Premiership Predictions…

Last time around my predictions fell short, so this week I intend to make amends. Here it goes.
John W Henry (L), new owner of Liverpool Football Club talks to the media, as current chairman Martin Broughton looks on, at the offices of Slaughter and May in the City of London, October 15, 2010. English Premier League club Liverpool finally changed hands on Friday after New England Sports Ventures, owners of Major League Baseball's Boston Red Sox, completed its takeover. The takeover ended a turbulent period for England's most successful club, with the final hurdle only cleared on Friday when a Texas court lifted a temporary restraining order blocking the 300 million pound ($480.8 million) sale. REUTERS/Paul Hackett  (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL BUSINESS SOCCER IMAGES OF THE DAY)Liverpool’s new owner, giving it the ear. Will he be giving it the bigging  come 3pm Sunday?

Saturday

Arsenal vs. Birmingham

A win for the Gunners looks likely but it won’t be all that easy. 2-1

Bolton vs. Stoke

A match made in ‘brutality’ heaven, according to Danny Murphy you’d guess.  1-0

Fulham vs. Tottenham

Spurs meet a side who are very decent at home, and will have one eye on the Champo. 1-1

Man United vs. West Brom

I can’t see a repeat of the Emirates heroics, butit wont be the easiest of wins. 2-0

Newcastle vs. Wigan

I can see a scrappy game but the Toon have found goals this year and this will see them through. 2-1

Wolves vs. West Ham

I’m not sure about either of these teams Premiership quality so a draw seems fair. 2-2

Aston Villa vs. Chelsea

Chelsea to edge this, but Villa are looking better week by week. 0-2

Sunday

Everton vs. Liverpool

‘The biggest derby for years’. Both teams sit in the relegation zone, it will be entertaining. 2-2

Blackpool vs. Man City

City will prove their Premiership credentials with a solid win. 1-3

Monday

Blackburn vs. Sunderland

I fancy Sunderland to edge this one after impressing against the big boys in recent weeks. 1-2


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