Match day 12 of the Premier League is here with us and carries along a good mix of exciting matches to follow, top of which is definitely the Manchester Derby, one of the two late kick – offs, the other being on form Arsenal’s match against a fading Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Cardiff City have found the going tough in the top flight and will go into the weekend gunning for just their second win of the campaign when they play host to Brighton in the early kickoff while another struggling side, Huddersfield will be up against West Ham United, whose last few matches have also not borne the best results for the Londoners but they will be looking to build on their win over Burnley last time out.

Burnley make the trip to Leicester on the back of an unimpressive run as well, hoping to end a bad streak of three straight losses and having managed just two wins in the season.

Newcastle United picked their first win of the season in their last game – a home win over Watford, and they will be counting on the momentum gained from two straight clean sheets when they host on form AFC Bournemouth, who were 1 – 2 losers to Manchester United in the last outing. At the South coast, Southampton will be hoping to rise further away from the red zone when Watford comes calling at St. Mary’s while Crystal Palace will be hoping for better tidings when they host Tottenham Hotspur in their third straight London Derby after a draw with Arsenal and a loss to Chelsea.

Liverpool will kick start the action on Sunday with a home match against bottom side Fulham. After two winless outings, and more so the loss in the Champions League, this game should come with a calming effect for Liverpool, who are unbeaten in the league so far.

With Manchester City taking on Manchester United in the late game, Liverpool, along with Chelsea could end the weekend the happiest as the two are gunning for top spot, going into the weekend two points shy of Manchester City. Chelsea will be up against a tricky Everton side who know with a win they could rise to sixth place.

Arsenal, who drew their second straight game, with Liverpool last weekend, will be seeking a return to winning ways when they play host to Wolverhampton Wanderers. Winless in three straight matches, Wolves have dropped to 11th place, despite the quality they come with and playing Arsenal at Emirates will put them to a real test.

The past few weeks of matches in the Premier League have seen a plenty of goals scored; in the 11th week of matches, only four matches failed to produce over 2.5 goals and only three of the 20 teams failed to score. This is a precursor for another high scoring weekend and you will rarely fall short with a careful bet on goals being banged in.

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