Premier League: Predictions for all six games on Saturday
- Liverpool to win and under 2.5 goals against Crystal Palace
- Brighton to win and over 2.5 goals against Burnley
- Manchester United to win and both teams to score against Bournemouth
- Sheffield United to win against Brentford
- Wolves to win to zero against Nottingham Forest
- Arsenal to win against Aston Villa
The festive fixtures are coming thick and fast and there are six more matches to look forward to in the Premier League on Saturday, with Crystal Palace and Liverpool kicking things off in the lunchtime game.
Here are our experts' selections for the day's action.
Crystal Palace vs Liverpool (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Liverpool can go top of the table, albeit temporarily, with a win at Crystal Palace, with the Reds aiming to extend their unbeaten run in the league to nine matches.
Palace, meanwhile, have won just one of their last eight and may struggle, with under 2.5 goals landing in three of Liverpool's last five away assignments.
Brighton vs Burnley (Saturday, 3pm)
Brighton have scored in 31 consecutive Premier League matches and the goals could flow again against relegation-threatened Burnley.
The Seagulls won 2-1 against Brentford in midweek, while the Clarets failed to kick on from their 5-0 win over Sheffield United as they went down 1-0 at Wolves.
Both teams have scored in all 15 of Brighton's league games this term and they could again edge an entertaining fixture.
Manchester United vs Bournemouth (Saturday, 3pm)
Manchester United deserved Wednesday's 2-1 win over Chelsea and will be eyeing another result against improving Bournemouth.
The Cherries were the 2-0 winners at Palace, extending their unbeaten run to four games.
Andoni Iraola's side will be optimistic heading into Saturday's game but the Red Devils' recent knack for grinding out results in the league hints that they should just about have enough.
Sheffield United vs Brentford (Saturday, 3pm)
Chris Wilder will have taken plenty of positives from his first game back in charge of Sheffield United against Liverpool and will be looking for his side to grab their second win of the season against injury-hit Brentford.
Bees' top scorer Bryan Mbeumo is the latest player to join their absentee list and Thomas Frank's side could be vulnerable at Bramall Lane.
Wolves vs Nottingham Forest (Saturday, 3pm)
Steve Cooper will be demanding a reaction from his Nottingham Forest side following Wednesday's 5-0 defeat at Fulham and, while their performance may improve,, the visitors could again find themselves on the wrong end of the result.
Wolves beat Burnley 1-0 in their last game and are now unbeaten in five at Molineux.
Aston Villa vs Arsenal (Saturday, 5.30pm)
Aston Villa's 1-0 victory over Manchester City extended their winning run at home to 14 Premier League games, but Arsenal were the last side to beat them and may do so again.
The Gunners battled to a 4-3 victory at Luton on Tuesday and the league leaders' recent habit of just about doing enough gives them a real chance of upsetting their former boss, Unai Emery.
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