The English Premier League is in its fifth week. We bring you this weekend’s prediction. And if you think you can do better, we await your prediction in the comment box below. In this English Premier League Week 5 Predictions, we give you our predictions and betting tips. After playing in midweek, we will see how the top teams will fare this weekend.
This week, we have Chelsea against Arsenal. Manchester United also faces Everton. After winning 6-0 against Qarabag, Chelsea is definitely in high spirits. Manchester United will seek to bounce back against Everton after a 2-2 draw against Stoke City. Everton on it’s own will seek to avoid defeat at most after going down 3-0 to Tottenham in week 4. Read to see our thoughts and English Premier League Week 5 Predictions.
English Premier League Week 5 Predictions
Follow us as we run the rule over this weekend’s games.
Friday, September 15
8 p.m.—Bournemouth vs. Brighton
Bournemouth has lost all 4 games so far. But, if they plan to survive the drop, these are the kind of games they should win. But, since they have managed one goal so far, I’d go for a draw. Tip: 1-1.
Saturday, September 16
12:30 p.m.—Crystal Palace vs. Southampton
Will Roy Hodgson get the Eagles started? With 4 games lost and no goal, it’s going to take some beating. The new manager may want to keep things tight at the back for a start. Tip: 0-0 (Under 1.5)
3 p.m.—West Bromwich Albion vs. West Ham United
The record of 4 GF and 10 GA for West Ham is really disturbing. They have players who can score the odd goal for them but they have to tighten up at the back. Home advantage calls this for me. Tip 1-0.
3 p.m.—Huddersfield Town vs. Leicester City
Leicester has lost 3 games against the big boys but have not been poor really. Losing against Arsenal, Chelsea and Man United isn’t a big crisis. They should have enough to defeat the new boys. I see a goals game here. Tip: 2-3 (GG)
3 p.m.—Liverpool vs. Burnley
These are the types of game Liverpool struggles with. And without the suspended Mane, it’s going to be more difficult. Coutinho may come into the side this weekend and tip the game in Liverpool’s favour. Tip: 2-1 (GG)
3 p.m.—Newcastle United vs. Stoke City
Both teams are separated by the odd 1pt. it is going to be close and not really entertaining though. Tip 1-2.
3 p.m.—Watford vs. Manchester City
Manchester City had an impressive away defeat on Feyenoord on Wednesday. The goal scoring forms on Gabriel Jesus and Sergio Aguero will be too difficult for Marco Silva’s men. Watford is a decent team but just can’t stand Manchester City. Expect De Bruyne to have another good match on Saturday. Tips 1 & Ov 2.5 (3-1)
5:30 p.m.—Tottenham Hotspur vs. Swansea City
Who can stop Harry Kane? After ending his goal drought with 2 goals against Everton, he chipped in another two against Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday. He’s one man who can win you games on his own. Given that the Champions League win over Dortmund was at Wembley, it is enough boost for Spurs. Tip: 4-0, 1 & Ov 2.5.
Sunday, September 17
1:30 p.m.—Chelsea vs. Arsenal
Chelsea are on a 4-game winning streak. They have defeated Tottenham, Everton, Leicester and Qarabag scoring 12 goals and conceding 2. Although Arsenal is a different opposition, Chelsea is the clear favorite to win this game. Chelsea has won Arsenal in the last 5 games at Stamford Bridge. Arsenal has lost 2 games out of 4 in the league already. They defeated Bournemouth 3-0 last time out. But with Hazard back to the fold and the Chelsea bench looking stronger, I see a straight winning for Chelsea. Tip: 3-1, GG, 1X & Ov 2.5.
4 p.m.—Manchester United vs. Everton (2-0)
Sitting top of the table, the Red Devils shouldn’t have much problem winning this game. Everton has lost to Tottenham and Chelsea and managed to draw against City despite being 1 goal up with a man advantage. Add to the fact that Everton has a match on Thursday, the odds are in the Red Devils favour. Tip: 2-0.
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