Premier League value acca predictions: Cherries can trouble Gunners
Manchester United eased the pressure on Erik ten Hag with a 1-0 win at Burnley, but they face another stubborn defence in Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Bournemouth were beaten 3-1 by Brighton, but the result does not tell the full story, and they should be able to give Arsenal a hard time on home soil.
The final leg of our treble sees Tottenham host Liverpool in what is expected to be a high-scoring battle in the capital.
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Only one point separates Manchester United and Crystal Palace in the Premier League table, and we expect a close battle when the two sides meet at Old Trafford.
United ended a run of three defeats with their 1-0 success at Burnley, as Bruno Fernandes' stunning volley settled the score in their favour. Ten Hag's side have struggled to string results together, and they will be up against it when they host Palace.
Roy Hodgson's side are notoriously hard to break down, and only Arsenal and Aston Villa have got the better of them this season.
Injuries have affected both teams already this term, and with both teams keeping a clean sheet last time out, there is every chance this game is settled by a single goal.
Bournemouth continue to hover above the relegation zone, but Andoni Iraola's side have been a touch unlucky on occasions this season.
The Cherries are still trying to implement new tactics under the former Rayo Vallecano coach, but they have yet to be rewarded with a Premier League win.
They have managed to draw half of their league games, though, and they should have taken something from the 3-1 defeat to Brighton.
Iraola's men were dominant for large parts and had the better chances, and that suggests they may be able to find a way past Arsenal.
The Gunners have not been watertight at the back so far under Mikel Arteta, and after another hectic week, they may not be firing on all cylinders.
They have too much strength in depth to come unstuck on the south coast, but Bournemouth will be dangerous throughout the opening exchanges.
Liverpool and Tottenham have made encouraging starts to the new season, and they both sit in the top four after the first six games.
The Reds hold a two-point advantage over Spurs, and Jurgen Klopp's men have been impressive so far, winning six on the spin in all competitions.
Goals have flowed for either side, with Liverpool scoring three in each of their last four games, while Tottenham have scored 16 goals in their opening seven matches.
Neither side's defence looks particularly solid, so backing both teams to score in both halves should offer plenty of value.
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