Saturday Is the Start of a Bumper Week of Premier League Action
Starting Saturday, the following eight days or so of action could be a pivotal moment in the race for the Premier League title, European places and in the battle against relegation. The reason for this is that all Premier League teams will, weather permitting, face a run of three games in the space of a week or so, with the two usual weekend matchdays sandwiching a rare midweek selection of games.
With nine points up for grabs across the games, there is the potential for teams to make big ground on those around them, or to hit a bad run of form at the worst possible time and see their advantage evaporate. In amongst this selection of matches, of which we will be focusing on the weekend and midweek games in this article, there are a number of big clashes including the Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton, as well as Jose Mourinho’s return to Old Trafford as Tottenham are the visitors to face Manchester United.
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Let’s now take a look at the games that are going to be played this coming weekend on Matchday 14 in the Premier League
EPL Matchday 14 Fixtures
Saturday 30th November & Sunday 1st December
- Newcastle United v Manchester City
- Burnley v Crystal Palace
- Chelsea v West Ham United
- Liverpool v Brighton
- Tottenham v Bournemouth
- Southampton v Watford
- Norwich City v Arsenal
- Wolves v Sheffield United
- Leicester City v Everton
- Manchester United v Aston Villa
Weekend Tip 1 – Fourfold Accumulator
- Burnley v Crystal Palace – Home Win – 5/4
- Southampton v Watford – Home Win – 21/20
- Norwich v Arsenal – Draw – 14/5
- Wolves v Sheffield United – Draw – 12/5
I’ve gone with a couple of home wins here, the first for Burnley, who have been in decent form of late and moving quietly up the table into the top half. Palace have been going the opposite way but they have had some tough games of late but I just feel at home, Burnley are very difficult to get the better out of. I have also plumped for Southampton to beat Watford after their improved showing against Arsenal, a game that they should have won comfortably, while Watford were well beaten at the weekend and this is a tough away trip for them.
Finally, we’ve wrapped up this tip with two draws on Sunday with Arsenal, without a win in six, taking on a reinvigorated Norwich who grabbed a great win at Everton last weekend. Similarly, Sheff Utd and Wolves have both proven very difficult to beat in the league this season and I think this one could also end up finishing all-square.
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Weekend Tip 2 – Southampton to win and both teams to score – 10/3
This is a crucial week for Southampton with two home games against the two teams in the bottom three with them. Two wins could go a long way towards helping the Saints avoid the drop and I feel they have a good chance of winning this game against Watford. The Hornets have won just the once this season, at Norwich, but I feel after a solid performance at Arsenal last week, Southampton will be in the mood to pick up a rare three points at home.
EPL Matchday 15 Fixtures
Tuesday 3rd, Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th December
- Crystal Palace v Bournemouth
- Burnley v Manchester City
- Chelsea v Aston Villa
- Leicester City v Watford
- Manchester United v Tottenham
- Southampton v Norwich City
- Wolves v West Ham
- Liverpool v Everton
- Sheffield United v Newcastle
- Arsenal v Brighton
Midweek Tip 1 – Fourfold Accumulator
- Crystal Palace v Bournemouth – Home Win – 11/10
- Man Utd v Tottenham – Draw – 5/2
- Liverpool v Everton – Home Win – 1/3
- Sheffield United v Newcastle – Home Win – 19/20
I think Crystal Palace are due a change of fortune and their game at home to Bournemouth, a side who are a little inconsistent at times, especially away from home, is a good opportunity for them to get back to winning ways. I can see the United v Spurs game ending in a draw, while I would expect Liverpool to get the better of Everton at Anfield in what should be an exciting Merseyside derby.
To round things off, on Thursday we have backed the improving Blades Sheffield United to get the best of the Magpies, Newcastle at Bramhall Lane in what should be a good opportunity for the home side to pick up three points.
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Midweek Tip 2 – Man Utd v Tottenham – Draw & Both Teams to Score – 10/3
One of the big games in midweek sees United face Tottenham at Old Trafford with Jose Mourinho making his return to his former club. Mourinho has already overseen a Spurs away win at West Ham in his first game in charge, their first in the Premier League since January, and there’s no doubt he will feel he has a point to prove against his former team. United are looking much stronger at home than on the road, but still look susceptible in defence and against a strong Spurs attack, I fancy that both teams will find the net in what should be an entertaining score draw.