This Premier League campaign just keeps getting better and better. Last weekend will mainly be remembered for Tottenham finally ending their 23-year baron run at Old Trafford as Manchester City wrestled back favouritism from Sir Alex Ferguson’s red men.

The defending champions now welcome Sunderland to the Etihad for Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off. Steven Fletcher cannot stop scoring since his move to Wearside and his winner against Wigan put paid to Sunderland’s 12 match run without a league win. The Black Cats will be hoping to replicate last season’s efforts against City that saw them take an impressive four points, including a memorable 3-3 draw in Manchester.

City have all the money in the world and they still cannot buy a clean sheet this year. I fancy both sides to score, but for City to make up for last year’s struggles against Sunderland – 3-1 is worth a flutter also.

West Ham then entertain Arsenal at Upton Park on the back of their win on Monday evening. I actually felt the Gunners were unlucky against Chelsea as two set-pieces cost them dear. That would have hurt massively, especially after the good work Steve Bould has done. Sam Allardyce will be telling his side to get the ball into the box at every moment to test the nerves that will no doubt have taken a bashing after the Chelsea fiasco.

Arsenal will need to take of the ball better than they did last weekend and if they manage that they are good value to bounce back with three points.

Manchester United were simply dreadful in the first 45 minutes against Spurs and they have another tough game at Newcastle on Sunday. United were embarrassed 3-0 on their last visit to St James’ Park in a result that never looked in doubt to add to a goalless draw the season before.

Demba Ba was magnificent that afternoon and after being benched for the Everton clash he has turned in some superb performances. He has five goals in three league games and will be looking to get at a susceptible looking United back line.

This match has goals in it and I fancy a draw at around 3.85 on BETDAQ. For some extra value it’ll be worth sticking a bit on the 2-2 correct score.

Betting on BETDAQ – Alan’s Punts:
Man City v Sunderland: Back Man City to win 3-1 at 13.0
West Ham v Arsenal: Back Arsenal at 2.03
Newcastle v Man United: Back the draw at 3.85

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