We’ve got a Manchester derby on Sunday, along with Chelsea tackling Everton and Liverpool clashing with Fulham
Another ten Premier League matches coming up this weekend and we’re looking forward to several televised clashes including Sunday’s Manchester derby.
SATURDAY 10TH NOVEMBER
Cardiff City 12:30 Brighton & Hove Albion
Cardiff were narrowly edged out against Leicester and we’ll go for them to land a point against a Seagulls team who will also be happy with a draw in this clash.
Cardiff 1 Brighton 1
Huddersfield Town 15:00 West Ham United
Huddersfield enjoyed a morale-boosting win over Fulham but might find life tougher against a Hammers side who were full of goals when beating Burnley.
Huddersfield 1 West Ham 2
Leicester City 15:00 Burnley
An emotional atmosphere at the King Power Stadium and a strong determination from Leicester to record victory against a Clarets side who are struggling to stop goals being scored against them.
Leicester 2 Burnley 0
Newcastle United 15:00 AFC Bournemouth
Newcastle enjoyed a win against Watford but they could struggle against a Cherries side who seem to relish these kind of encounters and they might fill their boots.
Newcastle 1 Bournemouth 3
Southampton 15:00 Watford
Mark Hughes is under fire and this could be his final act as Southampton manager, although they might land a point against a Hornets side who can’t be trusted on the road.
Southampton 1 Watford 1
Crystal Palace 17:30 Tottenham Hotspur
Palace could be about to have another hard luck story to add into the mix, with Roy Hodgson’s side reliant on Wilfried Zaha and they face a Spurs side who have won six out of seven games.
Palace 1 Tottenham 2
SUNDAY 11TH NOVEMBER
Liverpool 12:00 Fulham
The floodgates could open for a Liverpool side who are capable of running riot against a poor team like Fulham, especially when you consider they put four goals past Cardiff in a recent match.
Liverpool 5 Fulham 0
Chelsea 14:15 Everton
Chelsea and Everton clash in what could be more evenly-matched than the odds suggest, with the Toffees capable of landing a point on the road.
Chelsea 2 Everton 2
Arsenal 16:30 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Arsenal are in a good situation and were good value for their 1-1 draw against Liverpool, with Wolves having suffered three consecutive defeats and unlikely to get much change from the Gunners.
Arsenal 2 Wolves 0
Manchester City 16:30 Manchester United
We’re expecting Manchester City to win this game comfortably and it should be noted that Manchester United have ridden their luck in recent games, with the home side having scored six in the past two games.
Man City 4 Man United 0
All odds were correct at time of posting.