Premier League predictions Gameweek 6: Wins for Man United & Man City?

Premier League predictions Gameweek 6

Premier League predictions Gameweek 6

Premier League predictions Gameweek 6

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West Ham v Spurs: Draw at half-time, Tottenham win: 10/3.

Bournemouth to win at Everton: 9/2.

Manchester City to beat Crystal Palace 7-1 is 66/1!

Premier League Gameweek 6

We may still be early on in the season but all eyes are on the nascent title race.

Last season there was hope and expectation that Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United would take on Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City for the Premier League title.

In the end, Chelsea ran away with the Premier League title, with only Spurs coming close to the Blues.

Manchester United v Manchester City at the top of the table

This season feels like we might get that United v City (Mourinho v Pep) title race that everyone was hoping for last season.

On the face of it, Manchester City look to have one of the easiest games in Premier League history against Crystal Palace.

Whilst Manchester United are clear favourites going into their match at Southampton.

Manchester United v Southampton match preview.

It would not be a huge surprise if both Manchester clubs scored big yet again in Premier League Gameweek 6.

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Tottenham at West Ham

Other big games to watch out for on Saturday include the early match, which might be the best Premier League encounter of the weekend.

Spurs head to West Ham looking for revenge after losing this fixture in the past two seasons.

Chelsea, another side who will surely be in the title shake-up, head to Stoke for a big test of their credentials this season.

Read: Stoke v Chelsea match preview.

Will the Liverpool blip continue?

The late game on Saturday features Liverpool at Leicester.

Jurgen Klopp’s side will be keen to gain revenge for their Carabao Cup defeat on Tuesday night.

A host of other games will no doubt provide intrigue at the very least, including Everton v Bournemouth, Swansea v Watford and Brighton v Newcastle (on Sunday).

The Gameweek closes out on Monday night with Arsenal hosting West Brom at the Emirates.

For those preparing fantasy teams, remember there are midweek Champions League matches coming up…

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