EPL: Matchweek 23

Ryan Liberty returns with his latest round of Premier League predictions, 

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Watford v Tottenham 

Watford look great at the moment while Spurs still look a little fragile. Nigel Pearson has done an incredible job getting the Hornets out of the bottom three – given a couple weeks ago we all relegated Watford to the pits of the Championship. 

This will be a tough game for Spurs, if you’re having a punt go for Watford on the double chance. 

Prediction: 1 – 1 

Arsenal v Sheffield United 

Arsenal come into this without striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang which for me is a massive blow to the Gunnars. Chris Wilder’s side showed they can also get themselves over the line in their victory at West Ham and I think they’ll come away with something here – in fact scratch that, they’ll come away with all three! 

Prediction: 1 – 2 

Brighton v Aston Villa 

Aston Villla got mauled by City last time out, meanwhile Brighton have gone from strength to strength (well at least until you look at their performance last week against Everton) 

This game could go either way, so I’ll back the draw, although I wouldn’t be surprised to Brighton come away with all three on their home patch. 

Prediction: 1 – 1 

Manchester City v C Palace 

Palace have done quite well against City in recent weeks, but it’s hard to see them hold water against this Pep Guardiola side. Palace won’t be as open so it won’t be a thrashing, but I still think City run away with it. 

Prediction: 3 – 1

Norwich v Bournemouth 

I keep waiting for Bournemouth to just turn that corner and bounce back – if you take a look at my Hollywoodbets account it says as much! But it just doesn’t seem to be happening. Norwich are in a good run of form so I’ll back the home win. 

Prediction: 2 – 0 

Southampton v Wolves 

Now this is a game to make money with, you look at this game on paper and surely go for Wolves but what about the run the Saints have put together? 

Danny Ings is scoring for fun, and I reckon they get a tough and hard-fought win at St. Mary’s.

Prediction: 2 – 1

West Ham v Everton 

Two managers who I think will acknowledge the fact that this game will be tough are in the dugout, so I don’t expect this game to shoot the lights out. 

Moyes certainly won’t play expansive football this early into his stint at West Ham and Everton will want to make it scrappy – 1-1 draw for me. 

Prediction: 1 – 1

Newcastle v Chelsea 

Chelsea easily breezed past Burnley and I expect them to do the same here. Back the Blues – easy as that!

Prediction: 1 – 3

Burnley v Leicester 

Leicester seem to have lost a bit of their self-belief in recent weeks and if you thought they were going to challenge for the title (don’t worry so did I) that’s all gone now. 

The Foxes are still a good side and they will fancy a win here, but I reckon we see a reaction from the Clarets which now make this interesting…

Prediction: 2 – 1 

Liverpool v Manchester United 

United were incredible against Liverpool last time out, tactically – dare I say it – Ole got one over Jurgen. 

The reality is that United don’t have the midfield to challenge Liverpool at the moment, and now with Marcus Rashford potentially out I think United could be in trouble. 

I don’t want to dwell on this game – yes, yes brand it “coming from a place of hurt” – back your Champions elect to bag all three. 

Prediction: 2 – 1 

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