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Just four rounds remain in this 2009/10 Premier League season and final positions are starting to become more defined. Two great games bookend a busy Saturday with the Manchester Derby at Eastlands early and Chelsea’s trip to White Hart Lane against Spurs late. Those two matches will have a lot to do with who wins the league and who takes the fourth and final Champions League position. Meanwhile, four of the five clubs closest to relegation have to play away with Burnley, Bolton, Hull and West Ham playing much better teams. Wigan get the unenviable task of playing Arsenal after the Gunners lost in the North London Derby. It’s very possible that the bottom of the table could look exactly the same by the end of the weekend, which would be very bad news for all the clubs involved.

Saturday:
Manchester United @ Manchester City – City
Burnley @ Sunderland – Sunderland
Everton @ Blackburn – Everton
Wolverhampton @ Fulham – Fulham
Hull City @ Birmingham City – Birmingham
Bolton @ Stoke City – Stoke
Chelsea @ Tottenham – Draw

Sunday:
Arsenal @ Wigan – Arsenal
Aston Villa @ Portsmouth – Villa

Monday:
West Ham @ Liverpool – Liverpool

mao’s Challenge Table:
Jereme – 598
mao – 595
Mark – 584
Trey – 572

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
Round 33 – 15 points
Round 34 – 13 points

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5 thoughts on “Premiership Predictions – Round 35

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  2. Manchester United @ Manchester City – draw
    Burnley @ Sunderland – Sunderland
    Everton @ Blackburn – Everton
    Wolverhampton @ Fulham – Fulham
    Hull City @ Birmingham City – Birmingham
    Bolton @ Stoke City – Stoke
    Chelsea @ Tottenham – Chelski

    Sunday:
    Arsenal @ Wigan – Arsenal
    Aston Villa @ Portsmouth – Villa

    Monday:
    West Ham @ Liverpool – Liverpool

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  4. Saturday:
    Manchester United @ Manchester City – United
    Burnley @ Sunderland – sunderland
    Everton @ Blackburn – draw
    Wolverhampton @ Fulham – fulham
    Hull City @ Birmingham City – birmingham
    Bolton @ Stoke City – stoke
    Chelsea @ Tottenham – chels

    Sunday:
    Arsenal @ Wigan – arsenal
    Aston Villa @ Portsmouth – villa

    Monday:
    West Ham @ Liverpool – pool

  5. Saturday:
    Manchester United @ Manchester City – City – Tevez is a freak this year and I think City pull out the win at Eastlands. The second half at Old Trafford earlier this year was one of the best stretches of soccer I have seen and Man U was lucky to escape at home.
    Burnley @ Sunderland – Sunderland – Earlier I was pretty cool on Sunderland but they are too tough for Burnley at home.
    Everton @ Blackburn – Draw – Everton has been on a draw run lately and Rovers are playing well at home.
    Wolverhampton @ Fulham – Wolves – for some reason I really like Mick McCarthy
    Hull City @ Birmingham City – Birmingham – It’s a coin flip between a Blues win and a draw…Heads, so Birmingham get the full points.
    Bolton @ Stoke City – Stoke – Jereme’s Sky Bet Lock of the Week
    Chelsea @ Tottenham – Chelsea – Tough, tough stretch for Spurs.
    Sunday:
    Arsenal @ Wigan – Arsenal – So can anyone else see Man U and Chelsea losing this week and Arsenal once again, be in the title hunt? (then promptly lose to Man City)
    Aston Villa @ Portsmouth – Draw – I don’t trust Villa in April
    Monday:
    West Ham @ Liverpool – Liverpool – Changes are a coming for Liverpool and this season can’t end soon enough.

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