Premier League PreviewThe Premier League is already starting to look tasty, and we’ve got the feeling that it’s only just beginning to warm up.

LV BET will once again be bringing you massive markets and weekly specials from every game, so let’s take a look at what’s ahead as the latest batch of matches swings into life.

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There are some names few people were expecting to see at the top of the Premier League as we head into matchday four.

Not to mention some clubs down at the bottom, which we weren’t predicting, either! 

Arsenal’s electric start has some fans dreaming of a title challenge — something only the real half-glass-full types would have foreseen.

The Gunners will face Fulham this weekend, a side who has started the season in quite a promising fashion. 

We’ve boosted Arsenal’s odds to 3/10 (1.3), with both teams to score now 6/7 (1.86).

Leeds United, fresh from battering Chelsea, has raced out of the starting blocks — but so has Brighton and Hove Albion.

If you think that this has a draw written all over it, then make sure you don’t miss our odds on the game ending 1-1, now at 6/1 (7.00) with the 2-2 priced up at 14/1 (15.00).

Crystal Palace has had no luck with the fixture list – after games at Liverpool and Arsenal, up next is a trip to Manchester City.

Not many will back an Eagles win — we’re offering the draw at 9/1 (10.00).

Manchester United fans are demanding the same level of energy at Southampton as they saw against Liverpool on Monday night.

United to be ahead at half-time at St Mary’s but the game to end in a draw is 11/1 (12.00).

Chelsea will be in trouble if they don’t overcome Leicester City, who is 9/1(10.00) to win in west London. Both teams to score is 19/20 (1.95).

Everton also needs a win, and it is 10/1 (11.00) to leave Brentford with a 1-0 victory.

Not too many people give AFC Bournemouth any hope at Anfield after their last two results.

If you’re backing the Cherries, they are 50/1 (51.00) to get any kind of win at Liverpool, despite the troubled Reds’ painfully slow first three weeks. 

West Ham has endured a dreadful start, and Aston Villa’s first three games haven’t been much better.

Will they cancel each other out? The draw is at 5/2 (3.5).

Wolves are another side who need to sort themselves out and they seem to be missing a goal-scoring touch. They face Newcastle next Sunday, and they’re priced at 9/1 (10.00) for to draw 0-0.

Nottingham Forest hasn’t looked out of place thus far, but it will take on Tottenham on Sunday.

Brennan Johnson grabbed his first ever Premier League goal last week, and if you think that he’ll get another on Sunday, he is on offer at 5/1 (6.00) with LV BET to score at any time. 

What a weekend we’ve got in store!

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