FA Premier League Predictions – Week 7

Week six saw more positive outcomes as the Premier League hit week six. I managed six correct results and one perfect result as Man City roared on ( I was a bit optimistic in that Palace might score against City) Tottenham nearly letting the Hammers ruin that six correct results. It was those Hornets at Swansea that nailed the perfect result. Im sure my Watford supporting friend Simon Nobbs was glad to see that after the battering by Man City previously. My team Liverpool, giving me another 90 minute roller coaster ride as they held on to beat Leicester City.

So to week seven and the final round of September matches including the first October games. It’s also the an International break after this round, so Premier League predictions gets a week off.

  1. Arsenal             2-0 Brighton
  2. Bournemouth 1-1 Leicester City
  3. Chelsea             2-2 Man City
  4. Everton             2-0 Burnley
  5. Huddersfield   0-2 Tottenham
  6. Man Utd           4-0  C.Palace
  7. Newcastle Utd 0-2 Liverpool
  8. Stoke City         1-2 Southampton
  9. West Brom       0-2 Watford
  10. West Ham        2-1 Swansea

 

An interesting weekend ahead, post midweek European football for our British representatives.With Chelsea and Man City facing off against each other, will either suffer post Champions League hangover. Im going for a draw as they will no doubt cancel each other out. Man Utd will add to the Palace misery with a hammering at Old Trafford. Roy Hodgson is having a behind closed doors friendly against Bromley as a way of team building, well it couldn’t happen surely? Well at the weekend it will.

Liverpool will roll on post Russia trip with a win at St James. Whilst the reds defence is a bit shakey, don’t expect another classic goal fest. Tottenham will also be victorious on the road as their charge for Premier League glory starts to take shape.

Europa League representatives Arsenal and Everton will be bagging wins again, good news for Everton as they look to get their season going. For Arsenal they look to be uniting at last.

Bournemouth and Leicester who are both at the wrong end of the table will end up taking a point each on the South coast. The visitors who nearly took a point off Liverpool last week, will be disappointed not to get nothing more.

Saints overcome their disappointment from losing last weekend as they beat Swansea, whilst Watford win and West Ham take three points at home.

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FA Premier League Prediction – Week 6

OOh look its another week almost done and that can only mean one, yes Friday evening and down the pub for beers and live music….well there is that, but actually its time for this weekends Premier League predictions.

Last week I predicted 2 exact scorelines, Huddersfield v Leicester and the Bournemouth v Brighton games. I predicted 4 results correctly. How will I do this week? hopefully better, so lets get on with it.

  1. Arsenal      2-1 WBA                  Gunners end unbeaten in September with home win
  2. Brighton    1-2 Newcastle Utd Magpies steal three points from promoted Seagulls
  3. Burnley     1-1 Huddersfield    Honours even between the two surprise form teams
  4. Everton     1-2 Bournemouth  Struggling toffees lose again, Cherries take the points
  5. Leicester   1-2 Liverpool          Reds back to winning ways with win at the Foxes
  6. Man City   4-1 C.Palace             Palace find net in the league but receive a pasting
  7. Soton         1-1 Man Utd             Saints hold United to a second away draw
  8. Stoke City 1-2 Chelsea               Three hard won points for the Blues
  9. Swansea    1-2 Watford             Watford bounce back from City mauling to take win
  10. West Ham 1-2 Tottenham        Spurs win away pouring more pressure on Bilic

 

Well there you have the predictions and if the results follow the predicitons, then Palace fans will be left glum again, Everton fans even more despondent. That £150 million is seemingly well spent so far and wonder how long before there is a plane flying over Goodison with a Koeman Out banner. It must be a good time for aircraft banners from Premier League fans.

Having seen their team give a thumping to Everton, albeit with three late goals, the Reds might not be so fortunate this weekend at St Mary’s. Tottenham travel to West Ham with an opportunity to put Bilic under further pressure. The north London club have played two and won two without conceding on the road and with it now September, Kane is likely to catch up with his scoring.

Liverpool lost away to Leicester in the League Cup with some changes in the side, failing to convert their chances. Things I imagine will be different this Saturday tea time when they reconvene in the League. Expect the Reds to come away with a 2-1 win.

Week 5 – Premier Predictions

Having  predicted one perfect result and six results last week, it seems things could be on the way up prediction wise, if only my fantasy football team in my own league was as effective, but anyhow, we head to a fifth week. Yes its week five of Premier League fixtures and my birthday in 18 days god forbid.

Anyway enough waffling and lets get to the subject.

