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Premier League fixtures, previews and tips – 3-5 November

Arsenal clash with Liverpool during Premier League Gameweek 11, while Wolves clash with Spurs

We’re greatly excited for this coming weekend, with televised games galore and they don’t come more intriguing than the tie at the Emirates between Arsenal and Liverpool.


AFC Bournemouth 12:30 Manchester United
Bournemouth are loftier than United at the moment, with Eddie Howe’s team full of goals and this should continue against a Red Devils side who are looking progressively better, especially with Anthony Martial in excellent form.

Bournemouth 2 United 2

Cardiff City 15:00 Leicester City
An emotional occasion for Leicester’s players and we might see an open game in south Wales, with Cardiff winning their previous game against Fulham by a 4-2 scoreline.

Cardiff 3 Leicester 2

Everton 15:00 Brighton & Hove Albion
Brighton are making themselves hard to beat and it’s now been three 1-0 wins on the bounce. Perhaps they can get something against an Everton side who are not yet the finished article.

Everton 1 Brighton 1

Newcastle United 15:00 Watford
Newcastle desperately crave that first win and it might come against a Hornets side who have been found wanting on the road on occasions this season.

Newcastle 2 Watford 1

West Ham United 15:00 Burnley
West Ham look like home bankers against a Burnley side who are conceding a lot of shots on target to opponents every game, with Marko Arnautovic expected to return to the team.

West Ham 3 Burnley 0

Arsenal 17:30 Liverpool
The Gunners’ winning run came to an end last week, with Palace scoring twice against Arsenal and that will encourage a Liverpool side ready to continue matching Manchester City stride-for-stride.

Arsenal 2 Liverpool 4

Wolverhampton Wanderers 19:45 Tottenham Hotspur
Wolves clash with a Spurs side who have been having to contend with a deluge of games although Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli will be relatively fresh and that could help swing things for Tottenham.

Wolves 1 Tottenham 2


Manchester City 15:00 Southampton
Manchester City’s defence is watertight and there seems little prospect of Southampton finding a way past them in this clash.

Man City 4 Southampton 0

Chelsea 16:00 Crystal Palace
Eden Hazard looks set to return and Chelsea were full of goals without him last week, with the Blues set to win this London derby against a Palace side who are shot-shy.

Chelsea 3 Crystal Palace 1


Huddersfield Town 20:00 Fulham
Both sides desperately crave a victory although Huddersfield can’t score at home and Fulham’s defence has been a laughing stock so far. Honours even then.

Huddersfield 1 Fulham 1

All odds were correct at time of posting.

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