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TV Tips: Let this 24/1 acca light up the opening Premier League live games this weekend

The Premier League is back in business, and to celebrate we're rolling out our crack team of pundits to bring you their best TV Tips

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The best best for the five live games as the Premier League swings back into action

Finally we’ve got to the end of silly season of mind-boggling rumours and ridiculous transfer videos – Stormzy, we’re looking at you. The Premier League is back and to celebrate we’ve taken four of our pundits and got their TV tips off them to get us through to Monday night. Andy Gray, Paddy Power, one of our PP football traders and our mathematically gifted super-computer (CARL) are here to hopefully point you in the direction of a few winners.


Hull
v
Leicester
Sat -12:45pm
Leicester
Leicester
Leicester
Leicester

Man City
v
Sunderland
Sat – 17:30pm
Man City
Man City
Man City
Man City

Bournemouth
v
Man Utd
Sun – 1:30pm
Man Utd
Man Utd
Man Utd
Man Utd

Arsenal
v
Liverpool
Sun – 4:00pm
Draw
Draw
Arsenal
Draw

Chelsea
v
West Ham
Mon – 8:00pm
Chelsea
Chelsea
Chelsea
Draw

There’s consensus from everyone that Leicester will sweep aside a Hull team in turmoil on Saturday, before Manchester City under Pep Guardiola see of Sunderland that evening. All four pundits also fancy Manchester United and new gaffer jose Mourinho to see off Bournemouth away on Sunday, before some disagreement in the main slobber-knocker of the weekend. Paddy fancies¬†Arsenal to do the business at home, while our PP trader, KARL and Andy Gray are backing Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side to nick a point from the Emirates. On Monday night there was almost complete agreement that Antonio Conte will get Chelsea off to a winning start at home to West Ham – but the PP trader isn’t convinced and thinks the Hammers might sneak a point at the Bridge.

The accumulator on Leicester, Man City, man United, a draw in Arsenal v Liverpool and Chelsea pays out at a mighty tasty 24/1.

Football is back. And we love it!

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