Saturday Premier League predictions – big teams to drop points

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Will Tottenham stop Liverpool from going unbeaten in the Premier League on Saturday?

Fantastic weekend of football and on Saturday we have some right juicy match-ups, none more so than Tottenham v Liverpool.

I am including Friday nights game in this list of predictions, no point leaving either Sheffield United or West Ham out.

Here are my predictions for this weekends game.

Friday

Sheffield United v West Ham United – West Ham win

The new manager bounce is in effect and surely Sheffield United have to come off the rails at some point.

Saturday

Crystal Palace v ArsenalDraw

The first half against Leeds United on Monday evening shows Arsenal still have huge problems and Palace are a bit of a bogey team for the Gunners.

Chelsea v Burnley – Chelsea win

Surely the Blues cannot lose another home game?

Everton v Brighton – Everton win

Brighton will be very tough opponents but at home, Everton should have enough to get all three points.

Leicester City v Southampton – Draw

After a 9-0 win at Southampton, you would think this is a banker bet but very different circumstances now. The Saints are bang in form while the Foxes are stuttering slightly.

Manchester United v Norwich City – Norwich City win

The exact sort of game that United tend to lose and so why not, let’s go for an outsider.

Wolverhampton v Newcastle United – Wolves win

Can anyone see Wolves not winning? I cannot.

Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool – Tottenham win

HUGE game and if there is ever a manager that can derail Liverpool it is Jose Mourinho and I reckon he will do just that.

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Anthony Turner

Anthony is the editor and main writer on FootyCosmos and has been writing about football for as long as he can remember.

2 Comments

  1. It may be disappointing for Spurs to lose by over 2 goals. Remember their overconfidence over Chelsea who were supposed to be underdogs.

  2. If your so confident, why not ‘waste’ a bet?????

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