Premier League value acca predictions: Palace to push Villa
Domestic football returns on Saturday, with seven games to look forward to in the Premier League.
The game of the day could come at the London Stadium, where Manchester City will aim to maintain their perfect start to the season against improving West Ham.
Crystal Palace are unlikely to give Aston Villa an easy time, while goals could be on the agenda when Fulham host Luton Town.
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Aston Villa lost 3-0 at Liverpool before the international break and, with a trip to Legia Warsaw to look forward to on Thursday, might be distracted when they face Crystal Palace.
The Eagles have been in the goals, with their last two matches in all competitions featuring a combined 11 strikes.
Villa have won their last eight in the league at home, while they also defeated Hibernian 3-0 in the Europa Conference League at Villa Park last month.
Unai Emery's side will be confident of bouncing back from their defeat at Anfield, but will need to be wary of a Palace side who are unbeaten away from home in all competitions.
They have scored the final goal in all three of those matches and will not give up if they go behind.
There could be goals at Craven Cottage when Fulham host Luton.
Despite demonstrating plenty of spirit, the Hatters are still to pick up a point in the Premier League, but will have been working hard over the international break to transform their fortunes.
The Cottagers have collected a decent four points from as many games at the start of the season and will see Saturday's match as an incredibly winnable fixture.
Goals have been a feature of their games, with three or more scored in their last three outings. It is a similar story for Luton, who have also seen three or more goals in their three outings this term.
They could flow again and over 3.5 goals looks a real possibility in this one, especially as that has been the case in six of the last seven competitive meetings.
Erling Haaland has made a frighteningly fast start to the new season and his record against West Ham hints that he could continue his run on Saturday.
The Norwegian netted his first two goals for Manchester City in a 2-0 win at the London Stadium in August 2022 and was also on the scoresheet in May's 3-0 win over the Hammers at the Etihad.
With six goals in four Premier League matches, Haaland is already on course to eclipse last term's 36 league strikes.
West Ham have taken an impressive 10 points from 12 available and can threaten the Citizens. However, they are still to beat Saturday's opponents since moving to Stratford and are also yet to keep a clean sheet this season.
Haaland can take advantage and score two or more goals for the third time already in 2023-24.
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