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Premier League Preview: Super Sunday

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Three Premier League fixtures coming up on this Super Sunday and we’ve compiled a brief preview for each of them.

Wolves vs Tottenham

It’s a humdinger at the Molineux Stadium where Wolves will look to continue their unbeaten run.

The Black Cats haven’t tasted defeat in 11 league encounters – Wolves’ longest unbeaten run in the top flight since 1962. The hosts have an excellent record against the ‘Big Six’ as well, beating Spurs 3-1 away from home last season.

Tottenham were back to their resilient best last weekend, smashing Burnley 5-0. Son, Alli and Kane have all looked sharp in front of goal under Jose Mourinho and will cause the Wolves backline serious problems. Defensively, there’s still a few issues that needs to be solved.

The Home Totals – Over 1.5 Goals – looks the best bet here at 7/4.

Manchester United vs Everton

After two outstanding wins over Tottenham and Manchester City, United now find themselves in fifth position – five points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.

They’re certainly a team on the rise again and doubts over Solskjaer’s future in Manchester have been muted (for the time being).

The new-manager-bounce couldn’t have kicked in at a better time for Everton after Duncan Ferguson won his first game as interim boss, beating Chelsea 3-1.

The Toffees were unbelievable and another performance like that could be enough to cause a further upset here. It’s going to be one of the ties of the weekend, and just like they performed against Chelsea, I’m expecting Everton to come out at Old Trafford with the same tenacity.

It may seem odd given the timing of Manchester United’s recent victories but I’m putting my neck out and predicting a share of the spoils.

Arsenal vs Man City

The Citizens have bullied the north London side in recent seasons, winning each of the last five meetings in all competitions, but the Gunners will be hoping that losing streak ends there.

Beating Pep Guardiola’s team will be difficult but with Arsenal desperate to end their City hoodoo, the game played at the Emirates and Freddie Ljungberg looking to win over the doubters, it should make for a fascinating game.

Truthfully, I can’t see anything other than an away win. Guardiola’s side have too much firepower for the North Londoners. For extra value, I suggest backing a City Win & Both Teams to Score at 23/20.

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