Chelsea Vs Liverpool
Chelsea endured a miserable trip to West Ham losing the game and finishing with 10 men and Jose Mourinho watching on from the Directors Box following his dismissal. The Blues sit 15th in the Premier League table and are 11 points adrift of League leaders Manchester City heading into Gameweek 11. Liverpool have yet to get their Season kick-started despite the appointment of Jurgen Klopp as the new Manager at Anfield. The Reds have drawn three straight Premier League fixtures and would likely take a point from this fixture. Courtois, Ivanovic and Pedro are all out for Chelsea while Sturridge will try to shake off another injury to face his former Club. Home win at Stamford Bridge.
Crystal Palace Vs Manchester United
Crystal Palace left Leicester empty handed following their 1-0 defeat against the Foxes in Gameweek 10. The Eagles have lost two consecutive Premier League games and face a tough fixture on Saturday when Manchester United head to Selhurst Park. The Red Devils played out a 0-0 draw against arch-rivals Manchester City on Super Sunday when many expected them to take advantage of a weakened City side. LVG’s side sit 4th in the Standings heading into this game and will look to get back to winning ways. Alan Pardew’s side were beaten by West Ham in their last home outing and will need to be at their best to get anything from this game. Away win expected – Back a Manchester United victory here.
Manchester City Vs Norwich
Manchester City claimed a decent point at Old Trafford on Sunday despite being without key players Silva and Aguero. The Blues will take great encouragement from that result and will be keen to get back to winning ways when they face Norwich at The Etihad on Saturday. Norwich were unable to bounce back from their 6-2 thrashing at Newcastle with another defeat by West Brom – Their third consecutive Premier League defeat. The Canaries have it all to do if they are to get anything from their trip North with City strong favourites in this clash. Wilfried Bony expected to lead the line in the absence of Aguero. Comfortable home win expected – Back a Manchester City victory here.
Newcastle Vs Stoke
Super Sunday was a day to forget for all those associated with Newcastle United. The Magpies were beaten 3-0 at arch-rivals Sunderland and lost Coloccini to a red card. Newcastle remain in the bottom three and Steve McClaren needs to lift his players morale before Stoke visit on Saturday. The Potters were seeking their fourth consecutive win in the Premier League but were unexpectedly beaten by Watford at The Britannia in Gameweek 10. Mark Hughes will demand an immediate reaction from his side and visiting a poor Newcastle side could give Stoke a good chance to bag three points on the road. Away win expected at St James’ Park.
Swansea Vs Arsenal
Swansea City picked up a good win at Aston Villa in Gameweek 10 which saw Tim Sherwood dismissed as Villa manager. The Swans were finally able to pick up a win after going five Premier League fixtures without a victory. After an early hot streak Gomis has gone 6 matches without a goal which has co-incided with Swansea’s poor form. Arsenal beat Everton 2-1 in Gameweek 10 to briefly top the Premier League table before Manchester City reclaimed top spot on Sunday. The Gunners are in excellent form with four wins on the trot in the Premier League and will be full of confidence heading to South Wales. Away win expected at The Liberty Stadium – Back an Arsenal victory here.
Watford Vs West Ham
Watford picked up a very impressive win in Gameweek 10 when they travelled to Stoke and emerged 2-0 winners. The Hornets moved to 13 points gained and are comfortably clear of the Relegation Zone at present. Upton Park was buzzing on Saturday when West Ham saw off the reigning Champions Chelsea winning by a 2-1 scoreline. Andy Carroll put his injury nightmare behind him to score the winner off the bench and send the home fans into raptures. The Hammers are in great form right now and it is difficult to bet against them as they have gone unbeaten since August. Away win expected at Vicarage Road.
West Brom Vs Leicester
West Bromwich Albion picked up a good win at Norwich in Gameweek 10 which saw them move into the top half of the Premier League table. The Baggies have won two on the bounce and would love to make it three in a row on Saturday when Leicester visit. The Foxes are one of the surprise packages of the Season and sit in 5th place – Just one point behind Manchester United in 4th. Claudio Ranieri has done a terrific job at Leicester and deserves tremendous credit for guiding his side to such an impressive start. With both sides in good form it is difficult to pick a winner here. All square at The Hawthorns.
Everton Vs Sunderland
Everton could not complain following their defeat at Arsenal in Gameweek 10 as they were second best on the day. The Toffees are without a win in three Premier League outings and need to get back to winning ways quickly in order to keep pace with the leading pack. Sunderland fans will be brimming with confidence following their Derby win over Newcastle on Super Sunday. Adam Johnson set the Mackems on their way from the penalty spot and The Black Cats never looked back. Big Sam will enhance his credentials as a top manager if he guides Sunderland to safety following a miserable start to the Season. Home win expected at Goodison Park.
Southampton Vs Bournemouth
Southampton were not to be denied and bagged a late equaliser at Liverpool to leave with a share of the spoils. The Saints have now gone four Premier League matches without defeat and will hope to extend that run when Bournemouth make the short trip to St Marys. Bournemouth took an early lead against Spurs on Super Sunday but it was all downhill from that point with Spurs helping themselves to five unanswered goals to leave with all three points. The Cherries are struggling without Callum Wilson picking up just a single point from their last four fixtures. Southampton to take advantage of a Bournemouth side struggling for form. Home win expected – Back a Southampton victory here.
Spurs Vs Aston Villa
Tottenham Hotspur bounced back from an early 1-0 deficit to beat Bournemouth 5-1 in Gameweek 10. Harry Kane was back among the goals with a hat-trick and the Spurs forward will be brimming with confidence facing an Aston Villa side which has lost 7 consecutive Premier League games. Following their dismal run of form, Tim Sherwood has been dismissed as Aston Villa manager and will not face his old Club on Monday Night Football. Villa were unable to replace Delph and Benteke and are facing a long battle against Relegation this Season. Tottenham have lost just once this Season and will be confident of picking up three points against Villa. Home win expected – Back a Spurs victory here.