There are four games – Tottenham vs Crystal Palace, Manchester City vs Arsenal and Chelsea vs Manchester United, with Everton vs Watford if you are feeling particularly masochistic.
The first three are all televised, so why not treat yourself to a day in front of the telly and have a few flutters. Here’s a helping hand with the pick of this Sunday’s Premier League betting tips:
Tottenham vs Crystal Palace (Sunday, 12pm)
Tottenham once again proved what an outstanding outfit they are now under Mauricio Pochettino in the 3-1 win over Real Madrid in midweek, but they seem like the kind of side that doesn’t rest on their laurels and give a poor performance immediately after.
The Wembley hoodoo is a thing of the past too – they’ve hammered Real and Liverpool in their last pair of starts at their temporary home, so assuming all their key men are fit and firing they should enjoy a rather comfortable afternoon against the low-flying Eagles.
As mentioned earlier, Crystal Palace played very well against West Ham, although you do wonder how much of that is to do with the Hammers’ malaise at the moment.
As we saw in Palace’s two heavy defeats against the Manchester sides, they do tend to struggle against elite opposition.
Tottenham to Win to Nil (11/10 with bet365)
Manchester City vs Arsenal (Sunday, 2:15pm)
You do wonder who can stop this Manchester City juggernaut at present. They overcame their latest obstacle in midweek, coming back from a goal down to beat Napoli, and their attacking vibrancy is simply relentless.
Mind you, Arsenal come into this one in decent form with four league wins from five starts, and while we would expect City to win the Gunners will give it a good go on Sunday.
There is no statistical input for this selection, it just feels like a logical selection and at a lengthy price, too.
Both Teams to Score in Second Half (6/4 with William Hill)
Chelsea vs Manchester United (Sunday, 4pm)
Super Sunday is headlined by the ‘Jose Mourinho derby’, and you would argue that his current employer is in better shape than his former at this moment in time.
United got lucky, to some extent, against Tottenham last week. Spurs were without Harry Kane, which naturally helped the Red Devils’ cause, and their winner came courtesy of a bizarre 1970s style route one goal that you wouldn’t have expected Tottenham to concede.
Nevertheless, Mourinho’s men are in a good place at the moment, and they will have no fear of a trip to Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea on the other hand, are struggling. They squeaked past Watford, won by a solitary goal against a poor Bournemouth side, and were then thumped 0-3 at Roma on Tuesday in one of their worst defensive displays in years.
N’Golo Kante may return from injury, but even the outstanding Frenchman may struggle to rouse his teammates from their slumber.
Manchester United Draw No Bet (11/10 with Betfred)