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Blog | Premier League Predictions | Matchday 11


Once again, it's another three-day round of fixtures for the Premier League this time out, and so predictions must follow.

Saturday 3rd November, 12:30pm

Bournemouth 1-2 Manchester United

Bournemouth have been doing really well this season and I expect them to push Mourinho's side all the way and just falling short.

Saturday 3rd November, 3pm

Cardiff City 3-2 Leicester City

With what happened last weekend, I can't see how events won't affect the Leicester players and expect Cardiff to take advantage.

Everton 1-0 Brighton & Hove Albion

There really isn't too much to separate these sides, so this is one of those occasions where I think home advantage will clinch it.

Newcastle United 0-2 Watford

Watford look to be over their brief stumble and Newcastle haven't won at home yet - I know there's a first time for everything, but can't see Newcastle winning this.

West Ham United 2-1 Burnley

West Ham might not be that solid of a side, but Burnley are looking very shaky at the back this season and I think the Hammers will just hold on for the win.

Saturday 3rd November, 5:30pm

Arsenal 2-2 Liverpool

In all honesty, this result could really be anything depending on which versions of the two teams show up, so I'm going for a result that splits the points.

Saturday 3rd November, 7:45pm

Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur

Wolves have had a little blip lately and I - annoyingly - expect Tottenham to rack up a comfortable win.

Sunday 4th November, 3pm

Manchester City 4-1 Southampton

Do I really need to explain this? If anything, I'm being generous to Southampton by saying they'll even score.

Sunday 4th November, 4pm

Chelsea 2-1 Crystal Palace

Palace are better away from home this season, but I still can't see them taking anything from Chelsea.

Monday 5th November, 8pm

Huddersfield Town 2-1 Fulham

Two poor teams with terrible defences, so I don't expect a clean sheet, but I do think home advantage will again prove decisive.


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



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