City Slickers: Back Man City, Leicester and Norwich to win in boosted 16/1 treble

Welcome the Premier League back by taking advantage of a great boosted treble from Planet Sport Bet.

The Premier League resumes this weekend following a break for internationals and Planet Sport Bet is celebrating that with a City Slickers special.

Manchester City, Leicester City and Norwich City all play at home, and are all equally desperate for points for very different reasons.

All three will be seriously fancying their chances too, making this incredible City Slickers boosted offer of 16/1 for Manchester City, Leicester City, and Norwich City to all win look very tempting. 

Manchester City vs Burnley

Of all the Premier League fixtures this weekend, this one is just about the only one that looks a real banker.

Manchester City have started the season as impressively as you'd expect them to given the abundance of quality at Pep Guardiola's disposal.

They carved out an entertaining 2-2 draw for themselves at Liverpool before the international break to extend their unbeaten streak to six Premier League games.

In contrast, Burnley are still winless this season and even failed to beat basement club Norwich at home in their last outing. And, on top of that, having seen skipper Ben Mee return to training after injury have now lost him to a positive COVID test.

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It is not the first time that the Clarets have made a slow start to the season, though, and Sean Dyche will be confident his side will be able to once again grind their way to Premier League safety come May.

However, the start of that upturn may have to wait another week. Man City are unbeaten against Burnley in their last ten games, winning nine of them. City have outscored Burnley 30-4 in that run.

Whichever way you want to look at it, it's very difficult to see any other outcome other than a Manchester City win here.

MATCH FACT: Man City have won both halves against Burnley in five of the last ten games between them at the Etihad.

Leicester City vs Manchester United

Jamie Vardy celebrates for Leicester City

There is no question that Manchester United are struggling right now, and that has put Ole Gunnar Solskjaer under growing pressure.

A one-point return from a two-game homestead against Aston Villa and Everton is just not good enough if you want to be seen as serious title contenders. The Red Devils certainly have something to prove this weekend at Leicester.

That may not be as easy as it sounds. Leicester City are having problems of their own after a slow start to the season, but they are still very well capable of hurting anyone in the Premier League.

They have also won their last two matches against Manchester United, including a 3-1 win at the King Power Stadium back in March.

Of course, Man Utd have Cristiano Ronaldo back in the fold now - when Solskjaer picks him at least - but it's defensive injuries that will be worrying them.

Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane are both going to be missing, and that could be significant if Jamie Vardy is in the mood.

MATCH FACT: Leicester conceded at least one goal against Man Utd in each of their last ten home matches against them.

Norwich City vs Brighton

Todd Cantwell looks on

Norwich City have, in recent years, become the very epitome of the dreaded yo-yo club. Always too good for the Championship, never good enough for the Premier League.

They began the season with six straight defeats and only picked up their first point just before the international break.

Context is perhaps important, though. Their opening four matches were against Liverpool, Man City, Leicester, and Arsenal. After that, it was always going to be how their confidence fared coming out of those fixtures.

That is still an unknown, but we are likely to know more soon given four of their next five games are ones they can realistically target to win.

Brighton won't be easy, of course. The Seagulls are riding high in the Premier League after taking 14 points from their first seven games.

That may be just a purple patch of form or it may be something more sustainable, but the international break should have worked in Norwich's favour here.

They will have had the chance to regroup and refresh their spirit, while Brighton may have be been knocked out of their impressive early-season rhythm.

MATCH FACT: There have been three or more goals scored in total in each of Norwich's last six home games

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