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Burnley v Everton (Prediction 1-0)
Last week I predicted the typical 1-0 to Burnley and they fell victim to a last-minute equaliser from Southampton’s Manolo Gabbiadini.
Everton’s away struggles continued last weekend in the televised game that saw them lose 1-0 at Watford.
Maybe it’s too good to be true, but 1-0 to Burnley and we go again!
Leicester v Bournemouth (Prediction 1-1)
Both sides had to come from behind to gain a point last week, Leicester’s form has dipped lately and they haven’t beaten Bournemouth since February of 2014, when they were both Championship sides.
But I think another frustrating draw for the fans at the King Power Stadium lies ahead.
Southampton v Stoke (Prediction 2-0)
Another game where both sides head into it off the back of a draw, both also only have one win in their last five league games so will be very eager to pick up three points.
Home advantage is enough to convince me that the Saints will take the win.
Swansea v West Ham (Prediction 1-1)
Swansea’s 4-1 loss at Brighton last weekend was a surprise to me but I’m going to ignore that result.
I think West Ham under David Moyes will be a tough proposition and the Swans may have to settle for a point at the Liberty.
Tottenham v Huddersfield (Prediction 4-0)
Spurs are in inspired form and Huddersfield have managed to put two consecutive league wins together.
Tottenham hit Rochdale for six in midweek and I think if they get one as early as they’d hope, they could score for fun, I’ll go with as many as four. Spurs have been looking unbeatable at Wembley for the most part of this season.
Watford v West Brom (Prediction 2-1)
I promised to give up on West Brom if they didn’t win last week and that I am.
They lost 2-1 to Huddersfield and I find it very hard to believe they are capable of fighting to stay up anymore.
Watford’s form is coming together and I think they’ll do enough to pick up another three points at home.
Liverpool v Newcastle (Prediction 3-1)
Rafa Benitez is back at Anfield for this clash and whilst Newcastle proved capable of taking three points from Manchester United at Old Trafford, they got very lucky with a dire performance from the red devils on the day.
Liverpool can drop silly points when least expected, but I think Newcastle will struggle to contain the ruthless attacking threat that Liverpool hold.
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Written by Jordan Hackett
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