19 October 2020 16:40

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The Premier League returned with more than just a bang at the weekend as several outrageous games will have had thousands screaming at their TV screen, every emotion present. And the drama is not over yet with two more Premier League fixtures to savour this evening. West Brom are chasing their first win of their top flight return season against Burnley who sit rock bottom with zero points after three games. The Baggies are struggling to defend at the top level having conceded more goals than anyone so far, despite having played one game fewer than most in 2020/21. Following that, Leeds host Wolves in an attractive clash between two sides brimming with attacking quality and a total disregard for defensive stability at times this season.

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Sign in Register Sign me up! Sign up to get alerts for football and receive television and entertainment email newsletters from our award-winning editorial team. You can unsubscribe at any time. For more information about how we hold your personal data, please see our privacy policy. Monday 19th October All UK times. Selected key matches. Live coverage: Sky Sports Box Office Competition: Premier League Kick off: 8pm Live coverage: Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / NOW TV Check out our relaunched Football Times podcast featuring special guests, FPL tips and match previews. For the full breakdown of what games are coming up check out our Premier League fixtures on TV guide. Advertisement If you're looking for something else to watch check out our TV Guide. Burnley FC in the Community, who run the Community Kitchen food bank located in Charter Walk, has seen a deluge of online donations come in during the past few days from a number of kind-hearted Clarets supporters. Supporters shut out from grounds due to coronavirus now have the option to pay £14.95 to watch each Premier League game not originally scheduled to be shown live on BT Sport, Sky Sports or Amazon Prime. The charge has come in for heavy criticism with a number of supporter groups encouraging fans to spend the money "helping those in need rather than lining Premier League pockets". Demand for the Burnley Community Kitchen food band has increased significantly since the start of the pandemic And generous Burnley fans have done just that; donating in their droves at a time when Covid-19 has seen demand for the food bank increase significantly. The Premier League game week comes to a close with two matches in the afternoon. West Brom and Burnley is a bit difficult to get excited for, but Leeds and Wolves could present us with some goals. In the evening we have a great MLS matchup of the New England Revolution and the Philadelphia Union, a top matchup in the East. These three games will lead us into an action packed week with the return of the Champions League and the Europa League. Until then, here are my picks for Monday: English Premier League West Bromwich Albion vs. Burnley - 12:30 PM EST If you are working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, this is not going to be a game that will distract you from your job. Burnley are the kings of boring soccer, and somehow find a way to hold opponents to low scores and back door covers if they do let a goal in. Manager Sean Dyche has been a pain for Premier League clubs to play against for years. West Brom are all too familiar, and after briefly leaving the Premier League for relegation they are back and look like the same old boring West Brom. West Brom has the slight edge in odds, but I like Burnley spread so we cash in on a draw or a Burnley win. The Play: Burnley +0.5 -170 - 1 Unit Leeds United vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers - 3:00 PM EST Leeds and Wolves have both slowed up on goal production their past couple of games. Leeds and Wolves both have high powered offenses, and neither boasts the most strong defense. The over/under is super low today and almost seems like it could be a trick line, but I would be absolutely shocked if we don't get at least two goals in this game. A win for either side pushes them into the top 6, with Leeds moving into 3rd place if they win. Let's hope this is the entertaining game today after the snoozer before it at West Brom. The Play: Over 2.25 Goals -145 - 1 Unit Major League Soccer New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union - 7:30 PM EST Philadelphia has not lost to New England in their last eight meetings, with 6 wins and 2 draws during that streak. The Union's three losses this year came against Portland in the 'MLS is Back' semifinals, as well as the Columbus Crew, and Toronto FC with whom they share the top 3. The New England Revolution are favorites in tonight's matchup. I usually do not like betting against the Revs as they have had some sneaky results this season, but Philadelphia spread is too good to be true. We ride with the Union tonight to keep moving our 2-0 streak in the MLS on Sunday! The Play: Philadelphia Union +0.5 -110 - 1.5 Units