Chelsea manager Graham Potter will take charge of his first Premier League match as Blues boss on Saturday, hoping to end a dismal run against Crystal Palace (Crystal Palace 7/2, Draw 13/5, Chelsea 10/11 – Match Result).

The former Brighton coach has only been in the dugout for one Chelsea match, with his side held to a 1-1 draw by RB Salzburg in the Champions League last month.

He has had limited time to work with his first-team stars due to the international break, but Potter will hope his side can hit the ground running against Palace.

The former Brighton coach has failed to win any of his seven matches against the Seagulls’ rivals, but Chelsea have a much better record, winning each of their last nine Premier League matches with the Eagles.

Edouard Mendy, N’Golo Kante, Marc Cucurella and Carney Chukwuemeka will all miss out through injury, while James Tomkins is available for Palace as he tries to make his first appearance of the season.

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Saturday’s match is one of five 15:00 KO’s, while the lunchtime match sees Arsenal host Tottenham in the north London derby.

Bournemouth host Brentford on the south coast, while Fulham and Newcastle will hope to continue their impressive starts to the season when they face off at Craven Cottage (Fulham 21/10, Draw 5/2, Newcastle 7/5 – Match Result).

Potter’s replacement, Roberto De Zerbi, will take charge of Brighton for the first time as they travel to Anfield to face Liverpool (Liverpool 9/20, Draw 4/1, Brighton 6/1 – Match Result), while Southampton host Everton at St Mary’s, with both teams locked in mid-table on seven points.

Saturday’s 17:30 KO comes from the London Stadium as West Ham host Wolves. Both sides lost their previous Premier League matches, with Everton recording a 1-0 win over the Hammers, while Manchester City cruised past Wolves in a 3-0 victory (West Ham Evens, draw 5/2, Wolves 16/5 – Match Result).

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