The Premier League is back this weekend on Match Day 10. A good number of games will go down, and below are my predictions for the matches that will be played in the EPL this weekend.
Leicester vs Arsenal (12:30PM): These two teams enter Saturday’s match with their best form of the season, but they are both stuck in mid-table with 14 Premier League points. Each team, obviously, has its own set of flaws.
While Arsenal have struggled to produce chances on a consistent basis, Leicester have been unable to stem the torrent of chances that have besieged them each week-only Burnley have conceded more shots this season than Leicester’s 145. Arsenal will triumph in this match.
Newcastle vs Chelsea (3PM): Jones will be anxious to give the Newcastle fans something to cheer about as the club searches for a new manager, but Chelsea will exploit the hosts’ defensive flaws.
Chelsea will win this match. Tuchel’s side showed no mercy against Norwich and are sure to do so again here.
Liverpool vs Brighton (3PM): This season, Liverpool has been unstoppable in attack, led by the unstoppable Mohamed Salah.
They’re sure to batter Brighton’s goal in front of the Anfield fans. A draw appears unlikely, though Potter’s team will fancy their chances of overcoming Liverpool’s defence. This match will be won by Liverpool.
Manchester City vs Crystal Palace (3PM): Palace’s inability to close the back door away from home is certain to be a factor in their collapse this weekend, especially with City having ran wild at the Etihad so far this season.
There’s no denying Vieira’s squad at Selhurst Park is full of young talent, but I don’t expect any surprises on the blue side of Manchester. This match will be won by Manchester City.
Tottenham vs Manchester United (5:30PM): Tottenham Hotspur are on a fantastic run at home and will welcome the opportunity to meet United in their current form.
Manchester United’s defence has been leaky, and with Raphael Varane out injured and Paul Pogba suspended, there’s little reason to believe they’ll be any better here. Spurs will seek to capitalize on their lack of confidence, like they did in the equivalent encounter last season. This match will be won by Tottenham Hotspur.
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