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Premier League: Predictions for all five games on Saturday
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Tom Hill
Ange Postecoglou and Tottenham face a tough assignment at Molineux at lunchtime on Saturday
Ange Postecoglou and Tottenham face a tough assignment at Molineux at lunchtime on Saturday

There are five games on the Premier League card on Saturday as the domestic action dominates the agenda for one more weekend before the upcoming international break, and here are our expert writers' top selections for each of those clashes.

Wolves vs Tottenham (Saturday, 12.30pm)

Tottenham will look to bounce back from their first defeat of the season when they travel to Molineux to take on Wolves in Saturday's early kick-off.

Spurs lost 4-1 to Chelsea in a chaotic game in the capital on Monday, and it came at a price, too, as they lost several players to injury and suspension.

James Maddison and Micky van de Ven face a spell on the sidelines, while Cristian Romero and Destiny Udogie are suspended.

Wolves are without Pedro Neto, but Gary O'Neil's side will fancy their chances against a wounded Spurs outfit.

Arsenal vs Burnley (Saturday, 3pm)

Mikel Arteta's Arsenal will hope to add to Burnley's woes when the two teams meet at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The Gunners were beaten 1-0 by Newcastle last weekend, but they got back to winning ways with a 2-0 success over Sevilla in the Champions League.

Arsenal should have no issues getting back to winning ways in the league, though, with the Clarets losing five on the spin. They have failed to score in three of their last five games away from home, and that trend should only worsen this week.

Crystal Palace vs Everton (Saturday, 3pm)

Everton will look to move to within one point of Crystal Palace on Saturday when the two teams face off at Selhurst Park.

Palace are 11th in the table on 15 points, but Everton could soon be breathing down their neck. Sean Dyche's six are 16th after collecting 11 points so far, but they have found some form and are unbeaten in three in all competitions.

Everton have only lost twice away from home, and they should be able to pick up a share of the points against a Palace side who are winless in three in front of their own fans.

Sean Dyche has seen his Everton side improve in recent weeks
Sean Dyche has seen his Everton side improve in recent weeks

Manchester United vs Luton (Saturday, 3pm)

After nearly beating Liverpool last week, Luton Town will try to pull off another shock win when they travel to Old Trafford to take on Manchester United.

The Hatters picked up a morale-boosting point against the Reds after a 1-1 draw, but they will fancy their chances of unsettling the Red Devils.

Erik ten Hag's men have lost three of their last four in all competitions, conceding 10 goals in the process.

Luton have only lost one of their last three on the road in the league and may be able to keep things tight this Saturday.

Bournemouth vs Newcastle (Saturday 5.30pm)

Bournemouth will aim to avoid a third-straight defeat in all competitions when they welcome Newcastle to the Vitality Stadium.

The Cherries were thumped 6-1 by Manchester City last weekend, but they have had more time to prepare for the game than Newcastle.

Eddie Howe's team were beaten 2-0 by Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League on Tuesday, and the Magpies are having to battle several injury worries.

Bournemouth have scored in four consecutive games, so they will feel confident of scoring, but they should still fall short against Howe's team.

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