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Arsenal v Sheffield United
Since losing 2-1 at West Brom in November 2015, Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 21 Premier League matches that have kicked off at 15:00 on a Saturday.Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang starts a three-match ban but Arsenal seem to be back on the winning thread and should win this.
Arsenal to win @ 5/6
Brighton vs Aston Villa
Brighton are seeking to extend their unbeaten home record to three matches, having beaten AFC Bournemouth and drawn with Chelsea. Jack Grealish has scored in his last three matches against Brighton in all competitions, so he could easily be one for the first goalscorer but Villa seem low on confidence so I am going for another home win.
Brighton to win @ 13/20
Norwich vs Bournemouth
The bottom two sides meet at Carrow Road, with Norwich City hosting AFC Bournemouth for the first time in four-and-a-half years. The Canaries have shipped a league-high 45 Premier League goals this season. But no side have scored fewer goals than AFC Bournemouth’s 20 so this game is a bit of a conundrum and could easily be a draw which will not help any team.
Draw @ 5/2
Southampton v Wolves
Only Liverpool, with 30, and Manchester City, with 22, have won more points over their last 10 Premier League matches than Southampton’s 20 so they are really a team in form and Wolves have stalled a little in recent games. This is a home win and with Danny Ings in such fine form he could easily score first.
Southampton to win @ 7/5
Newcastle v Chelsea
Fourth-placed Chelsea are seeking to maintain their strong away form after winning seven of their 11 matches on the road and can do so at the expense of Newcastle who lay 13th in the league and have won in their last 4 matches.
Chelsea to win @ 8/15
Liverpool v Manchester United
Leaders Liverpool are aiming to extend their 12-match winning run and defeat a Manchester United side who are the only team to take points off them this season which shows the dominance of Klopp’s team this season. In fact, The Reds are unbeaten in 38 Premier League matches, the third-longest such run in the competition’s history.
Liverpool to win @ 1/3