Bet on Premier League this weekend!

Premier League is back after Fifa World Cup Qualifying Matches. Will Di Matteo’s great start to the season continue in this London derby against Queens Park Rangers?

At Saturday 18th August 2012/13 Barclays Premier League season has started. So far, Chelsea with 9 points is on top of the table. With only 2 points less, there are Swansea, Manchester City and West Bromwich Albion. After playing three impressive matches with Liverpool, Spurs and Everton, West Brom has been in an excellent form from the beginning of 2012/13 season.

When it comes to Premier League Champions, Man City, in next 7 gameweeks there are no difficult fixtures, apart from the one with Arsenal in Gameweek 5. Another club, that has made an eye-popping start in this year’s fixtures is Everton. Fans were used to their poor early results, but they have won 2 matches so far, including impressive victory over Manchester United.

Liverpool has scored only one point in three previous matches, which is a big surprise for all Premier League fans. On 15th September the club will have the opportunity to change their situation and face Sunderland. Southampton, which has scored no points so far, will have a hard task and play with Arsenal. Manchester City will have rather easy fixture with Wigan Athletic.

One of the most interesting matches of Gameweek 4 will be Queen Park Rangers fighting Chelsea. This fixture will definitely be one of the most challenging for QPR, whose new players will have quite difficult settling in period. Over the next few gameweeks, Norwich, Reading and Sunderland should also be followed by all football fans,as they have some testing fixtures planned.

Our Gameweek 4 predictions:

QPR – Chelsea | type: Cards over 5.5 | 6/5 (2.2) (odds from bet365)

Fulham – West Bromwich | type: 1 | 1/1 (2.0) (odds from bet770)

Sunderland – Liverpool | type: 2 | 6/5 (2.2) (odds from bet365)


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