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This weekend’s game
This week’s game is already LIVE! So, let’s take a closer look at the featured matches where we will make our predictions this week…
Q1. Manchester United completed an incredible comeback against Southampton in their last Premier League fixture. Will the Red Devils beat West Ham United this week?
Manchester United looked dead and buried when they fell 2-0 behind to Southampton on Sunday, but somehow Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side found it within them to score three second half goals to take three points away from St. Mary’s.
United have looked pretty good on the road this season, but at Old Trafford their form tells a different story. Manchester United have recorded just one Premier League home win so far this season, and with fifth-placed West Ham United visiting the Theatre of Dreams on a three-match winning streak, the Red Devils face a difficult challenge on Saturday night.
Q2. Chelsea meet Leeds United in the Premier League on Saturday night. Will there be an odd or even number of goals scored?
Despite operating at different ends of the country, Chelsea and Leeds United have a feisty rivalry that goes back to the 1970s – watch the 1970 FA Cup final between these sides on YouTube to get a full flavour of the ill feeling between these clubs.
Their rivalry is rekindled at the weekend, with Marcelo Bielsa’s side visiting Stamford Bridge on Saturday night. Leeds managed to take three points from Goodison Park in their previous Premier League outing, can they get another away win this weekend?
The Whites have been involved in eight Premier League games with the total goals number being an odd number this season. Only one of their games has had an even number of total goals, whilst their recent goalless draw with Arsenal will have counted as an even number for PREM5 players.
Q3. We will be treated to the first North London derby of the season on Sunday. Will there be three or more goals in Tottenham Hotspur’s match with Arsenal?
It’s always a big occasion when Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur face off in North London, but this weekend will be extra special, with a limited number of Spurs fans able to watch the match from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak.
Jose Mourinho’s Spurs side are faring far better than their rivals in the Premier League this season, but Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta will be able to ease the mounting pressure on him with a derby win on their rivals’ turf.
You have to go back to 2018 to find the Gunners’ most recent North London Derby win, with Spurs winning two of the subsequent four matches between the sides. Three of the last four Premier League games between these rivals have yielded three or more goals.
Q4. Liverpool take on Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League this season. Will the current champions Liverpool score a goal in each half against Wolves?
Liverpool have dealt with their growing injury list and relentless schedule very well up to now, with Jurgen Klopp’s side confirming their place in the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League with a win over Ajax on Tuesday.
The Reds are also joint-top of the Premier League, and will hope to move clear of Spurs with a win over Wolverhampton Wanderers this weekend.
Klopp’s side have won each of their last seven Premier League fixtures against Wolves, such is their dominance in this fixture – and with goals from Jordan Henderson and Roberto Firmino, the Reds scored a goal in each half of the most recent meeting between these sides.
Q5. Leicester City suffered a shock defeat to newly-promoted Fulham last time out. Will the Foxes score two or more goals against Sheffield United this weekend?
It was one of the biggest shocks of the Premier League season so far, and in part it meant that 14 Prem5 players fell at the final hurdle of last week’s game – but you would expect Leicester City to bounce back from their defeat to Fulham with a win over Sheffield United this weekend.
The Blades have just one point to their name, after ten top-flight games this season, and have to go all the way back to 2008 to find their most recent win over the Foxes.
Brendan Rodgers’ side have won their last five games against Sheffield United in all competitions, averaging two goals scored per game. The question is, will Leicester find their shooting boots at Bramall Lane this weekend, just a matter of days after a long UEFA Europa League trip to Ukraine?