Everton vs. Liverpool: Liverpool
Liverpool have won just two of their first five matches this season; however surely few can look past an away win in Saturday’s Merseyside derby.
The Reds won both meetings last term and have an incredible recent record against their closest rivals, losing just one of the last 26 matches.
Everton are without a win this season and have looked pretty blunt going forward, scoring just four goals in their five games.
AC Milan vs. Inter: Both teams to score
There is another massive derby taking place this weekend and it comes in Italy with the first Milan derby of the 2022-23 campaign.
AC Milan took the title off their closest rivals Inter last season and the bookies have both at 13/8 to win what will be a tightly contested fixture.
Seven of the last 10 meetings involving the pair have seen both teams finding the net and we fancy that again in the biggest Serie A game of the season so far.
Lyon vs. Angers: Lyon
Two sides at opposite ends of the Ligue 1 table meet this weekend when Angers travel to face Lyon.
Lyon are unbeaten having won three of their first four, whilst Angers have just two points to their name from their opening five fixtures.
A home victory looks a very safe bet here, especially with keeper Anthony Lopes set to return for an in-form Lyon side.
Nantes vs. Paris Saint Germain: Paris Saint Germain
Unsurprisingly Paris Saint Germain sit top of the Ligue 1 table at this early stage of the season and they won again midweek.
They’ve already managed to score 21 goals, an average of over four a game and they travel to Nantes on Saturday, who have just one win this term.
PSG are as short as 1/4 to extend their good start to the season, but it’s a gimme and adds a little to the accumulator.
Manchester United vs. Arsenal: Both teams to score
Arsenal will be looking to record a sixth win in a row at the start of the new season when they travel to Manchester United on Sunday.
There was nine goals in the two league meetings last term, with both teams scoring in both fixtures.
The two sides have just three clean sheets between them this campaign and we are backing more goals at Old Trafford.
Aston Villa vs. Manchester City: Manchester City
Manchester City will be confident of another victory when they travel to face Aston Villa this weekend.
Erling Haaland has back to back hat-tricks to his name having scored another treble in Wednesday’s win over Nottingham Forest and they are only off the top my two points.
The pressure is already on Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard, with his side suffering four defeats in their opening five matches.
An away win here is surely a given and our sixth stage of the accumulator.