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Mr Lee’s Weekend Predictions

 

With a number big Premiership teams entering this weekends fixtures off the back of unexpected and embarrassing Carling Cup exits, they will be wanting to bounce back to winning ways.

Here are my predictions:

Arsenal v West Brom

Arsenal currently sit at top of the Premiership League of injuries, though their great form endures despite an ever growing list of crocked players.

Fabregas is out for the next couple of weeks and is expeced to be replaced by Jack Wilshire who was impressive and intrumental in Arsenals mid-week victory over Spurs.

West Brom have had a decent set of results of late,  but do not have the quality to match up to Arsenal.

My prediction: 3-0

Birmingham v Wigan

Wigan have just one win under their belts in the Premiership this season and its hard to see them picking up points away at Birmingham.

Their defensive problems were apparent yet again in their defeat against Manchester City last weekend.

They have never won against Birmingham at St Andrews in seven attempt and this will be extended to eight on saturday for sure.

My prediction: 2-1

Blackpool v Blackburn

Blackpool were the latest team to be on the recieving end of a Chelsea thrashing last weekend and I’em sure they won’t be the last.

They had a decent second half  in which they were unlucky to grab a consolation goal.

I can see this result being a draw.

My prediction: 1-1

Fulham v Everton

Alex Ferguson tipped Everton for a top four finish this season, but right now it is looking unlikely with the Toffees yet secure a win in their Premiership campaign so far.

Fulham’s start to the season has been far more positive and they are currently unbeaten.

Everton have been showing some signs of improvement of late, despite their poor results and I can see this game ending in a draw.

My prediction: 1-1

Liverpool v Sunderland

Things are starting to look rather grim for Liverpool at the moment, having only picked up five points from their first five games and being dumped out of the Carling Cup by League Two club Northampton town.

Steven Gerrard has tried to put on a brave face stating ‘Winning the title, of course, is a possibility because there’s a chance it can happen’ though a top four finish is a more realistic aim.

A win against Sunderland is exactly what is needed to lift spirits once again on Merseyside.

My prediction: 2-1

West Ham v Tottenham

West Ham are still in search of their first Premiership win of the season and will be feeling good after their win in the Carling Cup this week.

I think that the search will have to go on for another week.

My prediction: 0-1

Bolton v Man Utd

Dimitar Berbatov is in stunning form and has finally answered his many critics and been fully embraced by United fans.

Alex Ferguson will be hoping his teams defence can stop leaking goals which has cost them points already this season.

It is difficult to see Bolton coming away with anything from this game.

My prediction: 1-3

Wolves v Aston Villa

Villa have had a nuber of ups and downs so far this season and continue to be somewhat unpredictable in their performances.

Gerard Houllier got off to a good staet with the club in his first game in charge for Villa in the Carling sup this week.

I think this could be a draw.

My prediction: 1-1

Newcastle v Stoke City

Newcastle have had an impressive start to the season and I was suprised when they lost to Blackpool in their last home game.

Both teams had good results in the Carling Cup this week and Newcastle’s win over Chelsea is sure to have given their morale a boost.

I think this will be a home win.

My prediction: 2-0

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