We’re all set for another pulsating weekend which features Liverpool clashing with Manchester City
We look ahead to the ten Premier League matches this weekend, with Liverpool meeting Manchester City in what should be an epic encounter.
FRIDAY 5TH OCTOBER
Brighton & Hove Albion 20:00 West Ham United
We’re excited to see if West Ham can continue their excellent run by winning at the AMEX Stadium and we think that attacking front three can help them outscore the Seagulls.
Brighton 1 West Ham 2
SATURDAY 6TH OCTOBER
Burnley 15:00 Huddersfield Town
Burnley are on a winning run after a losing one and we think the Clarets can grind it out against a Terriers side who are short of the requisite quality to stay in the top flight this season.
Burnley 2 Huddersfield 0
Crystal Palace 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Palace are hugely reliant on Wilfried Zaha and not performing too well, with Wolves looking like a bigger force in the Premier League and they can continue their strong start to the season.
Crystal Palace 0 Wolves 2
Leicester City 15:00 Everton
Leicester are going great guns and owe plenty to the attacking play of James Maddison who might celebrate his recent England call-up with a win over the Toffees.
Leicester 2 Everton 1
Tottenham Hotspur 15:00 Cardiff City
Spurs are likely to bounce back from their shoeing at the hands of Barcelona, with Cardiff unlikely to offer much resistance at Wembley.
Tottenham 4 Cardiff 0
Watford 15:00 AFC Bournemouth
The Hornets are a decent team who work very hard and they might claim the scalp of a Cherries side not renowned for keeping many clean sheets.
Watford 2 Bournemouth 1
Manchester United 17:30 Newcastle United
The Red Devils are in a lull and perhaps they will struggle to get a victory against a Magpies side who will come to defend and might leave with a point.
Man United 1 Newcastle 1
SUNDAY 7TH OCTOBER
Fulham 12:00 Arsenal
Arsenal are full of goals under Unai Emery and we think the Gunners might outscore a Fulham side with clear defensive frailties which need to be addressed soon.
Fulham 1 Arsenal 3
Southampton 14:15 Chelsea
The Saints are capable of holding a Chelsea side who have had a busy fixture schedule and Mark Hughes’ side will have seen how West Ham landed a point against them.
Southampton 1 Chelsea 1
Liverpool 16:30 Manchester City
A humdinger of a match in prospect and the Reds are likely to be matched by a Manchester City side who will be happy enough to leave with a point.
Liverpool 2 Man City 2
All odds were correct at time of posting.