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We cashed four from our five Premier League parlays and we want to keep the fire burning. This time it might be the obvious choice but why not take this opportunity to make it five from six?

Soccer Picks and Predictions for Matchweek 6: A Can't-Miss Parlay Centered Around Man City, Liverpool

We have some exciting Premier League matches coming up and Alex Campean is here to break them down for you with his picks. Come find out who he likes in these contests.

Everton vs. Liverpool

What a game against Newcastle… Let’s be honest, Liverpool was once again poor but they managed undeservedly to beat the Magpies 2-1 with a last-second goal from Fabio Carvalho. The Merseyside Derby is always a thrilling contest but Liverpool was in control last season when they won both games home and away scoring six goals in the process.

The Reds are still missing many key players and that’s one of the main reasons they are not playing their best football. They lost Jordan Henderson in the midweek action against Newcastle and they will also be without Ibrahima Konate, Naby Keita, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. The good news is that Darwin Nunez will be back in the starting lineup after serving his three-match ban and more than that Jurgen Klopp is also expecting Diogo Jota back on Saturday.

On top of that, without necessarily being a fan of his, Liverpool transferred Arthur Melo, a good passer who can give rhythm to the team, but we don’t expect him to start on Saturday. On the other side, Everton picked up their third point of the season after the 1-1 draw against Leeds but they are still winless in five games. Frank Lampard is the third favorite to be the next Premier League manager sacked.

While Everton has failed to score more than once in a game so far this season, we expect them to have a defensive approach and play for the draw. A draw would be gold for hosts given the circumstances. They have injury problems of their own with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Yerry Mina, Ben Godfrey, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Mason Holgate, and Andros Townsend all out for this clash.

With Nunez and Jota back, Liverpool will look a lot better in the final third and we expect them to return home with the three points. We even think Nunez will find the back of the net as a side bet at +120 with Unibet.

1st Parlay Pick: Liverpool ML & Over 1.5 goals in the match at -172 with Unibet

Aston Villa vs. Man City

The goal-machine Erling Haaland is on fire. The Norway international has scored nine goals in his first five domestic league appearances, a new competition record, surpassing Mick Quinn and Sergio Aguero. With 13 points picked up in five games, the Citizens are sitting second in the standings, trailing leaders Arsenal by two points. With Arsenal traveling to play Man United on Sunday, City could end the round as leaders, just before they kick off their Champions League campaign on the road against Sevilla.

They have the best attack in the league with 19 goals scored so far and they scored at least twice in each match this season keeping three clean sheets in the process. They will be without Aymeric Laporte until the end of September but Kalvin Phillips, Jack Grealish, and Nathan Ake are all expected to return from injuries. We also expect Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez to return to the starting lineup after being left on the bench against Nottingham.

On the other side, Steven Gerrard is under huge pressure and the scheduling is not helping him. With just a win and four defeats in five games, Villa is sitting 19th in the standings, two points above bottom-side Leicester who could leapfrog them if they beat Brighton on the road (not impossible but tough to believe).

Man City is amazing in the final third and should have enough to add three more points to their season tally. We expect them to cover the spread and score at least three on their own.

2nd Pick: Man City -1 at -200 with Unibet

Premier League Round 6 Parlay at +137 (Bet $100 to win $137)

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Alex Campean has been a soccer fan since 1990 when he watched the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy. He knows everything about the top 5 European leagues, Champions League and Europa League and he is well known for his “trade-mark” “Alex Classic” bet (both teams to score and over 2.5 goals in the match). He’s very disciplined, follows a strict set of rules, and has great bankroll management. He’s our European soccer specialist and he's having an average of 55 units of profit in the last 7 years with his soccer picks. He’s all about positive energy, respect, and long-term profit and if you ever hear “Alex’s last-minute goal” that means he did it again winning a bet in the last minute of the game, so never lose hope.


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