There have been 11 rounds of Premier League action this campaign, with particular teams beginning to gather momentum and ramping up their tallies into respective fields such as cards, corners and goals.

This Premier League is designed to help you with your Saturday selections, working collectively to produce a Request-A-Bet for the weekend.

Here, Billy Lumsden dissects his best bets with the takeaways below:

  • Burnley have received four yellow cards in each of their last two matches against Chelsea and West Ham. The Clarets 18 yellows and three red cards. For that reason, 60+ booking points in the fixture may be good to go down., Which stands at 7/2 with Sky Bet.
  • Premier League Champions Manchester City have racked up an impressive 87 leagues from their opening 11 league games, averaging just under eight per match. They host their Manchester rivals at home, live on Sky Sports, and should have the lion's share of possession, as they normally do.
  • Wolves visit Unai Emery's Arsenal, who has conceded an average of six corners per game, and with the Molineux outfit's attacking prowess, they should make plenty of corners to whip up their defenders. A double on Manchester City 8+ corners and Wolves 6+ corners may be considered for Saturday, which is 7.4 / 1 in the Sky Bet market.
  • Although Liverpool have only notched six goals in their last four games, they remain the fourth highest scoring team in the Premier League behind Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City. They host a Fulham team who have slipped to the bottom of the Premier League after their defeat to Huddersfield. With Liverpool's formidable attack, Liverpool win, so there may be value-for-money in a Liverpool -3 handicap at 7/4.

Form your own opinions in accordance with the Premier League stats so far this season:

arsenal

⚽️ Goals: 25
🚩 Corners: 54
😬 Yellow Cards: 18
🔴 Red Cards: 0

Callum Wilson scores for Bournemouth against Manchester United

Callum Wilson is in fine form for the Cherries

⚽️ Goals: 20
Corners: 65
😬 Yellow Cards: 18
🔴 Red Cards: 1

Brighton

⚽️ Goals: 12
🚩 Corners: 38
😬 Yellow Cards: 24
🔴 Red Cards: 0

Sean Dyche watches his Burnley side in action

Sean Dyche's have picked up eight yellows in their last two

⚽️ Goals: 12
🚩 Corners: 33
😬 Yellow Cards: 26
🔴 Red Cards: 0

Cardiff

⚽️ Goals: 9
Corners: 46
😬 Yellow Cards: 15
🔴 Red Cards: 1

Chelsea

⚽️ Goals: 27
🚩 Corners: 64
😬 Yellow Cards: 9
🔴 Red Cards: 0

Crystal Palace

⚽️ Goals: 8
🚩 Corners: 55
😬 Yellow Cards: 19
🔴 Red Cards: 1

Everton's Richarlison celebrates his goal v Brighton

Everton's Richarlison netted a brave last time out

⚽️ Goals: 19
Corners: 69
😬 Yellow Cards: 14
🔴 Red Cards: 2

Fulham

⚽️ Goals: 11
🚩 Corners: 44
😬 Yellow Cards: 20
🔴 Red Cards: 1

Huddersfield

⚽️ Goals: 5
🚩 Corners: 44
😬 Yellow Cards: 16
🔴 Red Cards: 1

Jamie Vardy sees red for Leicester against Wolves

Leicester have received the most red cards this season

⚽️ Goals: 17
Corners: 57
😬 Yellow Cards: 18
🔴 Red Cards: 3

Liverpool

⚽️ Goals: 21
Corners: 59
😬 Yellow Cards: 11
🔴 Red Cards: 0

Manchester City

⚽️ Goals: 33
Corners: 87
😬 Yellow Cards: 13
🔴 Red Cards: 0

Anthony Martial: The 22-year-old's talks with Man United over a new contract have been progressing

Martial has hit five in his last four for the Red Devils

⚽️ Goals: 19
Corners: 65
😬 Yellow Cards: 23
🔴 Red Cards: 2

Newcastle

⚽️ Goals: 7
Corners: 58
😬 Yellow Cards: 12
🔴 Red Cards: 1

Southampton

⚽️ Goals: 7
Corners: 57
😬 Yellow Cards: 21
🔴 Red Cards: 1

Harry Kane celebrates putting spurs ahead at Huddersfield Town

Harry Kane is in all competitions at the moment

⚽️ Goals: 19
Corners: 50
😬 Yellow Cards: 16
🔴 Red Cards: 0

Watford

⚽️ Goals: 16
Corners: 63
😬 Yellow Cards: 25
🔴 Red Cards: 1

West Ham

⚽️ Goals: 13
Corners: 52
😬 Yellow Cards: 27
🔴 Red Cards: 1

Jonny (left) celebrates his goal for Wolves against Southampton

Wolves look to bounce back at the Emirates

⚽️ Goals: 11
Corners: 67
😬 Yellow Cards: 17
🔴 Red Cards: 0

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