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2017/18 Premier League Predictions – Week 18

As we edge closer to the busy Christmas period it is time for another article on Premier League predictions, truth be told I have had little time for much else at the moment but with any ongoing series it is no good missing a week out so even if I don’t have time for the previews I can certainly make time for this.

So with that in mind it is time to offer up what I think will happen over the course of this extended weekend

Saturday

Leicester vs Crystal Palace – Leicester Win

Arsenal vs Newcastle – Arsenal Win

Brighton vs Burnley – Draw

Chelsea vs Southampton – Chelsea Win

Stoke vs West Ham – Draw

Watford vs Huddersfield – Watford Win

Manchester City vs Tottenham – Manchester City Win

Sunday

West Brom vs Manchester United – Manchester United Win

Bournemouth vs Liverpool – Liverpool Win

Monday

Everton vs Swansea – Everton Win

The biggest clash of the weekend is without question at the Etihad as Manchester City take on Tottenham, it perhaps does not have the needle that it could have had due to the fact that Mauricio Pochettino’s men suffered something of a November blip but at the same time there is no understating just how important this clash is.

Arsenal will look to bounce back from two away draws on the road when they play host to an out of sorts Newcastle at the Emirates.

Manchester United go to West Brom as Alan Pardew is still looking for his first win as boss of the Baggies, while the club itself has not won in 15 matches.

Plus there are seven other fixtures across the long weekend.

That is what I think will happen over the course of Saturday through to Monday, what do you think will happen. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below and always best of luck if you do follow these predictions. Place your bets now!

 

 

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