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Chelsea v Manchester City leads the way in a busy Saturday in the Premier League. If you're stuck for correct score predictions, don't worry, we have them all here from our football writers...

"Imperious Manchester City have dropped just four points from their opening 15 fixtures and the ruthless Citizens should be backed to enhance that return against a Chelsea side that's now suffered two defeats in their past three Premier League outings. Chelsea 1-2 Man City."

Back the 1-2 at [9.6]

Liverpool to edge the encounter

Steve Rawlings says: "This looks set to be a tight affair but it's impossible to oppose title challengers, Liverpool, who have won 12 of their 15 Premier League ties to date this season. Bournemouth have lost two of their last three home games 2-1 and Liverpool won at both Leicester and Spurs by that score line, so 2-1 to the Reds looks like a sensible play. Bournemouth 1-2 Liverpool."

Back the 1-2 at [9.4]

Everything points to a handsome Arsenal win

Simon Mail says: "Unai Emery's side should prove far too strong for Huddersfield and their potent attack will have plenty of opportunities at the Emirates Stadium. The Terriers have only won one away game and were thumped 5-0 at Arsenal last season. Arsenal 3-1 Huddersfield."

Back the 3-1 at [12.5]

In-form visitors to edge it

James Pacheco says: "Burnley carry on struggling to score and are up against a side high on confidence who will be viewing this as a good opportunity to climb even higher up the table. Brighton may well get that win here but if they do, it's likely to be by the single goal in a hard-fought contest. Burnley 0-1 Brighton."

Back the 0-1 at [7.4]

Bluebirds are too strong for new manager effect

Paul Robinson says: "Southampton may have appointed a new manager in the shape of former RB Leipzig boss, Ralph Hasenhüttl, but I can't see it having an immediate effect as they travel to a Cardiff side who have won three of their last four at home. A win for the hosts with both teams scoring appeals. Cardiff 2-1 Southampton."

Back the 2-1 at [11.5]

Jose's men will struggle once again

Dan Fitch says: "Manchester United defended awfully in their 2-2 draw with Arsenal in midweek and a revitalised Fulham could take advantage of their malaise. In the three games that the Cottagers have played under Claudio Ranieri, only Chelsea have beaten them. It's worth backing Fulham at favourable odds to take their first away point of the Ranieri-era, against a United side that are without a win in their last four Premier League games. Man Utd 1-1 Fulham.."

Back the 1-1 at [10.5]

Hammering it in

Andrew Atherley says: "The Hammers have a good chance of further improvement now that their fixture list has eased and the odds may underestimate them against a fairly toothless Palace side. West Ham 2-0 Crystal Palace."

Back the 2-0 at [12.5]

Taking advantage at Stamford Bridge

Mark O'Haire says: "Imperious Manchester City have dropped just four points from their opening 15 fixtures and the ruthless Citizens should be backed to enhance that return against a Chelsea side that's now suffered two defeats in their past three Premier League outings. Chelsea 1-2 Man City."

Back the 1-2 at [9.6]

Kane to outshine sly Foxes

Andy Schooler says: "Leicester have impressed at times but have also struggled against the best sides in the league. Harry Kane has scored more goals against the Foxes than any other team and he can help the visitors extend their fine record against the non-elite - they've won 10 of 11 games against sides outside the current top five. Leicester 1-2 Tottenham."

Back the 1-2 at [9.8]

A goal apiece at St James' Park

Dave Tindall says: "No team in the top-flight has lost more home games than Newcastle but they may be able to get at a Wolves side who seem to save their best for the tougher tests when getting more room to play. A low-scoring draw looks the way to go. Newcastle 1-1 Wolves."

Back the 1-1 at [6.8]

Toffees to get back on track

Mark O'Haire says: "Everton were frustrated by Newcastle at Goodison Park on Wednesday evening, but Marco Silva's men can get back on track with a narrow success at home to out-of-form Watford on Monday night. Everton 2-1 Watford."

Back the 2-1 at 13/2

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