There are three Premier League games on Sunday and Manchester City will be looking to bounce back from a draw with Tottenham by seeing off Bournemouth.
City have won all eight of their games against Bournemouth since the Cherries won promotion to the top flight and can continue that record with a convincing win in the early kick off on Sunday.
Pep Guardiola’s side have won four of those meetings by a four-goal margin and can claim another big victory over Bournemouth by beating a -2 handicap.
Raheem Sterling has been the standout in recent years against the Cherries, scoring eight goals and providing two assists in just seven league appearances against Eddie Howe’s men.
Tottenham entertain Newcastle in our second match on Sunday and title contenders Spurs should have no issues in picking up the win.
The Magpies performed admirably against Arsenal at home in their season opener but at Norwich last weekend they offered little, and may struggle on their trip to the capital.
Tottenham aren’t necessarily prolific scorers but 3-0 appeals in the correct score market in this match-up.
Normally you would fancy Wolves to see off Burnley at home but the Molineux club played in the Europa League in midweek and have the second leg of that tie against Torino to come on Thursday.
Burnley can take advantage of any Wolves fatigue by claiming a point on Sunday as they bid to bounce back from last weekend’s loss at Arsenal.
They more than most know the difficulty of combining Europa and Premier League football and will look to put Nuno Espirito Santo’s men to the sword.
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