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Manchester City v Liverpool

The weekend's main event gets us underway this Saturday lunchtime.

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Pep Guardiola's side are currently top of the table, one point ahead of Jurgen Klopp's mob, and most of the the recent meetings between these two enterprising sides have been thrilling affairs.

The treble-winners won this same fixture 4-1 last season but fans of both sides would probably agree the Reds are more functional this this campaign.

Saying that, City average a shade under two and a half goals per league game against Liverpool at home since the start of 2020.

The hosts have kept a clean sheet in just one of their last six league games and they shipped four to Chelsea last time out so the likes of Mohamed Salah, Darwin Nunez and Luis Diaz will feel confident of some success in the final third.

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Our Prediction: 3-2 to Man City

Newcastle v Chelsea

Were it not for the clash at the Etihad, this could easily have been the standout fixture of the weekend.

St James' Park is a difficult place to go but the Magpies felt the impact of their injury list away to Bournemouth in their most recent encounter, a 2-0 defeat on the south coast saw them drop to seventh.

Mauricio Pochettino's men will have taken much heart from their games against Spurs and City – four points from those two match-ups represents something of a turning point.

There's nothing between these two in the form guide with both clubs having won two, drawn two and lost one in their last five.

Injury updates from Eddie Howe's press conference may change the outlook but for now…

Our Prediction: 1-1 draw

Brentford v Arsenal

The Gunners have scored seven more goals than the Bees this season but the underlying numbers suggest the two attacking units are closer than some would expect.

Thomas Frank's side have actually generated more expected goals (xG) than Arsenal, meaning they're marginally ahead from a creative perspective but notably less clinical when it comes to putting the ball in the net.

There's a big difference in defence though as Mikel Arteta's side are statistically the best the top flight has to offer right now, having conceded ten goals from 9.2 expected goals allowed.

Brentford's slightly inefficient attack against the league's tightness defence should favour the visitors but we still fancy the hosts to give their fans something to celebrate.

All that being said, Arsenal are one point off top spot while Brentford are in the bottom half so we're inclined to back Bukayo Saka and company to get the job done on the road.

Our Prediction: 2-1 to Arsenal

Tottenham v Aston Villa

Another fascinating match-up on paper.

Only City have scored more goals than the Villains this season but Unai Emery's men are nowhere near as potent away from home.

Ange Postecoglou's side are equally dynamic in attack at full capacity but, like Newcastle, they're hindered by a host of absentees with James Maddison and Micky van de Ven being major losses.

Spurs' injuries and Villa's away record suggest both sides may be short of their best on Sunday but this game still has all the makings of another end-to-end thriller.

The prospect of Ollie Watkins and Moussa Diaby against a high defensive line is an enticing one but we could just as easily see Son Heung-min running in behind Ezri Konsa and Pau Torres.

Our Prediction: 2-2 draw

Everton v Manchester United

The Toffees' recent points deduction should give this clash a unique atmosphere.

Sean Dyche will hope to make use of a siege mentality at Goodison Park to extend his side's improved form – they've lost just one of their last six games in all competitions.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has rediscovered something close to his most effective form, backed by an energetic midfield that is capable of upsetting teams prone to capitulations, which has to include this current version of the Red Devils.

Erik ten Hag's have actually won four of their last five league games but unconvincing performances against Luton, Fulham and Sheffield United failed to inspire much confidence.

Recent blow-ups against Copenhagen, Man City, a second-string Newcastle (Carabao Cup) and Galatasaray have put the Dutch tactician under pressure.

The combination of a highly-motivated Everton at home to a United side with a vulnerable underbelly leads us to a semi-bold prediction.

Our Prediction: 2-1 to Everton

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