This week’s Premiership predictions

Ollie Irish

24th, November 2006

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Charlton v Everton (12.45pm) Despite the fact that Les Reed has now had another week to get to know the squad he’s been working with all season (excuses, excuses), I can’t see him turning it around. 0:2
Aston Villa v Middlesbrough (3pm) Villa are due a result before their promising start slips away. Boro are a hit and miss side – I predict miss tomorrow. 3:1
Fulham v Reading
(3pm) Should be an interesting match. I don’t think there will be much in it. 1:1
Liverpool v Manchester City
(3pm) Home win. Gerrard to open the scoring. 3:0
West Ham v Sheffield United (3pm) I reckon Neil Warnock’s side might nick something from this one. 0:1
Bolton v Arsenal (5.15pm) Bolton tend to bully Arsenal, but the Gunners will be eager to bounce back after drawing with Newcastle. An early goal would make all the difference for the Gunners. 1:2

This week’s Premiership predictions continued

Newcastle v Portsmouth (1.30pm) For once it’s not ‘Arry’s side who are down to the bare bones and Newcastle might also struggle with a Uefa Cup hangover. 1:1
Manchester United v Chelsea
(4pm) The BIG one! Anything can happen in these tense top-of-the-table clashes, but I fancy United’s form (Celtic excluded) to carry them through. 2:1
Tottenham v Wigan (3pm) Few would have predicted Wigan would be above Spurs going into this match, but I think the roles may be reversed by full-time. 2:1

[Rob Parker]

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  1. arsenalist says:

    Funny how I had made the exact same Arsenal prediction too.