We’re in for a cracking weekend of Premier League football. Super Sunday certainly lives up to the billing with two huge games at White Hart Lane and Old Trafford, but the action gets underway with Arsenal’s game at Blackburn.

The Gunners were hardly convincing in their 1-0 triumph over Swansea last week, but they will have been relieved to finally get their first win of the campaign. I thought Arsenal looked decent enough at Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday evening and a point on reflection is a good result.

My mate Steve Kean is under huge amounts of pressure at Blackburn and a visit from the Gunners is not exactly the fixture he’d have chosen this weekend. Blackburn are going through a tough time and what is certain is that they need the supporters onside to lift the club. Chris Samba must have a huge game at the back and he’ll need support from the others. The Gunners have struggled away from home and I can see this one being another frustrating afternoon for the visitors.

I’m really looking forward to Liverpool’s game at Tottenham. Spurs did really well to get a result at a tough Molineux ground and Emmanuel Adebayor kept up his habit of scoring on league debuts. Liverpool were a little unlucky at Stoke, but we all know the Britannia is a very tough place to go.

Under King Kenny, the Reds play with a far more open style – even on the road. Spurs, likewise, love to attack and I’m hoping for an open game. I just feel Liverpool set up better to break with pace and they can take advantage of some of the space afforded to them. A 2-0 win at the Emirates will give the side plenty of belief they can return from North London with six points this year.

Man United’s game against Chelsea is a real tough one to call. I know United have started the season in blistering form, but I have a feeling they’ll be reined in a bit by the Blues. If Fernando Torres is going to score this season, this is the kind of game he might just open his account in. He’s had success before at Old Trafford and will be itching to make the starting XI.

Chelsea are managing to grind out results without playing at their best and they did exactly that against Bayer Leverkusen on Tuesday evening. Although most are expecting a home win on Sunday, I fancy the draw at a decent price on BETDAQ.

Betting on BETDAQ – Alan’s Punts:
Blackburn v Arsenal: back the draw at 3.45
Tottenham v Liverpool: back the Reds at 2.82
Man United v Chelsea: back the draw at 3.75 BETDAQ SPECIAL OFFER – CLICK HERE