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Premier League 2017-18 fixtures and betting tips

Jon Wilde 22 Sep 2017
  • The 2017-18 Premier League campaign runs from August 12-May 13
  • This is where to find the 2017-18 Premier League fixtures
David Silva (left) on the ball for Manchester City during their UEFA Champions League match against Feyenoord on September 13 2017 in Rotterdam (credit: Getty Images)

Crystal Palace have already set one unwanted record in the Premier League this season and their supporters must fear the worst when they visit hot title favourites Manchester City on Saturday.

No club had ever lost their first five matches to nil in an English top-flight season, but they have now and it’s an odds-on chance that Palace are still point-less and goal-less after their trip to the Etihad Stadium.

City go into the sixth weekend of the 2017-18 Premier League campaign top of the table only on alphabetical order over their local rivals Manchester United, both having taken 13 points from a possible 15 with a goal difference of +14, 16 scored and two conceded.

United travel to Southampton and their goalkeeper David De Gea, who has already kept five clean sheets this season, will hope to make it six against a Saints side that has drawn a goalscoring blank in nine of their last 11 home matches.

The Manchester duo have three points to spare at the top of the table over reigning champions Chelsea, who aim to achieve what United and Arsenal have already failed to do this season by winning at Stoke City and consequently keep their 100% record away from home.

The trophy all Premier League teams are playing for (Getty Images)
Of the other title hopefuls, Tottenham Hotspur get the action under way on Saturday lunchtime with a local derby against West Ham United at the London Stadium, while Liverpool try to end a run of four matches without a win when they visit their Carabao Cup conquerors Leicester City for the second time in five days.

Neither Spurs nor Liverpool are currently in the top four though, unlike Newcastle United who bid for a fourth consecutive victory when they visit Brighton in the only Sunday match taking place in the Premier League this weekend.

Arsenal have to wait until Monday night to host West Bromwich Albion, while among the other highlights is a clash of two surprise packages so far, Burnley and Huddersfield Town who occupy seventh and sixth places respectively.

At the other end of the table, two teams currently in the relegation zone, Everton and Bournemouth, meet at Goodison Park, while Watford travel to Swansea City.

2017-18 Premier League fixtures for September 23-25 (all kick-off times BST) - click on each match to find our preview and betting tips:


Saturday September 23


Sunday September 24



Monday September 25



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