Huddersfield vs Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham seem to be enjoying their away from Wembley form as they haven’t dropped a point away from home this season. They are expected to get the better of a fighting Huddersfield team who has had a good start to BPL life.
Bournemouth vs Leicester
Both teams arguably shouldn’t have lost last weekend. Bournemouth was leading Everton with a few minutes to go and lost, while Vardy missed an equaliser from the penalty spot against Liverpool. This weekend, both should share points.
Manchester United vs Crystal Palace
This is the battle of a title contender on peak form versus a relegation contender yet to score a goal in six games, much less win a point. To put it simply, this match should play out to the form books, with United steamrolling their opponents.
Stoke City vs Southampton
Stoke will seek to return to winning ways at home after being beat down by Chelsea last week, while Southampton seek to prove that they’re better than results so far have shown. Both teams should battle to a share of the spoils.
West Brom vs Watford
The battle for mid-table supremacy will likely end in a goalless draw. Both teams are solid and should cancel each other out.
West Ham vs Swansea City
Bilić will seek to release some much needed pressure given the money spent in the summer. Swansea is a team that can pull off a surprise on their day, but the Hammers should edge this tie.
Chelsea vs Manchester City
This will be a battle of title contenders and the result from this one could be crucial already. City is firing on all cylinders, and Chelsea has been in form after their opening week hiccup. City has a few injury concerns, namely Aguero and Mendy. This should be a very close fixture with City creating more chances, but the home team nicking the three points in the end.
Arsenal vs Brighton
Arsenal are expected to maintain their good form so far against a Brighton side that is getting used to top flight football. The Gunners should run out winners in this early Sunday kickoff.
Everton vs Burnley
Burnley has been a surprise package this season, pulling off impressive away results against Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool. They have turned around last season’s road form and, as such, will pull off a surprise victory against an Everton team that looks in flux both domestically and in Europe
Newcastle vs Liverpool
Rafa Benitez hosts his former employers at St. James’ Park. Liverpool is normally free- scoring but always contrives to concede. Both teams will share the spoils in this fixture.
A summary of Ryan Lawson’s week seven predictions. Good luck!
|Manchester United||Crystal Palace||3-0|
|West Ham||Swansea City||2-1|