This week’s Premiership predictions

Ollie Irish

3rd, November 2006


Fulham v Everton (12.45pm) Fulham are having a good season so far, but I expect Everton to see them off tomorrow. 0:2
Bolton v Wigan (3pm) There’s been a few Lancashire derbies in recent weeks and this is a tough one to call. I expect Bolton to be back to their best at the back after last week’s thrashing. 1:0
Charlton v Manchester City
(3pm) You never know which City side will turn up. I’ll hazard a guess at the below-par one. 0:0
Liverpool v Reading (3pm) Non-rotating Rafa’s men are on a roll. 3:1
Manchester United v Portsmouth
(3pm) Who had this down as a top four clash at the start of the season? United are notoriously dodgy against south coast sides, but they should have too much for Pompey. 2:0
Watford v Middlesbrough
(3pm) Watford to get the bit of luck they deserve. 1:0
Newcastle v Sheffield United
(5.15pm) Leggy and injury ravaged Newcastle face an uphill battle. 1:1

West Ham v Arsenal (1.30pm) Back down to earth with a bang for the Hammers. 0:3
Aston Villa v Blackburn (2pm) This should be a good match. Villa to edge it. 2:1
Tottenham v Chelsea (4pm) The weekend’s showpiece. You can only see Chelsea grinding out the result as usual. 0:2

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  1. Justin says:

    Are you sure you got the Manchester United – Portsmouth prediction right? Your prediction seems to say you think Man Utd will be too much for a depleted Portsmouth side, but the score indicates a 2-0 Portsmouth win.

  2. joe says:

    Sheffield United will not go down! You heard it here first.