Steve Palmer tips up three Premier League games for this Saturday, including Manchester United's trip to Burnley.
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Manchester City v Nottingham Forest (15:00)
Nottingham Forest’s away support have been getting some great entertainment this season and they could enjoy another fun day out this Saturday.
Forest pushed Arsenal and Manchester United all the way in their opening two away games of the campaign, unlucky to suffer a red card when holding United at Old Trafford, then the Tricky Trees went to Chelsea at the start of this month and took all three points.
Forest will be thrilled with their league position given what a tough set of early road missions the fixture computer set them – and they can push Manchester City hard in their latest giant killing attempt.
City could start the game sluggish, having had a Champions League outing on Tuesday, and some complacency will probably be in the home camp too.
Forest have shown great resilience this season and have kept things tight, and Steve Cooper’s side can get to half-time level pegging with their illustrious hosts.
A draw at half-time, with City winning the match looks a juicy price.
Luton v Wolves (15:00)
Luton have competed well against West Ham and Fulham in their last two games and the Hatters can get their first victory of the season against Wolves.
Wolves, destroyed by Liverpool in the second half of their meeting last Saturday, are being shown great respect by bookmakers for their trip to Luton, having conceded six goals in their last two.
Burnley v Manchester United (20:00)
All is not well at Manchester United, with the owners continually criticised by supporters and the manager seemingly losing the faith of both those in the dressing room and those in the stands.
Injuries have not helped Erik ten Hag, but United have lost four of their six games this season in all competitions, following a 3-1 home defeat to Brighton with a 4-3 loss at Bayern Munich on Wednesday.
With not much time to recover from that gutbuster in Germany, an edgy United look vulnerable to further agony at Burnley.