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Interesting weekend in the Premier League as injuries, title chances, relegation battles and more take center stage. The massive Chelsea-Man United match early on Saturday will be dampened, at least from United’s perspective, by the loss of Wayne Rooney for most of the rest of the season. The winner of that match, if there is one, will take first place. Arsenal are much luckier than United in that they get a trip to Wolverhampton after their injury pile-up in the Champions League mid-week. Cesc Fàbregas, Andrei Arshavin and William Gallas will all be out after re-aggravating injuries in the unbelievable 2-2 draw with Barcelona. Elsewhere, Tottenham will travel to Sunderland and Manchester City to Burnley, both with hopes of finishing the season in fourth place. At the bottom, Hull City go to Stoke, as mentioned, Burnley host City and West Ham take on Everton. A victory for any of those three clubs totally changes the landscape in the relegation zone. Losses and draws likely keep the status quo.

Saturday:
Chelsea @ Manchester United – United
Wolverhampton @ Arsenal – Arsenal
Tottenham @ Sunderland – Spurs
Aston Villa @ Bolton – Villa
Blackburn @ Portsmouth – Pompey
Hull City @ Stoke City – Stoke
Manchester City @ Burnley – City

Sunday:
Wigan @ Fulham – Wigan
Liverpool @ Birmingham City – Liverpool
West Ham @ Everton – Everton

mao’s Challenge Table:
mao – 567
Jereme – 565
Mark – 556
Trey – 532

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
Round 30 – 25 points
Round 31 – 20 points
Round 32 – 27 points

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4 thoughts on “Premiership Predictions – Round 33

  1. Chelsea @ Manchester United – Chelski
    Wolverhampton @ Arsenal – Arsenal
    Tottenham @ Sunderland – Spurs
    Aston Villa @ Bolton – Villa
    Blackburn @ Portsmouth – Pompey
    Hull City @ Stoke City – Stoke
    Manchester City @ Burnley – City

    Sunday:
    Wigan @ Fulham – fulham
    Liverpool @ Birmingham City – Liverpool
    West Ham @ Everton – Everton

  2. Saturday:
    Chelsea @ Manchester United – united
    Wolverhampton @ Arsenal – arsenal
    Tottenham @ Sunderland – spurs
    Aston Villa @ Bolton – villa
    Blackburn @ Portsmouth – blackburn
    Hull City @ Stoke City – stoke
    Manchester City @ Burnley – city

    Sunday:
    Wigan @ Fulham – draw
    Liverpool @ Birmingham City – pool
    West Ham @ Everton – everton

  3. Saturday:
    Chelsea @ Manchester United – I’ll pick a draw…just for Arsenal’s razor slim title hopes. I think United is better but they are coming off a tough mid-week match.
    Wolverhampton @ Arsenal – Arsenal – could easily be a draw with injuries to Gallas and Cesc (I don’t count Arshavin since he barely keeps the ball in the stadium when shooting at goal) but they will gut one out this week.
    Tottenham @ Sunderland – Spurs
    Aston Villa @ Bolton – Draw – Villa is in their typical end of season form.
    Blackburn @ Portsmouth – Pompey – Pompey has been tough even though they know they are going to be relegated.
    Hull City @ Stoke City – Stoke
    Manchester City @ Burnley – City – City likes to draw on the road but they are too close to that CL spot to choke now.
    Sunday:
    Wigan @ Fulham – Fulham – Wigan is desperate but not very good away from home.
    Liverpool @ Birmingham City – Draw – None of the other top teams can win at Brum so why should Liverpool.
    West Ham @ Everton – Everton

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