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🔵Manchester City v Everton🔵

📍 Where: Etihad Stadium

🕰️ When: 12:30 BST

📅 Date: Saturday, December 15th

📜 Records:

Manchester City: WWWWL 2nd in table

Everton: DWLDD 7th In table

♻️ Last Game:

Manchester City: 2-1 Hoffenheim (CL)

Everton: 2-2 Watford (PL)

🔙 Previous Meeting:

Everton 1-3 Manchester City (Mar 2018, Premier League)

⚽ Top scorer:

Manchester City: Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero 8 Goals

Everton: Richarlison 8 Goals


👀 Players to watch:

Manchester City: Leroy Sane

Everton: Gylfi Sigurdsson

Manchester City were knocked off their perch by Liverpool last weekend and will be keen to reassert their supremacy by beating their rivals’ neighbours Everton. The Toffees meanwhile will be bouyed by their last-minute equaliser against Watford midweek.

❓ Did you know: Sane, Jesus and Sterling were on target for City when they beat the Toffees at Goodison in March and all three look set to start Saturday’s early kick-off, with Aguero struggling to return from injury.

⌛ Predictions:

Manchester City 2-0 Everton


⚪Fulham v West Ham⚒️

📍 Where: Craven Cottage

🕰️ When: 17:30 BST

📅 Date: Saturday, December 15th

📜 Records:

Fulham: DWLDL 20th in table

West Ham: DLWWW 11th In table

♻️ Last Game:

Fulham: 1-4 Manchester United (PL)

West Ham: 3-2 Crystal Palace (PL)

🔙 Previous Meeting:

Fulham 2-1 West Ham (Jan 2014, PL)

⚽ Top scorer:

Fulham: Aleksandar Mitrovic 7 Goals

West Ham: Felipe Anderson 6 Goals

👀 Players to watch:

Fulham: Ryan Sessegnon

West Ham: Javier Hernandez

The Hammers will be licking their lips ahead of their trip to the league’s bottom club, after three wins on the bounce. Anderson is enjoying his first season in the Premier League and Hernandez has proved a more than adequate replacement for the injured Arnautovic. Fulham are struggling on their return to the top flight and look there for the taking

❓ Did you know: Defeat to Liverpool left the Cottagers with an unwanted club record of 20 top-flight matches in a row without a clean sheet. Only Barnsley, in 1997-98, have conceded more goals at this stage of a Premier League season.

 ⌛ Predictions:

Fulham 1-3 West Ham

👼Southampton v Arsenal🔴⚪

📍 Where: St Mary’s

🕰️ When: 13:30 BST

📅 Date: Sunday, December 15th

📜 Records:

Southampton: DLDLL 19th in table

Arsenal: DWWDW 5th In table

♻️ Last Game:

Southampton: 0-1 Cardiff (PL)

Arsenal: 1-0 Huddersfield (PL)

🔙 Previous Meeting:

Southampton 2-3 Arsenal (Apr 2018, CH)

⚽ Top scorer:

Southampton: Danny Ings 4 Goals

Arsenal: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 10 Goals

👀 Players to watch:

Southampton: Stuart Armstrong

Arsenal: Lucas Torreira

New Saints manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has a tough task ahead of him this weekend as he looks for his first win (and just Southampton’s second all season) against an on-song Arsenal side. Aubameyang looks unstoppable at the moment and the south coast club shouldn’t put up much of a fight.

❓ Did you know: Before last season, Southampton had finished in the top eight four years in a row.

⌛ Predictions:

Southampton 1-4 Arsenal


🔴Liverpool v Manchester United👹

📍 Where: Anfield

🕰️ When: 16:30 BST

📅 Date: Sunday, December 16th

📜 Records:

Liverpool: WWWWW 1st in table

Manchester United: LDDDW 6th In table

♻️ Last Game:

Liverpool: 1-0 Napoli (CL)

Manchester United: 1-2 Valencia (PL)

🔙 Previous Meeting:

Liverpool 1-2 Manchester United (Mar 2018, PL)

⚽ Top scorer:

Liverpool: Mohamed Salah 10 Goals

Manchester United: Anthony Martial 7 Goals

👀 Players to watch:

Liverpool: Mohamed Salah

Manchester United: Juan Mata

Despite enjoying different fortunes so far, this fixture will have fans and neutrals alike licking their lips. Who knows which United side will turn up? It will either go right down to the wire or the Reds will have it wrapped up by half-time.

❓ Did you know: Four of the last five meetings between these two teams have ended in a draw.

⌛ Predictions:

Liverpool 2-0 Manchester United

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