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SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table – Week 4

SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table – Week 4

It’s three wins from three for Charlie Mullan in the SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table as he withstood the challenge of U.K. Hip Hop star, O’Shea, last weekend. It’s back to the boxing world for Charlie’s next challenger and with Vasyl Lomachenko taking on Luke Campbell this weekend, SportPesa where in London and managed to catch up with previous Lomachenko opponent, Anthony Crolla.

One of British boxing’s biggest success stories, Crolla won the hearts of sports fans everywhere when becoming world champion in 2015 just a few months after surviving an assault when he was chasing burglars from a neighbour’s house. A massive Manchester United fan, Crolla can be found at Old Trafford most weekends and he fancies his chances of scoring a knockout over SportPesa’s resident tipster.

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SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table – Week 4

Southampton v Man Utd

Anthony Crolla: We need a big response after what happened against Crystal Palace last week. I think the lads will be fired and we’ll take the three points back home. 1-2

Charlie Mullan: Both meetings in the league last season averaged 4.5 goals per game so expect more goals as Southampton try to win back-to-back games for the first time since March. United have kept just one clean sheet in their last 18 matches in all competitions so Saints will be confident of taking something from this one, especially at home. 2-2

Chelsea v Sheffield Utd

AC: Chelsea have been okay this season, but they haven’t had the results their performances deserve. Last week’s win over Norwich will do them the world of good and I think they’ll win again this weekend. 3-1

CM: Frank Lampard got his first Premier League win at the third attempt as Chelsea manager last week against Norwich, but it was hardly a convincing win against one of the newly-promoted sides. Chris Wilder’s newly-promoted Sheffield United have proved difficult to beat on their return to the top flight and if Chelsea haven’t sorted out their defence, the Blades could leave Stamford Bridge with a point. 1-1

Crystal Palace v Aston Villa

AC: It’s hard to see where the goals come in this one. Palace will fancy themselves after beating us last week, but I think it could be a quiet game with no goals. 0-0

CM: Both teams picked up their first wins of the season last weekend and with home advantage, Palace are the more likely side to make it back-to-back wins this weekend. Ending their 30-year hoodoo at Old Trafford should inspire the Eagles to soar to victory against a Villa side whose last away win in the Premier League came on the opening day of the 2015/16 season. 2-1

Leicester v Bournemouth

AC: Leicester have been playing some really good stuff this season and I think there’s a game coming up where they proper turn it on. They’ll be too good for Bournemouth. 3-0

CM: Brendan Rodgers’ side have started the season unbeaten in their first three matches and that should be extended to four following the visit of Bournemouth to the King Power Stadium. Jamie Vardy scored his first goal of the season last weekend and he could all be among the goals against the Cherries this weekend. 2-0

Man City v Brighton

AC: City seem to have picked up where they left off last season and some of the football has been sensational. There’s no way you can pick against them. 5-0

CM: It’s hard to see Brighton picking anything up from their trip to the Etihad given City’s run of form from the end of last season and the start of this one. City have taken 49 points from a possible 51 and it could be a case of damage limitation for Graham Potter’s side. In the last fixture before the first international break, City should stroll to victory. 4-0

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Newcastle v Watford

AC: Watford need a win badly and I think they might get it at Newcastle. Steve Bruce’s side got a great result against Spurs last week, but they won’t win again. 1-2

CM: After Newcastle pulled off their 1-0 win at Tottenham last Sunday, Watford are now the only side in the top flight without a point to their name. Javier Gracia’s shine is fading fast after guiding the Hornets to 11th and the FA Cup final last season. Anything but a win at St James’ will increase the heat on Javier, but I think they will get their first point of the season. 1-1

West Ham v Norwich

AC: Both sides will fancy this I reckon. Norwich have been a breath of fresh air in the first few weeks and West Ham finally look like they’re getting their act together. 1-1

CM: West Ham have been crying out for a hero to lead the Hammers to glory and in Sebastian Haller, they might just have found one. Haller scored twice as the Hammers won 3-1 at Watford last weekend and he will be confident of finding the net against a Norwich side yet to keep a clean sheet in the Premier League this season. 2-1

Burnley v Liverpool

AC: Turf Moor is a hard place to go, but Liverpool are on a roll at the moment and it doesn’t look like ending anytime soon. 0-1

CM: Sean Dyche’s men are the latest side to try and end Liverpool’s 12-game winning run in the league. Since losing first choice keeper Alisson in their opening night win over Norwich, the Reds have conceded a goal in all three of their matches so far. Liverpool average three goals a game and it’s hard to see how Burnley can stop Liverpool from making it 13 straight league wins. 0-3

Everton v Wolves

AC: Two teams who have realistic ambitions to crack the top six, but I don’t think they’ll be happy with how they’ve started this term. There’s not much to separate the two sides so I think it’ll be a draw. 1-1

CM: The away team has only scored once in the last nine games involving Everton and that was the Toffees when they ended last season at Tottenham. Wolves have drawn all three league games so far as they battle their way through the Europa League and if Everton can get off to a solid start against Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, they should extend that goalless sequence for away teams. 2-0

Arsenal v Tottenham

AC: Spurs haven’t been themselves this season and I think they’ll be quite concerned with how they’ve been playing. Arsenal have looked okay and they’ll take the points against their local rivals. 3-1

CM: Get ready for goals. Eight goals will see this fixture produce a total of 160 goals in 53 matches and become the Premier League’s most prolific fixture in its history. Okay, we might not get eight goals, but this should be a cracker of a derby with local pride up for grabs. Harry Kane has not looked his usual threatening self, but a derby should see him back in the goals. 2-2

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