Saturday English Premier League predictions: +2915 four-game EPL parlay picks

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EPL players have been flying all over the world to play in international contests this week, but they will be back in club action this weekend for their first games since the closure of the transfer window.

There has been no bigger move than Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Manchester United and he will hope to get his second career at Old Trafford off to a flying start against Newcastle, while Manchester City’s clash at FA Cup winners Leicester is another highlight.

A parlay of these 4 EPL predictions pays odds of +2915 with DraftKings Sportsbook, which is nearly 30/1! We cashed our EPL parlay on the opening Saturday of the season at +635 odds, so let’s do it again!

After reading the reasoning behind these picks, don’t forget to check out the rest of our soccer predictions for this weekend — and remember to gamble responsibly. Let’s look at this week’s four-team parlay:

Arsenal vs Norwich over 2.5 goals (-145)

Manchester City ML and over 2.5 goals (+135)

West Ham ML (+145)

Chelsea ML and under 2.5 goals (+210)

Parlay odds: +2915

Over 2.5 goals in Arsenal vs Norwich (-145), 10am ET

Both of these teams have had miserable starts to the season but it is perhaps no surprise that promoted Norwich are still looking to claim their first point.

The Canaries have had to face Liverpool, champions Manchester City, and FA Cup winners Leicester to date, so manager Daniel Farke will be hoping things get a lot easier.

Arsenal, meanwhile, has been awful, losing to promoted Brentford, at home to Champions League winners Chelsea and then they got thumped 5-0 at Man City.

So these two have no option to attack and the defenses do not look strong. There should be goals in this one.

Manchester City to beat Leicester and over 2.5 goals (+135), 10am ET

Leicester may take encouragement from their win over Manchester City in the Community Shield at the start of the season, but Brendan Rodgers has had to think long and hard about their poor performance against West Ham last time, which ended in a 4-1 loss.

A positive response looks likely from the Foxes, but the champions are unlikely to hold back either.

Seven of their last 11 away wins have featured at least 3 goals and this clash at the King Power Stadium looks likely to follow suit.

West Ham to beat Southampton (+145), 10am ET

West Ham United's Michail Antonio (centre) celebrates with his team-mates after scoring their side's fourth goal of the game during the Premier League match at the London Stadium, London.


West Ham had an excellent season, finishing 6th last time, and the early signs are there that the Hammers can at least repeat that success.

A 4-1 win over Leicester was a massive boost just before the international break that they showed their goalscoring abilities when winning 4-2 at Newcastle in their opening fixture.

Southampton were one of the poorest teams in the second half of last season and there has been little to get excited about so far, and the Saints have won just 3 of their last 11 home games.

Chelsea to beat Aston Villa and under 2.5 goals (+210), 12:30pm ET

Champions League winners Chelsea showed their defensive resolution in claiming a tie with Liverpool while playing much of the second half with 10 men and Thomas Tuchel’s side can hold strong against Villa.

The Blues should challenge for big prizes this season and 16 of Chelsea’s 23 EPL games under the German have featured fewer than 3 goals.

Villa have lost a lot of their attacking impetus now Jack Grealish has left for Manchester City and may not make much headway in attack

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

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