Saturday English Premier League picks and predictions: +1321 four-game EPL parlay

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The new EPL season is beginning to take shape and we are set for our biggest game so far with a repeat of last season’s Champions League final between Chelsea and Manchester City on Saturday.

Liverpool faces an intriguing game at newly promoted Brentford and we’ve picked out a four-game parlay to hopefully see you right through the day of Premier League action. A parlay of these EPL predictions pays odds of +1321 with FanDuel Sportsbook.

Be sure to check out the rest of our Premier League soccer predictions and remember to gamble responsibly.

Chelsea vs Manchester City over 2.5 goals (+110)

West Ham ML (+140)

Everton ML (-160)

Brentford vs Liverpool over 2.5 goals (-136)

Parlay odds: +1321

Chelsea vs Manchester City over 2.5 goals (+110), 7:30am ET

Oddsmakers believe Chelsea and Manchester City will be going head-to-head for the Premier League crown this year and Thomas Tuchel’s Blues have been the most impressive team so far.

Chelsea dismantled Tottenham with ease last week and the winner of this game will gain a big boost to their chances of finishing as top dog.

City have lost at Spurs already and will be disappointed with last week’s goalless tie with Southampton, so expect a positive performance at Stamford Bridge.

The prize is there for both to grab, so take the over 2.5 goals, which would have been a winning play in nine of the last 12 league matchups.

West Ham ML over Leeds (+140), 10am ET

Leeds are great to watch. The soccer is always entertaining and manager Marcelo Bielsa is a fascinating character, but that does not mean a win is guaranteed against West Ham. Oh, no.

The Whites are still looking for their first win of the season and they may not get it against their opponents from London, as the Hammers have improved greatly in the last 18 months.

The road team was unlucky not to gain a tie against Manchester United last Sunday when Mark Noble missed an injury-time PK and manager David Moyes welcomes back star striker Michail Antonio from a one-match ban after his red card against Southampton.

West Ham can win at Elland Road.

Everton ML over Norwich (-160), 10am ET

This season is already turning into a nightmare for Norwich, a team that has lost all five of its games so far and looks destined to go straight back into the Championship.

A 3-1 home loss to fellow new boys Watford last week was the latest disappointment and it is difficult to see the Canaries flying high when they go to Goodison Park to face Everton.

The Toffees were going along nicely before a 3-0 defeat at Aston Villa last week, but Rafa Benitez appears to have found a good mix in his early days at the club and bettors should take them to win against the worst team in the EPL.

Brentford vs Liverpool over 2.5 goals (-136), 12:30pm ET

Complete your parlay by betting on there being at least three goals in the game between Brentford and Liverpool.

The Reds have had an excellent start to the season, dropping just two points so far in a 1-1 tie with Chelsea, which was not a bad result at all.

Jurgen Klopp’s team has scored three goals against Leeds and Crystal Palace since and in a Champions League game against AC Milan.

But the Bees from Brentford should be buzzing, especially as they have already beaten Arsenal in their new stadium and a great atmosphere should spur the team on.

Make sure you check out the rest of our EPL picks and predictions for the weekend

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