Our expert panel give us their predictions for this weekend's six chosen Premier League fixtures, including Chelsea v Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool.
(This article was originally published on 01.11.2022)
All three of our experts have been given two games each to predict, so let's first gauge the thoughts of Sam Matterface, who looks ahead to Manchester City v Fulham and Everton vs Leicester City...
Manchester City have scored 27 goals at home this season and Fulham usually score away. Even if City are struggling and stuttering on the road, they are dominant at home and I expect goals, with or without the goal-monster (Erling Haaland). A 3-1 home win.
Leicester went into pragmatic mode against Manchester City but I expect them to be more adventurous against Everton. The Toffees are the binary kings aren’t they – 10 of their 14 games have featured under 2.5 goals and both teams to score will have failed in eight of them.
Kelly Somers' picks come from Chelsea v Arsenal and Manchester United's trip to Aston Villa...
I am going for a draw at Stamford Bridge. I just can’t see Chelsea losing back-to-back games after losing at the Amex last time out. Arsenal just don’t seem to lose these games anymore though, so I am going for 1-1.
Unai Emery has a big job on his hands, and I think that given United’s improving form - having not lost since that disappointing derby day defeat against City at the start of October - they will win this one 2-1.
Inconsistent Saints versus consistent Newcastle. The hosts are struggling for goals and the visitors can’t stop scoring, so I am going for 2-0 Newcastle.
Two draws last season and I can see this one taking a similar path. Worryingly, Jurgen Klopp’s side are yet to win on their travels and they will be hurting on the back of the defeat at home to Leeds. I think a draw is the best they can hope for in this one!
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