United won in their previous match with over 8.5 goals in full time aganist Southampton,while Everton also won in the mid week. Both teams have the quality that it takes to take all the maximum points.
Arsenal will not want a repeat of their previous dramatizing away match aganist Wolverhampton. Arsenal lost that match after their two red card in that match. Although they have been performing well in their previous matches since beating Chelsea.
Aston Villa are also good haven't lost any game in their three previous games,and do play play good attacking football. Both teams will score in these match and Arsenal to win.
The heavy loss's and the two red card has been a frusty towards the head coach for Southampton,and will be demanding for immediate response from his side as they head into this match tomorrow.
Meanwhile Newcastle also have had a tough start of this term,and lie down the bottom table with almost no win in 10 plus games. Both teams will want to baiuvmnce back from their defeats and we expect a tight encounter. Less goals thus are expected tomorrow,a draw or double chance.
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