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Chelsea v Leicester (Prediction 2-0)
Chelsea haven’t been at their very best recently with two consecutive 0-0 draws against Norwich and Arsenal. But neither have Leicester. I fancy Chelsea to take home advantage as they often do.
Crystal Palace v Burnley (Prediction 2-1)
Burnley have been very good this season, but Crystal Palace’s form since Hodgson took over makes this one a tough one. I think Palace have another win in them here as they move further away from the relegation battle that they once headed.
Huddersfield v West Ham (Prediction 0-1)
I can only see a West Ham win here, like Crystal Palace they have fought hard for some good results since changing managers and a scruffy 1-0 beckons. Moyes will take everything he can get this season.
Newcastle v Swansea (Prediction 0-1)
Tough one to predict with Newcastle’s last 2 Premier League games only producing the one goal. They seem to have some hope defensively, but Swansea now under new management gained a big win over Watford before losing to superior opposition in Tottenham.
I’m going to side with the Swans who need all the points they can get, as soon as they can get them.
Watford v Southampton (Prediction 2-0)
Southampton failed to take advantage of any confidence they managed get from holding Manchester United to a bore draw at Old Trafford when facing Crystal Palace last time. I think manager Mauricio Pellegrino is only heading for one thing at this point, the sack.
West Brom v Brighton (Prediction 2-0)
I think Pardew kept with quite a strong line-up against Exeter in the FA Cup last week to blood a bit of confidence into his side and ensure he gained his first win as manager.
My bet is that this will have a knock-on effect on his team and he’ll get his first league win since taking over at the Hawthorns.
Tottenham v Everton (Prediction 1-1)
Spurs’ temporary Wembley home may not have been so detrimental in the not so good start to the season, but it’s no White Hart Lane.
I think this will be a good game for the neutral to watch but Big Sam will grind out that point as he has managed to do against both Liverpool and Chelsea already this season.
Written by Jordan Hackett
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