Back Wayne Rooney and Luis Suarez to bag goals this weekend

Five weekend Premier League betting tips that could net you a tidy return.

The Premier League provides another round of fascinating fixtures this weekend with teams looking to get closer to the top of the table and others looking to get away from the bottom.

Manchester United will be looking for a reaction after being thumped in the Manchester derby last weekend while Sunderland go into their game following the sacking of Paolo Di Canio.

Here are five tips for you to consider.

Chelsea to win at Tottenham Hotspur

Chelsea have not endured a fantastic start to the season as Jose Mourinho tries to work out his best side.

Expect them to go back to basics against Spurs, with a very disciplined and well organised side, more than capable of grinding out three points against their London rivals. Chelsea are 17/10 to win with BetVictor.

Manchester City to beat Aston Villa by two goals

Villa don’t have a great home record this season and they face a side which will be full of confidence.

City to win this game by a two goal margin is a best price of 4/1 with BetVictor, which is a better value option than backing them to win the game over the 90 minutes or to win both halves of the match.

Wayne Rooney to score first against West Brom

Manchester United will be hoping for a convincing performance after being thoroughly outplayed in the Manchester derby.

Wayne Rooney is bang in form at the moment and looks a decent option at 33/10 with 888sport to score the first goal in this game.

Arsenal to win by a single goal at Swansea City

Swansea can make life difficult for any side when they play at home, just ask Liverpool.

This will be a battle between two teams that like to dominate the ball, move it quickly around the pitch and any winning margin is unlikely to be huge. Arsenal to win by one goal is 16/5 with BetVictor.

Luis Suarez to score at any time against Sunderland

Luis Suarez will be available for his first Premier League match following that huge suspension and Sunderland will be on the receiving end.

Suarez has had to sit and watch Daniel Sturridge scoring the goals and taking the plaudits in the Liverpool attack, which should make him more determined to put in a good shift. Boylesports offers 11/10 on a goal at any time.

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