If you've been watching the Bundesliga since it's return you'll have noticed that a lack of supporters has had one major impact, an increased amount of away wins. Here are our favorite away picks in the Premier League this weekend.
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Friday afternoon sees the start of our parlay as Man Utd travel to North London to face old manager Jose Mourinho. United had been rapidly improving following the January transfer window and the arrival of Bruno Fernandes. Now the Portuguese midfielder will get to play alongside Paul Pogba and this could create a formidable combination in the middle.
Watford were starting to show some fight before the pandemic put the Premier League on ice, with Watford keeping clean sheets in 5 of their last 7 games. Leicester are a different beast though and have the pace and guile to unlock this defense. Leicester currently sit third in the table, just one point shy of Watford's points tally for the season and should win here.
Putting it simply, West Ham are not very good. They've certainly not been good at home, having lost 7 Premier League games at the London Stadium, and now they're hosting Wolves who are undefeated in their last 5 in the Premier League.
Hopes are high on Tyneside as the sale of Newcastle to a controversial new Saudi owner has left fans hopeful of a new era of success. That may happen but right now it won't and they'll come down to earth with a bump, when Sheffield United arrive in town. Sheffield United are low scorers, as are Newcastle, so expect this to be a narrow win for the Blades, either 1-0 or 2-0.
Villa's shambolic backline will be torn to shreds by Frank Lampard's Chelsea who will be desperate to secure a Champions League spot this season. England international Tammy Abraham will be desperate to score in order to further his cause before the arrival of Timo Werner from Leipzig. Chelsea have won 5 of their last 6 trips to Villa Park and will continue that form here.
The Premier League title is so nearly in Liverpool's hands for the very first time in their illustrious history. There is plenty to like about this Everton team, who have a number of talented players at their disposal but nothing will stop Liverpool from achieving what they feel is their destiny. It certainly won't be Everton who last beat their local rivals 22 games ago, in 2010.