Tottenham vs Liverpool (2-2)

The end of the first international weekend for the new season kicks off with the marquee fixture at Wembley Stadium. Spurs who were deeply wounded by their shock loss to Watford in their last game will seek to rebound against a title contender. A win will be a huge fillip; however, Liverpool will also play a similar brand of high press football and will be gunning for a win. An exciting draw could be the result.

Bournemouth vs Leicester (2-1)

Bournemouth saw their good run ended by Chelsea in their last fixture. They now take aim at Leicester who are currently playing a better brand of football under Claude Puel, especially with young talents such as Maddison, Grey and Chilwell becoming regular starters. Vardy is expected to return from his three-match ban to lead the line. Both teams are expected to go all out for a victory and Callum Wilson will seek to retain his good form. Bournemouth should come out winner at home.

Chelsea vs Cardiff City (4-0)

Chelsea are expected to thrash Cardiff at home, anything else should be a surprise. Cardiff were unlucky to have escaped their last fixture against Arsenal without a point, they will however try to prove a point against Chelsea, as they still remain the bookies favourite to make an early return to the Championship.

Huddersfield vs Crystal Palace (1-1)

For Huddersfield to avoid a second season syndrome and retain their BPL place, their home form will be important. Fixture like these with Crystal Palace are already must wins. Palace are a better team than their next opponents and should leave with at least a point.

Manchester City vs Fulham (3-1)

This should be an interesting game with both teams likely to play attacking for ninety minutes. At the end, City’s strength should prevail sufficiently over Fulham.

Newcastle vs Arsenal (1-2)

Arsenal will seek to get another three point on the road that would see their season back on track. Newcastle at home shouldn’t be easy, but the Gunners should do enough to put away Rafa’s stubborn men.

Watford vs Manchester United (1-1)

Watford will seek to maintain their perfect start which would also heap more pressure on Jose Mourinho. Manchester United will seek to get their season back on track. It should be interesting to see how United approach this game. They could be with their in form left back, Luke Shaw who suffered a head injury on international duties for England. A draw could be the full-time result.

Wolves vs Burnley (2-0)

Wolves will seek to prove their hype when they take aim at Burnley. The BPL returnees should be strong and efficient enough at home to put away Sean Dyche’s men who are expected to struggle a lot more this season.

Everton vs West Ham (3-2)

Manuel Pellegrini has already found himself in the hot seat with his West Ham job on the line. Another loss could spell sack. West Ham are expected to come out guns blazing against a better Everton team at Goodison. The Londoner’s best may not be good enough and their board could also see enough as it relates to Pellegrini as manager.

Southampton vs Brighton (2-0)

Southampton and Brighton so far have fell below the radar in their season thus far. They will both seek to get win. The home team should do well enough on the day to put away their opponents.

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    Tottenham vs Liverpool (2-2) The end of the first international weekend for the new season kicks off with the marquee fixture at Wembley Stadium. Spur
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