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Premier League Predictions | Matchday 31 (half of it, at least)

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scores Arsenal's second against Manchester United

I thought last weekend's set of fixtures was short, but this round of the Premier League is taking the piss - the FA Cup has copied Thanos and snapped away half of the fixtures that were supposed to take place this weekend, leaving what will be a strange-looking table thanks to so many teams having played a different number of games to each other.

Saturday 16th March, 3pm kick-off

Bournemouth 1-0 Newcastle United

The Magpies might've picked up a stunning comeback win last time, but the Cherries have been very good at home this season and should nick a tight game.

Burnley 1-1 Leicester City

The home side have started to slip recently and aren't in great form, but Leicester's recent results are hardly anything to boast about either and the teams will probably cancel each other out.

West Ham United 2-0 Huddersfield Town

I think everyone knows and accepts that Huddersfield aren't surviving this season in the Premier League, leaving the Hammers to pick up a comfortable win.

Sunday 17th March, 2:15pm kick-off

Fulham 1-3 Liverpool

Likewise, Fulham are plummeting for the trapdoor and Liverpool should have little issue swatting them aside to go back to the top of the league (albeit having played one game more than Man City).

Sunday 17th March, 4:30pm kick-off

Everton 1-1 Chelsea

Who knows how this game is going to turn out? Both teams have the kind of form that makes it feel like the footballing gods are flipping a coin to decide the outcome, so I've gone for a draw.


Here's how my predictions for the season so far - including those above - would leave the table looking after this set of fixtures.

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