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SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table

SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table

One of the main voices at Sky Sports Boxing, Andy Clarke has been ringside for a number of the world’s biggest fights in his role as lead commentator. Before heading to Monte Carlo this weekend for another huge show, Clarke spoke with SportPesa as he gave his Premier League predictions as he takes on our resident tipster, Charlie Mullan in the latest SportPesa Premier League Prediction Table contest.

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Newcastle v Man City

Andy Clarke: City haven’t been themselves at times this season. Newcastle can be stubborn, and I think they’ll get something at home. 2-2

Charlie Mullan: Newcastle won this fixture last 2-1 but I can’t see lightning strike twice and the defending champions should get the win and it could be another close game just like last season’s meeting when Newcastle came from a goal down to win. 1-2

Burnley v Crystal Palace

AC: Palace could do with a win to get their season back on track, but they won’t get it against Burnley. 1-0

CM: Palace have won the last three meetings in the Premier League but with home advantage Sean Dyche’s side should pick up their third win in a row in a low-scoring game. 1-0

Chelsea v West Ham

AC: West Ham are having a disastrous season and playing Chelsea is not ideal when you need a win. Frank Lampard’s men should be far too strong. 4-0

CM: Chelsea will be keen to prove that last week’s reversal at Man City was nothing more than a blip and Frank Lampard’s side should add to the current woes at West Ham who have taken just two points from a possible 21. 2-0

Liverpool v Brighton

AC: If there’s one team in the Premier League you have to back then it’s Liverpool. They’ll be far too strong for Brighton: 5-1

CM: It would be a major shock if Liverpool’s unbeaten home record fell to Brighton who last celebrated victory at Anfield 37 years ago. The Reds won both meeting last season 1-0, but the winning margin should be bigger this time. 3-0

Tottenham v Bournemouth

AC: Jose Mourinho’s appointment at Spurs seems to be going well and they should make it three wins from three with a win over Bournemouth. 2-0

CM: So far in Jose Mourinho’s first two games we have seen 11 goals scored and there could be more goals in this one as he tries to find out his best starting XI. Spurs have no problems scoring goals, but keeping a clean sheet is proving difficult. 2-1

Southampton v Watford

AC: Two sides who need the points, but I think Southampton and Watford may have to be happy with a draw. 1-1

CM: These two sides are in desperate need of a win to help lift them out of the bottom three but it’s hard to look beyond a draw which has been the outcome in the last three league meetings. 1-1

Norwich v Arsenal

AC: I’m going to take Norwich in this one as Arsenal just can’t seem to win. 2-1

CM: If Norwich as brave and go at Arsenal at Carrow Road, they might just get a famous win like the one they got against Manchester City earlier in the season. I can see the Canaries getting a point from this game. 1-1

Wolves v Sheffield United

AC: This looks an even game on paper based on this season’s form so I’m going to say that Sheffield United will get a draw with Wolves. 1-1

CM: Wolves are three points better off at this stage of the season than they were 12 months ago and it’s clear they have got used to playing in the Europa League and they should be able to extend their unbeaten run to nine against the Blades who are looking to go seven unbeaten. 2-2

Leicester v Everton

AC: Two teams going through two totally different seasons. Leicester look superb and I think they’ll really make a statement against Everton. 3-0

CM: A Leicester win could signal the end of Marco Silva’s time in charge of Everton and it’s going to take a big performance from the Toffees to stop the Foxes winning their sixth successive league game. 2-0

Man United v Aston Villa

AC: I have a feeling there’ll be plenty of goals at Old Trafford, but United seem a much stronger side and should get the win. 3-2

CM: Villa haven’t had much luck at Old Trafford in recent meetings with six straight defeats, but this could be a good time to go there and face a United defence who have gone eight games without keeping a clean sheet. 2-2

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