Former Manchester United striker, Michael Owen, has predicted the outcome of the Premier League match-day 24 games.
Burnley will take on Manchester United at Turf Moor on Tuesday night, while Newcastle United will clash with Everton.
Wolves will host Arsenal on Thursday, while Liverpool will tackle Leicester City.
Manchester City will tackle Brentford on Wednesday in an away Premier League tie.
Providing his predictions, Owen told BetVictor: “As for United, it was a window in which they didn’t get anything done. They’ve trimmed the squad a little, which in a way might not be a bad thing. At least now Rangnick can settle on an 11 without having to worry about appeasing a huge squad of players. I’m going for United here, 2-0.”
On the Liverpool vs Leicester City tie, Owen said, “As for Leicester, it’s been a difficult season. They would have had top-six ambitions, so to be mid-table must be frustrating. Still, there’s time for them to turn this around and I would expect a better second half of the season.
“I think Liverpool will win this, though. I can see a few goals at Anfield, 3-1 to Liverpool.”
Speaking on the Wolves vs Arsenal match, Owen said: “Wolves have gone from strength to strength under Bruno Lage and a win here, would really give them some hope of even sneaking into the top four. They are so strong defensively and it means that they are always in with a chance.
“I fancy Wolves to win here and keep yet another clean sheet. It won’t be high scoring, but they’ll edge it 1-0.”
Commenting on the Man City vs Brentford tie, Owen said: “City didn’t do much business and why would they, this squad is brilliant. I’m interested to see the youngster they signed, Alvarez, when he comes next season, he could be one to watch. The break will have done these players good and I’d expect a strong end to the season for City both domestically and in Europe.
“There’s only one place to start when it comes to Brentford, Christian Eriksen. What a story this is, and I’d love to see him doing well. If Eriksen is close to the level of player he was, this could be an unbelievable signing for Brentford and he should keep them up. Comfortable win for City here. 4-1.”