Porter’s Predictions – Premier League – 28th-30th September 2013

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Updated: September 28, 2013

Some exciting Premier League fixtures this weekend including Tottenham v Chelsea, Hull v West Ham, Swansea v Liverpool, Sunderland v Liverpool and Everton v Newcastle. Here are my predictions for this weekend’s action (Kick-offs at 3pm unless stated).

Saturday

Tottenham v Chelsea (K.O. 12:45pm) – This is bound to be a close game as it has been in recent history. Tottenham and Chelsea have both had reasonable starts to the season but they are both failing to score a high amount of goals in games considering some of the opponents they have played. This match sees the apprentice vs the master. AVB vs Mourinho and I think Jose will defeat his old assistant at White Hart Lane.

Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea

Aston Villa v Manchester City – Surprisingly, City have only managed to pick up one point away from home this season. Their current form in the Premier League though makes home field advantage for Villa irrelevant. This should be an easy win for City with Aguero finding the score sheet again.

Aston Villa 1-3 Manchester City

Fulham v Cardiff – With no real progress by Fulham since the opening day of the season, I wouldn’t be surprised if anyone claimed that Cardiff was the favourites to win this tie. Fulham know they’re playing below average, so maybe they’ll step up in front of a home crowd. Draw is on

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Fulham 1-1 Cardiff

Hull v West Ham – West Ham scored in the Premier League last weekend for the first time since the opening day and I think they’ll do the same this weekend. However, Hull’s midfield is looking good with Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore connecting. I think this game ends in a draw as well.

Hull 1-1 West Ham

Manchester United v West Brom – After a disappointing performance against Manchester City, David Moyes will be hoping his side bounces back when they play West Brom at Old Trafford. Wayne Rooney has shown he can get the goals in Robin van Persie’s absence so a win should easily be obtained for United.

Manchester United 3-0 West Brom

Southampton v Crystal Palace – The drought of goals for Rickie Lambert and David Osvaldo will be over this weekend when they take on Crystal Palace. Clean sheet could be possible too as Palace haven’t scored in their last two Premier League fixtures. Easy win for Southampton.

Southampton 2-0 Crystal Palace

Swansea v Arsenal (K.O. 5:45pm) – Arsenal will be looking to win five games in a row when they meet Swansea this Saturday. They are injury stricken even worse than what they were last week as Theo Walcott now joins the injury list. Still, Ozil is having a massive impact on Arsenal’s ball movement. Swansea are still looking for that first home win and I think they’re going to have to wait a little longer.

Swansea 1-3 Arsenal

Sunday

Stoke v Norwich (K.O. 1:30pm) – It should be a close contest between Stoke and Norwich as the result in the last three fixtures have been 1-0 wins to whichever side was the home team. Norwich are yet to win a Premier League game after falling behind and Stoke still haven’t been beaten at home this season, so I’m going to stick with the stats and say Stoke will win this game by that famous 1-0 score line.

Stoke 1-0 Norwich

Sunderland v Liverpool – Life without Di Canio begins for Sunderland, I think I can hear some fans rejoicing from Chelmsford! Any who, Sunderland will be looking to get out of the relegation zone ASAP and they can do this weekend if they win against Liverpool and results go their way. Sadly, with the absence of Steven Fletcher from the Sunderland squad and the return of Luis Suarez to Liverpool, I don’t think they can pick up any points. Liverpool will be hoping a win here can spring step them back up the table.

Sunderland 0-3 Liverpool

Monday

Everton v Newcastle – Everton remain the only undefeated side in the Premier League and they’ll be looking to keep it that way when they face Newcastle on Monday. Back to back wins puts Everton in good form entering this tie, whereas Newcastle are rebuilding because of an embarrassing 3-2 defeat at home to Hull. Everton are yet to concede at home too but I think that run will end with Loic Remy finding the net again.

Everton 3-1 Newcastle

RECAP:

Saturday

Tottenham 1-2 Chelsea
Aston Villa 1-3 Manchester City
Fulham 1-1 Cardiff
Hull 1-1 West Ham
Manchester United 3-0 West Brom
Southampton 2-0 Crystal Palace
Swansea 1-3 Arsenal

Sunday

Stoke 1-0 Norwich
Sunderland 0-3 Liverpool

Monday

Everton 3-1 Newcastle

 

What do you think of Porter’s Predictions? Leave your own predictions in the comments section below.

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