Michael Owen predicts the weekend’s Premier League games

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Chelsea host Tottenham in the Premier League this weekend and the Blues will be looking to continue their impressive run of form with a win over their London rivals.

Meanwhile, Tottenham are in outstanding form as well, and Jose Mourinho will look to get one over his former side this week.

Former Premier League striker Michael Owen as predicted that it should be a cracker of a game, but it will be hard to separate the two teams.

Owen claims the this should be a high scoring game, but Chelsea are likely to edge it 2-1.

The former Premier League striker has also backed Arsenal to pick up a win over Wolverhampton Wanderers with Pierre Emerick Aubameyang getting back amongst the goals.

Meanwhile, he believes that Southampton and Manchester United are likely to cancel each other out in a score draw this weekend.

Elsewhere West Brom and Sheffield will face each other in the Premier League, and Owen claims that the blades should be able to pick up their first League win of the season.

Everton will take on Leeds United, and Michael Owen reckons that this should be a high scoring affair which will eventually end in a draw.

Manchester City host Burnley this weekend and the away side have a very poor record at the Etihad Stadium.

Michael Owen believes that it could be a very long afternoon for the Clarets and the home side is likely to come out on top.

Premier League champions Liverpool travel to Brighton at the weekend, and Michael Owen claims that the home side is likely to make life difficult for the rates but Jurgen Klopp’s men have the quality to step up and get the job done.

Leicester City will host Fulham, and the foxes have made a very impressive start to the Premier League season this year.

After the defeat against Liverpool, they will be motivated to bounce back strongly, and Michael Owen claims that they could pick up a big win here against the London club.

Finally, West Ham and Aston Villa will face each other at the weekend, and Michael Owen reckons that despite Jack Grealish’s potential brilliance, the Hammers might just edge this one in the end.