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English Premier League predictions, fixtures and results: 4 – 6 December 2021

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A feisty London derby kicks off the English Premier League weekend, with all the EPL title contenders testing their mettle away from home.

Chelsea maintained their one-point edge at the top of the table thanks to a sneaky midweek win.

The Blues head along the District Line for a Saturday lunchtime showdown with West Ham at the London Stadium, with the Hammers three without a win having been right up there with their capital city foes.

Goal-crazy Liverpool rattled in another four in the Merseyside Derby during the week, as Mohamed Salah once again stole the show.

Jurgen Klopp’s men have notched 31 more than Saturday’s hosts Wolves, who sit improbably high in eighth place despite bulging the onion bag just 12 times all season.

Reigning champions Manchester City are squeezed in between Blues and Reds in what has become a three-horse race for the Premier League crown this time around.

Pep Guardiola takes his side to Watford for the Saturday evening kick off, with Claudio Ranieri’s Hornets already Chelsea’s victims at Vicarage Road this week.

A new Manchester United era dawns on Sunday as German guru Ralph Rangnick takes charge for the first time as Crystal Palace visit Old Trafford.

Interim boss Michael Carrick exited stage left following a dramatic home win on Thursday night, with Cristiano Ronaldo the savior yet again for the Red Devils.

It was Arsenal who came away from the Theatre of Dreams seeking something stronger than a Horlicks but they have the chance to bounce back on Monday night at Everton, with Rafa Benitez’s ailing side in the crosshairs.

Tottenham have both the Gunners and the Hammers in their sights as they launch their assault on the top six under Antonio Conte, but need to be wary of improving Norwich on Sunday afternoon.

There’s a mid-table tangle at Villa Park, meanwhile, as Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa meet Leicester for an all-Midlands affair.

Sunday’s EPL action kicks off in Yorkshire, as Leeds put their mini revival to the test against promoted Brentford at Elland Road.

Southampton and Brighton both need to stop the rot when they meet at St Mary’s Stadium for a South Coast derby on Saturday, as Seagulls boss Graham Potter tackles the club his once played for.

And there’s another reunion on Tyneside as Eddie Howe goes up against Burnley, with whom he had an unhappy managerial stint either side of his glory years with Bournemouth.

His Newcastle side, not to mention their Saudi Arabian owners, would settle for any sort of win at St James’ Park against their relegation rivals.

English Premier League predictions for 4 – 6 December

Prediction methodology explainedThe expected win percentage is based off publicly available odds. For example, if a team’s odds are 2.30, the expected chance of winning is 43%. If the odds are 1.62 the expected chance of winning is 62% and so on. These are accurate at the time of writing but are subject to change. Where there is no value listed, the odds were not available at the time of writing.

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