Premier League Predictions: Arsenal-Chelsea, Liverpool-Manchester United, Birmingham-Reading, Derby-Middlesbrough, Fulham-Newcastle, Manchester City-Bolton, Portsmouth-Tottenham, Sunderland-Aston Villa, West Ham-Everton, Wigan-Blackburn.

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Last week Ed got an improved 7/10 results correct, this week he aims to get back on track and trot out the usual mindless drivel..

Saturday, 15 December 2007

Barclays Premier League

Birmingham 1-1 Reading – Reading will be up for this and I like Ingimarsson and Bikey but Birmingham should be good for at least a point seeing as they’re at home and all that jazz.

Derby 1-0 Middlesbrough – Derby will have a good chance to get three points here – forget all this Boro beat Arsenal guff – Either yesterday’s curry is writhing around my tum or it is my footballing gut instinct kicking in.

Fulham 0-2 Newcastle – The press will have us believe that Newcastle are the worst thing since 1930’s European Dictators, but I know different.

Man City 1-2 Bolton – I’m going for yet another away win here, I think that Man City flatter to deceive and I like Megson and his pugnacious wrecking crew of a team.

Portsmouth 2-0 Tottenham – Portsmouth’s obscenely good attack against Tottenham’s porous defence, I’d be a madman to predict anything but 2-0.

Sunderland 1-0 Aston Villa – A good three points for Keane’s men. Why? They hit rock bottom against Everton and improved against Chelsea, and they are home which will be another boost.

West Ham 1-1 Everton – This is going to be an interesting one, having just played each other midweek both managers will be able to insert their tactical observations into this game, and Curbs will be looking to avenge Yakubu’s late winner.

Wigan 0-2 Blackburn – Derby get all the press, but I think Wigan are actually the worst team in the league – especially with Steve Bruce at the helm.

Sunday, 16 December 2007

Barclays Premier League

Arsenal 1-0 Chelsea – A big, nay massive win for Arsenal, who will get back to their best.

Liverpool 1-2 Man Utd – Another away win and a huge one for United, propelling them and Arsenal away from Chelsea and Liverpool.