Back Crystal Palace, Spurs, and West Ham to win in a boosted Premier League treble

London is calling this weekend with a trio of enticing Premier League matches on Sunday, but what are the chances of them delivering on a boosted Planet Sport Bet treble?

The Europa League has ensured a good spread of Premier League action across the whole of the weekend with London now hosting three crackers on Sunday.

Crystal Palace, Tottenham, and West Ham all host 2pm matches, and you can back them all to win in an exclusive boosted treble from Planet Sport Bet.

So, with London calling this weekend, what are the chances of the boosted treble delivering winnings for punters?

Crystal Palace vs Leicester City

Both teams will be going into this one looking at it as a genuine opportunity to inspire a change of fortune.

The season started off pretty well for Leicester. They won the Community Shield against Manchester City and picked up two wins from their first three Premier League matches.

Since then, though, the only point they have picked up was in a 2-2 home draw against Burnley, and that wasn't a particularly impressive performance either.

You could argue that their Europa League commitments haven't helped them. Their downturn in form coincided with the start of that campaign. It's fair to say that they haven't been going well in Europe, drawing at home to Napoli and losing away at Legia Warsaw.

Things haven't been going phenomenally well for Crystal Palace either. They have won only one of their six Premier League games so far, although three draws have provided some stability for now.

They were denied a second win of the season deep into injury-time against rivals Brighton last time out, but the signs were good on the night that new boss Patrick Vieira is starting to get his side into gear.

This one will likely come down to which Leicester City turn up. If it's the one from last season, you'd back them to come away from Selhurst Park with something.

However, there are precious few signals at the moment that the Foxes are even remotely close to clicking into gear, and that makes a home win look far more likely.

Tottenham vs Aston Villa

Only a solitary Premier League point separates these two sides on paper, but they feel very much on different trajectories.

Aston Villa have won their last two league games impressively, first dominating Everton at home and then carving out an impressive - if controversial - 1-0 away win at Manchester United.

There was always going to be question marks over how Villa would react to the loss of Jack Grealish this season, but the truth is they have absorbed it brilliantly.

They perhaps haven't wowed, but Dean Smith's men have been picking up points consistently and have only really been rolled over comprehensively by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Tottenham, on the other hand, have lost three Premier League matches on the bounce and they have grown less convincing in each one, although they weren't just beaten each time - they were walloped.

Cup competitions have provided some respite along the way. An EFL Cup win over Wolves and a 5-1 Europa Conference League thrashing of Mura have restored some belief, especially the latter which saw Harry Kane return to goalscoring form.

Aston Villa will, of course, provide a big leap in quality compared to Mura, but if Tottenham have Kane's head back in the game, they absolutely have enough quality to win this one.

West Ham United vs Brentford

There appears to be an incredible feel-good factor surrounding West Ham at the moment and with very good reason.

The Hammers had a brilliant season in 2020/21 and have backed that up with an equally impressive start to this campaign too.

In fact, they have lost just once in nine matches in all competitions this season. That was at home to Manchester United, and a frankly bizarre sequence of events was needed for them to even lose that one.

Brentford are having a fine start to life in the Premier League too, and they have amassed an impressive nine points from six matches.

They have not looked even remotely out of place at this level, and played their part in arguably the most thrilling match of the season last week when they drew 3-3 at home to Liverpool.

No matter what Brentford ultimately do this season, the one thing that is clear is they are not going to spend the whole season on the back foot.

They seem determined to come out fighting every week and go toe-to-toe with the opposition. That's brilliant from a neutral point of view, but West Ham will back themselves in an open contest against anyone right now, and you should too.

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