Every week, Southampton’s legend Matt Le Tissier will bring you his top 3 picks of the Premier League
Norwich vs. Leeds
It’s now or never for Leeds… People say Leeds are suffering from second-season syndrome after
finishing ninth last season. It was a superb season for Patrick Bamford who surprised everyone with 17
goals scored in 38 games while Stuart Dallas and Jack Harrison netted 16 between them. Where’s that
It’s a disappointing start to the season for Leeds but this is the perfect chance for them to bounce back
and beat Norwich on the road. The hosts are the worst team in the Premier League and the main
relegation candidates. They are by far the worst attacking side with just 2 goals scored in 9 games.
Pick: Leeds to win at 2.1 (+110)
Aston Villa vs. West Ham
West Ham haven’t lost against Aston Villa since 2015 and got the domestic double last term. They
deserve their top 4 spot, and they will try to extend their great run of form. They’ve won all three
Europa League group games and knocked-out both Manchester club from the cup on their way to the
Aston Villa are scoring goals, but they struggle badly at the back. They conceded 8 in their last three
defeats, and they should be worried because West Ham are deadly in the final third. David Moyes rested
many of his key players against Man City making sure they will be fully fit for this clash.
Pick: West Ham to win at 2.5 (+150)
Wolves vs. Everton
After a poor start to their season, Wolves enter this clash on the back of 4 unbeaten games winning 3 in
the process. It was normal totally normal because they have a new manager with a different approach,
and they needed time to adapt and understand what their manager wants from them.
Things are improving and Wolves look much better. They host on Monday and the betting value is with
the home team. Everton are struggling without their two strikers Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Richarlison has returned to full training, but Calvert-Lewin will be out for 4-5 more weeks. Abdoulaye
Doucoure got injured against West Ham and is doubtful for this clash. Everton lost 2 games in a row and
3 of the last 5. They have a
Pick: Wolves to win at 2.2 (+120)