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Premier League: Predictions for all five games on Saturday
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James Mason
Mikel Arteta's Arsenal are battling with Manchester City for the Premier League title
Mikel Arteta's Arsenal are battling with Manchester City for the Premier League title

The Premier League action comes thick and fast on Saturday, starting with title-chasing Arsenal's clash against an in-form Bournemouth at the Emirates Stadium.

Fulham travel to Brentford in one of three games starting at 3pm, with Burnley vs Newcastle and Sheffield United vs Nottingham Forest the other two, while Manchester City's visit of Wolves rounds things off.

Arsenal vs Bournemouth (Saturday, 12.30)

Arsenal have one of the strongest home records in the Premier League this term, with their 41 points from 17 at the Emirates putting them at the summit with just a couple of weeks left to go.

Bournemouth have provided a scoring threat on their travels, finding the net in all but one of their trips this term and they have scored in all of their visits to sides above them in the table.

The Cherries enter this weekend having scored in each of their last 13 away trips, while they have notched in 10 consecutive Premier League games.

They can trouble an Arsenal side who have shipped 15 goals in 17 home games, but the Gunners should have enough to claim all three points.

Brentford vs Fulham (Saturday, 3pm)

Brentford have managed to put a bit of a run together at their Gtech Community Stadium home since the turn of the year and have lost only two of their last eight games in front of their own fans.

Fulham’s away form has been their downfall all season as just 14 of their 43 points have come on the road. The Cottagers have nine defeats in 17 away games in the Premier League and have won just twice and they may struggle to add to that tally at Brentford.

The Bees won the reverse fixture 3-0 and have generally enjoyed the better of the recent meetings, winning three of the last four games between these two West London rivals.

Burnley vs Newcastle (Saturday, 3pm)

Eddie Howe's Newcastle have been in fine scoring form this season
Eddie Howe's Newcastle have been in fine scoring form this season

Burnley will need to push for goals against Newcastle on Saturday and they are expected to hit the back of the net at least once, especially now the visitors are without centre-back Fabian Schar.

While the Magpies have struggled at the back, they are thriving at the other end of the pitch and have been spearheaded by 19-goal striker Alexander Isak, who is in the Golden Boot hunt.

Newcastle should play their part in an entertaining encounter and the Turf Moor crowd could be in for an absolute cracker in Lancashire.

Sheffield United vs Nottingham Forest (Saturday, 3pm)

Nottingham Forest have not necessarily been prolific scorers on their travels this season, managing 17 goals in as many trips in the Premier League, but Saturday’s visit to Sheffield United offers them a chance to rack up a few goals.

United concede on average exactly three goals per-game at home in the league and they have shipped a whopping 30 across their last seven fixtures at this venue across all competitions – an average of 4.3 per game – so backing Forest to score over 2.5 team goals appeals here.

Manchester City vs Wolves (Saturday, 5.30pm)

City look destined for another Premier League title thanks to their current form and that will be their main focus after they were knocked out of the Champions League on penalties by Real Madrid.

While they have won five league games in a row, City were very fortunate to keep a clean sheet against Forest and Wolves have proven to be tough to beat on their travels.

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