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Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur
To be sure, Tottenham will have gained some much-needed confidence following their incredible last-gasp victory over Leicester on Wednesday, but their 3-0 aggregate defeat to Chelsea in the Carabao Cup semi-final will weigh heavily on their minds, and it might be decisive at Stamford Bridge.
Spurs have also won only five of their fifteen competitive away games this season and just two of their past six, so it's unsurprising to see them as heavy underdogs in this one.
Crystal Palace vs Liverpool
Liverpool may be without two important attackers, but they retain genuine attacking quality in the form of Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino. The visitors have won three of their past four games and should take all three points in the capital this weekend, although Palace can at least register a goal.
The Reds have kept three consecutive clean sheets, but the Eagles have been on fire in front of goal. Palace have failed to score in only one of their past seven games, scoring 13 goals in total, and have scored in each of their last ten home games since drawing 0-0 with Brentford in their season opener.
Arsenal vs Burnley
Arsenal are winless in their previous four games, although they faced Manchester City and Liverpool twice during that stretch, so there are probably no huge concerns at the moment. The Gunners have won seven of their previous nine home games and have overcome a -1 handicap in six of those triumphs, and I anticipate them to win comfortably against the Clarets.
The visitors are depleted in attack, with only Jay Rodriguez scoring more than two goals this season. The Clarets have lost their past two Premier League games by a combined score of two goals, both of which were away from home, and it remains to be seen how they will do following nearly two weeks without a game.