  1. Bournemouth 2-1 Brighton.          Cherries net their first win of campaign
  2. Crystal Palace 0-2 Southampton. New boss  but Saints take points
  3. Huddersfield  1-1 Leicester.          Honours even as Huddersfield bounce back
  4. Liverpool        3-0 Burnley.             Liverpool return to winning ways
  5. Newcastle Utd  1-1 Stoke City        Toon held at home as Stoke draw again
  6. Watford           1-2 Man City           First defeat for Hornets as City edge win
  7. West Brom      2-0 West Ham         Woes for the Hammers as WBA roll on
  8. Tottenham      2-0 Swansea            Spurs follow CL win with PL Wembley win
  9. Chelsea            2-0 Arsenal              Arsenal take a point at the Bridge.
  10. Man Utd          3-0 Everton              Back to back defeats for Blues as Utd stroll

Week 4 – Premier League Predictions

It’s that time again, another round of Premier League predictions that see players returning after the international break. It will be interesting to see how I do this week, having forgot about week and leaving it too late, but hey it’s all a bit of fun really isn’t it.

So here goes.

  1. Manchester City 1-2 Liverpool      Liverpool to edge tight game
  2. Arsenal 2-0 Bournemouth             Arsenal back on winning ways
  3. Brighton 1-2 West Brom                 Brighton find it tough again as West Brom surprise
  4. Everton 1-2 Tottenham                  Tottenham win as Kane shines in September
  5. Leicester 1-2 Chelsea                      Burnley defeat seems an age as Chelsea march on
  6. Southampton 1-1 Watford             Both teams remain unbeaten
  7. Stoke City 1-1 Man Utd                   Stoke resistance ends United’s 100% streak
  8. Burnley 2-0 C.Palace                       Burnley pour more misery on struggling Palace
  9. Swansea 1-2 Newcastle                  Magpies overcome Swans to steal the points.
  10. West Ham 0-2 Huddersfield          Huddersfield continue their unbeaten run.

 

No doubt these may upset or be joyful with these predictions.

FA Premier League Predictions – Week 2

It’s week two and another round of predictions and this week I hope to do a tad better this weekend than last weekend. Out of ten fixtures  there were no exact scorelines, but there were three correct results. Having predicted Crystal Palace would take all three points against Huddersfield Town, who would have thought that they would travel to Palace and take all three points. Liverpool scored three at Watford, but that’s as close as it got as the hosts. who had been 2-1 up grabbed a late equaliser to deny the Reds all three points.

Defending Champions Chelsea, started in the worst possible way. having seen Gary Cahill sent off after 14 minutes, the Blues were 3-0 down at half time. Morata pulled one back only to see Fabregas given his marching orders nine minutes from time. The hosts thought could consider themselves unlucky had they put their chances away especially when David Luiz netted in the 88th minute.

So without continuing to be reminded of a terrible week, here are this weeks predictions.

  1.  Swansea City          1-2 Manchester United
  2. AFC Bournemouth 1-1 Watford
  3. Burnley                     2-2 West Bromich Albion
  4. Leicester City           2-1 Brighton
  5. Liverpool                  3-1 Crystal Palace
  6. Southampton           2-0 West Ham
  7. Stoke City                  0-2 Arsenal
  8. Huddersfield Town 2-2 Newcastle United
  9. Tottenham                2-1 Chelsea
  10. Man City                    2-2 Everton

 

Im hoping that this week should bring some good games and better predictions, I mean hey I can’t get any worse on the predictions..oh yes I can, no correct scores or predictions.

FA Premier League Predictions

So the Premier League kick is getting closer and this season I will be providing weekly predictions for the 2017/18. The new season is certainly going to be an interesting one especially with the transfer window still open until the end of August. With players being bought and sold during the summer, it will be interesting to see how things move along the coming weeks.

It will be entertaining to see how my predictions turn out each week, but you can only predict what’s ahead. The Premier League season kicks off on Friday night at the Emirates where Arsenal entertain Leicester City, Watford host Liverpool on Saturday lunchtime, whilst newly promoted Brighton host Manchester City on the Saturday tea time. The Sunday fixtures see a visit to Newcastle United who host a  Tottenham side not only looking to go one step further this season by winning the league. The only down side is playing away from the Lane. The opening weekend is completed when West Ham travel to Manchester United. West Ham travel to Old Trafford with the likes of Joe Hart and former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez.

Week One

  1. Arsenal      3-1 Leicester City
  2. Watford     0-3 Liverpool
  3. Chelsea      2-1 Burnley
  4. C.Palace     1-1 Huddersfield Town
  5. Everton      2-2 Stoke City
  6. Soton          3-1 Swansea City
  7. WBA           1-1 AFC Bournemouth
  8. Brighton    0-4 Manchester City
  9. Newcastle 1-2 Tottenham
  10. Man Utd    2-2 West Ham United.

Im sure there will be differing opinions and thoughts on the opening weekend but be free to share your predictions. Come Tuesday will I be wishing I had put money on or be looking like the least likeliest person to do your lottery numbers.