Newcastle vs. Man City (Saturday, 12.30pm)
We say: Newcastle 0-2 Manchester City
The pressure is on City once again due to Liverpool's stunning form, and Newcastle's home form this season has been strong. Guardiola's side know how to win these type of matches, though, and we fancy them to pick up an important three points in Saturday's early start.
Burnley vs. Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3pm)
The Eagles will be hoping for a positive result to end their current run of poor form, having not won in their last five games, losing four of those.
We say: Burnley 1-1 Crystal Palace
Burnley are in their stride at present but have a poor recent record against the Eagles, who have been better of late than their results show. The two sides are similar in their approach to the game and could well cancel each other out at Turf Moor.
Chelsea vs. West Ham (Saturday, 3pm)
Meanwhile, the Hammers make the short trip across London having failed to record victory in any of their last eight matches in all competitions.
We say: Chelsea 2-2 West Ham United
While West Ham have endured a dismal run of form, we cannot help but think that this is the perfect fixture to get back on track. With Chelsea's backline still looking wide open, we feel that these two rivals will play out an entertaining draw at Stamford Bridge.
Liverpool vs. Brighton (Saturday, 3pm)
Liverpool switch their focus back to the Premier League on Saturday when they welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to Anfield.
The Reds remain eight points clear at the top of the table having dropped only two of the 39 points on offer so far this season, but were held to a 1-1 draw in front of their own fans by Napoli on Wednesday night.
We say: Liverpool 2-0 Brighton
Everything points to a Liverpool win in this match, and there could even be a long overdue clean sheet to boot. The Reds have not been blowing teams away this season and Brighton are organised enough to make this another difficult match, but it should at least be victory by more than a one-goal margin for the league leaders.
Tottenham vs. Bournemouth (Saturday, 3pm)
The Portuguese will be hoping for another win against a Cherries side that have lost their last two games.
We say: Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 Bournemouth
Tottenham have an excellent track record against Bournemouth, who are plagued by injuries and suspensions and have lost their last two. It should be a simple third victory for Mourinho - and possibly a first clean sheet, given that the Cherries have never scored against Spurs away from home.
Southampton vs. Watford (Saturday, 5.30pm)
Watford are currently bottom of the table with just eight points from their 13 matches, while Southampton sit just one spot above the Hornets with just one more point.
We say: Southampton 2-1 Watford
Southampton were excellent against Arsenal last time out and on another day would have collected all three points. Watford have actually picked up four points from their last two Premier League away games, but we fancy Hasenhuttl's side to record a huge win in front of their own supporters.
Norwich vs. Arsenal (Sunday, 2pm)
Arsenal take on Norwich City in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon with Freddie Ljungberg taking charge of his first game since replacing Unai Emery on an interim basis.
We say: Norwich City 2-2 Arsenal
Given the upheaval at Arsenal, it is difficult to predict who will prevail on Sunday afternoon. However, Norwich will feel that they need to take advantage of the poor form of the Gunners, and we feel that they will do enough to claim a point.
Wolves vs. Sheffield United (Sunday, 2pm)
However, just four points separate Wolves and 14th-placed Newcastle United, which keeps the pressure on these two teams to maintain their recent good form.
We say: Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-2 Sheffield United
Having had a full week to prepare for this fixture, the visitors will feel that they are well equipped to earn at least a point at Molineux. However, so far, Wolves have shown that they are capable of coping with the demands of European football, and they could do enough to grind out a share of the spoils.
Leicester vs. Everton (Sunday, 4.30pm)
The Foxes are currently second in the Premier League table following a fine start to the campaign, but Everton sit down in 16th spot having lost seven of their 13 league outings this term.
We say: Leicester 2-0 Everton
The Premier League seems to throw up surprise results at this stage of the season, but it is difficult to back against a home win this weekend when considering the form of both teams heading into the clash.
Silva was actually sacked as Watford manager following a 2-0 loss at Leicester back in January 2018, and the Toffees boss would be under severe pressure if another defeat arrived on Sunday.
Man Utd vs. Aston Villa (Sunday, 4.30pm)
Manchester United will be looking to return to winning ways when they welcome Aston Villa to Old Trafford in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are currently ninth in the table on 17 points, while Villa sit 15th having collected 14 points from their opening 13 matches of the 2019-20 campaign.
We say: Man United 2-0 Aston Villa
The fact that Solskjaer rested almost all of his first-team players for Thursday's clash with Astana will stand the home side in good stead heading into this match. Villa are certainly capable of causing problems at Old Trafford, but we fancy the Red Devils to return to winning ways in front of their own supporters.
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