The CrowdScores EPL Weekend preview – (24th-26th November)

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Saturday 24th- Monday 26th November

Brighton & Hove Albion v Leicester City

Brighton form: LLWWW

Leicester form: DWDLL

Last Meeting: Brighton 0 Leicester 2 (31st March 2018)

After an impressive win, Brighton have lost two in a row and look to top scorer Glen Murray for inspiration. Leicester have found goals hard to come by with only three goals in five games.

CrowdScores predicts: Leicester win

Everton v Cardiff City

Everton form: DWWLW

Cardiff form: WLLWL

Last Meeting: Everton 2 Cardiff 1 (15th March 2014)

Everton find themselves doing well in 9th place, five points away from Arsenal in fifth place. Even after beating Brighton, Cardiff still find themselves in the relegation zone due to goal difference.

CrowdScores predicts: Everton win

Fulham v Southampton

Fulham form: LLLLL

Southampton form: DLDDL

Last meeting: Fulham 0 Southampton 1 (6th January 2018)

Fulham have replaced Jovanovic with Ranieri as they are planted to the bottom of the table. Southampton are not doing much better at 17th place.

CrowdScores predicts: Draw

Manchester United v Crystal Palace

Man Utd form: LWWWL

Crystal Palace form: LLLDL

Last meeting: Palace 2 Man Utd 3 (5th March 2018)

Martial will be vital to this match. He has been revitalised this season and is their top goalscorer with seven goals. Crystal Palace have had mixed fortunes, Zaha, their talisman has only netted three times in the league.

CrowdScores predicts: Man Utd win

Watford v Liverpool

Watford form: DLWWL

Liverpool form: WLDWW

Last Meeting: Liverpool 5 Watford 0 (17th March 2018)

Watford saw a Salah masterclass last time they played each other. Salah scored four goals and assisted one as they destroyed the Hornets 5-0. Watford would be hoping for revenge after their good start to the season.

CrowdScores predicts: Liverpool win

West Ham United v Manchester City

West Ham form: DWLDL

Manchester City form: WWWWW

Last Meeting: West Ham 1 Man City 4

Everyone is running out of superlatives for Manchester City, and it looks like they could gain another league title to the trophy cabinet as they carry on their unbeaten season. West Ham look once again at a mid table finish.

CrowdScores predicts: Manchester City win.

Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea

Spurs form: WWWWL

Chelsea form: DWWWW

Last Meeting: Chelsea 1 Spurs 3 (1st April 2018)

Spurs got back to winning ways after their defeat against Man City, including making their way back into qualifying in the Champions League, after a late fightback against PSV. Chelsea have been playing well, however, the goalless draw against Everton could be a cause for concern.

CrowdScore predicts: Chelsea win

AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal

Bournemouth form: LLWWD

Arsenal form: DDDWD

Last Meeting: Bournemouth 2 Arsenal 1 (14th January 2018)

Arsenal are maintaining a fifth place position, even though they have drawn the last three league games. Bournemouth have started to slip up with their form, they lost their last two games to Newcastle and Man Utd.

CrowdScores predicts: Arsenal win

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Huddersfield Town

Wolves form: DLLLW

Huddersfield form: DWLLD

Last Meeting: Wolves 0 Huddersfield 1 (25th April 2017)

Wolves this season have been impressive against the big clubs; drawing with Man Utd, Man City and Arsenal. However losses to Brighton and Watford leave them midtable. Huddersfield are struggling near the bottom of the table, a draw against West Ham could give them some confidence coming into the game.

CrowdScores predicts: Wolves win

Burnley v Newcastle United

Burnley form: DLLLD

Newcastle form: WWDLL

Last Meeting: Newcastle 1 Burnley 1 (31st Januar y 2018)

Both teams are both level with each other in the table, with nine points. Burnley’s defensive woes were eased with a clean sheet against Leicester. Newcastle could extend their winning streak to three with a win here.

CrowdScores predicts: Draw

 

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