Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Premier Predictions (Week 29)

Once upon a time I used to post other football stuff as well as Predictions competitions, also used to do a music and general blog.
But my thought processes seemed to have dried up, I really need to make an effort to get my brain out first gear.

Anyway on with the show :)

Week 29 has 7 games on Saturday, and 3 on Sunday before yet another international break.
Difficult week where nearly all the games could go either way, should be good.
Hopefully Leicester will still be celebrating their excellent European win :)

West Brom v Arsenal
C Palace v Watford
Everton v Hull
Stoke v Chelsea
Sunderland v Burnley
West Ham v Leicester
Bournemouth v Swansea

Middlesbrough v Man Utd
Tottenham v Southampton
Man City v Liverpool

Good Luck All :)

20 comments:

  1. Wish I had your confidence bio my form is mirroring my own teams and I think mid table mediocrity will be best I can hope for
    West brom 1 Arsenal 3
    Palace 1 Watford 1
    Everton 1 hull 1
    Stoke 0 Chelsea 2
    Sunderland 0 burnley 1
    West Hamm 2 Leicester 1
    Bournemouth 2 Swansea 1
    Middlesbrough 0 man Utd 1
    Spurs 1 saints 2
    Man city 2 Liverpool 0
    Cheers

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    1. Chin up! Your mid table mediocrity is still more respectable than poor last-wrung Lee's standings.

      Let's hope your Sunderland v Burnley prediction is spot on. ;)

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    2. True and I can't hel frustration just everybody in stands can see what's wrong and Slavs stubborn streak may eventually cost him his job! Got. A gut feeling burnley will win away and that will be the end of moyes
      Cheers

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    3. Hey I'm on a roll 2 weeks unbeaten :)
      As far as the Hammers are concerned it's all a bit depressing, just don't seem to get going and anyone can beat us :(
      That 9 point gap is not enough and we need to win our next 2 games to avoid a nervous end to the season, get Kouyate back in midfield, bring Oxford back, possibly time to rest Mark Noble, give Fernandes a go, and let Antonio play in his best position.
      Praying for a decent performance on Saturday.

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    4. All noble has picked up a mystery injury? Kouyote should be back in middle by ram right back then again Adrian could be playing there? Lol
      Your right need to get some distance between us and the bottom but Leicester are playing again and hull are unbeaten at home since silva took over
      The West Ham way lol
      Cheers

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  2. We are getting old Lee that's the problem mate!

    West Brom v Arsenal 1-3
    C Palace v Watford 2-1
    Everton v Hull 2-0
    Stoke v Chelsea 0-2
    Sunderland v Burnley 1-2
    West Ham v Leicester 0-1
    Bournemouth v Swansea 1-1

    Middlesbrough v Man Utd 0-1
    Tottenham v Southampton 1-1
    Man City v Liverpool 2-1





    cheers Lee





    Longy

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    1. Just come here to do me predictions (again) Worrying! YEP!

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  3. West Brom v Arsenal 1-0
    C Palace v Watford 0-0
    Everton v Hull 1-0
    Stoke v Chelsea 1-2
    Sunderland v Burnley 0-1
    West Ham v Leicester 2-1
    Bournemouth v Swansea 1-0

    Middlesbrough v Man Utd 0-2
    Tottenham v Southampton 2-0
    Man City v Liverpool 2-1

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  4. West Brom v Arsenal 1-1
    C Palace v Watford 2-0
    Everton v Hull 2-0
    Stoke v Chelsea 0-1
    Sunderland v Burnley 1-1
    West Ham v Leicester 1-1 (hopefully 4-0 but being realistic)
    Bournemouth v Swansea 2-2

    Middlesbrough v Man Utd 1-1
    Tottenham v Southampton 2-0
    Man City v Liverpool 1-1

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  5. West Brom v Arsenal 2-0
    C Palace v Watford 1-1
    Everton v Hull 5-0
    Stoke v Chelsea 1-0
    Sunderland v Burnley 1-1
    West Ham v Leicester 1-1
    Bournemouth v Swansea 1-1

    Middlesbrough v Man Utd 0-1
    Tottenham v Southampton 3-0
    Man City v Liverpool 1-0

    The Model

    Model doesn't know about all the new Managers. I'm not telling her as we all got beat last week ;)

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  6. West Brom v Arsenal 0-2
    C Palace v Watford 1-0
    Everton v Hull 3-0
    Stoke v Chelsea 0-2
    Sunderland v Burnley 1-0
    West Ham v Leicester 0-2
    Bournemouth v Swansea 1-0

    Middlesbrough v Man Utd 1-1
    Tottenham v Southampton 3-0
    Man City v Liverpool 1-2

    Lock em in

    Paul

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  7. Hoping there are no more goals in the Baggies Arsenal game now 1-1 will do nicely :)
    Hope the model is correct on the Everton game as the plan is to put Lukaku in for Kane in my fantasy teams.

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    1. Boom...wasn't expecting the goal to go that way

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  8. Point for Bio, Model and Lawro's guest - Model went 2-0 so obviously knows something :)
    Nothing for Arsene Wenger so I reckon the Exit door is getting closer.

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  9. Oh well Leicester get their first away win :(

    Day 1 Scores (7 Games)
    Paul 7, Biopunk 6, Lee 4, Longy 4, Paulo 2, (Lawro 5, Lawro's Guest 5, Paul's Model 3)

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  10. So who expected to see Fellaini starting or even playing for the so called Special one? if it was Allardyce or Moyes the pundits would just be going on about the long ball game.

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  11. cmon Spurs lets make it 3-0 ;) don't want to have to rely on the Liverpool game

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  12. All on the last game :)
    Day 2 Scores so far (9 Games)
    Biopunk 8, Paul 8, Lee 5, Longy 5, Paulo 3, (Lawro 6, Lawro's Guest 6, Paul's Model 5)
    Liverpool win for Paul, City win for Biopunk, 1-1 draw and I get a share :)

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  13. Week 29 Final Scores
    Biopunk 8, Lee 8, Paul 8, Longy 5, Paulo 3, (Lawro 9, Lawro's Guest 6, Paul's Model 5)

    So this weeks winner is .... Lawro (boo) with 9 points
    Competition is shared 3 ways again
    Congrats to Biopunk, Paul and Me :)
    (3rd week on the trot, an actual win must be close?)

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