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Dan Fitch
Newcastle host Arsenal on Saturday evening
Newcastle host Arsenal on Saturday evening

It is time for Matchday 11 of the Premier League season, which gives you another chance to land a £250,000 prize with our free-to-play LiveScore 6 game. 

Each week we test your football knowledge by asking you to predict the correct scores of our chosen fixtures. Get all of them right and you will win our jackpot prize.

Open to anyone 18 or over who is a resident of the UK or Ireland, the £250,000 will be split if there are multiple winners, while anyone getting five right can win £2,500. 

Should you want to find out more about how to play LiveScore 6, click HERE or read on for this week's score predictions.  

Brentford vs West Ham (Saturday, 3pm)

After a poor run of form, Brentford have bounced back with wins over Burnley and Chelsea, in which they have kept consecutive clean sheets. 

West Ham are in a similar position, ending a winless run of four games with a morale-boosting victory over Arsenal in the Carabao Cup. A draw would keep the progress going for both sides. 

Prediction: Brentford 1-1 West Ham 

Everton vs Brighton (Saturday, 3pm)

Everton's midweek cup victory against Burnley means that they have now won five of their last seven games. 

Brighton represent a test of their progress but are in need of a win themselves, having failed to pick up a victory in their last four Premier League outings. This should be competitive. 

Prediction: Everton 2-2 Brighton 

Everton have been in fine form in recent weeks
Everton have been in fine form in recent weeks

Manchester City vs Bournemouth (Saturday, 3pm)

Manchester City have the chance to go at least temporarily top of the Premier League when they face Bournemouth on Saturday. 

The Cherries picked up their first league win of the season last weekend when they defeated Burnley, before losing to Liverpool in the Carabao Cup. This is another opponent that will be too strong. 

Prediction: Manchester City 4-1 Bournemouth 

Newcastle vs Arsenal (Saturday, 5.30pm)

Newcastle knocked EFL Cup holders Manchester United out of the competition on Wednesday night and are unbeaten in their last six Premier League games. 

Arsenal have not lost at all in the top flight, though they come into this match off the back of that cup defeat at West Ham. With the Magpies holding home advantage, they could further frustrate the visitors. 

Prediction: Newcastle 1-1 Arsenal 

Nottingham Forest vs Aston Villa (Sunday, 2pm)

Aston Villa will be looking to extend their unbeaten run at Nottingham Forest
Aston Villa will be looking to extend their unbeaten run at Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest are without a win in six but they drew four of those games, with their only defeats coming against Manchester City and Liverpool. 

So this should be something of a test for an Aston Villa side that are unbeaten in six Premier League fixtures. They tend to be less potent on the road, so this could be tight. 

Prediction: Nottingham Forest 1-2 Aston Villa 

Luton vs Liverpool (Sunday, 4.30pm)

Kenilworth Road welcomes Liverpool on Sunday, as Luton host Jurgen Klopp's star-studded side. 

The Hatters are proving to be tough to beat at home and the visitors are unlikely to come away with three points without a good fight. 

Prediction: Luton 0-2 Liverpool


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