Here, Sports Mole provides score predictions for all 10 Premier League fixtures this weekend.
Bournemouth vs. Manchester United (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Manchester United will look to make it four away wins on the bounce when they travel south to face Bournemouth in the Premier League on Saturday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men have enjoyed a desperately-needed resurgence since the international break, while Bournemouth will be hoping to rediscover some goalscoring form in front of their own supporters.
We say: Bournemouth 1-2 Manchester United
United appear to have rediscovered a sense of goalscoring touch in recent weeks, with several players - like Scott McTominay and Pereira - coming into form at a crucial time. Bournemouth will make things difficult for the Red Devils but the visitors, buoyed by the duo of Rashford and Martial, should find a way to secure a narrow win.
Arsenal vs. Wolves (Saturday, 3pm)
Meanwhile, Wolves, playing their fourth successive away match in all competitions, are keen to build a clear margin between themselves and the bottom three.
We say: Arsenal 3-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
While neither side will be particularly satisfied with their form in recent weeks, we expect home advantage to prove decisive here. Arsenal are in a position where they need to produce for their supporters, and that extra desire could be enough to see off the challenge of Wolves.
Aston Villa vs. Liverpool (Saturday, 3pm)
Premier League fans will be treated to a sneak preview of one of the EFL Cup quarter-finals on Saturday when Aston Villa welcome unbeaten league leaders Liverpool to Villa Park.
Two days after the clubs were drawn against each other for December's cup contest they will do battle in the league, with both sides coming into the game off the back of Wednesday wins which sealed their places in the last eight.
We say: Aston Villa 1-3 Liverpool
There are goals in this Aston Villa team and they should be able to breach a Liverpool defence which has tended to concede this season, but the home side's own defensive deficiencies are likely to be more ruthlessly exposed at the other end. It may not be as comfortable as Liverpool's last visit to the ground, but Klopp's side should go marching on ahead of next weekend's mouth-watering showdown with Man City.
Brighton vs. Norwich (Saturday, 3pm)
However, the Canaries make the trip to the Amex Stadium on the back of four defeats from their last five outings in the top flight - form which has left the club in 19th position in the standings.
We say: Brighton & Hove Albion 2-1 Norwich City
While Norwich will view this fixture as a good opportunity to end their poor form, Brighton will feel that they have the ideal chance to make headway up the table. We feel that home advantage will ultimately play its part, with the Seagulls potentially edging this contest by the odd goal in three.
Man City vs. Southampton (Saturday, 3pm)
Manchester City welcome Southampton to the Etihad Stadium on Saturday afternoon for the second time in just five days.
Pep Guardiola's side won Tuesday's game 3-1 to secure their place in the EFL Cup quarter-finals and consign the Saints to a fourth defeat in five games in all competitions.
We say: Manchester City 4-0 Southampton
While City have not been perfect this season, it feels as though this game has come at completely the wrong time for Southampton, who do not have the defensive solidity to stop the prolific attack of their opponents.
Sheffield United vs. Burnley (Saturday, 3pm)
The Blades have been one of the surprise packages of the 2019-20 campaign so far and will be looking to extend their recent good form against a Burnley side coming off the back of successive defeats.
We say: Sheffield United 1-1 Burnley
This may not be one for the football purists, but it is sure to be a hard-fought affair and it would be a disservice to both sides to suggest that they are all hard work and no quality. Sheffield United's home advantage could prove important if they can rouse themselves to the same level they did for Arsenal's visit, but we are predicting the two teams to cancel each other out.
West Ham vs. Newcastle (Saturday, 3pm)
The Irons have slipped down to 10th in the Premier League table following a four-game winless streak, while the Magpies sit just one point and one place above the relegation zone having amassed nine points from their opening 10 games.
We say: West Ham 2-0 Newcastle
Newcastle's lack of goals is a real worry for the visitors and it immediately puts them at a disadvantage going into most matches. West Ham are not in the best form by any means, but this looks like a good fixture for them to get back to winning ways in the Premier League.
Watford vs. Chelsea (Saturday, 5.30pm)
As for the Hornets, they remain in bottom spot having failed to record a win in their opening 10 matches.
We say: Watford 1-2 Chelsea
Lampard made the decision to play several of his regulars in the EFL Cup on Wednesday night, something we feel could have a bearing on this match. However, the Blues should have enough quality to edge out their hosts at Vicarage Road.
Crystal Palace vs. Leicester (Sunday, 2pm)
Palace have lost just one of their last five league games going into this match, while Leicester have won four of their last five including a record-equalling 9-0 humiliation of Southampton last weekend.
We say: Crystal Palace 1-2 Leicester
Leicester have won just one of their last 14 league games in London, but this is a team brimming with confidence who will go into every match believing that they can come away with all three points. Palace have been in good form themselves and will not be easy to beat, but we are backing the Foxes to carry on flying.
Everton vs. Tottenham (Sunday, 4.30pm)
The hosts go into the weekend sitting only two places and two points above the relegation zone, while Spurs are also in the bottom half having won just twice in the league since the opening day of the season.
We say: Everton 2-2 Tottenham
These are two sides low on confidence and in desperate need of a win, but we can see them cancelling each other out. Everton's home form has been relatively good despite their overall troubles at the moment, whereas Spurs have a truly dreadful record on the road which stretches back to January. It is a difficult one to call, but we are going for a share of the spoils.
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