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Blog | Premier League Predictions | Matchday 15


 

No getting caught short this time, and I'm not even going to risk something unexpected stopping this post from going up before the Premier League returns tomorrow night.


Tuesday 4th December, 7:45pm kick-off

Bournemouth 1-0 Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield are going to continue to struggle, especially away from home against a Bournemouth side who will expect to take all three points.


Brighton & Hove Albion 2-1 Crystal Palace

Palace may have won their last game comfortably, but I can see them struggling to get anything at Brighton - it'll be very, very close though.


West Ham United 1-0 Cardiff City

After dismantling Newcastle last time I out, I expect the Hammers to win again although I think Cardiff will make them fight for it.


Tuesday 4th December, 8pm kick-off

Watford 1-3 Manchester City

While I think Watford will give City a fight, but the oil-rich billionaire's play-things will run out comfortable winners in the end.


Wednesday 5th December, 7:45pm kick-off

Burnley 0-2 Liverpool

Liverpool aren't exactly matching last season when it comes to blowing teams away, but will still have more than enough to dispose of a pretty poor Burnley team.


Everton 2-1 Newcastle United

The home side will be gutted at how the Merseyside derby ended and will gain their revenge by beating an ex-Liverpool manager, which might give them some small quantum of solace.


Fulham 2-3 Leicester City

I'm expecting a lot of goals and Fulham are just too bad at the back to turn things around as fast as they'd like - they won't give up though.


Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-2 Chelsea

This is a bit of an out-of-the-blue pick admittedly, but I can just see Wolves doing enough to frustrate Chelsea and drag them further away from the top two.


Wednesday 5th December, 8pm kick-off

Manchester United 1-2 Arsenal

It'll be interesting to see what side Emery picks for this game and if Arsenal can maintain the fantastic intensity they displayed against Spurs, which I hope they can.


Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Southampton

The homeless to bounce back by beating the manager-less.

 

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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