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2019/20 Premier League Predictions - Week 5

2019/20 Premier League Predictions – Week 5

2019/20 Premier League Predictions – Week 5

With the international break now behind us, it is time to focus once again on all things Premier League and that more importantly means another raft of predictions from yours truly. Now before the break I got a mid-table five out of ten,

Which means I am now at just 17 out of 40 in terms of predictions, must do better etc etc. In terms of strike rate, I’m at 42.5% and although we are hovering just above the relegation zone, there is still plenty of time to turn things around.

With that mind, here are my offerings over the course of this extended Premier League weekend.


Liverpool vs Newcastle – Liverpool Win

Manchester United vs Leicester – Manchester United Win

Brighton vs Burnley – Brighton Win

Sheffield United vs Southampton – Draw

Tottenham vs Crystal Palace – Tottenham Win

Wolves vs Chelsea – Draw

Norwich vs Manchester City – Manchester City Win


Bournemouth vs Everton – Everton Win

Watford vs Arsenal – Arsenal Win (although new manager bounce anyone?)


Aston Villa vs West Ham – Aston Villa Win

Also if you are looking at some goals, then these four matches could be for you consideration in terms of both teams to score – I should also mention that all four picks were spot on last week – that’s 12 picks correct from the last 12 and 13 out of 16 for the season. Maybe I should just focus on this in future?

Bournemouth vs Everton – 55.26% chance, you can back at 1.60
Manchester United vs Leicester – 56.19%, you can back at 1.74
Norwich vs Manchester City – 54.66%, you can back at 1.76
Watford vs Arsenal – 60.16%, you can back at 1.52

That’s what I think will happen this weekend, more importantly what do you think will be the outcomes. If you are brave enough to leave your opinions, then feel free to let me know in the comments below. Hopefully I can build on the solid benchmark of last week, time will tell if that proves to be the case.

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