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Premier League: 'Angeball' heads to Turf Moor in search of more

Tottenham Hotspur will be out to build on their impressive start to the new English Premier League season when they take on Burnley on Saturday.

Ange Postecoglou has got his reign as Spurs boss off to a flying start and another three points against the Clarets will be the order of the day,

It is another jam-packed weekend of action in the Premier League, with six games taking place on Saturday, three on Sunday and one on Friday.

Manchester City are once again the team to stop this season and, who knows, Tottenham and 'Angeball' could be the ones to do it.

Spurs look to keep good times rolling

Postecoglou had his doubters amongst the Tottenham faithful when being handed the job, but so far he has done a great job in winning them over.

Two wins and a draw in the opening three games has Tottenham in third spot on the ladder and Postecoglou can do no wrong.

However, the 57-year-old has been in the game long enough to know things can turn quickly, and Tottenham need to keep winning.

Burnley are back in the Premier League and it has been a tough start to the campaign, suffering back-to-back defeats on home turf against Manchester City and Aston Villa.

City won 3-0, Villa 3-1 and the north Londoners will be out to inflict a similar result on the Clarets.

Tottenham are priced at 1.85 to get the win, while Burnley can be backed at 3.80 to pull off an upset. The draw is available at 4.00.

Spurs to match City’s scoreline and win 3-0, can also be backed at 19.00.

Citizens entertain Cottagers

Reigning champions Manchester City have got the season off to a strong start when winning their opening three games.

City take on a Fulham side who have already won 1-0 at Everton, while they fought out another impressive 2-2 draw at Arsenal last weekend.

Fulham can be backed at 17.00 to pull off a huge upset and win, or 8.50 to battle out another draw.

Super Sunday

Sunday is shaping up to be a cracking day of action in the Premier League, with Arsenal versus Manchester United the highlight.

Both the Gunners and Red Devils have set their sights on the top four this season and would love to push Manchester City for the title.

Only time will tell if they can do that and Sunday’s game is crucial to their chances.

Being the home side, Arsenal are priced at 1.80 to win, while United can be backed at 4.33. The draw is available at 3.75.

Fresh from their remarkable comeback win over Newcastle, Liverpool will be out to back it up when they take on Aston Villa at Anfield.

Villa have also made a solid start with two wins from three and sit just one point below Liverpool.

Liverpool are priced at 1.66 to win, Villa are 4.33, while the draw is available at 4.50.

Rest of the weekend's fixtures

West Ham United, who sit joint second on the ladder, get the action underway on Friday when they visit newly-promoted Luton Town, who have yet to register a point.

On Saturday, Sheffield United entertain Everton in the early game, while Chelsea play Nottingham Forest, Brentford face Bournemouth and Brighton take on Newcastle United.

To wrap up all of the weekend action Crystal Palace face Wolves on Sunday.

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