Gunners to fire

  • By: Chris Hammer
  • Last Updated: November 22 2013, 7:06 GMT

Check out our Chris Hammer's predictions for the selected matches in the Soccer Saturday Super 6 game.

Arsenal: Can celebrate a 3-1 victory over Southampton
Arsenal: Can celebrate a 3-1 victory over Southampton

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The Barclays Premier League provides five of the Super 6 games and Blackburn v Reading comes from the Sky Bet Championship.

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Matt Brocklebank has already provided his predictions for the matches and now we have Chris' verdict so get involved for the chance to win big!

Arsenal 3 Southampton 1 This should prove to be an entertaining affair but I fully expect the Gunners to bounce back to winning ways and remain top of the Premier League.

Fulham 3 Swansea 0 The arrival of new head coach Rene Meulensteen should make an instant impact as they target an important three points against a side who are struggling for form this season.

Hull 0 Crystal Palace 0 Crystal Palace have lost all five of their away games so far this season but Hull haven't been full of goals.

Newcastle 0 Norwich 1 This scoreline would represent a minor shock considering Newcastle's recent good form but they only seem to produce their best against the top sides while the Canaries come into this clash on the back of a much-needed victory.

Stoke 0 Sunderland 0 Sunderland will be more than content with a goalless draw as they continue to repair the damage caused by their dreadful start to the season while the only goal Stoke have managed in their last four home games came from their goalkeeper!

Blackburn 0 Reading 1 Blackburn have yet to get their season moving in the right direction while Reading will come to Ewood Park eager to give their own promotion push a shot in the arm as they try to keep in touch with the top two.