AFC Bournemouth hosts the newcomer Sheffield United
AFC Bournemouth hosts the newcomer Sheffield United in a game from the first round of the Premier League. Let’s take a look at this fixture in our free football betting tips for the weekend.
Bournemouth managed to stay for another season in the Premier League and now they will try to do it again. The manager Eddie Howe turned the Cherries to a pretty solid team, which is usually moving around the middle of the table. This is what Bournemouth are hoping for again – a campaign without any worries for relegation.
On the market the Cherries showed ambition to improve the squad and they did it. The club spent 18 million euro for the Dutch winger Arnaut Danjuma, who was signed from Club Brugge. Meanwhile another 16,50 million was spent splashed for Huddersfield’s midfielder Philip Biling. Bristol City’s left back Lloyd Kelly and Luton’s right back Jack Stacey also moved to the Vitality Stadium. Liverpool’s winger Harry Wilson also joined the club via a loan deal.
Bournemouth are going to miss the centre back Tyrone Mings, who was sold to Aston Villa. Meanwhile the striker Lys Mousset moved to the club’s first opponent for the new season – Sheffield United.
Sheffield United returned to the Premier League and they will try to stay there. The manager Chris Wilder is aware that it’s a very difficult task, but not impossible, too.
On the market the Blades made some deals to prepare for the Premier League. The club signed Swansea’s striker Oliver McBurnie and we already told you about the Lys Mousset deal. Meanwhile the winger Callum Robnson was bought from Preston North End, while Luke Freeman was signed from QPR. Nottingham Forest’s Ben Osborn and Everton’s Phil Jagielka also signed. Maybe the most curious deal for the Blades is the one for Ravel Morrison – the former Manchester United starlet, who was regarded a future star. He arrives at the club from the Swedish side Ostersund.
These are our free football betting tips for the weekend for the Premier League clash between AFC Bournemouth and Sheffield United. Good luck.