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With bad weather and FA Cup games moving the Premier League schedule all about, three more matches will take place mid-week to catch some clubs up with the rest of the league. Each of the six clubs playing mid-week below the top seven and all but Birmingham City are below the top ten. So these matches will go a long way in determining exactly which clubs stay in the Premier League and who take Newcastle’s place down in the Championship.

Tuesday:
Bolton @ Sunderland – Draw
Birmingham City @ Portsmouth – Brum

Wednesday:
Stoke City @ Burnley – Stoke

Note: These games will go on the Round 30 tally

mao’s Challenge Table:
Jereme – 497
mao – 495
Mark – 483
Trey – 477

mao’s Results Thus Far:
Round 1 – 15 points
Round 2 – 9 points
Round 3 – 24 points
Round 4 – 24 points
Round 5 – 21 points
Round 6 – 19 points
Round 7 – 18 points
Round 8 – 14 points
Round 9 – 20 points
Round 10 – 12 points
Round 11 – 21 points
Round 12 – 12 points
Round 13 – 20 points
Round 14 – 12 points
Round 15 – 17 points
Round 16 – 11 points
Round 17 – 16 points
Round 18 – 19 points
Round 19 – 19 points
Round 20 – 27 points
Round 21 – 2 points
Round 22 – 14 points
Round 23 – 24 points
Round 24 – 21 points
Round 25 – 19 points
Round 26 – 14 points
Round 27 – 26 points
Round 28 – 16 points
Round 29 – 9 points

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6 thoughts on “Premiership Predictions – Mid-Week Make-Ups

  1. Tuesday:
    Bolton@ Sunderland – Bolton – Sunderland have had a lot of draw recently so I think they will break that string…with another loss.
    Birmingham City @ Portsmouth – Brum – Pompey won’t beat them two in a row.
    Wednesday:
    Stoke City @ Burnley – Draw – Stoke extends the match to a record 300 minutes when Delap takes a half hour every throw in to dry the ball and position players. However, Burnley holds strong at home and gets a point.

    Mike, looks like this week could cause a shakeup in our standings. I’d be just as effective drawing teams out of a hat trying to figure out these matches.

  2. Yeah, there have been some odd results this year. And the eight or so teams at the bottom are almost completely unpredictable week-to-week. It’s been much harder, in my opinion, to get games right this year as compared to last year even. Then you could at least count on Man United, Liverpool and Chelsea to win almost every game.

  3. Tuesday:
    Bolton @ Sunderland – sunderland
    Birmingham City @ Portsmouth – b’ham

    Wednesday:
    Stoke City @ Burnley – draw

    didnt see results for today, but about to go check

  4. Sure you didn’t. Haha, I believe you. Those were the logical choices, though Jereme didn’t get the Sunderland result right.

    • Yeah, I kind of backed myself into a corner a few weeks ago vowing to never pick Sunderland to win again this year.

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