Jurgen Klopp’s side will host Leeds United as they hope to bounce back from their defeat to Nottingham Forest. Liverpool are undefeated at Anfield this season in the Premier League. Leeds United are now in the relegation zone after a 3-2 loss to Fulham.
Arsenal dropped points against Southampton last week and will welcome Nottingham Forest, who defeated Liverpool in Match Week 12.
Manchester United will Seek to continue their impressive form against a West Ham side that have tasted only one defeat in five Premier League matches.
Sutton has predicted wins for Liverpool, Arsenal, and Manchester United.
What is Chris Sutton’s prediction for Makes Liverpool Vs Leeds United, Arsenal Vs Nottingham Forest, and Manchester United Vs West Ham United?
Previewing the matches on BBC Sports, Chris Sutton said:
Liverpool v Leeds United
“I don’t think Leeds’ poor form is all on Jesse Marsch, and I think it is harsh that the fans have turned on him as quickly as they have done, but they really need a positive result at Anfield.
“Liverpool have been a ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ side all season and I keep getting them wrong – after they beat Manchester City and West Ham, going to bottom-side Nottingham Forest felt like an open goal for them, but they did not turn up.
“They are at home this time, though, and they put in a really strong performance at Ajax in the Champions League on Wednesday.
“So, again, I am going to say the Reds will win comfortably and find the spark they have been missing for months. If they do, then things could get messy for Marsch and his side, because their defense is a real cause for concern. Prediction: 6-1.”
Arsenal v Nottingham Forest
“This is top of the table versus bottom, but the way last weekend’s games went for both teams made me stop and think about this one a bit more.
“I am still going for Arsenal to win, but they looked a bit tired in the second half of their draw with Southampton on Sunday, and they have got a Europa League tie against PSV Eindhoven on Thursday too.
“Forest have been a bit more stubborn in their past couple of games and have kept two clean sheets. They seem to have found a bit of defensive stability and it is down to Arsenal to find a way through.
Because they are at home, I have to back the Gunners, but these next few weeks before the season stops for the World Cup will tell us a lot about their squad, and whether it is strong enough. Prediction: 2-0.”
Manchester United v West Ham
“Losing defender Raphael Varane to injury is a blow for Manchester United but I think they will cope without him here, even though Gianluca Scamacca is a real threat.
“At the other end, it might be a different story. West Ham are a stubborn side, who are in decent form, but I don’t think their backline will be good enough to keep United out.
“United are making progress under Erik ten Hag but he still has to deal with the distraction of being asked questions about Cristiano Ronaldo the whole time, which must be a nightmare for him. It will probably be the same again after this game, whether Ronaldo plays or not.
“Great player that he is, Ronaldo has made it all about himself when really he is just one of the squad. It is quite sad, because he is starting to destroy his legacy at Old Trafford, and he might not be there for much longer. Prediction: 2-1”