The Premier League continues to be one of the most unpredictable domestic competitions in world football, so why not expect the unexpected?
Here are five unlikely predictions that could just come true this weekend
Villa should breach the staunch Everton defence 🦹🏾♂️
Everton's solid start to the season has seen their two matches feature only one goal in total, with two clean sheets for the Toffees to build a solid foundation for the start of the season. Aston Villa will struggle for clean sheets this season, but they've registered goals in both of their defeats this season and they can get past Everton's back four tonight.
A Pukki-inspired Norwich can beat Chelsea 🇫🇮
With four goals in two Premier League appearances so far, Finnish striker Teemu Pukki is on fire for the Canaries. Both Norwich and Chelsea took thumpings on the opening day of the season and the hosts will be confident that they can claim a big scalp here.
Mkhitaryan will star for Arsenal at Anfield 🔴
It's been a difficult start to the season for Arsenal's Armenian playmaker. He fashioned great spaces and opportunities for himself away to Newcastle but failed to deliver an end-product for his teammates. He also started Arsenal's win over Burnley and failed to impress again. He's overdue a good performance and it might just come at Anfield as Arsenal look to utilize his ball-carrying abilities on the counter-attack. Watch out, too, for Nicolas Pépé who could make his full debut for the club.
Brighton & Southampton to share the South Coast spoils 🔐
Brighton started their campaign with a stunning 3-0 win away to Watford and followed it up with a more workmanlike 1-1 draw with West Ham. Southampton will be desperate to get their season up and running after two consecutive defeats, the visitors might dig in here and see a draw as a great result in a local rivalry clash.
Wolves & Burnley to produce a goal-fest 🐺
Wolves were good value for their 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Monday night but it's now two draws from two matches and only two total goals across both of their matches. However, they can explode into life here against a Burnley side that has scored four goals in their opening two fixtures.
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