Man City host Norwich, Arsenal at Swansea & Man Utd visit Eagles


Matt Haynes | October 30, 2015

Manchester City v Norwich City

  • Premier League
  • Saturday, October 30th
  • Kick-off: 15:00 BST
  • Etihad Stadium

City to ensure Norwich don’t sing like Canaries

Manchester City are heavily odds-on at 1/4 with Coral to continue their fantastic form against East Anglia outfit Norwich City after a 5-1 victory over Crystal Palace in the Capital One Cup last time out.

Wilfried Bony appears to be relishing Sergio Aguero’s absence from the squad through injury, having dispatched three times in his last three matches, including first in midweek.

To break the deadlock, he is 10/3 and his signing in January looks to have been a smart piece of business. Norwich have not won in five matches and are still reeling from the 6-2 thrashing by Newcastle United two weeks ago. Fans may take comfort in Nathan Redmond’s 5/1 anytime scorer price, while Dieumerci Mbokani who has shown he is handy in front of goal, is 7/2 in the same market.

However, this could be another goal glut for City and with the likes of Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne and Yaya Toure all in a scoring mood currently, their 4/1, 5/1 and 6/1 respective first scorer prices could all be worth a punt. Having netted five goals twice in four matches, odds of 13/2 to net over 4.5 makes for a great bet.

Arsenal v Swansea

  • Premier League
  • Saturday, October 30th
  • Kick-off: 15:00
  • Emirates Stadium

Top Guns game for Swansea visit with first place in sight

This is not an easy match for Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal. The Gunners haven’t beaten Swansea in three attempts and lost home and away last term.

Odds-on at 4/7 to win the match, this is a price which reflects current form which sees Wenger’s men second in the Premier League only on goal-difference, though the Frenchman will be hoping for a much better showing than last time in the Capital One Cup when they lost 3-0 away to Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.

Olivier Giroud dispatched last time out in the Premier League when Arsenal won 2-1 at home to Everton. The centre forward is 4/1 to break the deadlock at the Liberty Stadium, while Chilean Alexis Sanchez is 5/1 to bag a brace or more.

Last term, Bafetimbi Gomis scored in both matches against the north London outfit and is 15/8 to net anytime, while Gylfi Sigurdsson who also dispatched is 5/1 in the same market. Mesut Ozil, meanwhile has been in magical form recently and his odds of 7/4 in the anytime market to net for the visitors are definitely worth considering.

Crystal Palace v Manchester United

  • Premier League
  • Saturday, October 30th
  • Kick-off: 15:00
  • Selhurst Park

Red Devils hope for Hocus Pocus where Eagles Dare

Manchester United are odds-on at 20/23 to beat Crystal Palace and will be hoping to bounce back after a penalty defeat to Middlesbrough last time out in the Capital One Cup.

While they were encouraging in the derby against fierce rivals City previously in the Premier League, Louis van Gaal’s will take confidence from the fact that last time they played away from home, his side emerged from Goodison Park with a 3-0 win.

Wayne Rooney was on the scoresheet on that occasion and the captain is worth a punt at 7/4 in the anytime market, while Anthony Martial who netted on the road last time out on the road; a Champions League match against CSKA Moscow is 11/2 to break the deadlock.

Alan Pardew’s side, meanwhile have lost their last three matches and will be hoping to put that right. Yohan Cabaye has been a consistent scorer for the Eagles this term, also showing ability from the penalty spot and is 7/2 in the anytime market.


Check out what else is trending in the Premier League now ahead of the weekend!

Coral’s top tip: Considering Manchester City’s excellent form, we think that 13/2 for them to score more than 4.5 goals against a leaky Norwich defence is a great price

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