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SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table- Week 2

SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table- Week 2

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It was a tight encounter last week as Charlie Mullan squeezed past Michael Conlan by one point in the first ever edition of SportPesa’s Premier League Prediction table. This week, Charlie has his hands full with another boxer as he takes on Liverpool’s James “Jazza” Dickens, the current IBF European champion who’s set to take part in MTK Global’s Golden Contract tournament later this year. First, Dickens must go up against Mullan and if he can achieve seven points this week then he’ll take the top spot on the SportPesa Premier League Prediction table leaderboard.

A star amateur with multiple vested successes, Dickens turned professional in 2011 and his eight-year career so far has saw him claim multiple titles on his climb to the upper echelons of his beloved sport. Dickens has been a regular fixture at Liverpool’s waterfront arena and last month he achieved a lofty ranking with the IBF by dominating Australia’s Nathaniel May meaning that a huge opportunity is potentially around the corner.


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SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table Week 2

Arsenal v Burnley

James Dickens: An easy one for Arsenal at home against Burnley. Both sides made a good start last week but I think Arsenal at home are far too strong. 4-1

Charlie Mullan: Both sides are looking to make it back to back wins after both enjoying success last week but like last season’s fixture when Arsenal won 3-1, I think the Gunners will come out on top again. 2-1

Aston Villa v Bournemouth

JD: Not much to split these so I think one goal will be enough. Villa are at home and back in the Premier League so I think they’ll just edge this. 1-0

CM: Villa will likely be inspired at playing in their first home game back in the Premier League but in Bournemouth they’re coming up against a steady Premier League side who will be disappointed after drawing with Sheffield United last week. I think Bournemouth will come out of this with another draw. 1-1

Brighton v West Ham United

JD: Different moods for these two teams after last week as Brighton won 3-0 at Watford and West Ham were beaten 5-0 by Manchester City. I think there’ll be a big response from West Ham this week. 1-3

CM: I don’t think that West Ham can play as bad as they did last week two weeks running so I expect there to be a big improvement from them but I still believe that Brighton will have a little too much for them. 2-1

Everton v Watford

JD: Everton are back at Goodison Park for the first game of the season and you’ll see a big performance from the Blues with all their new signings. 2-0

CM: There probably won’t be many goals in this game as both sides are looking to get off the mark after drawing blanks last week. Everton have a brilliant home record under Marco Silva and I think they’ll extend that here. 1-0

Southampton v Liverpool

JD: Liverpool are looking like a great side at the moment and carrying on from where they finished off last season. This should be routine for them. 0-3
CM: The only worry I see for Liverpool is that the European Super Cup final against Chelsea might take a toll on them. If not then they should register another win like they did at St Mary’s Stadium last season. 0-3

Manchester City v Spurs

JD: This has the potential to be a brilliant game because there’s usually drama whenever they play. Last season in the Champions League was brilliant and I think there’ll be goals again. 3-2

CM: Manchester City wasted no time in getting back into the groove against West Ham last weekend. They’ll have a big test against Spurs but they definitely have the strength to get the job done. 3-1

Sheffield United v Crystal Palace

JD: Another team back in the Premier League at home but I think this is a hard game for Sheffield United. I’m going to go with Palace to get the job done. 0-1

CM: A home game against Crystal Palace could be the ideal fixture for Sheffield United to get their first Premier League win of the season. Palace are boosted by the fact that Wilfred Zaha managed to stay put and I think he could be amongst the goals. 1-1

Chelsea v Leicester City

JD: A hard start for Chelsea but this is the type of fixture that you’d think they can bounce back in. Leicester are a good side but Chelsea at home should win this. 2-0

CM: I think Chelsea might want to prove a point in this game after getting beat 4-0 by Manchester United a week ago. Leicester are a very organised side and there weren’t many goals between the sides last season. I’ll go with Chelsea to sneak it. 1-0

Wolves v Manchester United

JD: A good start for Manchester United last week and I’m confident that they can build on it again this week when they take on Wolves. 1-3

CM: Wolves are very good at Molyneux and it’ll be interesting to see if United can build on their impressive win against Chelsea last week. I think there’ll be goals in this game but it’s going to be hard for United to repeat last week’s success. 2-2

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