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Premier League Weekly: Will Manchester United get a win, and what will happen when Chelsea and Liverpool clash again?

Jose Mourinho (Julian Finney/Getty Images)
Jose Mourinho (Julian Finney/Getty Images)

THE Ryder Cup is dominating the sporting weekend, but while events continue in Paris, there is the small matter of a busy Saturday of football, with all of the big six teams in action.

PREMIER LEAGUE WEEKLY previews the eight games, before returning in full next weekend.

Adam’s Saturday Scores:

WEST HAM 0 MANCHESTER UNITED 2

One of these teams scored eight in midweek, while the other sees the manager and star player at loggerheads. Jose Mourinho has confirmed Paul Pogba will play, and it should see United win a fourth successive match on their travels.

ARSENAL 2 WATFORD 1

Unai Emery has quietly reeled off six straight wins as Arsenal manager to calm some of the early panic after two defeats. It has been harder since the international break for Watford and they may get edged out here.

EVERTON 3 FULHAM 1

Everton could do with a victory as suddenly one win in six does not seem such a positive start. They made plenty of chances in defeat at Arsenal, and if granted the same by Fulham’s porous defence, they should take advantage.

HUDDERSFIELD 0 TOTTENHAM 3

Tottenham have steadied the ship a little in the last seven days with victory at Brighton and then a penalty shoot-out win over Watford in the League Cup. Expect that momentum to continue at bottom-of-the-table Huddersfield.

MANCHESTER CITY 2 BRIGHTON 0

Chris Hughton will have a plan of how to make Brighton competitive but it is asking a lot for them to come away from the Etihad with anything. City will hope for three points before they go to Anfield next Sunday.

NEWCASTLE 1 LEICESTER 1

Which Leicester will we see on Tyneside? Newcastle will hope it’s the one that capitulated at Bournemouth a fortnight ago. The home side badly need a win, but at least a point would be better after three home losses.

WOLVES 2 SOUTHAMPTON 0

Wolves look an impressive Premier League outfit, and they will want to build on their good point at Old Trafford last week. Their progressive approach should be too much for a limited Southampton side.

CHELSEA 2 LIVERPOOL 1

The biggest game of the season to date and a repeat of Wednesday’s League Cup tie. Eden Hazard was the difference then and the little Belgian could well have the biggest influence at Stamford Bridge.