Another Saturday, another four Premier League fixtures all neatly divided for your viewing.

We analyse all four and offer you our best bets for the weekend.

West Ham vs Man City, BT Sport 1, 12.30pm

West Ham will be on a high after coming from 3-0 down to grab a late equaliser against Tottenham Hotspur last weekend.

And The Irons will be keen to carry that momentum as they look to go four games unbeaten in the Premier League.

Manuel Lanzini scored a sensational brace and is 6/1 to find himself on the scoresheet anytime with thepools.com - 20/1 to score first too.

Elsewhere, top scorer Sebastien Haller looks set to return to the matchday squad and he's 9/1 to score first.

City are heavy favourites at 2/5 with the hosts at 6/1 , so there is high expectation for the visitors to get a result.

No Gabriel Jesus and possibly no Kevin De Bruyne means they will have to rely on Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling for goals.

Sterling loves a goal against West Ham with the winger scoring eight in 13 meetings against the East London club and is evens to score anytime.

Aguero is favourite to score first at 14/5 .

Recommended tips:

Both teams to score first and draw - 9/2

Raheem Sterling to score anytime - Evens

Fulham vs Crystal Palace, BT Sport Box Office, 3pm

They might won at Old Trafford and beaten Southampton, but Palace are still muddling around in the lower reaches of the table - and one of the reasons is their sluggish starts.

Since the start of last season, no team has failed to score before half-time more times in the top flight than Palace (30 times).

Given that start, and Fulham's well documented difficulties in front of goal, the match to be drawn at half-time at Evens is an appealing tip.

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Fulham have got to half-time goalless in their last two outings, after trailing at half-time in their previous three - but despite a draw last time out they remain rock-bottom after their worst five-game start to a top-flight campaign since 1951/52 - when they were relegated.

Roy Hodgson's side are 17/10 to go on and win the match outright, with Fulham 7/4 .

Another draw is 11/5 , while Wilfried Zaha has scored four of Palace’s six Premier League goals and is 6/1 to open the scoring and 12/5 to score at any time .

Recommended tips:

Match drawn at half-time - Evens

Wilfried Zaha to score at any time 12/5

Man Utd vs Chelsea, Sky Sports Main Event, 5.30pm

With four wins and two defeats from their last six matches in all competitions, United head into Saturday's clash as form favourites - but only narrow betting favourites.

United are 7/5 with thepools.com to win at Old Trafford, with the visitors only slightly longer at 7/4 . But the venue is the issue. Each of United's two defeats this season have come at Old Trafford, the second an absolute mullering by Spurs. And Frank Lampard's men haven't lost on the road this season.

While United were winning in Paris on Wednesday night Chelsea were keeping a rare clean sheet at home to Sevilla. Prior to that they were shipping three goals at home to Southampton and with Over 2.5 goals produced in three of the last four meetings between these two clubs, Over 2.5 goals scored in all seven United matches this season and Over 2.5 in four of Chelsea's five games prior to Sevilla, Over 2.5 goals is just 8/13 .

Manchester United haven't struggled for goals this season.

United to win and Both Teams to Score is 14/5 and for Chelsea to do the same, 10/3.

Following on from his goal for Germany in the Nations League against Switzerland, Timo Werner scored twice in Chelsea's 3-3 draw with Southampton last weekend and he is 5/1 to score first today and 6/4 any time .

Recommended tips:

Utd to win BTTS 14/5

Timo Werner anytime scorer 6/4

Liverpool vs Sheff Utd, Sky Sports Box Office, 8pm

The Reds are an unbackable 1/4 to beat The Blades tonight. But with no Virgil van Dijk, and Adrian an uncertain stand-in for the excellent Alisson, will the Reds be able to blunt The Blades entirely?

Chris Wilder's side is still searching for a first victory of the season - but they have managed to score in their last two outings, while Wednesday's shaky clean sheet in Amsterdam was only Liverpool's third in nine competitive outings this season (including the Community Shield).

Liverpool kept a rare clean sheet in Amsterdam on Wednesday

Liverpool to win the match but Both Teams To Score is an appealing 7/4 price with thepools.com. Just for the record Sheffield United are a huge 10/1 to become the first team to win a Premier League match at Anfield in more than two years while the draw is 5/1 .

Recommended tip:

Liverpool to win BTTS 7/4