Bookmakers will be braced for a barrage of Premier League accas on the opening weekend of the 2017/18 season after the big six teams were kept apart in the new fixture list.
A punt on Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham to all make winning starts could reward bwin customers with a pay-out of over 7/1.
United are 17/50 to get the better of West Ham at Old Trafford, Chelsea are 1/5 to beat Burnley at Stamford Bridge and Arsenal are 11/25 to pick up maximum points against Leicester at Emirates Stadium.
Of the three teams playing away, City (7/20) and Spurs (67/100) are expected to prove too good for new boys Brighton and Newcastle respectively.
Liverpool face arguably the toughest test when travelling to Watford, but they did do the double over the Hornets last season and are 3/5 in the early Premier League odds to prevail again.
Everton will be looking to build on last season’s seventh-place finish and they will also be popular with punters in the opening round of fixtures when entertaining Stoke at Goodison Park.
Anyone combining the Toffees with the big six in their Premier League accas will bump the odds up to just under 13/1.
New boys all face tough opening tests
Following their dramatic penalty shoot-out success in the Championship play-off final, Huddersfield have been handed a tricky trip to Crystal Palace first up and are 15/4 to start with a win.
Anyone fancying a treble on the promoted clubs to secure nine points between them will get almost £220 back for a £1 stake if the Terriers, Newcastle and Brighton all oblige.
The remaining two opening fixtures see Southampton host Swansea and West Brom entertain Bournemouth.
You can check out which clubs have the easiest and toughest starts to the 2017/18 campaign in our great infographic covering the first 10 rounds of Premier League fixtures.
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