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Jazza Dickens Returns For Prediction League
Tottenham Hotspur's Lucas Moura (left) and Manchester City's Kyle Walker battle for the ball

Jazza Dickens Returns For Prediction League

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He gave a good account of himself when taking on the SportPesa tipster, Charlie Mullan, earlier in the season, and now Jazza Dickens is back to have another crack at the SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table. Dickens is currently in training for a crack at MTK’s Golden Contract and the popular Everton supporter heads to the York Hall next month for another high-profile fight, but he managed to find a few minutes from his busy and intense schedule for some brief football talk.

Leicester v Chelsea

Jazza Dickens: Two evenly matched teams so I’m going to go with a draw. 1-1

Charlie Mullan: This could be a good time for Chelsea to go to the King Power Stadium so close after Leicester’s Carabao Cup semi-final, second leg defeat to Aston Villa. Chelsea to win a close one. 1-2

Bournemouth v Aston Villa

JD: Villa will be on a high after getting to the League Cup Final, so they’ll win here. 1-2

CM: Bournemouth remembered how to win a league game when they beat Brighton last time out and they could win back-to-back games for just the second time this season by beating a Villa side that might struggle to back up their Carabao Cup success against Leicester. 1-1

Crystal Palace v Sheffield Utd

JD: Another tight game, but I’ll say a Palace win. 2-0

CM: Palace haven’t won a league game since beating West Ham on Boxing Day and Sheffield United will make life very difficult for the home side. Don’t expect too many goals as the last eight games the Blades and four of the last five the Eagles have played have seen under 2.5 goals. 1-1

Liverpool v Southampton

JD: Liverpool look far too good for most teams at the moment. 3-0

CM: Southampton are third in the form table over the last eight games, but they will be the latest team to be put to the sword by the rampant Reds who will have been refreshed after resting their star players for their FA Cup tie at Shrewsbury. 3-0

Newcastle v Norwich

JD: Newcastle will be a little too strong in this one. I think they’ll edge it. 2-1

CM: Newcastle should win this game, but there again, they should have beaten Oxford in the FA Cup last weekend when it finished goalless. Norwich have nothing to lose and with games running out, they could get something from their trip to St James’ Park. 1-1

Watford v Everton

JD: Everton will get a win on the road here. 0-1

CM: Nigel Pearson deserves a lot of credit for hauling Watford off the bottom of the table and a win against Everton could see them climb out of the bottom three. Everton, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the form he is in should get something from this game. 2-2

West Ham v Brighton

JD: A tight game even though West Ham need to win. 0-0

CM: Neither of these sides can afford to lose this game which means it could be one of the lower scoring games in the Premier League this weekend. Brighton’s away form has been poor this season with just one win in their last 11 but this is a chance for them to rectify that. 1-2

Man Utd v Wolves

JD: I’m expecting a big Man Utd performance this weekend for some reason. 3-0

CM: This will be the seventh meeting between these two sides since the start of last season and the previous six have all been close affairs. Three were draws and the other three were decided by one-goal. This has all the ingredients to be a stalemate. 1-1

Burnley v Arsenal

JD: A high scoring fixture that I think Arsenal will sneak. 2-3

CM: Arsenal have won the last 11 meetings with Burnley and it could well be 12 in a row if Burnley play as bad as they did losing to Norwich in the FA Cup last weekend. Sitting tenth in the table, the Gunners cannot afford to lose more ground in their quest for a top four finish. 0-2 

Tottenham v Man City

JD: There’s been some good games between these two teams, and I think Sunday will be another one that City might just edge. 1-2

CM: It’s been a busy week for Spurs with Christian Eriksen leaving for Inter and Steven Bergwijn arriving from PSV and the new signing could be thrown in at the deep end as the home side continue to cope with the absence of Harry Kane. But City should be too strong. 1-3

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