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This week’s Premiership predictions

Sheffield United v Chelsea (12.45pm) I hope the Blades make a game of it, but I can’t see anything other than a big Chelsea win. 0:4
Arsenal v Everton
(3pm) Arsenal are back in top gear and should have enough to see if Everton if they get the first goal. 2:0
Bolton v Manchester United (3pm) Fergie might think his side are coming of age but I still think they will find Bolton’s physical approach tricky. The Trotters have some notable absentees though. 1:1
Fulham v Wigan (3pm) Both sides are missing Jimmy Bullard, but Fulham have been coping better. A close one. 1:0

This week’s Premiership predictions continued

Saturday continued
Liverpool v Aston Villa (3pm) Villa are faltering after a great start and Liverpool have never got going. Should be a good match. 2:2
Portsmouth v Reading (3pm) Pompey’s in-form strike force should secure the three points. 2:0
Watford v Tottenham (3pm) I can’t see Watford getting their first win in this one. A narrow Spurs win. 0:1
Newcastle v Charlton (5.15pm) The Magpies to put Iain Dowie’s future in more doubt. 3:1

West Ham v Blackburn (4pm) Although Blackburn have been flying, West Ham might be able to stop the rot in this one. 1:1

Manchester City v Middlesbrough (8pm) Who knows what you are going to get from these two? Both sides are hit and miss, so I’ll go for a draw! 2:2

[Rob Parker]

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By Ollie Irish on October 27th, 2006 in Miscellaneous. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

One Response to “This week’s Premiership predictions”

  1. nostradamus says:

    you suck