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SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table- Week 3

SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table- Week 3

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Three weeks into the Premier League Season and our resident tipster, Charlie Mullan, remains undefeated after resisting the threat of Michael Conlan and Jazza Dickens in the opening stages of SportPesa’s Premier League Prediction Table. After a nervy encounter in the first week where Mullan squeezed past Conlan, our stat machine was in better form last weekend as he destroyed Dickens from the outset leaving the Liverpool fighter with too much to do heading into Monday night’s fixture.

This week, it’s a figure from the music world taking on Mullan as Merseyside rapper, O’Shea, a massive Everton fan, put his football expertise to the test as he looks to become the first person to defeat Mullan in this year’s competition. A product of South Liverpool, O’Shea has been a central part of the U.K. Hip Hop scene for many years and in 2010 he was the subject of a fascinating article that featured in The Guardian. Earlier this year, O’Shea released his first album “Gooogle It” and the feedback amongst music critics has been highly commendable.

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Aston Villa v Everton

O’Shea: I can see Everton nicking this one. We have had a decent but not spectacular start and I see that continuing. Villa will be desperate for a result, but I just can’t see them scoring. 0-1
Charlie Mullan: Everton are the only team in the Premier League yet to concede a goal and they will be confident of extending their run to three against a Villa team that has lost their first two games. Jack Grealish has lost the last 20 Premier League he has played in and I feel his wait for a win will go on after this fixture. 0-2

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Norwich v Chelsea
O’Shea: Self-explanatory. Chelsea will be disappointed with a draw at home to Leicester and I can’t see them slipping up again. 0-2
CM: In Teemu Pukki, Norwich have the Premier League’s top scorer with four goals in his first two games. In fact, Pukki has scored all four goals scored by the Canaries and he will fancy his chances of adding to that impressive tally against a Chelsea side that has conceded five goals in their first two matches. 1-1

Brighton v Southampton
O’Shea: I think both teams would be happy with a point, which may affect the way the game goes. Southampton were unlucky against Liverpool and will be desperate not to lose again. 1-1
CM: Brighton have not beaten their south-coast rivals in the last five meetings, but this is a great chance for them to end that run. Southampton’s two defeats to start the season means the Saints have not won a league game in seven since beating Wolves 2-1 at St Mary’s in April. 1-0

Man Utd v Crystal Palace
O’Shea: Will be a tough game for United but I think they will scrape it and it’ll be interesting to see if Pogba steps up if United get a penalty. Longer the game goes on the crowd will be on top of united and will make it a bit toxic but just can’t see them not winning. 1-0
CM: Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer’s side have yet to be behind this season and they should be too strong for a Palace side that has yet to score a goal. United look dangerous on the attack and the big question is this – if they are awarded a penalty, who will take it? Palace have not won any of their previous 22 meetings with United. That should become 23 after Saturday. 2-0

Sheffield Utd v Leicester
O’Shea: Decent start for Sheffield Utd but the Premiership is brutal and the quality of players they have can only ride the crest of a wave for so long. I predict a Vardy winner. 0-1
CM: With four points from a possible six, Sheffield United have made the best start of the three newly-promoted sides and they will be confident of taking something from this home game against a Leicester side who have drawn the first two matches. Neither side has scored a first half goal this season. 1-1

Watford v West Ham
O’Shea: Again, I think both teams would be happy with a point. West Ham look very underwhelming despite their new signings and I think they will have a much tougher season than last year when they weren’t very good either. 1-1
CM: Of the four teams without a point, Watford are perhaps the most surprising name on the list after reaching last season’s FA Cup final and finishing 11th. Between them Watford and West Ham have one point and one goal to show for their efforts this season. 1-1

Liverpool v Arsenal
O’Shea: Liverpool have looked vulnerable at the back every game so far and Aubameyang will benefit I believe, but as an Everton fan that may just be pure hope though. I think it’s going to be an all-out counter attacking game. 2-2
CM: The last six league meetings at Anfield have produced 30 goals so we could be in for another goal-fest on Merseyside. Arsenal and Liverpool are the only sides in the Premier League to have a 100 per cent record and you would expect the home side to beat the Gunners and extend their unbeaten home run in the league to 42 games. 3-1

Bournemouth v Man City
O’Shea: City are too strong all over the pitch and it will be a good showing from Bournemouth to keep the score to three. 0-3
CM: Bournemouth have never beaten City in 14 previous league meetings and that should be 15 after Sunday’s meetings. City have already scored seven goals this season and their attacking options should trouble the Cherries at the Vitality Stadium where the home side have only managed one league goal in seven meetings against the defending champions. 0-3

Tottenham v Newcastle
O’Shea: Spurs will be far too strong, and I don’t think we are going to be waiting too long for Newcastle’s board to realise what an awful decision bringing Bruce in was. 3-1
CM: Both sides have conceded the first goal in their opening two games so something will have to give, unless it’s a goalless draw. And there hasn’t been a 0-0 draw in the last 78 meetings dating back to August 1971. Harry Kane and Spurs will inflict more misery on Steve Bruce’s Newcastle. 2-0

Wolves v Burnley
O’Shea: Expectation levels have risen at Wolves and in many ways, they had a very similar season last season to what Burnley did a few years ago. I can see them both cancelling each other out in an entertaining stalemate. 0-0
CM: Burnley know what Wolves are going through juggling Europa League games with their league programme and the Clarets, who were in the Europa League last season, will see this as a chance to take something from Wolves three days after their trip to Torino. Wolves might have to settle for another draw at home. 1-1

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