Premier League: Predictions for all seven games on Saturday
- Back Manchester City to win & over 3.5 goals against Everton
- Back Bournemouth to win against Fulham
- Back Liverpool to win and both teams to score against Burnley
- Back Luton to win and Under 3.5 Goals against Sheffield United
- Back Tottenham to win and both teams to score against Brighton
- Back Matheus Cunha to score and Wolves to win against Brentford
- Back both teams to score & over 2.5 goals between Nottingham Forest and Newcastle
There is another hectic day of Premier League football on Saturday, with seven fixtures to look forward to, with Manchester City and Arsenal among those in action.
Here are our experts' selections for the day's action.
Manchester City vs Everton (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Manchester City seem to be finding form at the usual time in their season and just as worrying for their rivals are the recent returns of Kevin De Bruyne and Erling Haaland.
They face an Everton side who grabbed a late equaliser in last weekend's lunchtime game to draw 2-2 against Tottenham, but while they can play their part at the Etihad, it could still result in a seventh league game on the spin without a victory.
Fulham vs Bournemouth (Saturday, 3pm)
Bournemouth's momentum has been stalled by a run of four Premier League games without a victory but they could come good at Fulham.
The Cottagers may have beaten Arsenal at home in December but that is their only league win in seven and they could be vulnerable at Craven Cottage.
Liverpool vs Burnley (Saturday, 3pm)
Liverpool will be looking to bounce back from last Sunday's 3-1 defeat at Arsenal and, with the best home record in the league, should have too much for Burnley.
The Clarets are still to consistently prove they are up to it in the Premier League but have scored in trips to Arsenal, Aston Villa and Manchester City and could grab another goal at Anfield.
Luton vs Sheffield United (Saturday, 3pm)
Luton have made progress in their battle against the drop and could boost their survival hopes against Sheffield United.
The Blades currently sit at the bottom of the division and are still trying to find the momentum they had hoped for following Chris Wilder's return as boss. It could be another happy afternoon for the Hatters.
Tottenham vs Brighton (Saturday, 3pm)
Tottenham remain in the title hunt and will be confident of getting the better of visitors Brighton.
The pair tend to play out exciting games, with at least four goals scored in three of the last four meetings, and more of the same could be the case on Saturday.
Wolves vs Brentford (Saturday, 3pm)
Striker Matheus Cunha has been directly involved in 12 goals in Wolves' last 12 Premier League matches and could shine against Brentford.
The Bees have dropped a league-high 26 points from winning positions this season and Cunha could inspire his side against a defence that has gone 12 games without a Premier League clean sheet.
Nottingham Forest vs Newcastle (Saturday, 5.30pm)
Nottingham Forest beat Newcastle 3-1 on Boxing Day and this game represents another opportunity to try and move away from relegation danger.
Opponents Newcastle have lost six of their last nine league matches but both teams have scored in their last five and there could be more entertainment at the City Ground.
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