Everton vs Chelsea
Jose Mourinho’s men needed this international break the most after such a poor start to the season. Let’s face it, Mourinho rarely gets it wrong and Chelsea will be buzzing to get back on track in defending their title. Everton on the other haven’t had a good start to the season and Chelsea should get the better of them at the Goodison.
Everton 1 Chelsea 2
Arsenal vs Stoke
Stoke will be missing Ibrahim Afellay and Charlie Adam who are both serving suspensions. Stoke are yet to record a win in the league. Also, Arsenal has gotten the better of Stoke in their last five home visits so expect a home victory for the Gunners.
Arsenal 3 Stoke 1
Crystal Palace vs Man City
This should a great weekend game between the high flying Manchester City and Alan Pardew’s new and exciting Palace. Bacary Sagna is a doubt and Zabaleta is still out injured so expect the exciting Bolasie to capitalise on Man City right side of defense. City on the other hand have looked the best team in the league and should have the players to win this game. New signing Kevin De Bruyne is expected to make his debut.
Crystal Palace 1 Man City 2
Norwich vs Bournemouth
Two of the newcomers to the league go head to head in what should be a very entertaining game. This should be an open game so expect goals in this one.
Norwich 2 Bournemouth 2
Watford vs Swansea
Swansea looks impressive with new signing Andre Ayew looking like the best signing of the transfer window. With Bafetimbi Gomis leading the Premier league goal charts and the ever buzzing Jefferson Montero, Watford is going to have a hard task containing Swansea.
Watford 0 Swansea 2
West Brom vs Southampton
Southampton is coming off an impressive victory against Norwich and has managed to kept Victor Wanyama and Saido Mane. With Berahino’s failed transfer to Spurs, the question will be asked if he is mentally prepared for this game. Expect a tight, low scoring game here.
West Brom 1 Southampton 1
Manchester United vs Liverpool
The game of the weekend and one of the biggest rivalries in football’s history. Van Gaal has said that Manchester United will beat Liverpool but he doesn’t expect Manchester United to win the league. Expect a tight game with United to prevailing.
Manchester United 1 Liverpool 0
Sunderland vs Tottenham
With Harry Kane coming off a good international break, the question will be asked if he can find form for Spurs. Sunderland has been struggling and has signed Borini from Liverpool to help solve their poor start to the season. With Sunderland leaking goals, Tottenham is going to this game as clear favourites.
Sunderland 0 Tottenham 2
Leicester City vs Aston Villa
Claudio Raneiri and his Foxes look superb in the league and has impressed most with their vibrant and exciting football. Aston Villa on the other hand is a work in progress and has a very difficult game against Leicester.
Leicester City 2 Aston Villa 0
West Ham vs Newcastle
Steve McClaren and his team have yet to record a victory in the league with two draws and two defeats in their opening four games. West Ham is unpredictable at the moment after beating Arsenal and Liverpool away from home and losing their opening two home games.
West Ham 1 Newcastle 1