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To help you along the way, we have given you some insight into the games involved this week!
BOURNEMOUTH VS WOLVES – SATURDAY, 3PM
Who will win?
It should not be lost on supporters of AFC Bournemouth and Wolverhampton Wanderers that it’s an incredible achievement that both clubs find themselves in the top half of the Premier League.
Both teams go into the weekend’s game just one point off a Europa League place which is remarkable considering where they were at the start of the decade.
The mere fact that Eddie Howe’s side have remained competitive in the Premier League for so long is an incredible story, while Nuno Espirito Santo has done a great job steering Wolves into the Europa League in their first season back in the top flight.
With both sides on the same points going into this game you find this fixture a hard one to call in regards to your prediction but looking at the form over the last five sides, you have to side with going towards a Wolves win.
The Cherries have only won one in their last five, although that victory did come over Manchester United. Wolves have found some consistent form after some early-season stumbles and are now unbeaten in their last five games, rounded off by their 2-1 win over Aston Villa before the international break.
EVERTON VS NORWICH – SATURDAY, 3PM
What will the winning margin be?
Not a single person of the 40,000+ that enter Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon will know what to expect from the 90 minutes that lies ahead of them.
Everton have stuttered out of the blocks to this Premier League campaign and go into this game in 15th position in the table, with the pressure mounting on manager Marco Silva, however they are only three points away from 5th place.
A draw at home to Tottenham Hotspur was followed by a win over Southampton before the international break which shows signs of the green shoots on recovery.
It’s been deflating following Norwich City since their emphatic 3-2 win over champions Manchester City in September, with the club failing to win a game since and now languishing bottom of the table.
What you can guarantee from this game is goals, with the hosts having conceded 18 in their 12 games and the Canaries having the second worst defensive record in the division having shipped 28 goals.
You would have to suggest the home side should take home the three points and there should be some confidence that the Toffees could gain a 2+ goal margin as well.
MANCHESTER CITY VS CHELSEA – SATURDAY, 5:30PM
What time will the first goal be in the first half?
What a tasty encounter we have in store on Saturday night where the defending champions host the young pretenders at the Etihad Stadium.
City’s title defence is starting to show signs of weakness after their 3-1 defeat to league leaders Liverpool before the international interval.
Pep Guardiola’s side now lie nine points behind the Merseysiders and after winning the league by just a solitary point in May, will know that they can afford little in the way of another slip-up.
Expect City to come roaring out of the blocks on Saturday evening and don’t be surprised if they take advantage of a few of the weaknesses in Frank Lampard’s team.
A goal within the first 0-10 minutes can be expected.
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