12:00 Sunday

Stoke vs Watford – Over 1.5 goals

The first game of the day sees new Watford manager Slaven Bilic take his side to face Stoke. In his last stint in the Championship with West Bromwich Albion, he got the Midlands side promoted at the first time of asking, before struggling in the Premier League in the 2020/21 season. Joining a side who had just recently been relegated from the top flight, there is every chance he will want to improve their fortunes in the current division. They have won one game all season, failing to win away from home, picking up four draws and a defeat.

As for Stoke, their indifferent home form, which has seen them only win one of their first four home games, leaving them in the bottom half of the table. This would be Alex Neil’s fifth game in charge, picking up a win and two draws from his previous four games.

Both teams will be still learning their best side, more Slaven Bilic than Alex Neil, but with both sides having quality throughout, we could see a low scoring game. With uncertainty of how Bilic’s Hornets will line-up and play like, we’re going for over 1.5 goals in this one.

14:00 Sunday

Man City vs Man United – BTTS and over 2.5 goals

Our second game of the day is the first edition of the Manchester Derby this season. Manchester City are unbeaten this season, while Manchester United have won their last four Premier League games.

In terms of City’s record at home this season, they have won every game so far, scoring 16 goals in their first four games in all competitions, with 14 of those coming in the Premier League. They have been solid defensively as well, keeping the most clean sheets this season with four clean sheets, two of those coming at home.

United had a bad start to the season, following well documented defeats at home to Brighton and away at Brentford, but have turned it around, picking up four wins on the trot. That run included wins over Liverpool and Arsenal.

Despite City’s rampant 4-1 win against their neighbours last season, United have had a lot of success over the years at the Etihad, winning away in 20/21, 19/20 and 17/18. Both teams come into the derby bang in form, and with this in mind, we think going for both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is the safer angle here, as it is set to be a tactical encounter which either side could get the result they want.

16:30 Sunday

Leeds vs Aston Villa – Leeds win and over 2.5 goals

Leeds come into this game unbeaten at home in front of the Elland Road faithful. In their last game against Brentford, they suffered a dire 5-2 defeat: a throwback to last year’s lack of defensive stability and cohesion. Their brilliant start to the season has almost halted in the last few games, but with a longer than usual break following the death of the Queen and the international break, Jesse Marsch’s side have not played since September 3rd, and he will be keen to improve his sides form.

As for Aston Villa, they have improved in their last two games, picking up four points from a possible six against Manchester City and Southampton. Their away form is still something to be aware of, losing all three games on their travels, conceding eight goals and only scoring two.

The last games since Leeds’ promotion back to the Premier League between the two sides have gone Villa’s way, winning twice, with both of those coming at Elland Road. However, we think Leeds under Marsch are a much more defensively stable unit, whereas Villa under Gerrard have been less so, especially on the road. We think Leeds’ good form at Elland Road will continue, so we’re backing a Leeds win with over 2.5 goals in the game.

20:00 Sunday

Real Madrid vs Osasuna – Madrid win and over 2.5 goals

The final game of our Super Sunday acca sees league leaders Real Madrid take on 5th place Osasuna in Spain. Real Madrid have won all their fixtures this season in all competitions, with their most recent win coming against city rivals Atletico Madrid. However, despite this, they are yet to keep a clean sheet in La Liga, making them one of only five teams to do so.

Osasuna, who have usually sat around 10th or 11th in the last three league campaigns, are currently high flying in 5th place, after four wins from their first six games. The European Champions will prove a major test for them however, a side who they haven’t beaten, and failed to score against at the Bernabau, since their promotion from the Second Division.

Real Madrid have been on a hot winning streak on all competitions this season, and over 2.5 goals have happened in all their games this season, so we think Madrid to win with over 2.5 goals in the game is the angle here.