The Premier League season rolls on this weekend with 10 more intriguing matchups.
League-leading Arsenal will travel to Old Trafford to face off against Manchester United in Week 11's marquee showdown. David Moyes' Red Devils have won two in a row and can pull within five points of the Gunners with another win.
But while that match is a toss-up, here we'll take a closer look at a trio of clubs guaranteed to come away with three points in Week 11.
|Aston Villa||1-0||Cardiff City|
|Chelsea||2-0||West Bromwich Albion|
|Norwich City||0-0||West Ham United|
|Tottenham Hotspur||2-1||Newcastle United|
|Swansea City||1-0||Stoke City|
Everton will take on Crystal Palace this weekend in a match the Toffees are guaranteed to win.
After all, the Eagles are dead last in the league table, having dropped nine of 10 matches. Even worse, they've been outscored 21-6 over that time.
With Tim Howard playing with loads of confidence in between the posts and Romelu Lukaku leading the way offensively, Everton is poised to pick up three big points on the road. Keep in mind that Roberto Martinez's crew haven't conceded a goal in either of their previous two league matches.
The Citizens and their high-octane attack are set to overwhelm the Black Cats at Stadium of Light in Week 11.
After netting seven goals against Norwich City this past weekend, Manchester City will enter Sunday's clash with Sunderland in tremendous form and with tons of momentum. Led by Sergio Aguero, City have scored more goals than any other club in the Premier League.
To put their magnificent striking in proper perspective, City have scored four times as many goals as Sunderland.
Expect City to run away with this match.
Following a painful 2-0 loss at Arsenal in Week 10, Liverpool are sure to bounce back this coming weekend at Anfield. Brendan Rodgers' squad is down but not out in the league title race and has more than enough talent to surpass a middle-of-the-road Fulham club.
Look for leading goal scorers Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez to rediscover their swagger and goalkeeper Simon Mignolet to shine against a squad that's managed just 10 goals in as many matches this season.
The Reds have been sensational at home this season and will make the most of their return this weekend.
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