We’re back for another season of sure fire ways to win some money…maybe. After plenty of hits and misses last season, this week we tip goals at the King Power Stadium, a win to start the Olympic Stadium era for West Ham and Brazil to wrap up Olympic gold.
Brazil & Nigeria Olympic double
With Brazil flying past Honduras in the semi-finals they have every motivation to go out and get revenge on Germany, the side that beat them 7-1 in their own backyard two years ago.
Neymar especially will want to right the wrongs whilst the likes of Gabriel Jesus have been flying during the Olympics. If you fancy making a little extra cash, throw Nigeria into a little double if you think the African side will take home the bronze medal.
Best Odds: 2/1 (SkyBet)
Leicester vs Arsenal over 3.5 goals
Given Arsenal’s start to the season and their defence against the pace of Jamie Vardy and Ahmed Musa, you’d think there will be goals for the champions.
But Leicester’s season didn’t start as planned either and given there were seven goals in the corresponding fixture last season, over 3.5 goals looks a sure bet for Saturday evening’s entertainment.
Best Odds: 7/4 (Boyle Sports)
Juventus to win to Nil
The Old Lady have hit home their domination over Serie A this summer by signing key players from their two nearest rivals and it doesn’t look like their domestic stranglehold is going to stop anytime soon.
Fiorentina have lost several experienced defenders and despite a strong-ish attack, Juventus should be able to keep out Paulo Sousa’s side as they look to get their title defence off to the perfect start on Saturday.
Best Odds: 29/20 (Coral)
West Ham to win on Olympic debut
Despite a disappointing late loss at London rivals Chelsea on Monday night, Slaven Bilic’s side have every motivation to record their first win of the season when they walk out at the former Olympic Stadium for the first time in the Premier League this Sunday.
Bournemouth themselves looked relatively toothless in attack against Manchester United and the Hammers should have the added bonus of welcoming back Dimitri Payet to the starting eleven.
Best Odds: 10/11 (BetVictor)
Norwich to win the derby
Norwich are yet to lose in the opening three games of the season whilst Ipswich are yet to record a win. The Canaries have taken to life back in the Championship with ease and were in quite superb form on the opening day at Blackburn two weeks ago.
With confidence high and Mick McCarthy’s side struggling, Norwich look a tempting prospect to sneak a victory when the two sides meet for the first time in over a year on Sunday afternoon.
Best Odds: 5/4 (William Hill)