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Brighton v Bournemouth (Prediction 1-1)
Both teams go into this game with a record of one win from five in the Premier League. Brighton’s games have been particularly low scoring, with not one but two 0-0 draws. They’ve only scored 1 goal in their last five, beating Watford on the 23rd December.
Beaten 2-0 by both Chelsea and Spurs in the other two games. Bournemouth however, have seen 18 goals in their last 5 league games, mostly against them. It’s a tough game to predict, so I’m going for a draw.
Burnley v Liverpool (Prediction 0-2)
Burnley will try to make it tough for Liverpool, but Liverpool are on good form and I cannot see them failing to score once or twice. Burnley will have to match that at least.
There is hope for Burnley with Salah a doubt for the Merseyside club and a big 2-2 draw at Old Trafford recently will see them confident. I fancy Liverpool to keep the good run going though.
Leicester v Huddersfield (Prediction 2-0)
Claude Puel has undoubtedly improved Leicester City since replacing Craig Shakespeare and helped them climb up to 8th. Huddersfield have well and truly impressed in the Premier League this season, just three points behind Leicester.
I think this could be a tighter game than it looks, Leicester have lost three of their last five, Huddersfield just one. Puel has been consistent in trying to avoid overusing Mahrez and Vardy over the festive period, I think they could be the key.
Stoke v Newcastle (Prediction 1-1)
The two out of form teams in the Premier League right now, they should be alert about the relegation battle they are falling into.
The Magpies have done enough defensively to keep Man City’s goals to a minimum and kept a clean sheet v Brighton most recently. I’ll go for a 1-1 draw.
Everton v Manchester United (Prediction 0-1)
This is not going to be simple for Manchester United, who are desperately in need of a win but admittedly as a fan, I’m confident that Monday is the day that changes!
A good win at Goodison Park to spark a turn in form for United, hopefully.
Written by Jordan Hackett
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