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5 Premier League bets for you to consider this week

Can Papiss Cisse save Alan Pardew again?

Will Sterling come back from international duty with a goal?
Will Sterling come back from international duty with a goal?
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THE PREMIER LEAGUE  is back after a great international break from an Irish perspective and we have studied the form guide to bring you five bets to scan through before this weekend’s action.

As always, these bets are absolutely guaranteed to come through provided a large number of variables fall into place.

Raheem Sterling to score first vs QPR – 5/1

Sterling, like Daniel Sturridge a few months back, has been caught in a tug-of-war between club and country. He was rested vs Estonia because he was ‘tired’ but there is nothing better for tired legs than facing one of the worst teams in the league. The game is at Loftus Road, but Sterling probably feels a little pissed off at the criticism he’s gotten the last week so he might be even more aggressive than usual.

Both teams to score and Chelsea to beat Crystal Palace – 11/5

Chelsea are the form team in the league and despite going away to Selhurst Park you wouldn’t want to bet against them at the moment. But Neil Warnock’s side have scored eight goals in his first five games in charge so they could still find the net in a losing effort.

Man United to win and under 2.5 total goals away to West Brom – 7/2

Although, United’s defence has been pretty shaky so far this season, David DeGea’s form has been solid. You are basically betting that they keep a clean sheet here and either win 1-0 or 2-0 but this might be the week where they finally grind out an away win.

Newcastle to win and Papiss Cisse to score – 11/4

It seems the only man who wants Alan Pardew to stay is Papiss Cisse, with the striker scoring four goals in his last three games. Pardew’s side host Leicester tomorrow and the visitors could only manage a home draw with Burnley last time out. With Cisse in his current form, Pardew might buy himself a couple of more weeks.

Arsenal (home) to beat Hull, Man City (home) to beat Spurs, Liverpool (away) to beat QPR, Man United (away) to beat West Brom and Newcastle (home) to win/draw vs Leicester – 6/1

Five-folds are risky but……well actually, that’s all.

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