- CRYSTAL PALACE VS LIVERPOOL (15:30 EAT)
In this Saturday early kick-off, we see a Crystal palace side that has drawn its last two games and been unfortunate in some stages of their previous games, not forgetting Liverpool FC who are also in confusing form with a late win in their previous game and a draw. But the Kops have lost just one in their last 8 visits to London.
Hope see more star performances from Eberechi Eze, Wilfred Zaha on Crystal Palace’s side and the Kops end Diego Jota, Sadio Mane and their top scorer Mohammed Salah look to make a difference to better their away form after drawing last three games away from Anfield. Crystal Palace lies 12th on the League table with 18 points and they grab a win can go 10th other factors left constant while Liverpool are top and if they win they will remain top of the League.
SOUTHAMPTON VS MANCHESTER CITY (17:00 EAT)
This is a game that is going to be played at the South Coast with an on-form Southampton that previously collected one point at the Emirates against Arsenal FC in the last game through a goal scored by Theo Walcott they meet a Pep Guardiola Manchester City side that has been struggling with consistency in their results this season after that disappointing draw against a West Bromwich Albion that just sacked their head coach Slaven Bilic.
This will be the 47th game between the two teams with the home side winning 21 to City’s 14 with 11 draws in all competitions including that Saints win in their last game. Manchester City have a boost in the complete recovery of their record goal scorer in the League Sergio Aguero who is undoubtedly one of the best finishers in World football but look like they will face lots of problems with the South coast’s attacking options in Che Adams, Danny Ings and Theo Walcott in the transactions.
- EVERTON VS ARSENAL (20:30 EAT)
As both Carlo Ancelotti and Mikel Arteta mark exactly one year in their respective teams, the blues at home face a gunners side that has looked to be short on both discipline, quality and confidence in recent times with three red cards in five games and couple of key injuries like that of Thomas Partey who is still sidelined and David Luiz who came back in their previous game which they drew against Southampton at home while Everton had a slip in form previously but are now back at it as they have won their last two games, against at home to Chelsea and away to Leceister City.
They will be without both their creative payers in James Rodriguez and Lucas Digne and Arsenal will also not have Granit Xhaka and Gabriel Magalhaes due suspension. Most of the eyes should be on Dominic Calvert Lewin the toffes big man upfront that will cause lots of problems for the Gunners defenders in Rob Holding and David Luiz. Everton is 5th on the log with 23 points and Arsenal lies 15th with 14 points.
- NEWCASTLE VS FULHAM (22:15 EAT)
The Magpies had a tough mid week against an attacking Leeds United team that put five past them but this time round face a resilient Fulham that has gained confidence on the their way with their possessing game though had the need to be defensive in their previous games against sides that possess the ball more than they do in Brighton Hove & Albion and Liverpool FC.
Newcastle have lost and won in their game unlike the West London side who have drawn both their last two. According to the last meetings, Fulham look to be having an upper hand with 11 wins, 6 losses and 2 draws. Fulham lie 18th on the Log with 9 points and the home side lies 14th with 16 points.
There are more games in the English Premier League tomorrow which include;
- Brighton VS Sheffield United
- Tottenham VS Leceister City
- Manchester United VS Leeds United
- West Brom VS Aston Villa