Barclays Premier League week 5 preview.

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With Euro 2016 qualifying having been the focus the last fortnight, the domestic leagues have been on sabbatical. However, England’s elite division returns with a vengeance this weekend with some mouthwatering fixtures that have our top football tipsters salivating with anticipation. Here are just three of the highlights from this weekend’s big games, and as always is the place to be for the tastiest tips from the world’s premier football tipsters.

Everton V Chelsea, Saturday 12/09/15 at 12.45 GMT

The weekend’s action kicks off at Goodison Park on Saturday as the shaken champions look to put their stuttering start behind them against an Everton side who have been solid but unspectacular so far. Chelsea won this fixture 6-3 last season but have made their worst start to a season for 20 years, and defensively they have looked frail so far. John Terry is back from a ban but Thibaut Courtois looks set to miss out with a knee injury. The Toffees haven’t scored for two games now so ex-Blues striker Romelu Lukaku will want to fire his current employers to a fifth win in seven matches against Chelsea at Goodison. Check out what the best football tipsters think only at
Everton 4.00, Draw 3.60, Chelsea 2.00

Manchester United V Liverpool, Saturday 12/09/15 at 17.30 GMT

Without doubt the weekend’s biggest match is one of the glamour ties of world football. Wayne Rooney, fresh from becoming England’s all-time top goalscorer, will be looking to open his league account against a Liverpool side who have had plenty of time to reflect and dwell on their humiliating home loss to West Ham before the break. All eyes will be on United new boy Anthony Martial as he looks to start justifying his world record fee for a teenager, but will he even start? Goals have been a problem for both these sides so far this season and the Red’s recent arrivals such as big money forward Christian Benteke will also be wanting to start paying back their fees. David De Gea could return in goal for United while Philippe Coutinho is suspended for the visitors. One thing is for sure, there is no love lost between these two sides, so expect fireworks if not a lot of goals. But as always, for on the money tips from the elite football tipsters, it’s
Manchester United 2.00, Draw 3.40, Liverpool 4.33

Leicester V Aston Villa, Sunday 13/09/15 at 16.00 GMT

Although lacking the Hollywood aspect of the previous game, this Midlands derby is an intriguing proposition, with a high flying Leicester side looking to extend their fairytale start to life under Claudio Ranieri by further compounding Tim Sherwood’s travails with the Villains, who despite currently sitting 12th with 4 points, have struggled for any sort of form since beating Liverpool in last season’s FA Cup semi-final and securing their Premier League safety. The Foxes won this fixture 1-0 last season and will be hoping to extend their unbeaten start to this year’s campaign – see what the top football tipsters are picking at
Leicester 1.93, Draw 3.75 , Aston Villa 4.33
All odds courtesy of Bet365 and correct as of 14.00 GMT on Friday 11th September.
By: Steven Paget