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To the disappointment of many, Brendan Rodgers was sacked by Liverpool before Tottenham had the chance to get revenge for all the stupid things he’s said about Spurs over the last couple of years. This is a game I would have been confident about had Rodgers still been in charge, but Liverpool will be confident under new management. The Reds have won the last five meetings between the sides, scoring at least three times in all of those games. Tottenham have been impressive at White Hart Lane so far this term and should score at least once. A score draw is probably a safe bet.
Bit of an obvious one - stick it on your Saturday accumulator. Surely, surely Chelsea can’t falter against Tactics Tim. The Blues have earned only eight points from eight league games so far this season, but they have won six of their last seven Premier League meetings with Aston Villa. If Sherwood somehow does pull something out of the bag, Chelsea could fall to consecutive home league defeats for the first time since November 2011. Here’s hoping, but it’s unlikely.
Everton will need to be wary of a Manchester United side dying to bounce back after their big defeat at Arsenal a fortnight ago. The visitors will keen to get off to a quick start, which could mean Roberto Martinez’s side hitting them on the break. Lukaku is the man in form for the Toffees; the Belgian is on the verge of scoring in three consecutive Premier League matches for the first time since October 2013. However, he has failed to find the net in six of his seven league appearances against the Red Devils. Will he experience a change of fate this time around? I wouldn’t bet against it.
Tottenham legend Saido Berahino has only managed two goals in the current campaign, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see him double that tally when Sunderland visit the Hawthorns this weekend. Sam Allardyce has won his first game as manager of the last four Premier League teams he’s been with. Regardless of that impressive record, this match may have come around too soon the Black Cats’ new boss to make much of an impact. The last three Sunderland managers have lost their first game in charge. The omens aren’t good for Big Sam.
Chelsea vs. Aston Villa - HOME WIN
Crystal Palace vs. West Ham - DRAW
Everton vs. Man United - AWAY WIN
Man City vs. Bournemouth - HOME WIN
Southampton vs. Leicester City - HOME WIN
West Brom vs. Sunderland - HOME WIN