Premier League fixtures and predictions – 24-26 November

Posted on: 12th November 2018

We’re gearing up for another round of Premier League matches after the international break and we can see more goals for Manchester City.


Brighton & Hove Albion 15:00 Leicester City
Brighton are tough cookies when it comes to games at the AMEX Stadium and we’re surprised to see them priced so big to overcome a Foxes side who are a bit short on goals at the moment.

Brighton 1 Leicester 0

Everton 15:00 Cardiff City
Everton held Chelsea at Stamford Bridge which is no mean feat and they should build on that draw with a victory against a Cardiff side who landed a comeback win against Brighton last time.

Everton 3 Cardiff 1

Fulham 15:00 Southampton
Fulham looked pretty bright at Anfield and perhaps they will click into gear against a Southampton side who were cruelly denied by the officials against Watford.

Fulham 3 Southampton 0

Manchester United 15:00 Crystal Palace
Manchester United were no match for Manchester City but they should overcome a poor Crystal Palace side who rely on Wilfried Zaha for goals.

Manchester United 3 Crystal Palace 0

Watford 15:00 Liverpool
Watford can give Liverpool a game immediately after the international break but perhaps the Reds will find a way to win. Xherdan Shaqiri is proving to be an inspired signing and could prove to be the match winner.

Watford 1 Liverpool 2

West Ham United 15:00 Manchester City
Manchester City have been rampant and we might expect this to continue, especially with Bernardo Silva and David Silva pulling the strings. As for Raheem Sterling, he represents a major scoring threat these days.

West Ham 2 Manchester City 5

Tottenham Hotspur 17:30 Chelsea
We can see honours even in this London derby, with Spurs and Chelsea likely to cancel each other out and that would mean the Blues’ unbeaten run in the Premier League continues.

Tottenham 1 Chelsea 1


AFC Bournemouth 13:30 Arsenal
The Gunners were held by Wolves in their last match and it might be the same thing happening against a Bournemouth side who like to attack at will.

Bournemouth 2 Arsenal 2

Wolverhampton Wanderers 16:00 Huddersfield Town

Perhaps Wolves aren’t good things against a tough-tackling Terriers side who won’t be showing their opponents too much respect.

Wolves 1 Huddersfield 1


Burnley 20:00 Newcastle United
Burnley clash with Newcastle and we can see it being an even game as the Clarets look to build on that slightly fortunate clean sheet that was claimed at the King Power Stadium.

Burnley 1 Newcastle 1