Friday, 30 March 2012

The Weekend's EPL Match Predictions:


The Weekend's EPL Match Previews:

Saturday (all 15:00pm):
 
Aston Villa vs Chelsea:
My prediction: Chelsea edge out a win, with either Mata, Sturridge and Lamard/Drogba scoring. Villa will work hard, for team-mate Petrov who has been diagnosed WITH leukamia. 

Everton vs West Brom:
Everton comfortably beat a WBA side with a dodgy defence.. 

Fulham vs Norwich:
Could be interesting.... Fulham could win with in-form Dempsey and Pogrebynak scoring, especially as Norwich's top goalscorer, Grant Holt in out with a suspension.

Manchester City vs Sunderland:
City need to beat Sunderland to stay on track for the title this season. Aguero is out, but Silva and Dzeko not to mention Yaya Toure should edge out Sunderland.

QPR vs Arsenal:
7 wins in a row for Arsene Wenger and The Arsenal. 
Next up is QPR who are trying to avoid relegation this season. 
Can they do it? Yes they can. Robin Van Persie to the Rescue?!

Wigan vs Stoke:
Stoke should beat Wigan. Surely?

Wolves vs Bolton:Pray 4 Muamba. Play 4 Muamba. Win 4 Muamba.
Bolton will have Mr. in their thoughts, which should inspire them, especially as he took his picture from hospital on Twitter today. Looks good.
Against Terry Connor's men. Coca-Cola Championship calling?

Sunday:

Newcastle United vs Liverpool: LIVE at 13:30pm
6th vs 7th, could decide the fate of the postions of the two this season.
Demba Ba and international team-mate Papiss Cisse along with Hatem Ben Arfa vs Luis Suarez and Steven Gerrard along with Martin Skrtel.?
Andy Carroll will be upset if he does not score on Sunday against his old club.


Tottenham Hotspur vs Swansea City: LIVE at 16:00pm
Draw. Swansea? Spurs?
I'm in the middle, but you would have thought that Spurs would see off a newly-promoted club!!!


Monday:

Blackburn Rovers vs Manchester United: LIVE at 20:00pm
Another monday match in the Prem. 
3-2 was the score last time. 
United will look to stay 1st place with a thrashing this time.. Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck (pace-setter) and Ryan Giggs (engine) on-form.
De Gea the unsung hero.