Brighton v Chelsea (Prediction 0-2)
Chelsea are without the suspended Pedro and Morata after their antics in midweek, which won’t help the Blues’ cause after 5 consecutive draws.
I still think they’ll have a little too much for Brighton, Hazard should shine in this one.
Arsenal v Crystal Palace (Prediction 2-1)
Crystal Palace have put up a good run since appointing Roy Hodgson and are now more than favourites to stay up, I must add it’s great to see Timothy Fosu-Mensah playing regularly and he was named man of the match last week.
Arsenal have only 1 win from their last 5 Premier League games and I think they really need this.
Burnley v Manchester United (Prediction 0-2)
Burnley are on a bad run after a fine start to the season, they’ve not won for 7 games in all competitions and that is bound to change at some point, but not tomorrow. Very confident that this is just the beginning of a strong winning run for United.
Everton v West Brom (Prediction 1-0)
Big Sam v Alan Pardew, a clash of two of the most experienced English managers. Both will be very eager for a win in this one, Pardew having just picked up his first league win last week and hoping to build on that.
Whilst Big Sam’s Everton have lost all their last 3. I think Everton will take this with just the one goal.
Leicester v Watford (Prediction 1-1)
I really want to see Marco Silva do well, and for that to happen at Watford he’s going to need time and money, the former being something they haven’t offered to any manager in recent memory.
A tight game, score draw.
Stoke v Huddersfield (Prediction 1-1)
A tough one to predict and on another day, I’d probably go for another score. I think Paul Lambert will take this for his first game in charge, though they need wins as soon as possible.
West Ham v Bournemouth (Prediction 2-1)
West Ham haven’t lost in their last 4, neither have Bournemouth. Moyes rested most of his first team for the FA Cup replay against Shrewsbury in midweek and I think they’ll pick up 3 points.
Manchester City v Newcastle (Prediction 3-0)
I hope that City’s first league loss of the season last week has got into the players heads and they mess this one up, but I can’t see it.
Newcastle are ideal opponents for the recovery game, especially at the Etihad. It’s how many they win by, in my opinion.
Written by Jordan Hackett
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