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This weekend sees the Premier League return for gameweek number 13. 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: Brighton 1 - 1 Leicester
Brighton came up short against Cardiff last time out and we expect them to pull their socks up on home soil.
However, Leicester have proved that they can perform in incredibly difficult situations and a draw seems to be most likely.
Final score prediction: Everton 2 - 1 Cardiff
The Toffees will have been buoyed by their draw against Chelsea and should have enough to ease past the Bluebirds even if Gylfi Sigurdsson loses his fitness battle.
Final score prediction: Fulham 2 - 0 Southampton
Claudio Ranieri is back in business and Fulham will be hoping for a new manager's bounce to come into play.
The Italian is walking straight into a six pointer and we expect him to get off to a perfect start to pile more pressure on Mark Hughes.
Final score prediction: Manchester United 3 - 1 Crystal Palace
The Eagles have hardly been soaring in recent weeks and look blunt up front.
United have not been firing on all cylinders either, but Jose Mourinho's men will surely have too much for the south Londoners.
Final score prediction: Watford 1 - 1 Liverpool
Watford have proven to be one of this season's surprise packages and Liverpool will need to be at their best to avoid an upset at Vicarage Road.
A solitary point is not ideal, but it will at least keep Jurgen Klopp's unbeaten record intact.
Final score prediction: West Ham 1 - 4 Manchester City
Pep Guardiola's men are strolling straight through teams at present and this one could get very ugly for West Ham.
The Hammers are lacking creativity in midfield while City have it in abundance.
Final score prediction: Spurs 2 - 1 Chelsea
Wembley is set to play host to another thriller when Chelsea make the short trip across the capital to face their neighbours.
Spurs may not have been at their best this term but we're backing Mauricio Pochettino to do a number on Maurizio Sarri.
Final score prediction: Bournemouth 1 - 2 Arsenal
Arsenal needed a late goal to salvage a point against Wolves and we believe a repeat is on the cards at Bournemouth.
Eddie Howe's side are developing into a real force and their set up to give the Gunners plenty of problems.
Final score prediction: Wolves 2 - 0 Huddersfield
Huddersfield have a long old campaign in store as David Wagner attempts to stave off a case of second-season syndrome.
Wolves have adapted to life in the top flight quickly and will be keen to claim the points they need to climb into the top half of the table.
Final score prediction: Burnley 1 - 1 Newcastle
Last season's success must feel like an awful long time ago for Burnley, who are very much looking over their shoulder.
Newcastle are in trouble too and we are not expecting this one to be a memorable encounter.
Prediction: Manchester City
Pep Guardiola's side are one of three unbeaten teams - but are yet to hit top gear. Chelsea and Liverpool may well be solid challengers but the strength in depth at City's disposal makes them extremely difficult to look beyond.
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 set to suffer 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 Mark Hughes and his players are up against it.
Prediction: Harry Kane
The England captain has not been at his best in recent weeks, but still has six goals to his name. Sergio Aguero is leading the race with eight, while a repeat of Mohamed Salah's record-breaking feat looks to be beyond the Egyptian.
The competition is set to go down to the wire and Kane's set-piece responsibilities could be the difference.
Fantasy Football Players are facing several selection dilemmas ahead of Gameweek 13, with the majority of the division's top teams facing far from straightforward fixtures.
We will be picking out five players to bring in and five players to get rid of to make sure you secure the bragging rights and can walk into work on Monday morning with your head held high. Keep your eyes peeled!