There’s a fantastic eight Premier League games today and here they are:
- Manchester United vs Arsenal
- Crystal Palace vs Manchester City
- Everton vs Swansea City
- Southampton vs Liverpool
- Stoke City vs Bournemouth
- Sunderland vs Hull City
- Watford vs Leicester City
- Tottenham vs West Ham
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|Midfielder||Kevin de Bruyne||Man City||£11.8m|
|Forward||Sergio Aguero||Man City||£11.9m|
|Midfielder||Kevin de Bruyne||Man City||$9.0k|
|Forward||Sergio Aguero||Man City||$9.2k|
Manchester United vs Arsenal Preview
Manchester United earned a confidence-boosting 3-0 win at Swansea City last weekend but they’ve yet to prove that they are in the same league as Saturday’s opponents Arsenal. We could see an attacking Man Utd performance which would surely produce goals for either team or we could see the kind of spoiler tactics which earned them a draw at Anfield. Surely it will be the former in front of their own crowd.
Midfielders and strikers from either team.
Crystal Palace vs Manchester City Preview
Crystal palace are on a four game losing streak and can probably do without the visit of Manchester City, one of the title challengers on Saturday.City themselves though have won just one of the last four games, drawing against teams they really should have beaten so this isn’t a definite away win for them. Both sides almost always score so we’ll be avoiding defenders but City should have the majority of possession.
Midfielders and strikers from Manchester City.
Everton vs Swansea City Preview
Things are looking a bit grim right now for Swansea City – joint bottom of the league with 5 points from 11 games and six defeats from the last seven games; Bob Bradley has his work cut out to rescue this season and the games don’t get any easier, starting with this tough trip to Goodison park. Everton have faltered in recent games after a good start and this is an ideal opportunity to get three easy points in the bag.
Players from any position from Everton.
Southampton vs Liverpool Preview
Liverpool now find themselves a point clear at the top of the league after a string of impressive performances and they have the chance of more points this weekend with a trip to the south coast. Southampton have slipped back into mid-table after two defeats and a draw including a very disappointing loss away at Hull City. Liverpool will score so the Saints need to score more but that doesn’t seem likely on Saturday.
Midfielders and strikers from Liverpool.
Stoke City vs Bournemouth Preview
Stoke City finally woke up from their early season losing streak and now sit in mid-table, one point ahead of today’s visitors Bournemouth. Bournemouth are on the back of two losses and a draw and this looks like a very tough trip to the Britannia Stadium to face a Stoke team who are scoring goals and looking much more solid defensively.
Stoke players from all positions.
Sunderland vs Hull City Preview
Hull City are still five points ahead of Sunderland but both teams are in the relegation zone and it’s already looking like a long season for their supporters. On the upside both teams won their last matches so there is still some hope. Sunderland will be looking to build on ann excellent 2-1 win at Bournemouth while Hull managed a 2-1 win at home to Southampton.
Avoid this match except for Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe.
Watford vs Leicester City Preview
Three points and six league positions separate these two teams in the mid-table area and both sides have found it hard to put a winning (or even non-losing) run together. Watford were on the wrong end of a 6-1 thrashing by Liverpool last weekend and they’ll want to put that right in front of their home crowd and against the current champions. The bookies can’t make their mind up and neither can we.
If you need anyone from this match go for Watford midfielders for possession.
Spurs vs West Ham Preview
There’s a London derby at White Hart Lane on Saturday afternoon as Tottenham welcome West Ham; Spurs have drawn four matches in a row but are still up in fifth place while West Ham, following a brief resurgence, are still hovering dangerously just above the relegation zone. The home team should have too much quality for the Hammers.
Spurs players from all positions.