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2017/18 Premier League Predictions – Week 27

It is once again time for another raft of Premier League predictions as I offer up what is going to happen at the weekend, the last gameweek saw me record a score of five out of ten which once again means I am annoyingly close to the 50% marker for the season. I need seven out of ten to get there this time around so here is what I think will happen over the course of the extended weekend.

Saturday

Tottenham vs Arsenal – Tottenham Win

West Ham vs Watford – Draw

Stoke vs Brighton – Stoke Win

Swansea vs Burnley – Draw

Everton vs Crystal Palace – Everton Win

Manchester City vs Leicester – Manchester City Win

Sunday

Huddersfield vs Bournemouth – Bournemouth Win

Newcastle vs Manchester United – Manchester United Win

Southampton vs Liverpool – Liverpool Win

Monday

Chelsea vs West Brom – Chelsea Win

Undoubtedly the biggest game of the weekend will be the one between Tottenham and Arsenal at Wembley, can Mauricio Pochettino’s men exact revenge for the defeat at the Emirates back in November, the result could have serious ramifications in the race for the top four.

While the same will be said when Chelsea play West Brom on Monday night, Antonio Conte’s men were embarrassed at the start of the week by Watford and not only is a Champions League spot in danger for the Blues but also the fact that Antonio Conte’s job is looking less and less secure

Manchester City play host to Leicester as they look to edge a step closer to the Premier League title, something that is surely a matter of if not when, while their crosstown rivals United travel to Newcastle a day later.

That is what I think will happen over the next few days, 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!

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