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Chelsea to breeze past Man United? Harry Kane to score first for Tottenham?

ESPN FC' Alejandro Moreno and Ross Dyer react to Paul Scholes' assertion that even Lionel Messi couldn't turn around the current Manchester United.

After another long international break the Premier League makes a welcome return this weekend and we've got all the best betting angles covered, starting with Chelsea's clash with Manchester United.

Running total: -£9.09

The Banker

Jose Mourinho seems to be at odds with the world at the moment after Man United's poor start to the season, so the beleaguered boss could probably do without a trip to his old stomping ground to face Chelsea. It's a fascinating fixture, and one wonders if Mourinho will have an answer to the majestic "Sarriball" currently being played by his former club? Chelsea looked ominously sharp in smashing Southampton 3-0 before the international break and it's difficult to make a case for them not beating the Red Devils here. Chelsea have been a joy to watch for the most part this season, and can justify odds on quotes by breezing past Manchester United here.

Selection: £5 on Chelsea to beat Manchester United at 7/10 with bet365.

The Tasty Treble

Bournemouth are flying currently, while Southampton have failed to win any of their last five matches, so 21/20 looks decent for the home win at the Vitality Stadium. Elsewhere, Newcastle (23/20) can finally claim their first win of the season at home to Brighton. There was much to admire about their performance in losing 3-2 at Old Trafford and the Magpies can belatedly kickstart their campaign by winning on Tyneside. Finally Wolves (8/11) look good things to beat Watford at Molineux. The Hornets made a fabulous start to the season but have looked poor in their last couple of outings and Wolves' plethora of Portuguese stars can help secure another three points for Nuno Espirito Santo's men. The treble is paying better than 13/2 with bet365 and should go close.

Selection: £2 on the treble at 6.61/1 with bet365.

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The First Goal Flutter

After his masterful performance against Spain on Monday evening, Kane should be full of confidence and he could be the man to get with to score first against West Ham. The Tottenham striker has scored seven goals in his last seven Premier League matches against the Hammers, who may have improved in recent matches but who still look vulnerable at the back.

Selection: £2 on Kane to score first at 11/4 with bet365.

The Euro wager

Bayern Munich have suffered a disastrous start to the season and currently sit sixth in the Bundesliga. They've failed to win any of their last four games and lost 3-0 at home before the international break. With this in mind you would have to rate Wolfsburg as great value at 15/2 to beat the Bavarian giants at home this weekend. Nico Kovac looks to be a boss on borrowed time and bearing in mind the club sacked Carlo Ancelotti less than two months into the 2017/18 campaign, another defeat here could see the club say goodbye to poor Kovac.

Selection: £2 on Wolfsburg to beat Bayern Munich at 15/2 with bet365.

The Wildcard Tip

Aleksandar Mitrovic is an 11/2 chance to score first for Fulham against Cardiff. Putting him in with Kane to notch first for Spurs at the London Stadium offers a first goal scorer double paying over 23/1.

Selection: £1 on Kane - Mitrovic first goalscorer double at 23.37/1 with bet365.

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