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SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table Week 10

SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table Week 10

It’s week 10 of the SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table, and after taking on Robbie Davies Jr last week, our resident tipster, Charlie Mullan, takes on another Liverpool fighter in Tom Farrell. The fanatical Evertonian is busy in training for his November 23rd Merseyside derby with Sean Dodd, but he took time from his schedule to take our Prediction League challenge.

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Southampton v Leicester

Tom Farrell: Leicester are looking alright at the moment and I think they’ll win again at Southampton. 1-2

Charlie Mullan: Southampton have yet to win a Premier League game at home this season while City have only enjoyed success on the road once and that was at Sheffield United. Leicester should get the win in this one. 0-2

Man City v Aston Villa

TF: These are the types of games where you expect City to just go for the kill. 3-0

CM: We all know what happened the last time City played a newly-promoted side when Norwich beat them 3-2. Lessons will have been learned ahead of this game and with the defending champions in no positions to lose further ground on leaders Liverpool, expect a big performance from City. 4-0

Brighton v Everton

TF: My boys got a much-needed win last week and they’ll add to that on Saturday. 1-2

CM: The home team has not lost in the four Premier League meetings between these two sides and that sequence could continue with a draw. Everton’s wait for a first win away from home might have to wait. 1-1

Watford v Bournemouth

TF: Watford were unlucky not to win at Spurs last week, but I still think there’s something missing with them. 2-2

CM: Watford showed signs of improvement in their 1-1 draw at Tottenham last week when they will feel it should have been a win. The Hornets might struggle to back up that performance up at home to Bournemouth who should win their first game in four. 0-2

West Ham v Sheffield Utd

TF: West Ham are pretty much where Everton were a couple of weeks ago and they need a win bad. They should get it. 2-0

CM: Fresh from their 1-0 home win against Arsenal, the Blades head to the London Stadium full of confidence. The Hammers have suffered a dip in form lately, but they should get back to winning ways against Chris Wilder’s side. 1-0

Burnley v Chelsea

TF: It’s all starting to click for Chelsea, and they’ll win again on Saturday. 1-3

CM: Turf Moor is a tough place to go as Chelsea will find out. The Clarets have won their last two at home, but Chelsea have won their last three in the league. Both teams might have to settle for a draw. 2-2

Newcastle v Wolves

TF: This will be a tight game, but I think Wolves will nick it. 1-2

CM: The last time Newcastle played at St James’ Park, they beat Manchester United and facing Wolves after they have played Gent on Thursday night might be a good time to play Nuno Espirito Santo’s side. 1-1

Arsenal v Crystal Palace

TF: Arsenal will want to bounce back after losing to Sheffield United. 3-1

CM: If Arsenal are serious about finishing in the top four, the Gunners cannot afford to drop points, especially at home. Defeat at Sheffield United on Monday night should serve as a wake-up call and the Gunners should just about do enough to beat the Eagles. 2-1

Liverpool v Tottenham

TF: Liverpool are just looking too good even though it hurts me to say it. 2-0

CM: Liverpool showed their fighting qualities at Manchester United last weekend to rescue a point as their unbeaten start to the season continued. What Tottenham side turns up remains to be seen, but if Salah is fit for the Reds, they win. 3-1

Norwich v Manchester United

TF: I’m not big on United this season so I’m going for a Norwich win. 2-1

CM: The last team from Manchester to play at Carrow Road was Manchester City who were sent home with their tails between their legs. This could be another fixture that brings the best out of the Canaries and they will see United, without an away league win in their last eight, as being a team there for the taking. 2-2

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