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In the spirit of transparency, here are our predictions for Matchweek 16's fixtures…

Nottingham Forest v Everton

These two teams would be separated by just one point in the table had the Toffees not been deducted ten for their financial indiscretions.

Strangely, both teams will be happy this fixture is set to take place at the City Ground.

Steve Cooper's side are significantly better on familiar soil while Sean Dyche's troops are notably most effective on the road – only four Premier League teams have earned more points away from home this season.

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Everton had suffered just one defeat in six prior to their 3-0 defeat to Manchester United while Forest have won one of their last nine, albeit an impressive victory over high-flying Aston Villa.

Our Prediction: 2-1 to Everton

Newcastle v Manchester United

Improbably, the Red Devils are the most in-form team in the top flight right now having won five of their last six league games.

However, the Old Trafford faithful will know better than anyone that the nature of the performances have not been particularly convincing.

Plus, Erik ten Hag's side have repeatedly collapsed in the Champions League of late.

As for the Magpies, they're in the midst of an injury crisis but a 4-1 win over Chelsea at St James' Park last time out in the Premier League proved they still have the capacity for emphatic results.

Both teams are likely to be fatigued from their respective midweek efforts but Eddie Howe's men have an extra day to recover and the luxury of home advantage on Saturday night.

No team has earned more points at home than Newcastle this campaign.

Our Prediction: 3-1 to Newcastle

Chelsea v Brighton

The Blues have been up and down like a yo-yo of late.

They went toe-to-toe in entertaining draws with Arsenal and Manchester City either side of a 4-1 win at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium but they've also recently lost at home to Brentford while Mauricio Pochettino said their most recent performance (the aforementioned defeat to Newcastle) was their worst of the season.

It's hard to know which Chelsea will turn up on Sunday.

As for the Seagulls, they're unbeaten in their last six games in all competitions but, at the same time, their win over Forest last weekend was their first in the league since September.

Unsurprisingly, Roberto De Zerbi's have registered the joint-most draws in the top flight this term.

Chelsea have earned just six points from seven league fixtures at Stamford Bridge, giving them a worse home record than Fulham, Wolves and Bournemouth.

Our Prediction: 2-2 draw

Liverpool v Fulham

This should be more straightforward as the Reds have won all six of their home league games this season, conceding just two goals in the process.

Jurgen Klopp's side average a fraction under three goals per game at Anfield.

Marco Silva's side have fared well against teams around them in the table but they've generally rolled over against the stronger sides.

Our Prediction: 3-0 to Liverpool

Manchester City v Tottenham

Spurs have been something of a bogey side for Pep Guardiola in recent years – five of his last eight meetings with them have ended in defeat.

However, the departed Harry Kane was a central figure in most those upsets.

Ange Postecoglou's side have lost three in row amid a flurry of injuries but they enjoyed spells of supremacy in all those defeats and their fans remain hopeful of a positive campaign.

Son Heung-min and company should ask plenty of questions of a City defence who have failed to keep as many clean sheets as they would have liked this season but it's the other end of the pitch that will concern the visiting fans.

The prospect of Erling Haaland, Jeremy Doku, Phil Foden and friends being unleashed upon a back four made up exclusively of full-backs seemingly only ends one way.

Our Prediction: 3-2 to Man City

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