There’s plenty of action to look forward to in the Premier League this weekend, with struggling Manchester United hosting Luton Town, Burnley visiting Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal, and Chelsea facing off against The Citizens.

Mluleki Mpungose previews four games to keep an eye on this weekend in the Premier League.

Manchester United vs Luton Town | 17h00

Manchester United has the opportunity to turn their season around when they host Premier League newcomers Luton Town at Old Trafford on Saturday. The Red Devils go into this match on the back of a chaotic loss to the Danish side Copenhagen, who edged the British giants 4-3 in their Champions League clash on Wednesday afternoon.

Eric Ten Haag will look to try out different partnerships in defense and midfield to get the result they need to avert what could soon turn into a crisis at Manchester United. Luton Town has failed to make their mark in the Premier League so far, registering just 6 points since the start of the campaign. They will have their tails up at the opportunity to grab a point, or possibly three, at a struggling Man United, having very nearly beaten Liverpool in their last match.

Verdict: United straight win. An off-form Manchester United still has enough to scrape past Luton Town.

Arsenal vs Burnley | Saturday 11 November | 17h00

Arsenal will look to maintain their title chase as they take on Burnley at the Emirates Stadium. Mikel Arteta’s side has maintained their competitiveness in the Premier League this season with some scintillating football, suffering only one controversial loss at the hands of in-form Newcastle United last week.

They hope to bounce back with a strong display against Burnley. Burnley, on the other hand, like Luton Town, has looked horribly out of place in the Premier League. Anything less than a win would see them remain in the relegation zone, which will be made even tougher by the absence of their top marksman Lyle Foster, who will miss the game due to illness.

Verdict: Arsenal straight win. The overwhelming favorites will win this one convincingly.

Liverpool vs Brentford | Sunday 12 November | 16h00

Brentford will look to give Liverpool some problems during their visit to Anfield. The Hornets have built themselves quite a reputation in the Premier League as giant killers. They will be motivated having won all of their last 3 games, scoring 8 goals in the process. Liverpool will be looking to bounce back strongly after a disappointing draw against Luton Town last time out.

Verdict: Here is that both teams will score, with the match having a minimum of 2.5 goals. Hard to pick a winner here, but the way these teams set up will surely make for some entertaining, open football.**

Chelsea vs Manchester City | Sunday 12 November | 16h00

Manchester City hopes to retain their spot at the top of the Premier League table as they take on Chelsea in what is the match of the week on Sunday afternoon. City has fared pretty well despite the absence of star man Kevin De Bruyne, with youngsters Erling Haaland, Jeremy Doku, and Phil Foden stepping up when called upon, leading the Cityzens to a familiar spot at the top of the league. Chelsea will look to continue improving after an impressive 4-1 win against Spurs, but they face their toughest opponents yet in Man City.

Verdict: City Straight Win. Pep’s side will prove too strong for Chelsea and will walk away from Stamford Bridge with all 3 points.