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LiveScore 6 predictions: Win £1m as Liverpool take on Man City
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Dan Fitch
The top two in the Premier League meet on Sunday
The top two in the Premier League meet on Sunday

This Premier League weekend could be a very special one, with up to £1million to be won in our LiveScore 6 game.

The free-to-play contest tasks you with correctly predicting the correct score in our six chosen top-flight fixtures to win a huge jackpot.

If more than one of you manage this feat, we will split the sum equally among the winners. Anyone getting five right will land £2,500.

The game is open to anyone aged 18 or over who lives in the UK or Ireland. To learn more about LiveScore 6, click HERE, or read on to discover our score predictions.

Crystal Palace vs Luton (Saturday, 3pm)

Oliver Glasner won his first home match as Crystal Palace manager against Burnley and will be targeting another three points when they host Luton.

The Hatters, who will also see this as a winnable fixture as they attempt to end a run of five straight defeats across all competitions, normally guarantee goals.

Prediction: Crystal Palace 2-2 Luton

Wolves vs Fulham (Saturday, 3pm)

Wolves and Fulham have both been in good form
Wolves and Fulham have both been in good form

Wolves were well beaten by Newcastle last weekend but had won their previous three games, which includes their last two outings at Molineux.

Fulham have also won three of their last four, coming into this match off the back of impressive victories over Manchester United and Brighton. This should be both tight and entertaining.

Prediction: Wolves 1-1 Fulham

Arsenal vs Brentford (Saturday, 5.30pm)

Arsenal are bulldozing their way through the Premier League fixture list, winning each of their last seven games and scoring an incredible 31 goals in the process.

With Brentford without a win from their last four matches, it seems likely that they will be the latest victim of the Gunners' efficiency.

Prediction: Arsenal 4-1 Brentford

Aston Villa vs Tottenham (Sunday, 1pm)

Aston Villa currently have a five-point advantage over Tottenham, who hold a game in hand, in the Champions League race.

It is Villa who are in the better form with three straight Premier League wins. Spurs have only won one of their last six away matches in the top flight. Goals are a given.

Prediction: Aston Villa 3-2 Tottenham

Brighton vs Nottingham Forest (Sunday, 2pm)

Nottingham Forest are in need of points this weekend when they travel to Brighton
Nottingham Forest are in need of points this weekend when they travel to Brighton

Brighton's European exploits have seen their domestic form suffer and they come into this game from a gruelling trip to Rome.

Nottingham Forest have lost their last three matches across all competitions, albeit against top opposition.

They may be able to take advantage of Brighton's fatigue to claim a valuable point.

Prediction: Brighton 0-0 Nottingham Forest

Liverpool vs Manchester City (Sunday, 3.45pm)

The main event of the weekend comes on Sunday afternoon.

Liverpool come into this Matchday on top of the Premier League, while City are just a point behind them in second.

The reverse fixture was a 1-1 draw. With Liverpool's squad severely depleted, a repeat of that scoreline would be a decent result for Jurgen Klopp's team.

Prediction: Liverpool 1-1 Manchester City


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