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2017/18 Premier League Predictions – Week 26

As the quick as the albeit heavily delayed review of my Week 25 Premier League predictions have come around it is now time to take a look at what I think will happen over the course of the next few days, I best hurry up because kick off at Turf Moor is less than an hour away

Saturday

Burnley vs Manchester City – Manchester City Win

Bournemouth vs Stoke – Bournemouth Win

Brighton vs West Ham – Draw

Leicester vs Swansea – Draw

Manchester United vs Huddersfield – Manchester United Win

West Brom vs Southampton – West Brom Win

Arsenal vs Everton – Arsenal Win

Sunday

Crystal Palace vs Newcastle – Crystal Palace Win

Liverpool vs Tottenham – Draw

Monday

Watford vs Chelsea – Chelsea Win

Undoubtedly the fixture of the weekend is Liverpool playing host to Tottenham, this result could have serious ramifications for the top four as neither side can afford to drop points here, just what will be the fallout from Anfield on Sunday

Not only that though but Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea will be looking to return to winning ways after the trio suffered embarrassing defeats in midweek.

Manchester City’s title charge takes them to Turf Moor as they face Burnley in the Saturday lunchtime kickoff

While West Brom and Southampton square off in what has to be labeled as a six-pointer, could defeat spell the end of Mauricio Pellegrino at St Mary’s

It is desperately tight at the bottom and this will be evident when Brighton and West Ham square off at the AMEX stadium while the same can be said when Crystal Palace play host to Newcastle a day later

That is what I think will happen, what do you think? Please let me know in the comments below, as always best of luck if you do follow these tips. Place your bets now (and quickly)

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