Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! I am back with another week of Premier League selections, and I might add off a nice week of profit aided in a nice plus money dog in Burnley. I sit currently on the season at 41-40 +11.25u of profit. Lets continue to let the good times roll.  KEEP IN MIND, I WILL HAVE A PREMIER BLOG COMING OUT MONDAY NIGHT, AS WE HAVE MIDWEEK MATCHES! Here are my thoughts this week:

NEWCASTLE V MANCHESTER CITY: City has hit a rough part of the schedule where they have struggled just a bit on road. They have conceded in 6 straight on the highway and have to travel here to a tough match at St James Park. Newcastle has been sneaky, but there’s not enough to worry a play. PICK: PASS

BURNLEY V CRYSTAL PALACE: Burnley continues to remain underrated to me. Solid outfit that always plays hard and is well coached. I took them last week in a game they fancied themselves in. Here at home, they should fancy themselves even more against a team in Palace whose among the league worst. Should be a very solid, convincing 2- nil victory for Burnley. PICK: Burnley (+120)

CHELSEA V WEST HAM UNITED: West Ham have been a mess. They have not won a match in the league since September 22nd and are down towards the regulation group. Nothing has worked and I get the feeling its not gonna get easier anytime soon. I remember for the first 5 or 6 weeks, I was betting on Chelsea’s opponents to score, but the defense is improving and I think it continues to be a rock here. PICK: Chelsea win to nil (+140)

LIVERPOOL V BRIGHTON: I haven’t been involved in many matches involving either of these clubs and won’t be here. It’s always nice to go to Brighton as the scenery is nice and the team isn’t great. Liverpool should win but I just don’t have much interest in betting them. They’re really good and the odds makers know it. PICK: PASS

TOTTENHAM V BOURNEMOUTH: Tottenham I think will continue to ascend after bringing in Mourinho. Keep in mind, 5 of the 7 Spurs matches overall have seen 3 or more goals. I also know Bournemouth are good for a goal generally and always good for shipping them. I expect some goals here. PICK: Both teams to score a goal and OVER 2.5 (+100)

SOUTHAMPTON V WATFORD: This will be a match I have no interest in. Two poor sides that will be poor going forward with very little creativity. I have better things to do then watch this absolute mess. PICK: PASS

NORWICH V ARSENAL: Arsenal have fired Unai Emery as of Friday. Obviously this is good news for fans, but it could be short lived. Arsenal has been a mess on the road for a while now and it seemed like the players have had no interest in playing for the shirts in the last couple weeks. I’ve gotta be frank though, there’s little chance they lose here and they should be buzzing after the change.  Norwich is really bad. Arsenal get a win here and maybe score a couple and put up a crooked number against an awful side. PICK: Arsenal (-130) 

WOLVES V SHEFFIELD UNITED: This match should be a terrific tactical match. Both sides are very good in defense just outside the top 4. Sneakily this could be the best match of the weekend. Could be low scoring stalemate. No opinion here, i’ll just watch. PICK: PASS

LEICESTER CITY V EVERTON: Leicester is legit and they aren’t going anywhere. This side is incredible defensively and have plenty of options going forward. They are at home in front of their fans facing a bad side. All LC has done is take of business, I don’t see much changing here. Everton has continued to struggle to score goals. Just one team has scored less in the league this season. PICK: Leicester -1 (+110) 

MANCHESTER UNITED V ASTON VILLA: I have plenty of betting options I like this weekend. I didn’t consider much here. I like Villa and just don’t feel like with United they really care much about this season. They have been totally average and I always hate siding with those kind of clubs. I’m grabbing the dog here, that has been solid defensively and can hang around and at worst we get a push but I think Villa can do more. PICK: Aston Villa +1 (+110)

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