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The Joy Sports team take you through all 10 games, with Gary Al-Smith and his sidekick Nii Akwei breaking down the games. Don't forget to place your punt afterwards!
Match of the Weekend
Arsène Wenger will be disappointed to be without the services of Alexandre Lacazette but with Mesut Özil’s magical range of passing the manager can at least be confident the striker’s replacement should have chances. José Mourinho will want more from Romelu Lukaku but the Belgian’s struggles may continue. Arsenal have been growing stronger defensively and in doing so have kept three successive clean sheets.
All the Games
Chelsea v Newcastle
Brighton v Liverpool
Everton v Huddersfield
Leicester v Burnley
Stoke v Swansea
Watford v Spurs
West Brom v Crystal Palace
Arsenal v Man Utd
Bournemouth v Southampton
Man City v West Ham
The lads predict wins for some of the big boys, but draws at some of the more iconic venues too. It's this week's edition of Premier League Weekly with Gary.
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