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Saturday's Premier League predictions including Fulham vs. Manchester City

Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's Premier League fixtures, including Fulham vs. Manchester City.

Fulham vs. Man City (Saturday, 12.30pm)

Manchester City's Erling Haaland celebrates scoring their third goal and completes his hat-trick on May 4, 2024© Reuters

Manchester City continue their pursuit of a record fourth consecutive Premier League title when they travel to Craven Cottage to face Fulham on Saturday lunchtime.

The Cottagers are seeking revenge against the reigning champions after they suffered a heavy 5-1 defeat in the reverse fixture at the Etihad Stadium back in September.

We say: Fulham 1-3 Manchester City

Although Fulham cannot be taken lightly on Saturday considering that they have already pulled off a few upsets this term, it is difficult to back against a fully-fit Man City side, firing on all cylinders and hungry for more top-flight glory.

The Citizens boast a brilliant record against the Cottagers, scoring at least twice in each of their last 16 meetings, and we believe that they will have more joy in the final third at Craven Cottage.

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> How Man City could line up against Fulham

> Man City's latest injury, suspension news ahead of Fulham clash

Bournemouth vs. Brentford (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Bournemouth forward Enes Unal celebrates scoring against Brighton & Hove Albion on April 28, 2024.© Reuters

Bournemouth will endeavour to maintain their position in the top half of the Premier League table when they welcome Brentford to the Vitality Stadium for their final home fixture of the season on Saturday afternoon.

Neither side could be separated the last time they butted heads back in September when they played out a 2-2 draw at the Gtech Community Stadium.

We say: Bournemouth 2-1 Brentford

Neither Bournemouth or Brentford will want to end the campaign on a whimper, so a strong showing from both teams is on the cards, even though they are merely playing for pride at this stage.

There was little to separate these two teams in the reverse fixture and another closely-fought contest is in store, but we believe the Cherries will edge this one on home soil.

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Everton vs. Sheff Utd (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Everton's Idrissa Gueye celebrates scoring their first goal on April 27, 2024© Reuters

Two teams in the bottom half of the Premier League table meet at Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon as Everton play host to basement club Sheffield United.

Not long ago, this fixture was projected to be a potentially pivotal contest in the battle to avoid relegation, but the fate of both clubs has now been confirmed, with the Blades heading back the Championship and the Toffees safe in the top flight for another season.

We say: Everton 2-0 Sheffield United

A 2-2 draw was played out between these two teams in the reverse fixture at Bramall Lane back in September, and although another tight affair could be in store this weekend, Everton will be regarded as favourites to come out on top considering their strong run of form, particularly on home soil.

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Newcastle vs. Brighton (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Newcastle United players celebrates their second goal on April 27, 2024© Reuters

Newcastle will look to consolidate their place in the top six of the Premier League when they welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to St James' Park on Saturday afternoon.

The Magpies are seeking revenge against the Seagulls after they suffered a 3-1 defeat in the reverse fixture at the Amex Stadium back in September, courtesy of an Evan Ferguson hat-trick.

We say: Newcastle United 3-1 Brighton & Hove Albion

Both teams still have something to play for heading into their remaining fixtures, although you could argue that more is riding on this match for Newcastle, who can boost their Europa League ambitions by claiming a third successive victory this weekend.

Brighton got the better of Newcastle last time out and have found a way to grind out positive results against the Magpies in recent years. However, we believe that Howe's in-form side, who have been scoring goals for fun, will come out on top this time around.

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Spurs vs. Burnley (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Tottenham Hotspur's Guglielmo Vicario and Yves Bissouma react after Liverpool's Andrew Robertson scores their second goal on May 5, 2024© Reuters

Both Tottenham Hotspur and Burnley could be condemned to unwanted Premier League fates should they fall to defeat in Saturday's showdown at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The Lilywhites' wafer-thin Champions League chances were damaged further in a 4-2 beating at the hands of Liverpool last time out, while the Clarets are on the verge of the drop thanks to their 4-1 defeat to Newcastle United.

We say: Tottenham Hotspur 4-1 Burnley

Tottenham playing at home almost always means goals at both ends of the field, but the Burnley box will certainly come under siege on more occasions than Vicario's penalty area, and the Clarets should therefore be condemned to their fate.

While Tottenham face an anxious wait to learn whether their efforts will be enough to prolong the Champions League fight, Postecoglou's side should pull themselves out of their rut without too much trouble and ensure that Burnley will be playing Championship football for 2024-25.

> Click here to read our full preview for this match

> How Tottenham could line up against Burnley

> Werner, Udogie, Davies - Tottenham injury news and return dates before Burnley clash

West Ham vs. Luton (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Luton Town's Elijah Adebayo celebrates scoring against Everton on May 3, 2024© Reuters

On the brink of heading straight back down to the Championship, Luton Town's relegation fate could be sealed when they head to the London Stadium on Saturday afternoon to face West Ham United.

The Hatters are three points from safety heading into their penultimate Premier League game of the season, while the out-of-sorts Irons are planning for life without David Moyes.

We say: West Ham United 2-2 Luton Town

West Ham have developed an affinity for home stalemates as the campaign draws to a close, and this weekend's encounter against a desperate Luton side who almost always pose a threat in the final third may be no different.

Moyes may not enjoy the dream farewell given his side's horrendous defensive streak, but the Irons can fight fire with fire to hold their visitors to just a single point, leaving the travelling fans biting their nails ahead of Forest's evening kickoff.

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Wolves vs. Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3.00pm)

Crystal Palace's Michael Olise celebrates scoring their first goal on May 6, 2024© Reuters

Two bottom-half Premier League sides simply playing for pride between now and the end of the season clash at Molineux on Saturday afternoon, as Wolverhampton Wanderers host Crystal Palace.

Gary O'Neil's charges were taught a footballing lesson in a 5-1 romping at the hands of Manchester City last weekend, whereas the Eagles blew Manchester United away in a 4-0 dismantling on Monday night.

We say: Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-2 Crystal Palace

As Wolves end the campaign with a whimper, Palace are finishing as the mean to go on under Glasner and have had their hosts' number in recent times, but they have not scored multiple goals away from home in 2024 so far.

However, Wolves' inability to keep the back door shut could see the Olise and Eberechi Eze-inspired Eagles snap that sequence on Saturday, where we believe the capital outfit will shake up the bottom-half standings with another three points.

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Nott'm Forest vs. Chelsea (Saturday, 5.30pm)

Chelsea's Cole Palmer celebrates scoring against West Ham United on May 5, 2024© Reuters

Potentially just one point away from being assured of Premier League survival, Nottingham Forest's final home game of the season sees Chelsea arrive at the City Ground on Saturday.

The Tricky Trees are on the cusp of safety thanks to last weekend's 3-1 beating of already-relegated Sheffield United, while the Blues crushed West Ham United 5-0 to remain in control of their top-seven destiny.

We say: Nottingham Forest 2-3 Chelsea

Chelsea's impressive home exploits have not translated into praiseworthy performances on the road in the latter stages of the season, and Forest's effervescent attackers should be licking their lips if the visitors' defensive record on rival turf is anything to go by.

Goals should be a guarantee in this fascinating battle, but a free-scoring Chelsea side who have seen their ranks strengthened by several returning players get our vote to enhance their European credentials and deny Forest the chance to secure their Premier League status.

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> How Chelsea could line up against Nottingham Forest

> James, Chilwell, Chukwuemeka - Chelsea injury news and return dates before Forest clash

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