This week’s infallible Premier League predictions


22nd, September 2006


Liverpool v Tottenham (12.45pm) Has Rafa, the Spanish tinkerman, finally settled on Kuyt and Bellamy up front? If he has, I predict good things ahead for the Reds. 1:0
Arsenal v Sheffield Utd
(3pm) After the Gunners’ confidence-restoring win at Old Trafford, I’d have to go for a comfortable home win. 2:0
Aston Villa v Charlton
(3pm) Dodgy start for Ian Dowie’s team and I can’t see that changing at Villa Park. 3:1
Fulham v Chelsea
(3pm) Fulham away is always a tough fixture, but Chelsea are playing well enough to bag three points 0:1
Man City v West Ham
(3pm) Both teams are struggling for form, but I fancy West Ham to nick this and put Stuart Pearce in deeper trouble. 1:2

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This weekend’s infallible Premier League predictions continued…

Saturday continued…
Middlesbrough v Blackburn
(3pm) Inconsistent Boro will struggle to overcome a dogged Rovers. 1:1
Wigan v Watford
(3pm) Tough game to call, so I’ll fall back with a trusty score draw. 1:1
Reading v Man Utd
(5.15pm) Reading don’t like to sit back and defend, so they’re asking to be mugged by United’s counter-attacking skills. 1:3

Newcastle v Everton
(4pm) Newcastle will be more vulnerable at the back without the injured Shay Given, and with Andy Johnson in fine form, this looks like an away win 0:1

Portsmouth v Bolton
(8pm) This has nil-nil written all over it. 0:0

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