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SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table – Week 5

SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table – Week 5

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The SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table is back after the international break, and our resident tipster, Charlie Mullan, is aiming to maintain his perfect start to the season with yet another dominant victory. So far this season, Charlie has resisted the threat of Michael Conlan, Jazza Dickens, O’Shea, and Anthony Crolla, and this incredible beginning to the season has ensured that there’s a huge target on his back.

Aiming to take Charlie down this week is Reality TV star, Greg Lake. The fanatical Newcastle United supporter found fame on hit show, Geordie Shore, and being a lifelong football fan, Lake believes he has what it takes to defeat SportPesa’s prediction expert.

Liverpool v Newcastle

Greg Lake: It’s not nice to go against my home side, but we’re going to Liverpool when they’re looking brilliant at the moment. I think we’ll suffer this weekend. 3-1

Charlie Mullan: Expect the Reds to extend their winning league run to 14 against the Magpies who won 1-0 at Tottenham in their last away game. Liverpool won the corresponding fixture 4-0 and it could be just as emphatic this time as the league leaders look to go five points clear of Manchester City for a few hours anyway. 3-0

Brighton v Burnley

GL: If these two teams were playing last season then I reckon it would’ve been a boring draw, but I think Ashley Barnes will tip it in Burnley’s favour. 0-2

CM: Brighton haven’t won since their opening day win over Watford and that will remain the case after this weekend when Burnley are the visitors to the Amex Stadium. Burnley won both meetings with the Seagulls last season, but they might have to settle for a point. 1-1

Man Utd v Leicester

GL: This is a game that can go either way and I’m finding it hard to make a prediction. I’m going to say Leicester will just nick it. 1-2

CM: United’s inability to keep clean sheets last season has not been addressed and they face a Leicester side with just one clean sheet in United’s last 19 games. With Jamie Vardy back among the goals, Leicester know the fear factor of playing at the Theatre of Dreams has gone. Harry Maguire’s first game for United against the Foxes could end in a score draw. 2-2

Sheffield Utd v Southampton

GL: I’m very impressed with what I’ve seen of Sheffield United in recent years and their manager, Chris Wilder, is someone I like a lot. I think they’ll fancy this and get the job done. 2-0

CM: The Blades are the best-placed of the three newly-promoted sides with five points taken from their first four matches. Their never-say-die attitude was evident coming from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at Chelsea. Southampton won their last away game 2-0 at Brighton but they might leave Bramall Lane empty-handed. 1-0

Tottenham v C Palace

GL: It’s not been the best start for Spurs this season, but you expect it all to fall into place for them sooner rather than later. They should be too strong for Palace. 3-1

CM: So far this season Tottenham have dropped seven points from their opening four games which could end up costing them a place in the top four and the visit of Palace could see them drop more points. The Eagles have won their last two games with Jordan Ayew opening the scoring in both those games. 2-2

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Wolves v Chelsea

GL: Wolves might do enough to win this against a very young Chelsea side, but I think it’ll be an entertaining game and it’ll finish a draw. 1-1

CM: This will be Wolves’ first league game this season not to be played on a Sunday, three days after a Europa League tie which should help get their first league win of the season by beating the Blues. Chelsea lost to Wolves at Stamford Bridge last season and it could be a similar story this weekend as Frank Lampard’s side’s defensive weaknesses get highlighted once again. 2-1

Norwich v Man City

GL: Norwich have been a breath of fresh air so far and they are a team that love to attack all the time. The problem with that approach is that they leave too many gaps and City will definitely exploit that. 1-5

CM: Norwich have lost their last two as they come to terms with promotion to the top flight. Home advantage might not help them against the defending champions who have already scored 14 goals in their first four matches and in their sights, they have the Canaries who are the first team this season to conceded 10 goals. 1-4

Bournemouth v Everton

GL: Everton have spent a lot of money on their side in recent years and it doesn’t look like it’s clicked at the moment. There are some positive signs that they’re getting it right and I think they’ll edge this. 1-2

CM: The good news for Bournemouth is that they have scored in all four matches this season. The bad news is that so have their opponents. Callum Wilson has found the net in their last three games and he will be hunting for more goals against an Everton side that has leaked four goals in their last two matches. 1-1

Watford v Arsenal

GL: Arsenal will enjoy their trip to Vicarage Road. Even though Watford have got a new manager in, I still think Arsenal will be too strong. 1-3

CM: Quique Sanchez Flores returns as Watford manager aiming to build on the point the Hornets gained at Newcastle in Javier Gracia’s last game in charge. Arsenal won both league games against Flores’ Watford 3-0 and 4-0 during the 2015/16 season and a similar result could be on the cards for the returning boss. 0-3

Aston Villa v West Ham

GL: Sometimes you see a fixture and the result just stands out. Aston Villa and West ham is one of those games and I definitely believe that it’ll finish a draw. 1-1

CM: Sebastian Haller is making a name for himself at West Ham with three goals in his last two games, and he will hope to score in three matches against Villa, who beat Everton 2-0 in their last home game. If Villa are to stay up, taking points from their home games will be crucial. They could take a point from this fixture. 1-1

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