There are just five games on Saturday’s Premier League list, one of which is a 12:30 kick off so be prepared.
- Swansea City vs Liverpool
- Hull City vs Chelsea
- Sunderland vs West Bromwich Albion
- Watford vs Bournemouth
- West Ham United vs Middlesbrough
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|Defender||Arthur Masuaku||West Ham||£7.3m|
|Midfielder||Dmitri Payet||West Ham||£11.5m|
Swansea City vs Liverpool Preview
These are tough times in South Wales and Liverpool travel to face a Swansea team who have earned just one point from the last four league games. They find themselves just one point above the relegation zone and about to face a Liverpool side who’ve scored eleven goals in their last three games. Liverpool do concede goals still but the Swans seem unlikely to have the quality to score more than the Reds.
Attacking players and midfielders from Liverpool.
Hull City vs Chelsea Preview
After a flying start to the season, Chelsea now find themselves in 8th place in the Premier League after two defeats and a draw in three games. They now have the opportunity to get back on track with a visit to Hull who are in worse form – just one point picked up from four games, again after a decent start. Chelsea are odds-on for the win here and frankly they should be able to pull themselves together against a drifting Hull side.
Go for Chelsea players from midfield and upfront; only go for defenders if it looks like they’ve sorted their leaky defence out.
Sunderland vs WBA Preview
Sunderland are rock bottom of the league with just one point from six games; they were a tad unlucky not to earn a draw from their last match against Crystal Palace and now they face a West Brom side who have claimed some decent wins so far and are up in tenth place. It’s difficult to tell how this one is going to go and we’re inclined towards the draw if anything.
Go for points-scoring midfielders from either side and don’t forget Jermain Defoe.
Watford vs Bournemouth Preview
Watford and Bournemouth are both on seven points after six games and both sides have shown the ability to grab some unlikely victories against the bookies odds. At home we have to side with Watford who put three past Manchester United in their last match at Vicarage Road but they do always concede so bear that in mind.
Go mainly for Watford players but Bournemouth have high scoring players such as Adam Smith in defence and Joshua King up front who are worth a look.
West Ham vs Middlesbrough Preview
What is there to say about West Ham at the moment? They’ve lost five of six games so far and don’t seem to be getting any better and this week they face Middlesbrough at the Olympic Stadium. This is surely an ideal chance to put things right against a Boro team who have lost three on the trot so we’re going to go out on a limb and say this will be a Hammers win that brings the confidence back.
It’s risky but go for West Ham players from all positions.