Welcome to the AskFans predictions page. Every week we get predictions from our guests, fans and expert bloggers for the upcoming Premier League fixtures.
This weekend sees the Premier League return for gameweek number 21. Our team is on hand to analyse the weekend's action and share their predictions ahead of the weekend's biggest fixtures from England's top tier.
Final score prediction: Everton 2 - 2 Leicester
Final score prediction: Arsenal 2 - 1 Fulham
Final score prediction: Cardiff 1 - 5 Tottenham
Final score prediction: Bournemouth 1 - 1 Watford
Final score prediction: Chelsea 2 - 0 Southampton
Final score prediction: Huddersfield 0 - 0 Burnley
Final score prediction: West Ham 1 - 1 Brighton
Final score prediction: Wolves 3 - 1 Crystal Palace
Final score prediction: Newcastle 1 - 2 Manchester United
Final score prediction: Manchester City 2 - 3 Liverpool
Prediction: Manchester City
Pep Guardiola's side have lost their unbeaten record and Liverpool are the new frontrunners. But will Jurgen Klopp's men be able to last the course? The strength in depth at City's disposal makes them extremely difficult to look beyond, despite their recent struggles.
Prediction: Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea
Manchester United and Arsenal are desperate to claim a place at Europe's top table - but we're backing Chelsea to break back into the mix and believe Spurs will come good, despite their stadium issues.
Prediction: Huddersfield, Cardiff City, Southampton
Plenty of sides are in danger of the drop this term, with competition for places fiercer than ever. Huddersfield are suffering from a bout of second-season syndrome while Cardiff's squad is lacking in top-flight quality.
Southampton avoided the chop last time around but a lack of firepower means the Saints are up against it even though Ralph Hasenhüttl's arrival has seen some positivity return.
Prediction: Harry Kane
The England captain has not been at his best in recent weeks but is still right in the mix alongisde his forward rivals.
Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Liverpool's Mohamed Salah are both very much in the runnning too, yet Kane's set-piece responsibilities could be the difference come May.
Fantasy Football Players are facing several selection dilemmas at the end of a frantic festive period, with the majority of the division's top teams facing a few difficult fixtures in the New Year.
Squad rotation has come into play, while a new wildcard is also on the verge of becoming available.
We've put together a handy festive guide to make sure you can keep track of deadlines, claim the bragging rights and walk into work with your head held high.