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Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Premier League Prediction Panel - Round 10 wrap

The Tuesday night win for Newcastle was predicted by 70% of our panelists; so onto Wednesday's games.  Liverpool has a seemingly straightforward home game against Portsmouth after the stunning win at Chelsea; Chelsea meanwhile face a tricky trip to this season's surprise package, Hull.  Arsenal are at home to Spurs in tonight's big game; with Villa looking to capitalise on any mistakes by the Gunners at home to Blackburn.  Manchester United need to make up ground and are home to West Ham, Manchester City travel to Middlesbrough and Sunderland are at Stoke.  Two clashes between teams in the bottom half - Everton make the short trip to Bolton, and Fulham play Wigan.

Tuesday, 28 October 2008

Newcastle United vs West Bromwich Albion
The panel reckons that Newcastle will win this one, probably 2-1.

Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur
A week ago this would have been an across the board Arsenal win prediction, now by a narrow majority, 60% of panelists are going for an Arsenal win.

Aston Villa vs Blackburn Rovers
The panel reckons this is a clear Villa win; probably 2-0.

Bolton Wanderers vs Everton
Everton second-half revival at the weekend and Bolton's capitulation at Spurs sees a narrow majority favouring an Everton away win.

Fulham vs Wigan Athletic
The panel reckons this is the closest game of the night, with only a very narrow majority favouring Fulham.

Hull vs Chelsea
Just about everyone is expecting Chelsea to bring Hull's stunning run to an end tonight.

Liverpool vs Portsmouth
The panel is firmly expecting the league leaders, Liverpool, to register another win.

Manchester United vs West Ham United
The vast majority of the panel are expecting a Manchester United home win.

Middlesbrough vs Manchester City
The panel is split, but the majority see a Manchester City win.

Stoke City vs Sunderland
The panel is going for a score draw here - probably 1-1.


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