Bet 1: Back Arsenal to beat Stoke at 1.80
Arsenal haven't enjoyed their recent trips to the Bet 365 Stadium, having won just one of their last seven fixtures there, but they can improve that record this weekend.
The Arsenal defence was given a working-over by Jamie Vardy and co in their opening game, but they will have much less to worry about on Saturday. As Mike Norman points out in his essential Premier League tipping preview, this is a weak Stoke side that managed just one shot on target against Everton.
Arsenal's midfield can dominate against these opponents and with plenty of attacking options to choose from, Arsene Wenger should be able to find the key to unlock the Stoke defence. Back the visitors to grab all three points.
Bet 2: Back Trinbago Knight Riders to beat Guyana Amazon Warriors at 1.73
Guyana have reached three of the four Caribbean Premier League finals held to date and after a slow start to this year's edition, they've been showing signs of improvement, beating St Lucia last weekend and pushing Jamaica close on Thursday.
They may struggle to maintain that improved form, however, against the CPL leaders. Dwayne Bravo's side is packed with top-level Twenty20 experience, and have set the pace in this year's competition, winning five out of six. They also comfortably overcame Guyana by seven wickets just over a week ago. Back Trinbago to pick up another win at the Providence Stadium.
Bet 3: Back Melbourne Storm to beat Newcastle Knights at 1.30
Newcastle Knights are enjoying a late season surge, winning their last three NRL games, but that run is likely to come to an end on Saturday.
The Knights will relish the chance to beat the league leaders in front of their home crowd, but the visitors have been showing no signs of complacency, battling back to beat the Roosters last weekend and with Cameron Munster back in the side, they should prove too strong for the Knights. Storm have won their last three against Newcastle and can make it four in a row to cement top spot in the NRL.
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