English Premiership Analysis prediction and lineup- Today Sunday 13th December 2020 is another day for English premiership matches.
The available premiership matches for today are:
- Fulham vs Liverpool
- Arsenal Vs Burnley
- Southampton Vs Sheffield United
- Leicester City Vs Brighton
- Crystal palace Vs Tottenham
Recall that yesterday was a great battle between Manchester United and Manchester City which ended in a 0:0 draw and also another tough one between Everton and Chelsea which ended in in a 1:0 with Chelsea loosing to Everton.
Aston Villa also won Wolves 1: 0 and Newcastle defeated Westbrom 2:1.
In all the English premiership of yesterday, we only had Newcastle West Brom scoring over 2 goals.
English Premiership Analysis prediction and lineup
1. Fulham vs Liverpool
Today Fulham will be facing the big red Liverpool in Fulham’s home. It is obviously not going to be an easy to win match for Liverpool, considerinbg the fact that Fulham has never been a walk over especially in their home.
It should however be noted that Last weekend Fulham were comfortably beaten 2-0 at Manchester City, but they have looked a little more comfortable at this level in recent weeks and will believe their 2000 home fans can at least give the team a boost for the first time since March. Results last weekend have left Fulham in 17th place in the Premier League table and they are a point clear of both Burnley and West Bromwich immediately below them. Liverpool are unbeaten in 4 games in all competitions since the home Champions League defeat to Atalanta, but they have drawn half of those 4 fixtures. They are unbeaten in 6 away games in all competitions since the unbelievable 7-2 defeat at Aston Villa.
Liverpool at the moment is in good form. However this does not place then in an uncontestable position of winning Fulham today as the same fulham is also in perfect form.
Be that as it may, we prediction Liverpool to win Fulham inn today’s Match with the correct score of either 0:2 or 1:2.
2. Arsenal Vs Burnley.
Today also Arsenal will be having a head to head battle with Burnley. From the record/result of previous matches by Arsenal particularly the Europa league matches, Arsenal appears to be in the best form at the moment and hence likely going to trash Burnley today if Burnley fail to do their best in the match.
While Arsenal have been going all guns blazing in the UEFA Europa League, Mikel Arteta’s side have struggled to replicate the same form in the league and find themselves in the 15th place in the table, and are closer to the relegation zone than they are to the top four.
The Gunners were handed a 2-0 defeat in the North London Derby by Tottenham Hotspur last weekend and they produced a strong reaction in midweek, defeating Dundalk 4-2 in Europe. Arteta, who finds himself under pressure, will now be hoping that his players are able to carry that momentum forward to Sunday.
Burnley, meanwhile, are dawdling in the 18th place in the standings, having picked up just six points from their ten games so far. Five of those points have come in their last four games though, with Sean Dyche’s men looking to turn a corner, following their 1-1 draw against Everton at Turf Moor last weekend.
The corresponding fixture last season ended in a 2-1 win for Arsenal with Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scoring on either side of an Ashley Barnes strike. Ahead of their latest meeting at the Emirates this weekend, The Hard Tackle takes a closer look at both the teams
Arsenal will once again be without the services of club-record signing Nicolas Pepe, who is out suspended. In addition, Thomas Partey, who was rushed back from injury for the derby last weekend, is ruled out again after hobbling off the pitch at half-time against Tottenham. David Luiz and Gabriel Martinelli are back in training but may not be risked.
Having made wholesale changes to the lineup for the midweek game against Dundalk, Arteta is expected to recall his regulars when Burnley come visiting. Bernd Leno should resume duties in goal after having been rested in midweek, while there could be a change of tactics in front of him with Arsenal likely to set up in a 4-2-3-1.
We therefore prediction Arsenal vs Burnley a win for Arsenal . Correct Score for Arsenal vs Burnley: 2:0
3. Crystal Palace vs Tottenham : Tottenham Hotspur will be in action on Sunday afternoon in a London derby as they travel to Selhurst Park to take on Crystal Palace.
Tottenham at the moment is in an extremely positive form after a fantastic kick off English premiership season that has seen them rise to the top of the league standings, win their group in the UEFA Europa League and qualify for the Carabao Cup quarter-finals.
Jose Mourinho’s men will be brimming with confidence after beating Arsenal last week, which was followed by a 2-0 win over Royal Antwerp in Europa league. While they enter the matchday as league leaders. Tottenham is still in a better chancce of remaining in the top of the table. However a win in today’s match would be a plus and a better guard to their position in the English premiership table.
However, Crystal Palace will not make things easy for their cross-town rivals. The Eagles ended their two-game losing run in the league with a thumping 5-1 victory over West Bromwich Albion last time out which saw them move to 11th place in the standings, with just four points separating them from West Ham United in fifth.
Note that the corresponding fixture last season ended in a 1-1 draw as Jeffrey Schlupp cancelled out an early goal from Harry Kane. And ahead of their latest meeting at Selhurst Park on Sunday afternoon, The Hard Tackle takes a closer look at both the teams.
Palace come into this game on the back of a fantastic 5-1 win against West Brom, the first time the Eagles have ever scored five away from home in the Premier League.
Spurs, meanwhile, are on a formidable run of form and hoping to cement their place in top spot before Liverpool take on Fulham straight after this match.
There are no fresh injury concerns for Roy Hodgson heading into the London derby. Crystal Palace will once again be without the injured quartet of Nathan Ferguson, Wayne Hennessey, Martin Kelly and Connor Wickham. However, they will be sweating over the availability of Tyrick Mitchell, who had to be sent home from training with a slight cold.
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