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Premier League Predictions: Liverpool to beat Man United, Arsenal to put record straight


Chelsea 3-1 Leicester

@jameswalters6

Antonio Conte's men desperately need a win to stay in the title race even at this early stage.

Leicester have struggled to find their title-winning form of last season, partly because teams seem to have sussed them out.

I don't see anything but a Chelsea win in the early kick-off tomorrow.

Arsenal 2-1 Swansea
@LewisAWinter

Arsene Wenger's side have won five in a row and Swansea have lost five of their last six, so it's difficult to look past Arsenal tomorrow.

Swansea have a new manager in Bob Bradley and have a great record at the Emirates, having not lost since 2011, winning three of their last four there.

The Swans always score when they travel to N5 and they will give the 60,000 Gunners a nervous afternoon but the home side will just edge it.

PREMIER LEAGUE footballers are known to attract some of the most beautiful women on earth - and these stunning girls are the best of the lot.

Bournemouth 2-0 Hull
@LukeGardener82

There's just a point between these two sides after seven games in the Premier League and home form is likely to be crucial for both of them throughout the season.

Eddie Howe's men have more quality with the likes of Jack Wilshere and Callum Wilson likely to start and cause Hull problems in defence.

The Cherries have four points from their last two matches and I think another three points will be secured in comfortable fashion on Saturday.

Man City 3-1 Everton
@jameswalters6

This is a huge game for Pep Guardiola and his City side.

Can they bounce back from their disappointing loss at Tottenham before the international break?

City are sweating over the fitness of Kevin De Bruyne but if the Belgium star is passed fit, I think he can make the difference and push Guardiola's men over the line.

It's also a big game for John Stones, who faces his old side for the first time since his £50m summer move.

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DECISION: Will Pep Guardiola stick with Sergio Aguero?

Stoke 3-0 Sunderland
@LukeGardener82

Stoke and Sunderland have struggled to make any sort of impact in the Premier League so far this season.

They are 19th and 20th in the table with no victories between them. But that is all going to change for Mark Hughes' men this weekend.

The Potters squad should be nowhere near the relegation zone and I think they'll pick up a handsome win over the Black Cats who are too reliant on hitman Jermain Defoe.

West Brom 0-2 Tottenham
@LewisAWinter

Spurs are the only unbeaten side left in the league and they won't be relinquishing that record at the Hawthorns.

Despite Harry Kane missing through injury, they've proven they are genuine title contenders after beating Pep Guardiola's Manchester City last time out.

The Baggies have won just one of their last seven home games under Tony Pulis and not even Tottenham old-boy Nacer Chadli will help better that record tomorrow.

Crystal Palace 2-1 West Ham

@jameswalters6

West Ham come into this one in horrible form after their dismal start to the season and I expect their run to continue at Selhurst Park tomorrow.

Christian Benteke has found his feet will shine again for the Eagles.

He'll cause the confidence-stricken Hammers plenty of problems and the former Aston Villa man will get on the scoresheet.

Not even Dimitri Payet can save West Ham at the moment.

Middlesbrough 2-3 Watford
@LukeGardener82

This is a hard one to predict with Watford inconsistent but capable of a performance that can beat any team on their day thanks to the likes of Troy Deeney.

The Hornets proved that against Manchester United last month at Vicarage Road but will find it tougher away at Middlesbrough.

Both teams have conceded plenty of goals and this could be a high scoring affair.

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TIME TO SHINE: Man United's Paul Pogba

Southampton 1-0 Burnleyvv
@LewisAW

Burnley don't score many but also have a sol defence, so this is going to be a tight one on Sunday.

After two points from their first four games, Claude Puel has turned it around at Southampton, who are unbeaten in their last three.

Charlie Austin has scored in their previous two wins and I think he will do the business again to condemn his old club to their third away loss of the season.

Liverpool 2-1 Man United
@LukeGardener82

Liverpool are in sensational form, winning their last four Premier League matches and scoring 13 goals in the process.

Jose Mourinho's Manchester United will be looking to halt that run and will be encouraged by the fact the Reds have yet to keep a clean sheet this season.

Team selection could prove crucial under the lights at Anfield and I think Jurgen Klopp's attack comprising of Philippe Coutinho, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino will just earn them a victory.


