Premier League predictions: Liverpool run riot, Phil Foden and Bruno Fernandes on fire

Premier League predictions: Liverpool run riot, Phil Foden and Bruno Fernandes on fire
Premier League predictions: Liverpool run riot, Phil Foden and Bruno Fernandes on fire

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - SATURDAY: Norwich City v Brighton (Kick-off 3.30pm UAE): With survival hopes fading fast, bottom-of-the-pile Norwich face three games in a row against relegation rivals: Brighton (home), Watford (away) and West Ham (home). Four defeats on the trot have left the Canaries staring down the barrel of a quick return to the Championship. Brighton had enjoyed a decent restart to the season until they were hammered 3-0 at home by Manchester United in their last match. Norwich to end their losing streak but fail to get the three points they so desperately need. Prediction: Norwich 1 Brighton 1. EPA

Leicester City v Crystal Palace (6pm): Leicester are stumbling towards the finishing line after running such a fine race right up until the Coronavirus-enforced hiatus. Since the restart, goals and points have been hard to come by for Brendan Rodgers' side as they try to hang on to a top four spot. They have secured just two points from a possible nine, scoring two goals, while top scorer Jamie Vardy has found the net just twice this year - against Aston Villa in March. Palace have lost their last two games but are safe and sound in mid-table with nothing to play for - should be the perfect chance for Vardy to find his shooting boots again. Leicester 3 Crystal Palace 1. EPA

Manchester United v Bournemouth (6pm): With Leicester and Chelsea - third and fourth in the table, respectively - both losing their last games, fifth place United were able to narrow the gap at the top. Bruno Fernandes has been at the heart of the rejuvenated Red Devils since his January arrival and the midfielder grabbed two goals and the man-of-the-match award in their impressive 3-0 win against Brighton last time out. Bournemouth, meanwhile, are in free fall and seem destined for the drop. They were humiliated 4-1 by Newcastle on Wednesday and have suffered 16 defeats in their past 21 Premier League matches. They also now face a run of matches against top-eight sides in United, Tottenham, Leicester and Manchester City. Prediction: Manchester United 4 Bournemouth 0. AFP

Wolves v Arsenal (8.30pm): A massive game for both clubs. Wolves are in fine fettle having won all three of their games since the restart, without conceding a goal, which means they are right in the mix for a top-four spot. But those wins all came against relegation candidates - in West Ham, Bournemouth and Aston Villa - and Arsenal are a far tougher proposition. Mikel Arteta's side have won two in a row themselves - with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scoring a brace in their last match; a 4-0 win over Norwich - and if they can make it three, the Gunners will have dragged themselves right back into European contention. Prediction: Wolves 1 Arsenal 2. Getty

Chelsea v Watford (11pm): Blues manager Frank Lampard was not a happy man after their surprise defeat at West Ham on Wednesday, saying his team "have to be better than that", if they want to seal a Champions League spot. He will be seeking an immediate reaction against a Watford side battling to stay in the top-flight. The Hornets have taken one point from a possible 12 and will need to find some of the sting that saw them end Liverpool's incredible unbeaten record in February. Prediction: Chelsea 2 Watford 0. AFP

SUNDAY: Burnley v Sheffield United (3pm): If either of these teams want to secure European football next season, a win here is a must. Burnley have rediscovered their grit and determination in their last two games after a tough spell. Successive 1-0 wins took them to eighth in the table and the club were given another boost when manager Sean Dyche said that he remains committed to the Clarets despite recent troubles with the board. Sheffield United, meanwhile, enjoyed a sparkling return to form on Thursday when they hammered Tottenham 3-1 at Bramall Lane. It was their first win - and league goals - since the restart and dragged them back up to seventh in the table. Prediction: Burnley 1 Sheffield United 1

Newcastle United v West Ham United (5.15pm): As important goals go, Andriy Yarmolenko's last-gasp winner against Chelsea on Wednesday was certainly right up there for David Moyes' side. The Hammers had been on a miserable three-game losing streak which dragged them right into the middle of the relegation battle. With several of their drop-zone rivals on the end of humbling defeats, beating fourth-top Chelsea was a huge confidence booster. But Newcastle have enjoyed a fine restart and in Allan Saint-Maximin, have one of the most exciting players in the top-flight at the moment. Prediction: Newcastle 3 West Ham 1.

Liverpool v Aston Villa (7.30pm): Beware Villa fans, this one could get messy. Sitting in the relegation zone, desperate for points, the last thing you want is to have to play the best team in the country who are thirsty for blood after an embarrassing defeat. The 4-0 thrashing at Manchester City clearly annoyed Liverpool and Dean Smith's team could bear the brunt of their frustrations at Anfield. Prediction: Liverpool 5 Aston Villa 0. Reuters

Southampton v Manchester City (10pm): Their Premier League crown might now be located on Merseyside, but City showed with their destruction of champions Liverpool on Thursday that they remain a force to be reckoned with. The likes of Phil Foden, Kevin de Bruyne and Raheem Sterling were scintillating at the Etihad and with the FA Cup and Champions League still on the horizon, Pep Guardiola's men will be looking to use that superb victory as a springboard to more silverware. Southampton's home record is appalling and don't expect any improvement here. Prediction: Southampton 1 Manchester City 3

MONDAY: Tottenham Hotspur v Everton (11pm): Troubled times for Spurs manager Jose Mourinho. After their 3-1 defeat to Sheffield United, Mourinho rightly fumed about a Harry Kane goal being disallowed by VAR, but his team looked lethargic and deserved to lose the game. And their lack of consistency is set to cost them a European place next season, which will hurt a serial winner such as Mourinho. He goes up against another high-achieving manager in Carlo Ancelotti on Monday. Between them, they have won the Champions League five times but there is a good chance both will have to settle for domestic competition next season. Prediction: Tottenham 2 Everton 1. AFP

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