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Blog | Premier League Predictions | Matchday 13


 

The international break is over and real football is back, spread over three days once again - which means it's time for more predictions!


Saturday 24th November, 3pm kick-off

Brighton & Hove Albion 3-2 Leicester City

This could really go either way, but I think there's going to be goals regardless and a narrow win for the home team.


Everton 2-0 Cardiff City

Everton have been pretty decent at home this season, while Cardiff's away form is... not so good. Regulation win here for the Toffees.


Fulham 2-1 Southampton

I think this will be tight, but the 'new manager boost' will instantly provoke articles wondering why Fulham didn't change things sooner.


Manchester United 2-0 Crystal Palace

Both teams have had their struggles this season so far, but I think the home team are just too strong to be overly troubled today.


Watford 1-2 Liverpool

I think we might see a repeat of early season Liverpool here, doing just enough to win a well-fought game.


West Ham United 1-2 Manchester City

One thing Man City do better than most teams is easing themselves back into competition - I don't think they'll take things easy, but won't push too hard either.


Saturday 24th November, 5:30pm kick-off

Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 Chelsea

Ideally, there would be a lot of red cards and both teams being docked points here, but I can unfortunately see Spurs just nicking it.


Sunday 25th November, 1:30pm kick-off

Bournemouth 2-2 Arsenal

Arsenal have drawn four of their last five games and Bournemouth have been pretty decent so far this season - nailed on for an entertaining 'Desmond'.


Sunday 25th November, 4pm kick-off

Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-0 Huddersfield Town

Not really much to say here other than I think Wolves will just be too strong for Huddersfield and will comfortably take the three points.


Monday 26th November, 8pm kick-off

Burnley 1-1 Newcastle United

Two under-performing teams that I can see cancelling each other out in a dull draw.

 

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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