The Premier League 2023/24 season is continuing to develop and the competitiveness of the league is starting to really show with many unexpected results and crazy matches taking place last matchday. Last gameweek saw a 9 man Tottenham lose to Chelsea, it saw Liverpool draw against Luton town and Newcastle beat title contenders Arsenal in what was a controversial game.

This premier league preview will take a look at the upcoming Gameweek 12 and the fixtures within. We will do our best to pick out our predicted winners, a player to be carded, and a player to score. At the end we will then compile a 10-fold acca of some realistic yet well-priced selections.

To skip the explanations, you can jump straight to Bob’s Gameweek 12 Acca!

Wolves vs Tottenham Hotspur (11th November, 12:30 pm)

The first game of the weekend is Wolves vs Tottenham Hotspur. Tottenham Hotspur have had an amazing start to the league under Ange and have recently lost their first game of the season in a crazy game against Chelsea. Wolves on the other hand, have also had a decent season so far but have missed their star player Pedro Neto in recent games. Tottenham in this next game will be missing 3 of their 4 starting defenders through injury and suspension and could also miss out on Maddison. Despite being riddled with missing players Tottenham should still have enough to beat Wolves but it will definitely be a difficult game.

Manchester United vs Luton Town (11th November, 15:00 pm)

Manchester United, despite being 8th and 6 points of a Champions League spot, have played some very poor football this season. Luton on the other hand are just out of the relegation zone and were able to hold Liverpool to an impressive draw at home. Despite Manchester United’s poor form, at home they should have enough quality to comfortably beat Luton.

Arsenal vs Burnley (11th November, 15:00 pm)

This should be an easy chance for Arsenal to regain form after their previous defeat to Newcastle away from home. Arsenal have been in very good form this season which can not be said for Burnley. Having lost 9 out of 11 games this season and only winning 1, Burnley sit comfortably in the relegation zone.

Crystal Palace vs Everton (11th November, 15:00 pm)

Crystal Palace vs Everton has potential to be a very interesting fixture or a very uneventful fixture. Everton currently sit in 16th with 11 points and have struggled for goals having only scored 11 goals. Crystal Palace on the other hand are 11th with 15 points and have scored a whopping…. 10 goals. Crystal Palace despite being mid-table are worse in front of goal then Everton who are touted to be in a relegation battle. As a result this game could go either way. Crystal Palace could take this opportunity to finally find their shooting boots against a side that will likely sit back, or it could be a rather stale game.

Bournemouth vs Newcastle (11th November, 17:30 pm)

Bournmouth vs Newcaslte should be another easy to predict game. Newcastle have had a good start to the season sitting in 6th while also competing in the Champions League. Bournemouth on the other hand have won 1 game.

Aston Villa vs Fulham (12th November, 14:00 pm)

Fulham haven’t been the same since losing Mitrovic at the start of the season and have been rather underwhelming as a result. Aston Villa, on the other hand, have accrued one of the best attacking partnerships in the league. Watkins and Diaby have 16 G/A between them with Watking being responsible for 10 of those goal contributions. Aston Villa have some great players this season and we think their quality will be too much for Fulham.

Brighton vs Sheffield United (12th November, 14:00 pm)

Brighton have not won in their last 5 league games whereas Sheffield have won their last game. However with that being said Sheffield still sit rock bottom in the league. This should be an opportunity for Birghton to turn their season around but it could end up in an unlikely victory for Sheffield if Brighton are vigilant.

West Ham vs Nottingham Forest (12th November, 14:00 pm)

West Ham vs Nottingham Forest is looking like one of the more interesting games this gameweek. Only 1 point and -1 goal difference separates these two sides. On paper it appears to be a relatively even fixture, however, we believe West Ham will just edge it due to the quality they possess in their starting 11.

Liverpool vs Brentford (12th November, 14.00 pm)

Brentford are a solid team who have been able to play some good football this season, however if we are being honest away at Anfield, it is going to be incredibly tough for them to get anything from this game. Liverpool, despite drawing to Luton last game, are unbeaten at home and should be able to continue this record against Brentford.

Chelsea vs Manchester City (12th November, 16:30 pm)

Despite their impressive victory over Tottenham last weekend we believe Manchester City will easily beat Chelsea. Rodri is back for Manchester City and so is their form. The current treble winners sit top of the table and should be able to beat this relatively young Chelsea side.

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