A correct result (picking a win, draw or defeat) is worth 10 points. The exact score earns 30 points.
Saturday 26 September 2020
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Manchester United, 12.30 pm
The Red Devils were stunned on their return to football and on Home soil, I also expect a tight game from them against Brighton.
Dawgie: In Manchester United last 3 matches of all competitions there have been over 2.5 goals scored.
Crystal Palace vs Everton, 3 pm
These two teams have played exciting football in their first two games and we don’t expect a dull game when they meet but Everton would do just enough to get an away win.
Dawgie: Everton has no losses against Crystal Palace in their most recent matches in all competitions.
West Bromwich Albion vs Chelsea, 5.30 pm
West Brom put in some fight against Everton and even if they do the same against the Blues, I don’t think it would be enough to stop them from a 3rd consecutive premier league loss.
Dawgie: Chelsea has scored 2+ goals in 18 of their last 27 all competitions game.
Burnley vs Southampton, 8 pm
Soton showed what they are capable of when they played Tottenham; they were a bit unlucky too against Palace on Gameweek 1 but this game isn’t where they’ll get their first point of the season
Dawgie: Burnley have not been beaten in 14 of their most recent matches in the premier league
Sunday 27 September 2020
Sheffield United vs Leeds United, 12noon
Sheffield hasn’t played the exciting game we saw last season. On the other hand, Leeds has delivered two games of the week, scoring 7 goals in the process albeit conceding 7 too. However, I feel this game will be down to experience.
Dawgie: Sheffield United have won just 1 of their last 7 matches in all competitions
Tottenham Hotspur vs Newcastle United, 2 pm
The team from the other side of North London showed their capabilities in the attack against Southampton and the addition of Gareth Bale should make it more exciting.
Dawgie: Tottenham has won 5 of their last 6 meetings with Newcastle United in the premier league.
Manchester City vs Leicester, 4.30 pm
Great teams are known to grind out a win even after playing badly which is what the Citizens achieved against Wolves in Gameweek 2. They would want to show clearly (against Leicester) that they need the premier league title back
Dawgie: There have been over 2.5 goals of the latest premier league matches of Man city.
West Ham vs Wolverhampton Wanderers, 7 pm
The Hammers’ are consistently inconsistent which makes this a difficult one to call. But I’d have to give it to the away side that has shown intent in their style of play this season.
Dawgie: Wolves haven’t been defeated by West ham in their last 7 all competitions matches.
Monday 28 September 2020
Fulham vs Aston Villa, 6 pm
Both teams have to put in a lot of effort to avoid the drop at the end of the season and games like this would definitely count.
Dawgie: Aston villa has suffered 3 defeats by 2+ goals in their most recent away matches in the premier league.
Liverpool vs Arsenal, 8.15 pm
I know many Arsenal fans would want to know my prediction. Take nothing away from Klopp and his amazing team that has really been consistent on Home soil and in Europe in the last few years, add Arsenal’s inability to pose a threat in recent years and your guess is as good as mine.
But Arsenal looks a different team now and I give the credit to Mikel Arteta.
The game against the Irons was a game against would have lost this time last year but a lot has changed in the past year and Arsenal is not the team we used to know thanks to the new manager. Having beaten the Reds recently on Home soil and on neutral ground, I feel the Gunners will get a rare away win, Anfield is not the same without the fans; Liverpool may walk alone.
Dawgie: Liverpool has achieved a run of 4 straight wins in the premier league.
That is it Fans! Let’s see who takes the week. COYG!
However, we still had a winner with Dawgie having 3 correct results while Chumsy had 2 correct results and Cuselta had 1.
We thank Dawgie and Cuselta for being part of Gameweek 3.