Weekend Premier League Preview.
Weekend Premier League Preview.

Weekend Premier League Preview.

Brighton vs Wolves

Brighton`s European hopes took a knock in their last time out, as they surprisingly lost 3-1 to relegation-battling Nottingham. Luckily, the Seagulls have a fair record at the Seaside, having lost just 1 of their last 5 home games. They have also scored in 10 of their 14 home games this season, so we expect them to find the net this time around.

Wolves bounced back from the Leicester defeat with a 2-0 victory over Palace and are now 8 points clear from relegation. However, their away form has been abysmal this season, as they`ve won just 2 of their 16 away games in the topflight. Considering we`ve got a contrasting run of home & away form, we expect both teams to score, but Brighton to win.

Manchester United vs Aston Villa

United fumbled a 2-0 lead yet again, in their 2-2 draw against Tottenham. It is clear that the Devils are able to create their chance, although each time the away crowd seems to get to them. Luckily for them, Old Trafford has been fortified this season with just 1 loss in their first home game. They have also kept 4 consecutive clean sheets at home, and it is unlikely for Villa to run riot in Manchester on Sunday.

Unai Emery has done wonders with Villa, as they have now avoided a loss in 10 consecutive PL games. The Villans are coming off a 1-0 victory over Fulham and have not lost in 4 consecutive away games. They were a headache for United in the reverse fixture, winning 3-1, although the Devils beat them 4-2 in the Carabao Cup. 4 of their last 5 fixtures ended in over 2.5 goals and we expect the same this time, however with United home form we will back Manchester United to win.

Liverpool vs Tottenham

The Reds have found their footing after recording a 3 consecutive EPL win with a 2-1 victory over West Ham. Scoring goals is not a problem for the side, but their backline has been a concern, having conceded at least 1 goal in 4 consecutive matches. However, they have been solid at home, having lost just 1 Anfield fixture this season, and causing problems for teams like Chelsea, Man City, and Arsenal. Therefore, we expect a strong performance on Sunday.

Tottenham responded to the unhappy crowd on Thursday night with a 2-goal comeback against Manchester United, keeping their European hopes alive. Unfortunately, Anfield has been a nightmare for them, as their last Premier League win at the stadium was back in 2011. For the neutral fans, this is likely to be an exciting, goal-packed game as 7 of the last 10 times the 2 sides met ended with over 2.5 goals and considering Tottenham`s misfortune at Anfield for 10+ years, we expect Liverpool to win.

We hope you have a great weekend!


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