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Pies Vs Lawro: Premier League predictions

aaaaaa56030322.jpgOnly yesterday on Pies, we discussed Robin Friday being sent off after defecating in Lawro’s kitbag and then headbutting the poor Beeb pundit who used to have a smashing lip tickler. Today, it’s not the binge drinking cult legend Friday going toe to toe with Lawro, its us. But fear not, our bowels will not be unleashing any of last night’s balti onto Lawro’s gym kit, we’ll merely be seeing how we compare to him predicting this week’s Premier League games. Let’s get it on, starting with Martin Jol’s last ever game as a Spurs manager (probably)…

Saturday
Tottenham v Arsenal
, Lawro 1-1, Pies 1-1
Birmingham v Bolton, Lawro 1-1, Pies 2-1
Chelsea v Blackburn, Lawro 2-0, Pies 2-1
Everton v Man Utd, Lawro 1-2, Pies 1-2
Portsmouth v Liverpool Lawro 1-1, Pies 0-2
Sunderland v Reading, Lawro 2-0, Pies 1-1
West Ham v Middlesbrough, Lawro 2-0, Pies 1-0
Wigan v Fulham, Lawro 1-0, Pies 1-1
Click below for Sunday and Monday’s predictions…
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Sunday
Man City v Aston Villa
, Lawro 0-2, Pies 2-0

Monday
Derby v Newcastle
, Lawro, 1-2, Pies 0-2
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By Ollie Irish on September 14th, 2007 in Miscellaneous. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Responses are currently closed, but you can trackback from your own site.
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11 Responses to “Pies Vs Lawro: Premier League predictions”

  1. Joe says:

    Tottenham v Arsenal 0-1
    Birmingham v Bolton 2-0
    Chelsea v Blackburn 3-1
    Everton v Man Utd 1-0
    Portsmouth v Liverpool 0-3
    Sunderland v Reading 2-1
    West Ham v Middlesbrough 2-0
    Wigan v Fulham 1-2

  2. Joe says:

    Man City v Aston Villa 2-2
    Derby v Newcastle 1-2

  3. Clayton says:

    Saturday
    Tottenham v Arsenal, 1-2
    Birmingham v Bolton, 2-1
    Chelsea v Blackburn, 3-1
    Everton v Man Utd, 0-2
    Portsmouth v Liverpool 0-1
    Sunderland v Reading, 1-0
    West Ham v Middlesbrough, 1-1
    Wigan v Fulham, 0-2
    Sunday
    Man City v Aston Villa, 2-2
    Monday
    Derby v Newcastle , 0-2

  4. lister says:

    did not have lawro down as a mackham fan!

  5. lister says:

    actually, I reckon that Blackburn will turn Chelsea over 2 1.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Tottenham v Arsenal 3-1
    Birmingham v Bolton 2-1
    Chelsea v Blackburn 3-1
    Everton v Man Utd 1-2
    Portsmouth v Liverpool 2-3
    Sunderland v Reading 2-1
    West Ham v Middlesbrough 2-1
    Wigan v Fulham 3-1

  7. MrWrongn says:

    Tottenham v Arsenal 0-2
    Birmingham v Bolton 1-1
    Chelsea v Blackburn 2-0
    Everton v Man Utd 2-2
    Portsmouth v Liverpool 0-2
    Sunderland v Reading 1-0
    West Ham v Middlesbrough 1-1
    Wigan v Fulham 0-0

  8. Anonymous says:

    Saturday
    Tottenham v Arsenal: 2-2
    Birmingham v Bolton: 0-1
    Chelsea v Blackburn: 2-0
    Everton v Man Utd: 2-1
    Portsmouth v Liverpool: 1-2
    Sunderland v Reading: 1-1
    West Ham v Middlesbrough: 1-0
    Wigan v Fulham: 2-1
    Sunday
    Man City v Aston Villa: 3-1
    Monday
    Derby v Newcastle: 0-2

  9. Adam says:

    Saturday
    Tottenham v Arsenal: 2-2
    Birmingham v Bolton: 0-1
    Chelsea v Blackburn: 2-0
    Everton v Man Utd: 2-1
    Portsmouth v Liverpool: 1-2
    Sunderland v Reading: 1-1
    West Ham v Middlesbrough: 1-0
    Wigan v Fulham: 2-1
    Sunday
    Man City v Aston Villa: 3-1
    Monday
    Derby v Newcastle: 0-2

  10. stevo says:

    Saturday
    Tottenham v Arsenal: 1-2
    Birmingham v Bolton: 1-0
    Chelsea v Blackburn: 2-0
    Everton v Man Utd: 0-1
    Portsmouth v Liverpool: 1-2
    Sunderland v Reading: 1-0
    West Ham v Middlesbrough: 1-1
    Wigan v Fulham: 2-2
    Sunday
    Man City v Aston Villa: 1-1
    Monday
    Derby v Newcastle: 0-3

  11. Cole says:

    Tottenham v Arsenal 1-2
    Birmingham v Bolton 1-2
    Chelsea v Blackburn 1-1
    Everton v Man Utd 0-2
    Portsmouth v Liverpool 0-1
    Sunderland v Reading 1-2
    West Ham v Middlesbrough 1-1
    Wigan v Fulham 1-0
    Man City v Aston Villa 1-2
    Derby v Newcastle 0-2