Premier League Prediction – Week 32

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As the end of the season draws ever closer so the points become more important at both ends of the table. Those with something to play for have their wits sharpened, but do they have enough to get enough to achieve their aims at the business end of the season? 

Before exploring this weekend’s fixtures, let us review my predictions from last week. Like the league, points are at stake. Three points for a spot on prediction, one point for the correct outcome and zero points for getting it wrong. 

Southampton 1-1 Hull City (1 point – actual score 0-0)

Stoke City 2-2 West Ham (1 point – actual score 0-0)

Sunderland 1-1 Bournemouth (0 points – actual score 0-1)

West Brom 1-2 Leicester (1 point – actual score 0-1)

Crystal Palace 2-1 Burnley (0 points – actual score 0-2) 

Man Utd 2-1 Swansea (0 points – actual score 1-1)

Everton 2-2 Chelsea (0 points – actual score 0-3)

Middlesbrough 1-3 Man City (0 points – actual score 2-2)

Tottenham 2-1 Arsenal (1 point – actual score 2-0)

Watford 1-1 Liverpool (0 points – actual score 0-1)

Wowsers. Just 4 points. Not even a 50% correct outcome percentage in which to find refuge. That’s bleak. I definitely need to wash that out of the system pretty quickly. 

So to the upcoming fixtures and although I missed the West Ham v Spurs match, I have to count that as zero points anyway as I wouldn’t have said this West Ham side would beat Spurs the way they have played through the season. Here is what I reckon the outcome will be for the other weekend fixtures. 

Man City 2-2 Crystal Palace 

Bournemouth 2-1 Stoke City 

Burnley 2-0 West Brom 

Hull City 2-1 Sunderland 

Leicester 3-1 Watford 

Swansea 1-2 Everton 

Liverpool 1-1 Southampton 

Arsenal 1-1 Man Utd 

Chelsea 4-0 Middlesbrough 

Chelsea should relish the opportunity to take on Boro to further strengthen their pole position. Meanwhile points dropped by United and Arsenal will only underline just how disappointing this season in the league has been for both of them. That of course is if things go as I predict. Will it? Well as ever all we can do is wait and … 

Let’s see how it goes. 

Shalom 

C. L. J. Dryden 

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