Sunday Premier League Preview

Super Sunday returns with two intriguing looking encounters.

The opening game of the day sees Burnley host pointless Crystal Palace, with all the pressure on Eagles boss Frank De Boer.

The Dutchman is understood to be on the brink of the sack at Selhurst Park after three defeats in his opening three games, and a fourth at Turf Moor will finalise his fate.

Newcastle travel to Swansea City – with both teams looking for back to back wins.

See below for a run-down on the games, including predictions from former England, Crystal Palace and Tottenham midfielder and columnist Andy Gray and our own Football Insider Graeme Bailey  together with everything you need to know from the bookies – with Ladbrokes’s Alex Apati.

Football INDEX is a stockmarket game where players, known as Traders, take a position on the “future success” of footballers with real money – CLICK HERE to play and start winning, and take advantage of your £20 cashback only with TheGamblingTimes.

Burnley 13:30 Crystal Palace
Turf Moor

TEAM NEWS: Yohan Cabaye and Ruben Loftus-Cheek could return for Palace but Wilfried Zaha, James Tomkins and new signing Mamadou Sakho are out. Dean Marney is out for Burnley whilst Jeff Hendrick is a major doubt.
KEY FACT: Crystal Palace are yet to score a goal this season
MATCH ODDS: Burnley 5/4 Draw 21/10 Palace 23/10
ANDY SAYS: I can see my old team getting their first win for Frank De Boer…1-2
GRAEME SAYS: I haven’t seen anything from Palace to suggest they can win, so draw for me…1-1
I think Palace will grab their first win just when they need it…1-2
LADBROKES PICK: Palace to win @23/10
FOOTBALLIndex – One to follow: Chris Wood at 54p, worth a go surely?

Swansea 16:00 Newcastle
Liberty Stadium

TEAM NEWS: Florian Lejeune and DeAndre Yedlin could return for Newcastle but Chancel Mbemba is out. Kyle Bartley, Nathan Dyer and Sung-Yueng Ki are all out whilst Leon Britton and Jordan Ayew are doubts. Renato Sanches and Wilfried Bony could be handed their debuts.
KEY FACT: Swansea have won three of their last four home Premier League matches against Newcastle
MATCH ODDS: Swansea 27/20 Draw 11/5 Newcastle 21/10
ANDY SAYS: Swansea for me, can see them just edging this one…1-0
GRAEME SAYS: Swansea have impressed me more than Newcastle so will go with them, but close…2-1 
Think Newcastle will just about have enough to get something…1-1
LADBROKES PICK: Over 2.5 goals at @11/10
FOOTBALLIndex – One to follow: Wilfried Bony – if he can repeat that form he looks a bargain

Related Posts

This website is strictly for over 18’s. If you do have any concerns about gambling please contact GambleAware
© 2023 The Gambling Times. All rights reserved.