Former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra has predicted some of the matches that will be played in Match Day 4 of the Premier League this weekend.
In the early kick-off, the Red Devils travel to Southampton after finally picking up their first win of the season against Liverpool on Monday.
“This is a crucial match. United want to move forward, but if they draw or lose people will say that the win against Liverpool was an accident. It’s all about continuity. We can score goals and if we keep a clean sheet we are going to win the game. It’s as simple as that.
Chelsea will host Leicester, looking to bounce back from a shock 3-0 defeat at Leeds United.
Evra said: “Chelsea’s last match was a shock. I said recently that Mendy is the best goalkeeper in the world but those mistakes cost you a lot, he knows, he’s a world class player. Leicester are struggling, I don’t know what’s going on. I see Chelsea winning because they will want to fix that humiliation.
On the late kick-off between Arsenal and Fulham, he added: “Arsenal go into this in great form, I don’t think it will be an easy game though. Fulham can upset Arsenal, but I think at home they will have just enough. Prediction: 2-1.”