There’s no let up in the English Premier League this weekend, with a Manchester derby top of the bill on Saturday lunchtime.

Old Trafford is the venue as Manchester United host noisy neighbours and reigning EPL champions Manchester City in the early kick off.

Football is a funny old game indeed, with all the pressure on United chief Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and none whatsoever on opposite number Pep Guardiola, despite the former sitting just three points below the latter in the table.

The heat has come off the Red Devils chief just a smidge at least, thanks to last weekend’s timely win.

Chelsea can cement their position at the top of the Premier League standings on Saturday, too, when they welcome Burnley to Stamford Bridge.

A top four tussle on Sunday sees Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool head south to the capital to tackle impressive West Ham.

It’s a fixture that also marks David Moyes’ 1 000th game in management when the pair kick off at the London Stadium.

Antonio Conte makes his EPL return on Merseyside when he takes his Tottenham side to Everton, having taken over following the sacking of Nuno Espirito Santo.

Arsenal are in action at the same time at the Emirates Stadium as they eye the top four, with Watford making the short trip south inside the M25.

There’s plenty of intrigue at Elland Road, too, with Marcelo Bielsa’s struggling Leeds hosting inconsistent Leicester.

Wolves are also in sparkling Premier League form going into their Saturday game away to Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace, who are full of confidence themselves following last weekend’s shock success at the Etihad Stadium.

Newcastle continue their new era under Saudi rule in the Saturday evening kick off, as they make the long trip to play Brighton, who are without a win in five.

Brentford have also lost three on the spin to dampen spirits in west London following their impressive start to life in the top flight after sealing promotion from the Championship.

The Bees have a golden opportunity to put that right, though, as they host winless Norwich.

A pair of strugglers bring the EPL curtain up on Friday night at St Mary’s Stadium, as Southampton host Aston Villa.

English Premier League predictions for 5 – 7 November

Prediction methodology explainedThe expected win percentage is based off publicly available odds. For example, if a team’s odds are 2.30, the expected chance of winning is 43%. If the odds are 1.62 the expected chance of winning is 62% and so on. These are accurate at the time of writing but are subject to change. Where there is no value listed, the odds were not available at the time of writing.

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