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Everton vs. Manchester United
United will aim to return to winning ways in the Premier League when they travel on Saturday afternoon to relegation-threatened Everton, who are also looking for their first win in the Premier League since March.
Man United played out a 1-1 draw with Leicester City in the league last weekend, which left them in seventh spot in the table, while Everton lost to Burnley 3-2 on Wednesday night.
It’s a must-win for both teams as United still set their sights on Europe while Everton chase survival at the bottom of the table.
However, when the two met earlier in the season, the game ended one-apiece.
Arsenal vs. Brighton
In the three games Arsenal faced after the international break (Crystal Palace, Brighton, and Southampton), scoring 9 points was great, but scoring 7 points was relatively acceptable.
None of these options remain. These next two games must bring 6 points each if they are to qualify for Champions League football.
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Ramsdale; Cedric, White, Gabirel, Tavares; Odegaard, Sambi, Xhaka; Saka, Lacazette, Martinelli,
Brighton: Sanchez; Veltman, Dunk, Webster; Lamptey, Bissouma, Lallana, Cucurella; Trossard, Maupay, Welbeck; Trossard, Maupay, Welbeck
Southampton vs. Chelsea
Southampton and Chelsea face off at St. Mary’s on the 32nd game of the current Premier League campaign. Chelsea failed to impress in their 4-1 loss to Brentford but despite the loss, they’ll still qualified for the Champions League. Romelu Lukaku is expected to return to the starting line-up, along with full-back Reece James. Ben Chilwell and Callum HudsonOdoi are expected to be sidelined through injury for the capital club.
The Saints, on the other hand, have only won one point total from the previous four games. Because Southampton has little to play in the finals of the season.
Leeds vs. Watford
Watford last traveled to Liverpool. This is a game where no one expects visitors to earn points. After Liverpool led Jota in the 22nd minute. Watford defended well, but recently missed a penalty scored by Fabinho to block the home team’s 20th win. Watford remain in the bottom three places ahead of this weekend’s clash, but winning Leeds gives Hodgson’s men the platform they need to survive this season.
Leeds had a home advantage over Southampton last weekend, leading through Harrison after 30 minutes. However, Southampton intentionally played in the second half and caught up with the tie through Ward Prows in the 49th minute. Neither team was able to score a winning goal and had to settle for one goal at a time.
Watford predicted starting XI: Foster, Kabasele, Femena, Kamara, Samir, Sissoko, Kucka, Louza, Hernández, Sarr, Pedro
Leeds predicted starting XI: Meslier, Cooper, Ayling, Dallas, Llorente, Klich, Forshaw, Harrison, Rodrigo, James, Raphinha
Aston Villa vs. Tottenham
Aston Villa made a short trip to Wolves last time in hopes of a reversal of fate. However, only seven minutes later, Wolves led through Johnny and doubled their lead with an own goal by Young in the 36th minute. In the second half, it became tighter and more tense, and in the 86th minute, Aston Villa was able to score a goal from Watkins’ penalty, but the visitors did not have enough time to level.
Aston Villa predicted starting XI: Martnez, Young, Mings, Konsa, Coutinho, Sanson, McGinn, Cash, Ramsey, Watkins, Bailey
Tottenham produced a five-star performance against Newcastle last time out at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Newcastle actually led in the 39th minute, but the Spurs caught up with a rare Davis goal before halftime. Spurs shone in the second half, leading through Doherty in the 48th minute and Son six minutes later. Emerson made it 4-1 shortly after the hour mark, and Bergwijn got off the bench in the second half, scoring the fifth and final goal of the host’s game.
Tottenham predicted starting XI: Lloris, Doherty, Davies, Romero, Emerson, Son, Hojbjerg, Dier, Bentancur, Kulusevski, Kane