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Check out our predictions below…

Crystal Palace v Luton

The Hatters have lost five games in a row but that doesn’t tell the full story.

Rob Edwards’ side have faced Liverpool, Manchester City and Aston Villa in their most recent outings, three of the current top four in the Premier League table.

Carlton Morris and company should find life easier against a bottom-half opponent on Saturday – the 28-year-old striker has scored five goals and provided two assists in his last seven league games.

The Eagles succumbed to Tottenham last time out but were boosted by the return of Eberechi Eze, who is likely to be fit enough to play 90 minutes this weekend if required.

It’s early days for Oliver Glasner which makes Palace difficult to predict but 39% of Score Predictor users have gone for a 2-1 home win at this stage – the most-popular prediction.

Luton have only mustered nine points on the road this season but we’re backing them to take something away from Selhurst Park.

Our Prediction: 2-2 draw

Palace are much better with Eze in midfield


Palace are much better with Eze in midfieldCredit: Rex

Arsenal v Brentford

The Gunners have won six league games in a row, scoring 26 goals and conceding just three in the process.

Mikel Arteta’s side have been in blistering form of late and it’s hard to envisage anything other than another comfortable win this weekend.

Brentford have taken just one point from their last four outings, albeit against tough opposition.

Arsenal have conceded the fewest league goals in 2023/24 and they’ve recently leapfrogged Liverpool to become the top flight’s top scorers as well – ominous signs.

The Bees famously beat Arsenal in their first Premier League meeting but the North Londoners have generally registered narrow victories in this match-up since.

Given that only the bottom three have conceded more goals than Thomas Frank’s side, the free-flowing hosts should have more than enough to get the job done.

Our Prediction: 3-0 to Arsenal

In fine form


In fine formCredit: GETTY

Aston Villa v Tottenham

This one has all the ingredients of a thriller.

Ange Postecoglou’s approach tends to result in goals at both ends while the Villains always back themselves to assert their dominance on home soil.

The hosts are fourth in the table with Spurs five points behind them in fifth with a game in hand – their records are very similar.

Villa have had the better of this fixture of late and will be aiming to make it four consecutive wins over the North London outfit on Sunday.

However, the visitors will be fresher as Unai Emery’s side face Ajax in Amsterdam this evening.

We’re inclined to sit on the fence in this instance…

Our Prediction: 2-2 draw

Son v Watkins is a mouthwatering match-up


Son v Watkins is a mouthwatering match-upCredit: Getty

Liverpool v Manchester City

A gargantuan match-up in the title race.

The Reds are one of just three sides in England’s top four tiers yet to suffer defeat at home but their immense record will be tested to the limit by Pep Guardiola’s formidable machine.

City have generally come unstuck at Anfield in recent years although they did win 4-1 on Merseyside the season before last.

This time around, it doesn’t feel as if either defence is equipped to withstand the quality of the opposing attacking unit, especially if Mohamed Salah is deemed available.

The defending champions rested several key players against Copenhagen in midweek and they will have an extra day to prepare for this crunch clash with Liverpool away to Sparta Prague tonight.

It will be interesting to see what line-up Jurgen Klopp goes with in the first of leg of the Europa League round of 16 tie.

The hosts have more injury concerns and one suspects the absence of Trent Alexander-Arnold may be a factor – the England international scored an excellent equaliser at the Etihad back in November.

Our Prediction: 3-2 to Manchester City

Salah looms large


Salah looms largeCredit: PA

Chelsea v Newcastle

The Blues 4-1 defeat at St James’ Park in November was arguably their worst performance of the season but plenty of Score Predictor users will have given up looking for patterns where Mauricio Pochettino’s side are concerned.

Chelsea are frustratingly inconsistent, as their league position (11th) lays bare.

They haven’t been good at home this season either, having won just five of their 12 league fixtures at Stamford Bridge.

Mind you, the Magpies haven’t had much success on the road – they’ve mustered just 11 points away from home.

Games involving Newcastle this season feature 3.8 goals on average but their lean away record combined with Chelsea’s underwhelming home record suggests a tepid stalemate of sorts.

Our Prediction: 1-1 draw

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