Premier League: Predictions for all five games on Saturday
- Back Crystal Palace to win & both teams to score against Fulham
- Back Wolves to win at Luton
- Back Manchester City to win from behind against Nottingham Forest
- Back Bryan Mbeumo to score for Brentford against Everton
There are five Premier League matches to take in across another busy Saturday in the English top flight, with leaders Manchester City and an out-of-form Manchester United among the teams in action.
Here are our expert writers' top selections for each of those fixtures.
Crystal Palace vs Fulham (Saturday, 3pm)
Fulham have a decent record in recent meetings with Crystal Palace, but there is a cutting edge about the Eagles this season and they are fancied to come out on top against the Cottagers in this London derby.
The match pits ninth versus 10th in the Premier League at the start of this round of fixtures, with Palace a place better off after five matches, but they can increase their advantage over the west London side with a victory at Selhurst Park.
Goals have been easy to come by for Roy Hodgson's men, who have bagged ten goals in all competitions this season, with their last three outings all featuring four goals or more.
Luton vs Wolves (Saturday, 3pm)
Both of these teams' lack of goals could cause them issues as the season goes on and a tight game beckons at Kenilworth Road.
Wolves boss Gary O'Neil showed at Bournemouth last season and with his current team's win at Everton that he knows how to target games and grab points against rivals.
The visitors might look to keep things tight in Bedfordshire and have the nous to grab another victory.
Manchester City vs Nottingham Forest (Saturday, 3pm)
The Manchester City juggernaut continues to roll on and it would be a huge surprise should they fail to chalk up another three points on home soil at the expense of Forest, who seem a more settled side this season.
However, it has already been a packed fixture schedule for Pep Guardiola's side and the injury to Bernardo Silva on Tuesday has added to a growing injury list that has the manager worried.
City may not be right at it from the word go on Saturday and this could allow Forest to add to a record that has seen them open the scoring in five of their last six away matches.
Brentford vs Everton (Saturday, 5.30pm)
Although Everton are yet to pick up a league win this season, this looks like a tough one to call given the fact that Brentford are facing selection issues at the back.
With that in mind, it looks better to pick out an individual to score and Brentford's Bryan Mbeumo looks like one of the most likely contenders to find the back of the net.
The Cameroon ace has had 10 attempts so far, only Yoane Wissa (20) is ahead of him in the club's charts, while those two have had the joint-highest shots on target for the Bees with six each.
Burnley vs Manchester United (Saturday, 8pm)
Burnley can rub salt into Manchester United's wounds by taking all three points on Saturday night at Turf Moor.
United's Wednesday night humdinger at Bayern must have left some tired legs in the camp and they have not got long to recover.
A hostile home crowd will be waiting for them, with the late kick-off guaranteeing a big atmosphere.
Former Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany will have his Burnley side rampant from the first whistle and the first 20 minutes could have a huge bearing on the outcome.
United are under extreme pressure to stop the rot and heads could drop if the hosts start well.
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