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Here our experts preview the two Premier League fixtures screened live on Sky Sports this Sunday and look at potential punting angles available with Unibet to hopefully bag you some profit and if you are a new client make the most of your welcome bonus.
Tottenham v Newcastle (2pm Kick-Off)
Stats point to under 2.5 goals
The last five meetings of this fixture has seen Spurs win three times and taste defeat on two occasions – so there is little to split the pair.
Most of those games have been low scoring affairs with a total of just 10 being netted.
That’s not really reflected in the odds available on the over/under 2.5 goals market. It makes playing under look worth a punt at a tempting 27/25 with Unibet.
Son worth siding with to score anytime
Spurs come into the game on the back of a 1-0 home defeat to Everton where they lacked the flair that they showed on the opening day of the season when winning 5-2 away at Southampton.
Heung-Min Son netted four-times that day and will prove a real handful for the Newcastle defence in the same form. He has a fine strike rate in the Premier League since joining Spurs having scored 57 times in 116 appearances
Unibet go 11/10 about him in the anytime goalscorer market and that makes more appeal than backing Harry Kane at odds-on.
Manchester City v Leicester (4.30pm Kick-Off)
Goals on the cards
Pepe Guardiola’s City side have an incredible record at home and have beaten Leicester on each of the last four occasions they have met in the Premier League at the Etihad. It makes them look worthy odds-on favourites at 8/25 with Unibet to triumph again.
Goals have not been scarce in that period either, with 14 being scored in total, and City come into the game on the back of an easy 3-1 away win at Wolves.
So although again odds-on, over 2.5 goals makes plenty of appeal at the 21/50 on offer with Unibet. We think a small play on over 3.5 at 21/20 with them is also well worth-considering
Can Jesus deliver again?
After failing to sign Lionel Messi a lot lies on the shoulders of striker Gabriel Jesus if they are to wrestle the title back from Liverpool.
He scored in this fixture last year when City triumphed 3-1 and was also on the mark in their aforementioned win over Wolves when meeting in the 90th minute.
It makes him look a bit of value at 19/5 with Unibet to score first, and 10/11 with them about him netting anytime looks solid in our eyes.