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2017/18 Premier League Predictions – Week 25 (Review)

What with there being a full set of midweek matches it will always make for a busy week at RFM towers, add the impending close of the January transfer window also and you can begin to understand just why I am running incredibly late this week. That said I still have a whole host of Premier League Predictions to review, so without further ado here goes.

Tuesday

Swansea vs Arsenal – Arsenal Win NO

West Ham vs Crystal Palace – Draw YES

Huddersfield vs Liverpool – Liverpool Win YES

Wednesday

Chelsea vs Bournemouth – Chelsea Win NO

Everton vs Leicester – Draw NO

Newcastle vs Burnley – Burnley Win NO

Southampton vs Brighton – Southampton Win NO

Manchester City vs West Brom – Man City Win YES

Stoke vs Watford – Draw YES

Tottenham vs Manchester United – Draw NO

Ouch, that does not make for particularly good reading does it? Once again a below average week with only four out of the ten predictions correct, it is fair to say that I like many would have been massively undone by the Chelsea coupon buster.

But at the same time I perhaps should have had more confidence in my beloved Tottenham as they made incredibly light work of Manchester United at Wembley. Looking back the Burnley and Southampton wins that were incorrect did not help, while Arsenal LOL.

As for the maths side of things, just what has that done for the ongoing total for the season, I am now on 123 correct predictions out of 250, giving me a percentage of 49.2%, sliding further away from the respectable break even marker of 50%

However this scenario is still achievable, I just need to get seven out of this coming weekend and all will be good with the world again. That said, seven out of ten is wishful thinking, keep an eye out for another post soon as I offer up what will happen over the course of the next few days.

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