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Saturday's English Premier League Matches And Well Researched Predictions.

The above are todays English premier league fixtures.

We have analyzed the above matches and came up with our predictions for all todays matches.

Analysis And Predictions.

1)Chelsea Vs Norwich City(Stamford Bridge,Kick off 14:30pm EAT)

Chelsea have won 2 of their last 2 previous meetings with Norwich city.

Chelsea currently sit top of the premier league standings with 19 points.

Norwich are currently last on the standings with only 2 points.

Tip:Chelsea win/Over 1.5

2)Crystal Palace Vs Newcastle united(Selhurst Park,Kick off 17:00pm EAT)

Both teams have won once in their last two meetings between them.

Crystal Palace are 14th while Newcastle are 19th in the table standings.

Tip:Over 1.5

3)Everton Vs Watford(Goodison Park,Kick off 17:00pm EAT)

Everton have won three of their four premier league home games this season.

Watford have lost to nil five times in the league this season.

Everton have won 12 of their last 14 home games against watford.

Tip:Everton Win

4)Leeds United Vs Wolverhampton(Kick off 17:00pm EAT)

Leeds have only won one game this season and are currently 17th in the league.

Wolves have bounced back from a poor start and are now 10th in the league.

Tip:Both teams score.

5)Southampton Vs Burnley(St.Marys stadium,Kick off 17:00pm EAT)

Southampton have won 8 times in their past 23 meetings with Burnley.

Burnley have not won any of their last five matches and with 0 wins in their last 4 away games.

Tip:Southampton Win.

6)Brighton Vs Manchester City(America Express stadium,Kick off 19:30pm EAT)

Brighton have lost just once so far this season in the premier league.

Manchester city have also only lost once this season.

Tip:Man city Win/Un 3.5Goals

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