Premier League Match Previews & Best Odds – Saturday 2nd December 2023

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Premier League Match Previews & Best Odds – Saturday 2nd December 2023

 

We’re now thirteen rounds of fixtures into the 2023/24 Premier League campaign and we can expect some thrilling top-flight action on Saturday afternoon.

As we head towards the fourteenth round of Premier League games, Arsenal occupy pole position in the table. The Gunners have lost just once this season whilst on Premier League duty – less than any other top-flight side with the exception of third-placed Liverpool – and they will be going all-out to maintain this lofty position when they entertain Wolverhampton wanderers on Saturday afternoon. Later in the day, Newcastle United and Manchester United will both be aiming to edge themselves closer to the top-four berths when they lock horns at St James’ Park in what has the makings of a closely-fought encounter.

At the opposite end of the Premier League table, bottom side Burnley welcome fellow strugglers Sheffield United to Turf Moor, Everton travel to Nottingham Forest and Luton Town make the short journey to Brentford. Vincent Kompany’s Clarets sit at the foot of the table after losing eleven and winning just one of their thirteen league games this term, while Everton sit level on points with Burnley after being deducted ten points earlier this month.

 

Brentford v Luton Town  –  3pm

 

Luton Town bagged their first ever home win in the Premier League when they edged past Crystal Palace 2-1 in their last outing but we don’t envisage them making it two wins on the bounce when they visit the GTech Community Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Read our Brentford v Luton Town Match Preview

 

Arsenal v Wolverhampton Wanderers – 3pm

 

Arsenal will be eager to cling onto pole position in the Premier League table when they entertain Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Emirates Stadium this weekend. Having thrashed Lens 6-0 in the Champions League earlier this week, we fancy the Gunners’ chances here.

Read our Arsenal v Wolves Match Preview

 

Burnley v Sheffield United – 3pm

 

Burnley are rooted to the foot of the Premier League table and the visit of fellow strugglers Sheffield United on Saturday gives Vincent Kompany’s men their best chance of grabbing their second league win of the season.

Read our Burnley v Sheffield United Match Preview

 

Nottingham Forest v Everton  –  5.30pm

 

Having been handed a points deduction of ten points, Everton have dropped down into the relegation zone and Sean Dyche will be aiming to boost his side’s chances of escaping the drop by taking all three points at the City Ground on Saturday.

Read our Nottingham Forest v Everton Match Preview

 

Newcastle United v Manchester United – 8pm

 

Newcastle United and Manchester United both head into their meeting on the back of disappointing midweek Champions League results and the likelihood is that this will be a closely-fought affair at St James’ Park.

Read our Newcastle United v Manchester United Match Preview