Charlie’s – ‘Un Lawro like’ Premier League Predictions

by Charlie Coffey

Friday, February 5th, 2010
 

Saturday

Bolton v Fulham, 15:00

On paper this one isn’t likely to rock your world, but think of the new signings: For Bolton Jack Wilshire and Vladimir (two of the most exciting prospects in English football) and Stefano Okaka for Fulham.

Charlie says: 2-1 to Bolton


Burnley v West Ham, 15:00

Burnley are without a win in the Premier League since October, and new manager Brian Laws has suffered 4 straight defeats. West Ham are buoyed by the signing of three new strikers and could well batter them.

Charlie says: 0-3 to West Ham


Hull v Man City, 15:00

City played poorly last weekend despite their win against Pompey, and Hull will be full of confidence after their performance against Chelsea, but City are the fresher team and have the stronger squad. Vieira is back.

Charlie says: 1-3 to Man City


Liverpool v Everton, 12:45

As the old saying goes: anything can happen in a local derby. Liverpool are at home but have had a mare this season and have lost Torres, Benayoun and Johnson to injury. Everton are on the up and could nick this one.

Charlie says: 0-1 to Everton


Man Utd v Portsmouth, 3.00

Oh Dear. There couldn’t be a worse time for Pompey to face United at Old Trafford. Rooney is on fire and could wreak havoc on Grants skeletal squad.

Charlie says: 4-0 to United


Stoke v Blackburn, 15:00

Blackburn travel to ‘Fortress Britannia’ to potentially face their new signing Asmir Begovic aka “the best young keeper in the country” according to Tony Pulis. Blackburn have been inconsistent as of late and may well lose.

Charlie says: 2-0 to Stoke


Sunderland v Wigan, 15:00

Although Sunderland are the home team they have been struggling recently to say the least. Wigan’s new signing Victor Moses will b looking to capitalise on their flapping back door on his Premier League debut.

Charlie says: 1-3 to Wigan


Tottenham v Aston Villa, 17:30

The fixture of the day.  Who has the cohones to step up and show their ‘big four’ credentials. If it were Villa at home I’d have backed them but at the Lane I’m going for a score draw.

Charlie says: 3-3


Sunday

Birmingham v Wolverhampton, 13:30

A fiery Brum derby, as they all are. However Birmingham’s form has been much better than that of Wolves, who were beaten by lowly Notts. County in the cup. Birmingham will capitalise.

Charlie says: 2-0 to Birmingham


Chelsea v Arsenal, 16:00

Chelsea have stuttered recently, Arsenal were embarrassed by Man Utd last weekend. Who will escape this one with their pride intact? On the evidence of the corresponding fixture which Arsenal lost 3-0, Chelsea.

Charlie says: 2-1 to Arsenal

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