Arsenal, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Spurs and Fulham’s weekend Premier League matches predicted

A look ahead to the next round of fixtures in the Premier League as clubs prepare to battle at the top and bottom of the table
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The Premier League returns this weekend and FiveThirtyEight has predicted the outcome of all the matches at the top and bottom of the table. Arsenal continue their fight for the title along with Manchester City, whilst Tottenham Hotspur remain in the hunt for a European spot.

Here is a look at how the London clubs are all predicted to get on...

Southampton vs Fulham

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Predicted outcome: Southampton win - 37%, draw - 26%, Fulham win - 38%

Fulham beat Leicester City last time out and are showing no signs of slowing down as their impressive season draws to a close. Southampton are rock-bottom and it is only a matter of time before they are relegated to the Championship now.

Aston Villa vs Tottenham Hotspur

Predicted outcome: Aston Villa win - 44%, draw - 25%, Tottenham Hotspur win - 32%

It is all about next term for Spurs now as they hunt for a new permanent manager, with Ryan Mason in caretaker charge. They returned to winning ways last weekend at home to Crystal Palace after some tricky fixtures.

Arsenal vs Brighton and Hove Albion

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Predicted outcome: Arsenal win - 53%, draw - 20%, Brighton win - 26%

Arsenal remain in the chase for top spot along with Manchester City and simply need to win to keep up with Pep Guardiola’s side. The Gunners won away at Newcastle United in their last outing.

Chelsea vs Nottingham Forest

Predicted outcome: Chelsea win - 60%, draw - 22%, Nottingham Forest win - 18%

Chelsea will be desperate for this campaign to end now and take on a Nottingham Forest outfit that are fighting for their lives. The Reds won 4-3 at home against Southampton on Monday.

Brentford vs West Ham

Predicted outcome: Brentford win - 42%, draw - 25%, West Ham win - 33%

London pair Brentford and West Ham lock horns. The Hammers are pretty much safe now which is a relief for David Moyes.