Leicester takes on the newly promoted Hull City at the KCOM stadium. The Foxes will be anxious to start the season off on a high after acquiring a lot of criticism as to whether they can continue their accomplishments into the 2016/2017 season, especially with the loss of midfield destroyer N’Golo Kante. There is a lot that still stands in Leicester’s favour, despite missing out on the Community Shield over the weekend in a 2-1 defeat against man Utd, as they have managed to keep key striker Jamie Vardy in addition to making some smart new signings. Leicester are favourites to take the first 3 points of the season at 11/10 with bet365 – add Jamie Vardy to score first for a more competitive price of 6/1.
At the later time of 17.30 we’ll see Pep Guardiola’s debut in England’s top flight with Manchester City v Sunderland, the game will also mark the return of David Moyes after his disastrous spell in charge of City’s neighbours, United. A home win here is most likely and currently 1/5 with bet365.
Sunday sees Jose Mourinho’s first Premier League game in charge of Manchester United as they visit Bournemouth for a 13.30 kick-off. Both teams have recruited well for the new season albeit with United’s at a much higher cost. United need a solid start after all the pre-season hype, Bournemouth may not be as easy as some would think with the side capable of producing some quality attacking football and as a result are 7/2 to take a home win albeit more like for the Manchester team to walk away with 3 points at 8/11 again with bet365.
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