Liverpool and Leicester maintain their flying starts: Premier League predictions

Liverpool and Leicester maintain their flying starts: Premier League predictions
Liverpool and Leicester maintain their flying starts: Premier League predictions

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - PREMIER LEAGUE PREDICTIONS: Saturday - Chelsea v Crystal Palace (KO 3.30pm UAE): Blues manager Frank Lampard said the pressure will be cranking up fast this season after their huge summer spending spree - and early results mean that is very much the case. Defeat to Liverpool, then a draw with West Brom - after they were three down at haft-time - was quickly followed by a League Cup exit to Jose Mourinho's Spurs. Palace dropped their first points of the season when they lost at home to Everton on Saturday. PREDICTION: Chelsea 3 Palace 2. EPA

Everton v Brighton (6pm): Carlo Ancelotti's Everton have come flying out of the blocks with three wins from three, boosted by big-name signings such as James Rodriguez and Allan. But it is established players such as Richarlison and Dominic-Calvert Lewin who are providing their attacking focal points. Brighton will still be wondering how they lost their last game against Manchester United but have shown signs in all three of their games so far that they will be no mugs this season. AP

Leeds United v Manchester City (8.30pm): What a start to the season for Leeds' Patrick Bamford, whose derby winner against Sheffield United made it three goals in three games for the attacker - and made it two wins in a row for the Yorkshiremen. They face a City side, though, who will be looking to take out their frustration on someone after a shocking 5-2 home battering by Leicester. PREDICTION; Leeds 1 Man City 3. Getty

Newcastle United v Burnley (KO 11pm): It would be fair to say that there was a hint of luck about Newcastle's 1-1 draw at Spurs on Sunday. Having not registered a shot on target - and should really have been 5-0 down - the Magpies were the latest beneficiaries of the ludicrous new handball rule, allowing Callum Wilson to fire home an injury-time equaliser from the spot. Burnley have their own problems with manager Sean Dyche admitting after their home defeat to Southampton that he is in desperate need of new signings. PREDICTION: Newcastle 2 Burnley 1. Reuters

Sunday - Leicester City v West Ham (3pm): Any thoughts that last season's assault on the Premier League top spots was a flash in the pan have been quickly dispelled by Brendan Rodgers' Leicester. Three wins out of three - topped off by a 5-2 win at Manchester City last week - sees the Foxes sitting top of pile and looking in fine shape. West Ham enjoyed their own stunning result on Sunday when they battered Wolves 4-0 to record their first points of the season. PREDICTION: Leicester 3 West Ham 1. Getty

Southampton v West Bromwich Albion (3pm): Both teams have had a tough start to the new season, managing just one win and one draw between them in six games. Danny Ings looks to have carried on last season's prolific form into the new campaign and his goal last week earned the Saints three points at Burnley. West Brom are shipping goals left, right and centre - conceding 11 already - although they can take heart from last week's 3-3 draw with Chelsea. PREDICTION: Southampton 2 West Brom 1. EPA

Arsenal v Sheffield United (5pm): The early days of the new campaign are proving a real test of the Blades' - and manager Chris Wilder's - mettle. Three defeats on the trot, the last a demoralising Yorkshire derby defeat at home to Leeds, means morale has taken a hit and an away day at Arsenal is a tough place to find some form. The Gunners saw their flying start come grinding to a halt with a comprehensive 3-1 loss at champions Liverpool on Monday. PREDICTION: Arsenal 2 Sheffield United 0. Reuters

Wolves v Fulham (5pm): Bottom of the table, no points, defence leaking like a sieve, a vice-chairman apologising to fans on social media after Monday's 3-0 home defeat to Aston Villa ... life back in the Premier League is proving a headache for Fulham manager Scott Parker. And they go up against a Wolves side with something to prove after their humiliating 4-0 thrashing at West Ham. Hopefully, Parker is fully-prepared for another sore head after this one and has the painkillers ready. PREDICTION: Wolves 4 Fulham 1. Reuters

Manchester United v Tottenham (9.30pm): Not sure if manager Jose Mourinho has mentioned it, but Spurs are currently going through quite a hectic fixture schedule. Games are coming thick and ultra-fast for the London club - and Mourinho now comes up against his former club. United recorded one of the luckiest wins in recent league history on Saturday when they somehow scraped all three points at Brighton. It would be quite funny if they could repeat the trick against a moaning Mourinho this week. PREDICTION: Man United 2 Spurs 1. Reuters

Aston Villa v Liverpool (10.15pm): Their superb 3-1 victory over Arsenal on Monday - after being one goal down - made it three wins out of three for Liverpool, as the reigning champions made it clear they will not be relinquishing their crown without a fight. Villa have also enjoyed a 100 per cent win record - albeit from two games. They made light work of woeful Fulham on Monday but will be all too aware that Jurgen Klopp's side are a far different kettle of fish. PREDICTION: Villa 1 Liverpool 2. Reuters

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