Premiership Football – Saturday/Saturday Predictions!

Quiet, these men are "professionals," insofar as Europeans are professional at anything in particular, in fact, it's remarkable that any of them hold what we obnoxious Americans would refer to as a "job."

This weeks predictions:

Birmingham V Chelsea

With nine games unbeaten, Birmingham are on a impressive streak, but Drogba and the like are just too strong. Even without Anelka and Essien Chelsea are carving out wins, and with there African contingent heading to Angola next week, I think they will want to leave there mark before exiting stage left.

Prediction: Birmingham 1 – 3 Chelsea

Fulham V Tottenham

Fulham are in fine fettle, last weeks convincing three nil win over Utd proved that. They are difficult to beat at Craven Cottage, although Spurs have been playing some dazzling football of late. I think there will be goals a plenty, but Fulham will edge it.

Prediction: Fulham 3-2 Tottenham

Man City V Stoke City
Chaos off the field at Eastlands, Mancini took over the reigns this week after the disgusting handling of Hughes dismissal. It has left some players, namely Bellamy and Given, with a bad taste in there mouth; Spurs might be making a bid for Bellamy  when the transfer window opens in January. They are a good team though, with oodles of talent, and now would be a good time to show it. Stoke have only won one of there last seven games and have to lowest tally of goals in the league.

Prediction: Man City 2 – 1 Stoke City

Sunderland V Everton

Everton have a long list of injury worries, the lastest being Jack Rodwell, who is out for a month. They have won only one of there last eleven games. Steve Bruce’s Black cats have been sterling at home, but haven’t taken many points recently, I think they will take the Toffee’s on this meeting though.

Prediction: Sunderland 2-1 Everton

Liverpool V Wolves

Liverpool are going to prove just to strong for Wolves in this encounter. Although Benitez has come under fire lately, and The Reds need to change there season desperately.. now! Torres and Gerrard need to re-ignite there partnership and this could be a real confidence boost if they win this one; and they will.

Prediction: Liverpool 3 – 1

Arsenal V Aston Villa

Arsenal have capitalized on Chelsea and Man Utd recent league hiccups and this should be a fair old tussle between Arsenals fluid passing and movement and Villas cutting edge braking attacks. Both teams score goals with ease, Arsenal are the divisions leading scorers with 44. I think it will be a score draw.

Prediction: Arsenal 2 – 2 Aston Villa

Hull V Man Utd

Although Man U have defensive woes, they will be slightly eased with the fact Vidic, Rafael and Giggs expected back. Last week at Craven Cottage was a shock , Utd are just too strong for Phil Browns Hull, can’t see the Tiger breaking down Utd and even scoring

Prediction: Hull 0 – 3 Man Utd

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