Chelsea, Arsenal and Southampton all to win at 9/4 in Coral treble
Coral are offering a boosted price of 9/4 on these odds-on favourites in their respective Premier League matches Chelsea, Arsenal and Southampton all to win.
Jose Mourinho’s league leaders travel the short distance to fellow Londoners Crystal Palace, the Gunners host Hull City and the Saints welcome Sunderland in Saturday afternoon action.
Crystal Palace v Chelsea
The Blues have won seven of their 10 games against the Eagles in the Premier League era, losing only once, which is why they are heavily odds-on at 2/5 to win again.
Chelsea currently sit firmly on top of the table this term by five points after just seven matches, following their unbeaten start to the season, and are therefore whopping 1/2 chances to claim the title.
For goals, back superstar Spain striker Diego Costa, who has scored an incredible nine already from seven league fixtures, and comes into this game on the back of striking his first for his nation. The 26-year-old is odds-on at 4/5 to net anytime, and 7/2 for two or more.
Arsenal v Hull
The last time these two sides met was in last season’s trilling FA Cup final, with the Gunners snatching their 11th title. That victory meant that Arsenal have won each of their last seven games in all competitions against the Tigers, which is why they are odds-on favourites to beat them again at 4/11.
Spanish attacker Santi Cazorla crucially got the Gunners’ opening goal in that final last term, and he is in 8/1 chance to score the first of the match this time around, or 11/4 in the anytime market. In-form Danny Welbeck, meanwhile, is evens to net anytime.
Southampton v Sunderland
The Saints have enjoyed a terrific start to the campaign, and have won four of their last five Premier League games. Southampton are, therefore, odds-on at 4/7 to continue their fine form and beat Sunderland, who have managed just one victory all term.
Ronald Koeman can count on new star striker Graziano Pelle, who has netted five times in all competitions this season so far. The Italian also recently scored the sole goal for his country in the recent Euro 2016 qualifier against Malta. Pelle is 6/5 to strike again anytime here and 9/2 to net first.