Premier League predictions: Liverpool run riot, Phil Foden and Bruno Fernandes on fire

A look at the latest round of top-flight action in England

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A busy Saturday schedule kicks-off the latest round of Premier League matches.

There are five games being played with the day's action starting with rock-bottom Norwich taking on Brighton in a relegation battle at Carrow Road (3.30pm UAE) and finishing with Champions League-chasing Chelsea's clash at home to another struggling side in Watford (11pm).

In between those matches, focus shifts to the battle for a top four place, as Leicester (third in the table) play host to Crystal Palace, while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's buoyant Manchester United (fifth) face a Bournemouth team who seem destined for second-tier football next season.

In the game of the day, Wolves (sixth) take on Arsenal (eighth) at Molineux with both clubs targeting European football next season.

Burnley versus Sheffield United begins the action on Sunday, followed by relegation-threatened West Ham's trip up to Newcastle. The top two, Liverpool and Manchester City, then take on Aston Villa – another team fighting to avoid the drop – and Southampton, respectively.

Jose Mourinho's Spurs taking on Carlo Ancelotti's Everton in a battle of two multiple Champions League-winning managers, at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, to complete the action.

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