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Leicester v Stoke City (Prediction 2-0)
Leicester’s form has gone a little patchy recently with losses at Everton and Manchester City and a draw with Swansea at the King Power, they did beat Sheffield United in the FA Cup last weekend though.
Stoke’s form hasn’t taken a huge turn since the managerial appointment of Paul Lambert either, thus finding themselves still in the relegation zone. Leicester to win with home advantage.
Bournemouth v Newcastle (Prediction 1-0)
I’m making the decision to ignore both teams last results, not completely of course but I think Bournemouth are better than the 4-1 loss at Huddersfield and Newcastle were flattered in their win last weekend, a poor display from Manchester United.
Brighton v Swansea (Prediction 1-1)
I like what Carlos Carvalhal is doing at Swansea and they’ve found their feet, putting up a good run lately, but I think Brighton will be up for this one, a point a piece.
Burnley v Southampton (Prediction 1-0)
I hope I don’t get accused of hating Southampton, I seem to predict them to lose every week. I think Burnley are crying out for a win and this could be the ideal opportunity.
How Burnley would it be for them to do so with a typical one nil at Turf Moor.
Liverpool v West Ham (Prediction 2-2)
I don’t need to say much more than this is such a Liverpool thing to do, convince everyone that they’re on a good run then drop points against a team down the table, like West Ham.
Hammers’ boss David Moyes took a point the last time he faced Liverpool, with Sunderland, admittedly at the Stadium of Light. Do it again!
West Brom v Huddersfield (Prediction 2-1)
I don’t know why I’m keeping the faith in Alan Pardew’s West Brom, but something tells me they won’t go down without a fight!
I’ll give them one more chance this week, up the Baggies!
Watford v Everton (Prediction 3-0)
Initially, I wondered why this game had been selected for TV but it’s really obvious!
Everton’s approach for the Hornets former manager Marco Silva was what is widely seen as the beginning of the end for the exciting young Portuguese coach and there was a sour feeling left on Watford tongues as it seemed to ruin the fantastic start to the season they had.
Watford will be out for blood and Deulofeu could be the bullet in the back of the team he used to play for.
Written by Jordan Hackett
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