result.

Liverpool 2-0 @ 5/1

Crystal Palace v Brentford

I believe we can cause problems at Selhurst Park. It’s not the easiest place to go, but there is good momentum behind Brentford and Thomas Frank can inspire them to a good result.

I do think both teams will score, but I’m going with my heart for a 2-1 Brentford win. Bryan Mbuemo had a great night against Arsenal, he caused loads of problems getting in behind, so he’s someone to look out for.

Brentford to win and both teams to score @ 5/1

Leeds v Everton

I was bemused by Leeds at Old Trafford, the amount of space they allowed the Manchester United midfielders in particular, that man-to-man system really fell down. When that doesn’t work for Leeds, it’s a real problem because it creates so much space for the opposition.

The way that Everton bounced back against Southampton was really impressive. Richarlison moved into a more central position in the second half and he could be instrumental again, so I think they can come away with a score draw.

Both teams to score and draw @ 16/5

Wolves v Tottenham

I think it’s going to be a tough afternoon for Wolves. I know Bruno Lage has spoken about a more attacking approach, but this is a very difficult game for them.

After Manchester City’s defeat I think they will be going all out for Harry Kane. He’s made it quite clear he wants to leave and it’ll be very interesting how that plays out. But Spurs are coming into this game with so much momentum after that cracking win and we know about the pace of Lucas Moura and Son as well. I think it’ll be comfortable for them.

Wolves 0-2 Tottenham @ 9/1

Southampton v Manchester United

Southampton’s form towards the end of last season was relegation form, it was only their good start that saved them really. I don’t see much threat in the Southampton side especially against a Man United side who are going to be purring after that fantastic win over Leeds.

It was such a convincing display and Bruno Fernandes was unplayable at times. When Paul Pogba is on fire United just flow beautifully and someone like Fernandes can bring his form of last week into this one too.

Mason Greenwood is some talent and it’s a bit of a shame we didn’t see him at the Euros. If you play the right ball into him, he will be a devastating force. This could be a comfortable one for the visitors.

Southampton 0-3 Manchester United @ 12/1

Arsenal v Chelsea

Mikel Arteta will have worked all week to make sure Arsenal put in a better performance than they did against Brentford, but I can’t see where it’s coming from and I think they are in for a tricky afternoon. It feels harsh to judge someone so early on, but taking into account Arteta’s tenure so far, the pressure is on the manager.

Ivan Toney bullied Arsenal’s centre backs White and Mari last Friday night, so if you put someone like Romelu Lukaku in the mix, he could have a field day. Timo Werner had a number of chances against Crystal Palace and wasn’t able to put them away and you’d expect Lukaku to take some of them, so it's a salivating prospect for Chelsea fans if he plays.

Lukaku to score & Chelsea to win @ 13/8

West Ham v Leicester

I think Said Benrahma is going to have a cracking season for West Ham and he got off to a great start getting on the scoresheet at St. James’ Park. He’s a player I know from his Brentford days and as much as I love Ollie Watkins, it was Benrahma we missed the most when they left. He has that flair and trickery and he’s had a season to bed in now.

You could get goals here such is the exciting way both sides play. West Ham fought back against Newcastle to score four and Jamie Vardy is evergreen, his movement is still sensational. It’s an intriguing game and very hard to call, which is why I’m going for a score draw.

West Ham 2-2 Leicester @ 11/1


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