Mystic Mawky – Week Four

Everton 1-1 Liverpool: A closely-fought game at Goodison Park with both teams cancelling each other out in the end, Everton are pretty solid at home and despite Liverpool’s recent good form I just can’t pick a winner!

Arsenal 2-1 Southampton: A good game at the Emirates, which will be close but in the end, Arsenals quality will prevail. Southampton will run them close though and give them a game.

Fulham 1-1 Swansea: Fulham will take a point at home against an average Swansea side. An uneventful draw between two team’s struggling for form. Should Fulham lose, I don’t see how Martin Jol can keep his job.

Martin Jol will be praying star striker Berbatov can dig him out of trouble.

Martin Jol will be praying star striker Berbatov can dig him out of trouble.

Hull 2-1 Crystal Palace: Palace’s woes will continue with their trip to the recently crowned UK City of Culture, Hull will comfortably beat them but they will manage a consolation.

Newcastle 3-1 Norwich: Newcastle will take all three points at St. James’ Park against an underperforming Norwich side who could be in serious trouble if they don’t start picking up points from somewhere.

Stoke 1-1 Sunderland: Two struggling sides meet at the Britannia Stadium and as usual with any game involving Stoke, it won’t be pretty. Forgettable 1-1 draw.

West Ham 1-3 Chelsea: Mourinho’s Chelsea team haven’t set the Premier League alight as many expected, and the honeymoon period for Jose’s second spell in charge is most definitely over. Abramovich is a chairman who demands results but Chelsea should get one here, winning comfortably at Upton Park against a West Ham side who are only above the relegation zone on goal difference.

Manchester City 3-1 Tottenham: Two teams who aren’t quite performing to expectations this season. Having said that City’s forward line is formidable and that will be too much for a Spurs side that have been terrible to watch this season.

Cardiff 0-2 Manchester United: United continue their revival with a tricky trip to South Wales, that being said, I think they will have too much for Cardiff and should win reasonably comfortable with two second half goals.

West Brom 0-0 Aston Villa: One of those mid-table games where both teams cancel each other out and it fizzles into a draw. 0-0 snorefest.

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