This week’s Premiership predictions


29th, September 2006


Bolton v Liverpool (12.45pm) Won’t be many goals at the Reebok. Liverpool should have the edge. 0:1
Charlton v Arsenal (3pm) I expect Charlton’s miderable start to continue. 0:2
Chelsea v Aston Villa (3pm) Villa will make it very tough for Chelsea, who played in Europe mid-week. 1:0
Everton v Man City (3pm) A comfortable home win will put Stuart Pearce under more pressure. 3:1
Sheffield Utd v Middlesbrough (5.15pm) Predicting a match involving ‘Boro is a nightmare. They should have too much quality for the Blades. 1:2

This week’s Premiership predictions continued…


West Ham v Reading (2pm) West Ham desperately need a win against Alan Pardew’s old team. They should get it on Sunday. 2:1
Blackburn v Wigan (3pm) This Lancashire derby should be high on passion and bookings, but low on quality. 1:0
Man Utd v Newcastle
(3pm) Newcastle can’t defend, Man Yoo love to attack. Could be lots of goals. 4:1
Tottenham v Portsmouth (4pm) After their home defeat to Bolton on Monday night, has the Portsmouth bubble burst? This will be tough for Harry’s army. 2:1


Watford v Fulham (8pm) Fulham’s away form is usually dreadful, but I fancy them to pick up a point here. 1:1

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