Manchester United’s resounding team Ole Gunnar Solskjaer host Arsenal on Sunday (Image: GETTY)

Michael Owen gave his predictions for the next round of matches at Premier League And their backs Arsenal To get out of Manchester United By one point this weekend – as long as they can keep Marcus Rashford calm.

United have not lost their last four matches in all competitions, and will be particularly supported by their impressive display in an overall 5-0 victory over Leipzig in Champions League Wednesday night.

Meanwhile, Arsenal’s performance slumped after a promising start to the season under Mikel Arteta and the North London club lost their last two Premier League matches to Manchester City and Leicester, respectively.

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Former United striker Owen has been impressed with the Red Devils’ performance recently and feels Rashford could cause Arsenal problems after a stunning hat-trick at home against Leipzig in the middle of the week.

But Owen could see Arsenal pull out a draw if he manages to keep Rashford in trouble at Old Trafford.

Owen sets his predictions for weekend matches in the Premier League (Image: GETTY)

“Manchester United are facing Arsenal in a match that always attracts a lot of media attention before kick-off,” he said in his speech. BetVictor pole.

Arsenal’s rise at the start of the season has diminished a bit with recent results, so they will see this as the perfect platform to make a comeback.

United have chosen themselves. Their impressive European results should have raised confidence levels at Old Trafford. Marcus Rashford is already shooting and he could be the dangerous man at United here.

“However, I think if Arsenal can keep it calm then they can get a point.”

Frank Lampard and Chelsea face Burnley this weekend (Image: GETTY)

Chelsea travel to Turf Moor to face Burnley without a league win this season and Owen expects a comfortable victory for the visitors on Saturday.

“Burnley faces Chelsea after losing by a narrow margin to Tottenham Hotspur last week,” he said.

They hadn’t yet scored so far this season and faced a Chelsea side who were starting to show some positive signs.

They were excellent at times against Krasnodar in the middle of the week, and I think they gained a lot of confidence from that.

“If Chelsea appear in the same condition, I think they can win that by two goals.”

Liverpool miss injured Fabinho and Van Dijk (Image: GETTY)

On the Liverpool match against West Ham at Anfield, Owen said: “The Reds lost Virgil van Dijk and Fabinho due to injury, so it will be very exciting to see how they cope.

They faced off against a West Ham team that put on some excellent performances this season, but at the same time they felt complacent about being tricked at times.

“I think the hammers could cause problems for Liverpool, but I imagine Jurgen Klopp’s team will have a lot of progress forward and I think we will see a home victory with both teams scoring.”

Ancelotti’s team tops the league table ahead of their trip to Newcastle (Image: GETTY)

League leaders Everton travel to Newcastle on Sunday, with Owen predicting a draw at St James’ Park.

Owen said: “Newcastle host Everton in a game where both teams visualize their chances of achieving a result.

It will be interesting to see Everton’s reaction after last weekend’s defeat to Southampton.

It could have taken a toll on their morale a little, and if Newcastle felt it, I think they’d cause trouble.

“That could be tight, so I’m going to draw.”


Sheffield United vs Manchester City

Owen predicted:

Manchester City were totally flocking against Marseille in the middle of the week in the Champions League. City fans are hoping for more of the same against Sheffield United, who did not have the luck to leave Anfield empty-handed last week.

Although City can be very adept moving forward, there are still concerns about the line of defense. I think City will be reaping the points here, but not without the Pep team facing some problems.


Aston Villa against Southampton

Owen predicted:

Aston Villa Southampton will be hosted at Villa Park as the homeowners strive to get back on the right track. They were so good in the game that they conceded their second goal against Leeds last Friday night, and they hope to collect all three points again here.

Southampton’s victory over Everton was very impressive, but if Villa can regain their form, I think they will win by scoring both sides.


Tottenham vs Brighton

Owen predicted:

Tottenham meet Brighton after a good result on the road against Burnley. Jose Mourinho will be happy that his team has kept a clean sheet and he will go to this with the goal of getting 3 more points.

Brighton has been a little paused at the start this season, and I think he might fall for a superior team that is too dangerous to move forward. I’m going to win at home to Jose Mourinho’s men.


Fulham vs West Bromwich Albion

Owen predicted:

Fulham hosts West Bromwich Albion still looking for their first Premier League win this season. The Cotiggers have not been so lucky for the past two weeks, having played well at times. They weren’t so lucky in front of goal, but the same can’t be said of shy West Brom.

I think I’ve seen enough of Fulham to think this might be their week. I’m going for a tight home win.


Leeds United vs Leicester City

Owen predicted:

After his big victory over Arsenal, Leicester is back on the road again. This time they visit Elland Road with Jimmy Vardy back on the side, so they’ll feel confident in the game.

Leeds striker Patrick Bamford grabbed the headlines when he scored a hat-trick against Aston Villa and I think this could be a very interesting game. Leeds have been watching very well this season, and with Bamford shooting in front of goal now, I can see the remaining points in Yorkshire.

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