Manchester United travel to Tottenham for the late kick-off on Saturday in a game both managers will be desperate to pick up 3 points in, with both Ole (5.60) and Nuno (5.94) in significant pressure in.
(all kick offs Saturday 3pm unless stated)
Leicester City (9th) vs Arsenal (10th) – Saturday 12:30 PM KO
Leicester form: LDDWW
Arsenal form: WWDDW
Top scorers: Vardy (7); Aubameyang (4)
Burnley (18th) vs Brentford (12th)
Burnley form: LDDLD
Brentford form: WDWLL
Top scorers: Cornet (3) Mbuemo (2)
Liverpool (2nd) vs Brighton & Hove Albion (5th)
Liverpool form: WDDWW
Brighton form: WDDDL
Top scorers: Salah (10); Maupay (4)
Manchester City (3rd) vs Crystal Palace (15th)
City form: DWDWW
Palace form: LDDDD
Top scorers: Foden (3); Edouard (3)
Newcastle United (19th) vs Chelsea (1st)
Newcastle form: DDLLD
Chelsea form: WLWWW
Top scorers: Wilson (4); Chilwell, Lukaku & Mount (3)
Watford (14th) vs Southampton (16th)
Watford form: WDLLW
Saints form: DLLWD
Top scorers: Sarr (4); Broja & Ward-Prowse (2)
Tottenham Hotspur (6th) vs Manchester United (7th) – Saturday 5:30PM KO
Spurs form: LLWWL
United form: WLDLL
Top scorers: Son (4); Fernandes & Greenwood (4)
Norwich City (20th) vs Leeds United (17th) – Sunday 2PM KO
Norwich form: LLDDL
Leeds form: DLWLD
Top scorers: Pukki (2); Raphinha (3)
Aston Villa (13th) vs West Ham United (4th) – Sunday 4:30PM KO
Villa form: WWLLL
WHU form: LWLWW
Top scorers: Ings (3); Antonio (6)
Wolverhampton Wanderers (11th) vs Everton (8th) – Monday 1stNov – 8PM KO
Wolves form: LWWWD
Everton form: LWDLL
Top scorers: Hee-Chan Hwang (4); Calvert-Lewin, Gray & Townsend (3)
Unsurprisingly, Liverpool’s ratings are through the roof following their dismantling of Man United at Old Trafford. Mo Salah, arguably the best player in the world at the moment, scored a staggering 8.99 from fans for his performance at United. Trent Alexander-Arnold also scored high with a 7.99, while seven other Liverpool players scored over 7.00’s.
West Ham got a derby day win over Spurs last weekend, it was defender Cresswell and Kurt Zouma who impressed most on the day, scoring 7.79 and 7.39 respectively. Goal scorer Michail Antonio was in the 7’s too scoring a 7.59 for his part in the win over Tottenham.
Claudio Ranieri got his first win as Watford boss, beating Everton 5-2. Joshua King came back to bite the hand that used to feed him, scoring a hat trick against his former club, King was man of the match on the day, with a huge 8.65 from fans. Emmanuel Dennis had a good afternoon, coming off the bench and scoring the 5th, fans gave him a 7.65 and were clearly impressed with the impact made from Dennis.
Remember to rate your players this week to ensure your voice is heard!
Written by Owen Quinn.