Jake Osgathorpe is in the Super 6 chair for this weekend round, bringing you predictions and tips for all six games.
Liverpool were simply incredible against Arsenal last weekend, playing at full throttle and dominating their visitors (xG: LIV 3.50 - 0.33 ARS).
That has pretty much been the case in all of their home games to date, averaging a whopping 2.58 xGF and 0.84 xGA per game at Anfield.
They are the best attacking team in the league, and that will likely be on display again on Saturday as the Reds look to keep pace with Chelsea and Manchester City.
Southampton's four-game unbeaten run came to an end at the hands of Norwich last weekend, a game in which neither team looked great in attack.
Interestingly, all of Southampton's last five games - in which they have impressed and collected points - have come against five of the current bottom six, making this a huge step up.
Nonetheless, that result extended their unbeaten run to seven games in the league, and means they have lost only two games in 12 - at Chelsea and Liverpool.
They are a side to take seriously, and that applies even more so at Selhurst Park. Only Manchester City and Liverpool have collected more xPoints at home than the Eagles this term, with their xG process eye-catching (1.74 xGF, 0.70 xGA per home game).
Steven Gerrard got off to a dream start as manager of Aston Villa, as his side beat Brighton 2-0 thanks to two late goals in a game of few chances.
It was a rare clean sheet for Villa this season that will have been very welcome, but a trip to a Palace side in great form represents a much tougher task.
Norwich have all of a sudden built some momentum, beating Southampton last time out to register their second straight Premier League win, though they were fortunate to get all three points (xG: NOR 0.53 - 0.99 SOU).
Dean Smith's new side continue to put up disappointing underlying numbers in their matches, suggesting that their good results won't continue.
Wolves are on an excellent run of form, with their xG data telling us that it is highly likely to continue.
While disappointing at Crystal Palace before the international break, their performance in victory against West Ham was excellent, particularly in defence (xG: WOL 1.29 - 0.43 WHU).
That result moved Bruno Lage's side up to sixth in the table, but they should be a place higher based on xPoints, which isn't a surprise when we consider their xG process this season (1.58 xGF, 1.22 xGA per game).
Wolves should prove too strong for Norwich on Saturday, especially when we factor in that they are one of only five teams this season to boast a positive xG process on their travels.
Bournemouth have stuttered of late, winning just one of four, but they return home where their xG process is incredible. The Cherries have averaged 2.06 xGF and 1.09 xGA per game at the Vitality, and should get back to winning ways.
Coventry have drawn two straight, both 0-0, with their attack really struggling to create anything of note. They generated just 0.42 xG at Sheffield United and 0.59 at home to Birmingham, and if that continues, they will have trouble creating on the south coast.
Swansea have won three of their last five after a dominant win over Barnsley in midweek, a game in which their defence again looked solid (xG: BAR 0.17 - 1.11 SWA). The Liberty has been a tough place for teams to visit this term, with the Swans allowing just 0.81 xGA per game at home.
Reading's defeat to Sheffield United was their fifth in seven league games, as the Royals' results have begun to reflect their performances. A relegation battle rightly beckons, and on their travels they have been incredibly poor this term (0.86 xGF, 1.94 xGA per away game).
Huddersfield have won two of their past five, their only two home games of that run. Troubles on the road have halted their progress, with the Terriers winning six of nine at the John Smith's this term thanks to boasting a positive xG process (1.24 xGF, 1.05 xGA per home game).
Chris Wilder is still searching for his first win as Boro manager after defeat to Preston in midweek and a draw with Millwall last weekend. They have won the xG battle on both occasions though, so more displays like that will see them turn a corner results wise.
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