Ryan Liberty returns with his latest round of Premier League predictions,
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Chelsea v Tottenham
This is a massive game for both Chelsea and Tottenham, it’ll be interesting to see Jose once again return to Stamford Bridge but I’m not sure it’s going to be a happy visit.
I’m going to just go with Chelsea here, they look to be the better side and with Spurs going into the fixture without Harry Kane or Son Heung Min I can’t see how the Coys manage a result.
Don’t get me wrong though, a draw or a Spurs win (with Mourinho running down the touchline) would make me a very happy chappy…but I just can’t objectively see it happening.
|Burnley v Bournemouth||1-1|
|C Palace v Newcastle||2-0|
|Sheffield United v Brighton||1-0|
|Southampton v Aston Villa||2-1|
|Leicester City v Manchester City||2-3|
|Manchester United v Watford||1-0|
|Wolves v Norwich||2-0|
|Arsenal v Everton||2-2|
|Liverpool v West Ham||4-0|