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Premier League betting tips specials: Saka 15+ goals, Mbeumo to the rescue and high-flying Burnley

Can Bryan Mbeumo fill an Ivan Toney-sized hole, will Bukayo Saka fire the Gunners to glory and are Burnley the surprise package? Join us as we analyse the Planet Sport Bet specials.

Planet Sport Bet has launched a range of specials for each Premier League club this season, from points haul to top goal-scorers to assist leaders and more.
Here, we offer our thoughts on the standout markets for the first 10 clubs in alphabetical order.

Premier League betting tips specials

Bet: Bukayo Saka to score 15+ goals

Bet: Brighton 65+ points and 65+ goals

Bet: Bryan Mbuemo to score 15+ goals

Bet: Burnley to finish in the top-eight finish


Arsenal have likely strengthened their defensive resolve with the arrivals of Declan Rice and Jurrien Timber, but as the old saying goes, goals win games.
The Gunners netted 88 last season as they finished in second place on 84 points. If you think they can go one better, then a top-two finish and 90+ league goals is a tempting market.
They'll need to be firing on all fronts, particularly while Gabriel Jesus is absent. Bukayo Saka has increased his output three seasons running and should score 15+ this season.

Aston Villa

Unai Emery's side has made some shrewd additions as they look to build on a seventh-place finish while embarking on European football.
A first season at that level will stretch the squad and test their credentials, but the arrival of Moussa Diaby, Pau Torres and Youri Tielemans among others helps.
Ollie Watkins will have more service so 20+ goals is a possibility, while Villa could be battling it out to be the best of the rest alongside Tottenham, Newcastle and Brighton.

Brighton and Hove Albion

Brighton are another team that will need to balance the demands of the Premier League and European football, which shouldn't be a problem.

They must have a secret 3D printer that produces footballing gems, but how deep a run they can make remains to be seen without the likes of Moises Caicedo and Alexis Mac Allister.

Karou Mitoma's growing influence will be key and 10+ assists looks achievable. Equally, betting on 65+ points and 65+ goals would only require one more win than last season.


The Cherries survived comfortably despite losing their last four games of the season and we suspect they'll be comfortable again given the strength of the league.
They'll need to make sure they improve on their tally of 37 goals in 38 games to achieve that, so the addition of Justin Kluivert looks shrewd.
He's a juicy price to take the league by storm and score 15+ goals while Dominic Solanke, a more realistic selection, was involved in 13 last season.


Just one more win and the Bees would have secured European football last season, largely thanks to 20 goals from Ivan Toney.
There's a good chance they'll have to rely on a new top scorer this season with Toney set to miss 20 games, leaving Bryan Mbuemo with a clear run at it.
He managed nine last season and could flourish given the responsibility. He may also take penalties so backing the Cameroonian to score 15+ could be a good bet.


Burnley spent many years in the Premier League surviving by the skin of their teeth, but there's reason for optimism under Vincent Kompany.
Both Sheffield United and Leeds United finished in the top nine during their first season so the price for a top-eight finish is worth a punt.
Scoring was always the problem but this team creates lots of chances and Jay Rodriguez will get enough clear chances to score 10+ goals.


Chelsea have spent 15 months stockpiling the world's best players, but you can only field 11 of them and things don't always click.
Mauricio Pochettino has a massive job on his hands. By the time the season kicks off, it will be close to one year since they beat anyone other than relegation-threatened sides.

Reece James to assist 10+ league goals looks likely IF he can stay fit, while Christopher Nkunku might just be the 20+ goal striker they've been missing. Although his ongoing recovery from knee surgery could scupper that bet.


Crystal Palace

There was a time when losing Wilfried Zaha would have spelt relegation for Palace, but the development of Michael Olise and Eberechi Eze means they'll be fine.

That's not to say they won't find it tough, but a Roy Hodgson team should have too much structure against the competition.

The aforementioned names will be key and the standout special for us is Eberechi Eze to score 12+ goals. He scored 10 last term and is more important than ever.


Everton have thrown around money to poor effect in recent windows and are currently hamstrung by poor decisions of the past.

Sean Dyche is crying out for some goalscorers so the arrival of Arnaut Danjuma is helpful while the re-emergence of Dele Alli could eventually be a good thing.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin should be good for the 15+ goals quoted on Planet Sport Bet providing he can stay fit, which is always a question mark.


It's hard to place Fulham because so much of what they do centres around the big man up top. Will Aleksandra Mitrovic stay?

It's looking more likely than it was, but his departure would leave a gaping hole that would need filling, so don't go backing any goals-related markets or a top-half finish just yet.
Andreas Pereira looks like a player capable of 10+ assists but again, will Mitro be there to rise highest and nod his crosses home? We'll see.

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