EPL Predictions: Arsenal to succumb to Tottenham at Wembley?

Tottenham v Arsenal (Prediction 2-1)

An important North London Derby kicks-off the weekend of Premier League action, a win for Arsenal is a must, keeping their top four hopes alive as they seek a return to the Champions League, a loss would be detrimental to that cause.

A win for Spurs could see them move into the top four, depending on other results, with a draw being frustrating for both. Tottenham under Mauricio Pochettino are much better in big home games than they are in away games against what is now the ’top six’.

The way Spurs tore United apart at Wembley, I’m backing them to win this one.

 

Everton v Crystal Palace (Prediction 1-1)

After Everton’s 5-1 loss to Arsenal last week, it’s hard to predict them taking anything from this, but I will.

Crystal Palace have been on a strong run for a while now but recent results don’t convince me they’ll beat this Everton side if they turn up. Draw for me.

 

Stoke v Brighton (Prediction 1-0)

Not much to be said on this one, it’s a tricky game to predict. I think it will be low scoring and I’ll side with Paul Lambert’s men to pinch it by the one goal.

 

Swansea v Burnley (Prediction 2-0)

I like Swansea. It’s good to see them doing so well under Carlos Carvalhal’s management, they’re on the up right now and I think they’ll bag another three points at the Liberty.

 

West Ham v Watford (Prediction 1-2)

Well last week I predicted Chelsea to beat Watford with the Hornets putting up a strong showing without winning.

How wrong was I? Watford were brilliant in beating the Blues at Vicarage Road and they’ll be as confident as ever. A big away win here, I reckon.

 

Manchester City v Leicester (Prediction 1-1)

Manchester City are going to drop points, again. I hope.

Leicester have put up some brilliant performances against City in the past few seasons and they’ll need to deliver a similar level today, but they are capable.

 

Thank you for reading! Keep a look out for Sunday and Monday’s predictions.

 

Written by Jordan Hackett

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