This weekend’s Premier League predictions

Last week, I got 5 results right with one perfect score. It’s now time to predict the scores again. Can I improve on last week’s score?

Chelsea vs West Brom (Sat 1500)

Rafa Benitez has come under pressure after Wednedsay's outburstsource:

Rafa Benitez has come under pressure after Wednedsay’s outburst

How will the Chelsea players respond after Rafa Benitez’s outburst? I think the mood in the Chelsea dressing room is not good at the moment whereas WBA seem to be back on track after a slump. Steve Clarke has a point to prove on returning to Chelsea and I think the Baggies will get something at Stamford Bridge


Everton vs Reading (Sat 1500)

Both teams lost weekend and need to get back on track. Reading are fighting for survival but they could struggle as Everton have only lost once at home all season. Reading have only won once away and I think Everton should have an easy victory


Man United vs Norwich (Sat 1500)

Ryan Giggs could be in line for his 1000th career appearencesource:

Ryan Giggs could be in line for his 1000th career appearence

Norwich are unbeaten in four games but face a major task this weekend. Norwich shocked United in the reverse fixture last November and Fergie will want to put that right. United are expected to rest key names ahead of Tuesday’s match with Real Madrid but they will still have enough quality to see of Norwich.


Southampton vs QPR (Sat 1500)

It’s a relegation fight at St. Marys but you wouldn’t think that with the Saints recent form. Qpr have lost their last two games and need to turn things around quickly. I don’t think that will happen this weekend as last time here, Southampton defeated the champions.


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