Mystic Mawky – Week Three

Aston Villa 2-1 Cardiff: Home advantage will be the key when Villa take on Cardiff at Villa Park. It will be a tight game but I predict Villa to come out on top.

Chelsea 4-1 West Brom: Stamford Bridge is a tough place to go for any team and wins over Manchester City recently and Schalke in midweek will ensure Chelsea confidence is high, making it all the more tougher for West Brom. Easy Win for Mourinho’s side.

Crystal Palace 0-2 Everton: Having lost their last seven league games and being without a manager, the crisis at Palace continues and Everton should come away from Selhurst Park with a comfortable win.

Liverpool 3-0 Fulham: Fulham are another side struggling for form near the bottom of the league and a bad result here could seal Martin Jol’s fate as manager. Having said that Liverpool should walk it, Suarez and Sturridge will have too much class for Fulham’s defence.

Southampton 1-1 Hull: Two sides who have both overachieved so far this season with both sitting in the top-half of the table. I think this will be a typical mid table clash with both sides cancelling each other out in a boring stalemate.

Norwich 1-0 West Ham: Norwich have struggled so far this season and pressure is growing on manager Chris Hughton, however I can see them pulling off a performance and emerging victorious at Carrow Road.

Tottenham 0-0 Newcastle: A clash at White Hart Lane between two sides who are bad to watch, I can see it being another boring game with both sides cancelling each other out and playing  a game of football chess.

Sunderland 1-3 Manchester City: Despite beating Newcastle in Tyne-Wear derby, Sunderland remain firmly rooted in the relegation zone and Manchester City won’t even have to be at their best to beat them.

Aguero and Manchester City have been scoring for fun.

Aguero and Manchester City have been scoring for fun.

Manchester United 1-1 Arsenal: A game which could go either way, United have underachieved so far this season while Arsenal have been in outstanding form. A trip to Old Trafford will be another test for them and if they win they’ll have proved everyone wrong who said they would falter in November. A win for United will reignite their title challenge. However, I can see the game petering out into a draw as both sides will be desperate not to lose.

Swansea 1-1 Stoke: A standard clash between two sides in the bottom-half, I think struggling Stoke will take a valuable point away from the Liberty Stadium.

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