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Premier League predictions

This week I am going to attempt to predict the results for the Barclays Premier League fixtures for this weekend. This could get interesting and as I feel my knowledge of this league is the strongest I believe I should get a higher score. But in this crazy game we call Football anything could happen!

Man City v Sunderland (3-1)

 At home I can see Man City easily winning this one. They just have to be weary of Fletcher especially with the defensive problems City have at the moment.

Chelsea v Norwich City (4-0)

Chelsea are in irresistible form and after their 2-5 thrashing at home to Liverpool, Norwich could be in for another tough afternoon.

Swansea v Reading(1-1)

Both teams are in a bad run and neither have won lately. So I can see this being a stalemate.

West Brom v QPR (2-1)

West Brom aren’t too bad at home and QPR are rock bottom and are struggling, big time!

Wigan v Everton (1-2)

Everton are going well in the league this season and I can see their good run extending against Wigan.

West Ham v Arsenal (1-3)

Wenger’s men will want to get over last weekend quickly so I can see them scoring a few at Upton Park.

Southampton v Fulham (2-2)

Fulham are playing well at the moment but St Mary’s seems to be a bit of a fort for Southampton this season.

Liverpool v Stoke (2-0)

Obviously I am going to back my own team! And after the recent success from last weekend I can see another win on the cards. This match could be interesting though with the return of Crouch and Owen to Anfield.

Tottenham v Aston Villa  (2-1) Spurs will want to keep their good run going and momentum will be high after last weekend’s win against United.

Newcastle v Man United (1-1)

The Geordies beat them last year at the Sports Direct Arena so they have a chance of doing it again but I can see this ending all square. 

Daniel Clark


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