Premier League Predictions: Week 4

11 09 2010

The Premier League returns today after an exciting week of international football. My predictions last week were quite good (even if I say so myself) as I correctly predicted the Blackburn 1-2 Arsenal, Wolves 1-1 Newcastle and Manchester United  3-0 West Ham United scorelines. So, with this in mind, I’m ready to excel myself this week and get four correct scorelines! I’ll settle for just one, though.

[picapp align=”left” wrap=”true” link=”term=the+premier+league+trophy&iid=8752786″ src=”″ width=”234″ height=”354″ /]This week’s fixtures get under way at Goodison Park where Everton host Manchester United. This fixture is usually one of the better ones in the Premier League calendar and you can bet it will be again this season. Reasons for this? Well, Wayne Rooney is never made to feel welcome back on Merseyside and the revelations about his private life last week will fuel the Everton faithful to give Rooney more stick than he usually receives (if that’s possible). How, you may ask? Well, according to a group of Everton fans on Twitter yesterday, there will be a section of the Goodison crowd dressed in Bob Marley wigs ready to sing a rendition of the hit, ‘No Woman, No Cry’. Instead of those lyrics though, expect to hear, ‘No Woman, No Kai’. Harsh, maybe. But original and one of the more amusing football chants we’ve heard for a while. Anyway, enough talk of Wayne Rooney. I shall digress. Below are the fixtures for this weekend.

Saturday, 11 September 2010

Everton v Man Utd, 12:45
Arsenal v Bolton
Fulham v Wolverhampton
Man City v Blackburn
Newcastle v Blackpool
West Brom v Tottenham
West Ham v Chelsea
Wigan v Sunderland

Sunday, 12 September 2010

Birmingham v Liverpool, 16:00

Monday, 13 September 2010

Stoke v Aston Villa, 20:00

Those are the fixtures and there are some cracking looking ones too. Here are the predictions:

Everton 1-1 Man Utd
Arsenal 3-0 Bolton
Fulham 1-0 Wolverhampton
Man City 3-0 Blackburn
Newcastle 2-1 Blackpool
West Brom 0-2 Tottenham
West Ham 0-3 Chelsea
Wigan 1-1 Sunderland

Birmingham 1-1 Liverpool

Stoke 1-0 Aston Villa

There are some difficult ones to predict in there. The stand-out fixture this weekend is the early kick-off at Goodison Park. They are both good footballing teams and it could be difficult to separate the them today.

As always, feel free to leave your predictions below. Here’s to a great weekend of football.





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