Premier League 2023-24 – Saturday 4th November Matches Tips and Betting Preview

Another weekend of matches in the Premier League begins on Saturday afternoon on a day where seven fixtures take place in the top flight on a day where we could see the picture changing at the top and the bottom of the table.

It is a typical Saturday which means that the day begins and ends with a TV match for us in the UK to enjoy. Everyone will know the places where the updates are provided in each of the other games by now.

Early Kick Off

We begin at Craven Cottage on Saturday afternoon when the heat will really be on Erik ten Hag and his Manchester United side in the lunchtime kick off when they make the trip to the capital to take on a Fulham side, who themselves aren’t short of problems. The pressure is really stacking up on the United manager and you sense he really needs a result here. Fulham might just be the ideal opponent for them though as they look badly short of both goals and form so it will be interesting to see who can relieve the mounting pressure here.

3pm Matches

The champions are in action at 3pm on a Saturday this weekend when Manchester City look to move back to the top of the table for a few hours when they host a Bournemouth side who will be looking to put a bit of distance between them and the bottom three with an unlikely result at the Etihad Stadium. Brighton and Hove Albion are the next highest team on show in the 3pm slot on Saturday. They head to Goodison Park looking to do a lot better than the 5-1 demolition they suffered to the Toffees at the Amex Stadium towards the end of last season.

There is a London derby at the Gtech Stadium as Brentford go in search of a third straight win in the Premier League when they host a West Ham United side who they have beaten in every Premier League meeting between the two. At the other end of the table Burnley will look to double their win tally when they host Crystal Palace at Turf Moor, while Sheffield United will aim to secure their first victory since returning to the top flight when they host Wolverhampton Wanderers at Bramall Lane.

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Late Game

We might well have saved the best for last once again on Saturday as two teams who finished last season in the top four in the Premier League table and have Champions League outings to look forward to next week as a result meet at St James’ Park when Newcastle United bid to build on their win at Old Trafford in the Carabao Cup in midweek when they take on an Arsenal side who will go top of the table if they win the game. They will need to be much better than they offered in the cup loss at West Ham in midweek.


I’ll go with a couple of bets over the course of the day with the first of them coming at Turf Moor where I fancy both teams to score at a nice price. This is a match that Burnley will feel they can win and might even think they have to win if they are going to stay up this season but I find it hard to trust them defensively. We are 10 matches into the season and they haven’t really looked like keeping a clean sheet so far and keep on playing themselves into trouble. I suspect the reason why both teams to score here is the price it is would be because of the injuries that Crystal Palace have but they are expected to have Ebere Eze back for this match and even if he isn’t back you would imagine Palace could have a lot of joy against this Burnley side from set plays. Burnley will dominate the ball and with the Eagles starting to concede a few more goals than they would like you would imagine chances will come the way of Burnley. I’d have both teams to score a lot shorter than it is.

The second bet I like is for Newcastle United to beat Arsenal without the draw in play. Arsenal are going well in the Premier League but things could have been so much different. They go into Saturday unbeaten and having dropped just six points all season but earlier in the campaign they were an inch away from a Man Utd winner standing at the Emirates, they were holding on at Crystal Palace, a deflected shot earned them two points in a nothing game against Man City and they were gifted a route back into a match at Chelsea that they hadn’t shown up in and I believe these things catch up with you in the end. Newcastle had their rough patch at the beginning of the season but it is only Liverpool who have taken anything from St James’ Park this term and that needed an insane relatively late turnaround. In the other matches, Newcastle have smashed up Aston Villa and recently powered past Crystal Palace while Paris Saint Germain were taken to the cleaners here too. Arsenal don’t look quite as convincing on the eye to me at the minute and if there is a winner in what I expect to be a tight game I think it will be the home side. I like them without the draw at the prices.


Back Burnley vs Crystal Palace – Both teams to score for a 3/10 stake at 1.95 with Bet365

Back Newcastle United (0AH) to beat Arsenal for a 3/10 stake at 2.04 with Bet365