The Premier League continues this weekend with another full round of fixtures. Here are our previews of the matches between Newcastle and Manchester City, Tottenham and Bournemouth and Norwich and Arsenal

Newcastle United v Manchester City

Having scored in their last 21 Premier League games against Newcastle, amassing a total in that period of 54 goals, Manchester City will be feeling confident as they head to St James’ Park on Saturday.

Aside from Liverpool, they are the only team to have scored in all of their league games on the road this season and are overwhelming odds-on favourites for the three points here at 2/11.

City have recorded the most shots per game (21) and converted 37 in total, while Magpie Miguel Almiron has had more shots without scoring that any other Premier League player this season (22).

Gabriel Jesus has scored seven in his last eight league games and you can back him to score two or more at enhanced odds of 7/2 from a previous 3/1.

Tottenham Hotspur v Bournemouth

Since Bournemouth’s promotion to the Premier League, they have visited Tottenham on four occasions in the league, with the aggregate score of those meetings adding up to 13-0 to the north London side.

Tottenham have scored seven goals in their last two games and a match result going their way here and five or more goals is priced at 14/5.

With new manager Jose Mourinho, Spurs will be looking to win their third successive game and Harry Kane could notch his eighth goal in seven league games against the Cherries.

Kane is available at 5/2 for first goal scorer but after scoring two in midweek, the 8/1 on offer for him to score the first and last goal is tempting.

Norwich City v Arsenal

After losing three league games on the bounce, Norwich ran out 2-0 winners when playing Everton last time out, a result that will see them welcome managerless Arsenal with renewed confidence.

The Gunners have not gone six Premier League games without a win in the same season since 1994, and an emboldened Norwich side will be looking to make that happen. A draw can be backed at 3/1.

Only Norwich and Watford have scored fewer away league goals than Arsenal this season, while Norwich have only scored two in their last three home games.

Neither team have an overall goalscoring record to boast about this season, with Norwich having scored an average one goal per game and Arsenal registering 1.4. Under 2.5 total goals is available at 13/8.

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