Saturday's Premier League Bet Builder tips: Everton can triumph at Forest
- There are five Premier League matches spread out across Saturday
- Everton have won their last two away games
- Newcastle have won six of their seven home league games
There is plenty to look forward to in the Premier League on Saturday with three games kicking off at 3pm, one at 5.30pm and also an 8pm clash.
Everton go to Nottingham Forest in the early evening game, before Newcastle and Manchester United go head-to-head later on to round off the day's action in style.
Nottingham Forest vs Everton (Saturday, 5:30pm)
Bet 1: Match result will be Everton
Everton's 10-point deduction means they are in the relegation zone, but they could move back out of the bottom three, depending on results elsewhere, with a win at Nottingham Forest.
Sean Dyche’s side were better than the scoreline suggests in their 3-0 home defeat to Manchester United last weekend and the Toffees have won away at the likes of West Ham and Crystal Palace recently.
Forest's home form has been good, with only Brighton winning at the City Ground in the league this season, but Everton have shown plenty of positive signs recently after a difficult start and can come away from the East Midlands with an important victory.
Bet 2: Both teams to score - Yes
Both sides have been involved in some entertaining games lately with Forest going down 3-2 in successive matches to West Ham and Brighton, while Everton won by the same scoreline at Crystal Palace in their most recent away trip.
Forest have only won one of their last five but they have scored in all of those outings, so they will be confident of getting on the scoresheet again this weekend.
Everton's only blank in their last five was last weekend against United. However, they racked up a better xG than Erik ten Hag's side in that game but somehow failed to find the back of the net.
Bet 3: Dwight McNeil to score anytime
Dwight McNeil is still looking for his first goal of the season, but the former Burnley man has been involved in the final third for the Toffees recently and can break his duck at the City Ground.
He banged in seven goals last season to help Everton stay up and has had at least one shot in each of his last five games.
Even though he has yet to score this season, the 24-year-old managed shots on target against both Palace and United, so he is clearly not afraid of trying his luck when he gets a sight of goal.
Newcastle vs Manchester United (Saturday, 8pm)
Bet 1: Match result will be Newcastle
Newcastle won convincingly 3-0 at Old Trafford the last time these two met in the Carabao Cup and they can enjoy another statement win over the Red Devils on Saturday.
Eddie Howe knows the visitors are likely to be battling alongside them as they both look for another top-four finish this season and getting the better of Erik ten Hag's men will boost confidence going into the busy winter period.
The Magpies have won their last five home league games and can finish the week on a high. They were impressive 4-1 winners over Chelsea last weekend before being unfortunate not to beat Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Bet 2: Over two goals in the match for both teams combined
There are likely to be goals for the hosts at St James' Park as Newcastle have scored in every home league game so far this season.
Manchester United have scored three goals in both of their last two matches – the 3-0 win at Everton and then the 3-3 Champions League draw at Galatasaray – so it seems likely there will be over two goals on Saturday evening.
Bet 3: Alexander Isak to score anytime
Newcastle striker Alexander Isak has looked sharp since returning from injury when scoring against Chelsea last week in the league and then away at PSG in Europe.
The Sweden international has nine goals in total now this season and he will be keen to add to that tally as he will be the focal point of the home side's attack, with Callum Wilson set to be out injured again.
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