Tottenham v Sheffield UnitedSpurs thumped Crvena Zvezda in midweek and it was great to see Son Heung-min score two after his involvement in Andre Gomes’ horrific injury last Sunday. But the 1-1 draw at Everton was another example of Spurs blowing a lead and they need to beat Sheffield United. It won’t be easy, as United are going great, but I have a feeling Spurs can do it.Dimitar’s prediction: 3-0. Comment Betfair Exchange Odds Burnley 11/8, Draw 11/4, West Ham 9/4 Liverpool v Manchester CityWhoever plays in goal for Manchester City won’t be too much of a concern for Pep Guardiola, as he has faith in Ederson’s understudy Claudio Bravo. The City manager will be aiming to come away from Anfield with three points on Sunday. It will be tight, and the first half could be a tactical chess match, but I’m backing City to nick this one and blow the title race wide open.Dimitar’s prediction: 1-2. Betfair Exchange Odds Wolves 20/21, Draw 11/4, Aston Villa 7/2 Dimitar Berbatov’s Premier League predictions including Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool & Man Utd Newcastle v BournemouthI had a feeling Newcastle would raise their game for the trip to West Ham last Saturday and so it proved with Steve Bruce’s men holding on to win 3-2. Bournemouth upset the odds by beating Manchester United but, with a long trip to the north east, I can see them coming unstuck against this gutsy Magpies team.Dimitar’s prediction: 1-0. Advertisement Betfair Exchange Odds Southampton 2/1, Draw 5/2, Everton 8/5 Betfair Exchange Odds Manchester United 5/7, Draw 11/4, Brighton 11/2 Betfair Exchange Odds Tottenham 5/8, Draw 6/5, Sheffield United 11/2 Betfair Exchange Odds Newcastle 7/4, Draw 12/5, Bournemouth – 15/4 Dimitar Berbatov previews another blockbuster weekend of Premier League action (Pictures: REX/Metro.co.uk)Our Premier League clubs enjoyed a productive week in Europe but attention returns to domestic action this weekend.Liverpool’s heavyweight summit meeting with reigning champions Manchester City at Anfield tops the bill with Jurgen Klopp’s side presented with an opportunity to take a potentially decisive nine-point lead into the international break.Elsewhere, Chelsea are strong favourites to continue their rapid progress under Frank Lampard with what would be a sixth straight win when they host Crystal Palace, while it could be curtains for Unai Emery if his under-performing Arsenal side drop more points at rampant Leicester.Betfair Ambassador Dimitar Bebatov reviews the action exclusively for Metro.co.uk…AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTChelsea v Crystal PalaceIt’s five league wins in a row for Chelsea and their stunning comeback against Ajax will have felt like a victory. But you have to remember Ajax had two players sent off and ask why Chelsea let themselves go 4-1 down at home in the first place. Against Crystal Palace, the Blues will concede again and it will be close.Dimitar’s prediction: 2-1. Betfair Exchange odds Chelsea 4/11, Draw 9/2, Crystal Palace 9/1 Betfair Exchange Odds Leicester 21/20, Draw 14/5, Arsenal 14/5 For more from Betfair Ambassador Dimitar Berbatov head to www.betfair.com/berbatov and to find out more about the new Betfair Exchange ‘How to Hub’ head to www.betfair.com/howtoexchangeMore: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors Betfair Exchange Odds Liverpool 13/8, Draw 11/4, Manchester City 9/5 Southampton v EvertonSaints lost their last home match in the league 9-0 against the excellent Leicester. They showed more fight, and better organisation in going down 2-1 away to Man City last weekend, and I reckon they can bounce back again on Saturday. Everton are really struggling so I expect a draw here.Dimitar’s prediction: 1-1. Burnley v West HamLast week, the Clarets became the latest team to be outplayed at Brammall Lane, losing 3-0 to a strong Sheffield United team. Burnley should be much better at Turf Moor on Saturday but West Ham come to Lancashire needing a result.Dimitar’s prediction: 1-1. Leicester v ArsenalWhat is Brendan Rodgers telling his players in training? What are they eating? Whatever it is, the results are there for all to see with Leicester flying in the Premier League this season. That man Jamie Vardy scored against last weekend and I can see him getting amongst the goals against a struggling Arsenal team that played in the Europa League in midweek (albeit on Wednesday).Dimitar’s prediction: 2-1. Dimitar BerbatovFriday 8 Nov 2019 10:30 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link379Shares Advertisement Wolves v Aston VillaWolves played well and won in the Europa League on Thursday. The question is, will they be tired when they host west Midlands rivals Aston Villa, who were unlucky against Liverpool last week, on Sunday? I have a feeling Wolves might struggle against Villa and am going for the away win.AdvertisementAdvertisementDimitar’s prediction: 2-1. Man U v BrightonBrighton sit above United in the table but it’s still difficult for me to contemplate anything other than a home victory when the Reds play at Old Trafford. Mason Greenwood, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford all scored in midweek which should be good for their confidence. United need to put the fear factor back into their performances, especially at home.Dimitar’s prediction: 2-0.