Another extended weekend of Premier League action is in the history books and it is one that was not without its drama, namely across the past two evenings as Liverpool and Tottenham played out a sensational draw while Chelsea were made to look very ordinary at Vicarage Road. The question is though just what have those two results done in terms of my predictions, lets take a look shall we
Burnley vs Manchester City – Manchester City Win NO
Bournemouth vs Stoke – Bournemouth Win YES
Brighton vs West Ham – Draw NO
Leicester vs Swansea – Draw YES
Manchester United vs Huddersfield – Manchester United Win YES
West Brom vs Southampton – West Brom Win NO
Arsenal vs Everton – Arsenal Win YES
Crystal Palace vs Newcastle – Crystal Palace Win NO
Liverpool vs Tottenham – Draw YES
Watford vs Chelsea – Chelsea Win NO
As you can see a bang average five out of ten, I needed to get seven correct this week if I was go get back on to exactly 50% for the season, something that was undone by a couple of coupon busters. Those being the fact that Manchester City were held at Turf Moor and the aforementioned hammering that Chelsea were handed last night.
What has that done for the maths though, well because it was five out and ten it means there is actually no change in terms of the percentage for the season, that being at 49.2% once again, while it also means that again I’m going to need seven out of ten correct this weekend to get back to the 50% break even marker.
Just out of the reach at the moment but by no means impossible, if there was not so many coupon busters then I’d be there by now, I guess it just means I need to get my prediction hat back on – I will do so on Thursday when the next raft of predictions are offered up.