matchday 10 picks
As the Premier League enters the second quarter of the season, Tottenham sits at the top of the table and is undefeated in nine games. Ange Postecoglou's side is playing excellent football and will look to remain undefeated in their match versus Crystal Palace. Arsenal is not far behind, only trailing the Spurs by two points. They come into week 10 undefeated with a record of 6-3-0 and hope to add three more points as they host winless Sheffield at the Emirates. Matchday 10 is headlined by one of the biggest derbies in the league, the Manchester Derby. Manchester City will travel to hostile territory at Old Trafford and look to collect three points against their rival Manchester United.
Crystal palace vs. Tottenham
pick: Tottenham Moneyline (-120)
Tottenham has a quick turnaround, having played Monday and now traveling to Crystal Palace for their match on Friday. Ange Postecoglou is off to a great start as the Spurs manager. Postecoglou's side has collected 23 points with a record of 7-2-0 which is a record-setting start for a Premier League manager in their first nine matches. I am picking Tottenham to continue their undefeated streak against Crystal Palace. I feel this is a great spot. All we need is for the Spurs to win no need to cover a spread over 1. Crystal Palace is struggling as they are coming off of a bad 4-0 loss to Newcastle. Tottenham has defeated Crystal Palace in four out of their last five meetings, winning both last season. The Spurs have also proven they will beat the teams they are supposed to beat this year. Their two draws came against undefeated opponents at the time, Liverpool and Arsenal.
west ham united vs. everton
pick: over 2.5 goals (-130) & West Ham UNITED moneyline (+110)
I am picking West Ham to win and the over 2.5 total. Coming off of a bad loss to Aston Villa, I feel like this is a good bounce-back spot for them.
West Ham has won three of the five meetings, splitting last season's matches. West Ham has improved tremendously this off-season and has a better team than Everton. For the over, both team's matches have seen goals as of late. four of West Ham's last five have gone over 3.5 goals. Seven out of the nine games for West Ham have gone over 2.5 goals. Everton struggled to score at the start of the season, failing to score in four of their first five matches. Since, Everton has gotten healthier, and three of their last four have gone over 2.5 goals.