- Chris sobey
On Saturday there are eight Premier League fixtures to wet the betting appetite and the big game is the lunchtime kick-off between Chelsea and Arsenal at the Bridge. Chelsea are favourites to collect all three points and based on previous corresponding fixtures they should do so and extend their league at the top of the Premier League.
The other fixture of interest is the relegation six-pointer between third from bottom Crystal Palace and bottom of the league Sunderland at Selhurst Park and this will be the first time Palace manager Sam Allardyce faces his former club since leaving to manage England. Games of this nature are usually hard fought close affairs and as both teams lose more than they win it’s a tough result to call, but at the prices i’m opposing Palace either on the handicap or exchanges.