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  • Premier League Predictions: Liverpool to beat Man United, Arsenal to put record straight

  • Chelsea 3-1 Leicester

    @jameswalters6

    Antonio Conte's men desperately need a win to stay in the title race even at this early stage.

    Leicester have struggled to find their title-winning form of last season, partly because teams seem to have sussed them out.

    I don't see anything but a Chelsea win in the early kick-off tomorrow.

    Arsenal 2-1 Swansea
    @LewisAWinter

    Arsene Wenger's side have won five in a row and Swansea have lost five of their last six, so it's difficult to look past Arsenal tomorrow.

    Swansea have a new manager in Bob Bradley and have a great record at the Emirates, having not lost since 2011, winning three of their last four there.

    The Swans always score when they travel to N5 and they will give the 60,000 Gunners a nervous afternoon but the home side will just edge it.

    PREMIER LEAGUE footballers are known to attract some of the most beautiful women on earth - and these stunning girls are the best of the lot.

    Bournemouth 2-0 Hull
    @LukeGardener82

    There's just a point between these two sides after seven games in the Premier League and home form is likely to be crucial for both of them throughout the season.

    Eddie Howe's men have more quality with the likes of Jack Wilshere and Callum Wilson likely to start and cause Hull problems in defence.

    The Cherries have four points from their last two matches and I think another three points will be secured in comfortable fashion on Saturday.

    Man City 3-1 Everton
    @jameswalters6

    This is a huge game for Pep Guardiola and his City side.

    Can they bounce back from their disappointing loss at Tottenham before the international break?

    City are sweating over the fitness of Kevin De Bruyne but if the Belgium star is passed fit, I think he can make the difference and push Guardiola's men over the line.

    It's also a big game for John Stones, who faces his old side for the first time since his £50m summer move.

    GETTY

    DECISION: Will Pep Guardiola stick with Sergio Aguero?

    Stoke 3-0 Sunderland
    @LukeGardener82

    Stoke and Sunderland have struggled to make any sort of impact in the Premier League so far this season.

    They are 19th and 20th in the table with no victories between them. But that is all going to change for Mark Hughes' men this weekend.

    The Potters squad should be nowhere near the relegation zone and I think they'll pick up a handsome win over the Black Cats who are too reliant on hitman Jermain Defoe.

    West Brom 0-2 Tottenham
    @LewisAWinter

    Spurs are the only unbeaten side left in the league and they won't be relinquishing that record at the Hawthorns.

    Despite Harry Kane missing through injury, they've proven they are genuine title contenders after beating Pep Guardiola's Manchester City last time out.

    The Baggies have won just one of their last seven home games under Tony Pulis and not even Tottenham old-boy Nacer Chadli will help better that record tomorrow.

    Crystal Palace 2-1 West Ham

    @jameswalters6

    West Ham come into this one in horrible form after their dismal start to the season and I expect their run to continue at Selhurst Park tomorrow.

    Christian Benteke has found his feet will shine again for the Eagles.

    He'll cause the confidence-stricken Hammers plenty of problems and the former Aston Villa man will get on the scoresheet.

    Not even Dimitri Payet can save West Ham at the moment.

    Middlesbrough 2-3 Watford
    @LukeGardener82

    This is a hard one to predict with Watford inconsistent but capable of a performance that can beat any team on their day thanks to the likes of Troy Deeney.

    The Hornets proved that against Manchester United last month at Vicarage Road but will find it tougher away at Middlesbrough.

    Both teams have conceded plenty of goals and this could be a high scoring affair.

    GETTY

    TIME TO SHINE: Man United's Paul Pogba

    Southampton 1-0 Burnleyvv
    @LewisAW

    Burnley don't score many but also have a sol defence, so this is going to be a tight one on Sunday.

    After two points from their first four games, Claude Puel has turned it around at Southampton, who are unbeaten in their last three.

    Charlie Austin has scored in their previous two wins and I think he will do the business again to condemn his old club to their third away loss of the season.

    Liverpool 2-1 Man United
    @LukeGardener82

    Liverpool are in sensational form, winning their last four Premier League matches and scoring 13 goals in the process.

    Jose Mourinho's Manchester United will be looking to halt that run and will be encouraged by the fact the Reds have yet to keep a clean sheet this season.

    Team selection could prove crucial under the lights at Anfield and I think Jurgen Klopp's attack comprising of Philippe Coutinho, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino will just earn them a victory.


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