Betting: Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea all included in the next round of Football 4Cast

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There's a huge Premier League clash at Anfield and that match is the final fixture in this week's selected matches for the £10,000 jackpot

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Entry is free and you can play on iOS, Android or enter your predictions via desktop. Pick a correct score and an anytime goal scorer and if you get all four legs correct, you'll be in with a chance of scooping the cash prize.

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Here's a look at the four matches on this weekend's schedule courtesy of the latest Opta facts.

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Chelsea v Leicester City
Saturday 13th January - 15:00 kick off

The last two Premier League champions square off at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea have won nine of their previous 11 top flight clashes with the Foxes (D1 L1) and it's now been 12 matches since Leicester beat a member of the "big six" away from home.

While a home win looks to be on the cards then, goals are usually assured at both ends with Claude Puel's men. The visitors have scored and conceded in 14 of their 22 league games this term, more than anyone else. With Jamie Vardy netting 22 goals in 41 appearances against the aforementioned "big six" he could be a popular scorer pick.

Prediction: Chelsea 3 Leicester 2

Scorer: Jamie Vardy

Tottenham v Everton
Saturday 13th January - 17:30 kick off

Tottenham are currently on a 10 game unbeaten run against Everton in the Premier League (W5 D5) and Mauricio Pochettino's men will feel confident of recording another victory at Wembley on Saturday night where they're unbeaten in the last 10 league matches.

Harry Kane Tottenham

The Toffees boast just one win against "big six" opposition in their previous 43 Premier League attempts, drawing 15 and losing the other 27. Harry Kane is just one goal away from equalling Teddy Sheringham's 97 goals in the top flight and two away from becoming the club's all-time leading marksman in the competition.

Prediction: Tottenham 2 Everton 1

Scorer: Harry Kane

Bournemouth v Arsenal
Sunday 14th January - 13:30 kick off

Bournemouth haven't kept a Premier League clean sheet in nine attempts now and have conceded at least twice in their previous six against Arsenal, so many 4Cast players will likely opt for an away win at the Vitality Stadium despite the Gunners' disappointing form on the road and substantial injury list.

Alexandre Lacazette hasn't scored in any of his last seven Premier League games so perhaps consider an alternative in the form of Danny Welbeck. The England international has only started six top flight matches this season but with Arsene Wenger running short of options, Welbeck could be set for plenty of first team action.

Prediction: Bournemouth 1 Arsenal 2

Scorer: Danny Welbeck

Sergio Aguero Manchester City FA Cup

Liverpool v Manchester City
Sunday 14th January - 16:00 kick off

The highlight of the Premier League weekend comes from Anfield as Jurgen Klopp's men look to avenge a 5-0 defeat from the reverse fixture. Despite Manchester City's incredible performances so far this season there are reasons to be hopeful for Liverpool. The Reds are unbeaten in 14 home games against Sunday's visitors and have taken more points against the "big six" since Klopp took over than any other team.

That said, Serguo Aguero has scored more Premier League goals against the Merseysiders than any other Manchester City player (6 in 11 games) and could follow up his midweek winner with a goal at Anfield, a venue he's yet to score at in this competition.

Prediction: Liverpool 1 Manchester City 1

Scorer: Sergio Aguero

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