Liverpool head to Stamford Bridge, while Manchester United have a tricky trip to Selhurst Park
Another weekend packed with Premier League football and we have seven matches taking place on Saturday. It starts with Chelsea v Liverpool at Stamford Bridge and we think it’s high time the Blues got back to winning ways.
Chelsea v Liverpool 12:45
Read our big match preview here, with Chelsea looking a good bet to claim three points against a Liverpool side missing key players in Jordan Henderson and Daniel Sturridge.
CORRECT SCORE: Chelsea 2 Liverpool 0
BEST BET: Chelsea to win @ 11/10 with BetVictor
Crystal Palace v Man Utd 15:00
The Eagles have lost their past two matches although they had previously won at Stamford Bridge and can get something against a Red Devils side blowing hot and cold. A win at Everton has been sandwiched by insipid performances against Arsenal and Manchester City.
CORRECT SCORE: Crystal Palace 1 Manchester United 1
BEST BET: Crystal Palace or Draw @ 20/23 with Coral
Man City v Norwich 15:00
Manchester City proved against Bournemouth that they don’t need Silva and Aguero to run up a cricket score. Norwich are without a clean sheet in their past five matches and are starting to feel the burn of the Premier League.
CORRECT SCORE: Manchester City 3 Norwich City 0
BEST BET: City HT FT @ 20/23 with Coral
Newcastle v Stoke 15:00
This could be a tight match, with the Potters looking to contain a Newcastle side that scored six goals in their last match at St James’ Park. It could be a game decided by the odd goal but hard to call either way.
CORRECT SCORE: Newcastle 0 Stoke 0
BEST BET: Under 2.5 Goals @ 8/11 with Sky Bet
Swansea v Arsenal 15:00
No Theo Walcott or Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain after the pair were injured at Hillsborough. Aaron Ramsey is also missing and Swansea will fancy their chances of pushing the Gunners all the way after a 2-1 win at Villa last weekend.
CORRECT SCORE: Swansea 2 Arsenal 2
BEST BET: Draw @ 3/1 with BetVictor
Watford v West Ham 15:00
The Hornets meet the Hammers, with both teams coming off the back of good results. Watford are tough nuts at home although West Ham are unbeaten on the road which means they could cancel each other out in this clash.
CORRECT SCORE: Watford 0 West Ham 0
BEST BET: No Goalscorer @ 19/2 with Betway
West Brom v Leicester 15:00
The Baggies look a touch big to beat a Leicester side with a never-say-die spirit although they do concede a fair few goals on the road. Tony Pulis will have a game plan to nullify Vardy and Mahrez, something which could yield dividends.
CORRECT SCORE: West Brom 1 Leicester 0
BEST BET: West Brom Draw No Bet @ 11/10 with Paddy Power
All odds were correct at time of posting.