And here they are….
Everton v Manchester City: 2-1
Peter Reid may disagree with me but I think the curse of Everton will continue for Manchester City at Goodison Park this weekend.
There has been a real doom and gloom around the place since the FA Cup exit to Wigan but putting the final nail in the coffin of City’s title tilt may very well pick The Toffees up for the rest of the season.
Aston Villa v QPR: 0-1
Call me a believer or call me stupid (I know which one you will all probably opt for) but I am starting to get a feeling about QPR.
A win at Villa would see them off the foot of the table out-right this weekend in my eyes and I feel they can do it.
Southampton v Liverpool: 3-2
What is wrong with me this weekend; going against the grain on all the games?
Pochettino has got his side to raise their game for the big clubs since his arrival with their performances against Everton, Manchester United and Manchester City superb and a similar result this weekend could be on the cards even against the in-form Liverpool.
Stoke v West Brom: 1-1
OK taking a breather with the shock results now as my desire to give The Baggies an away victory at The Britannia is being held back.
A score draw will do little to ease any lingering relegation worries for The Potters.
Swansea v Arsenal: 2-1
Let’s heap some more misery on Arsenal hey?
Sure there performance in the Allianz was inspired to a degree but it was allied with that typical FC Bayern arrogance we have come to dislike over the years.
Swansea will give them no such leeway at The Liberty Stadium and without Jack Wilshere this could be reading of the rights moment for Champions League hopes for next season.
Manchester United v Reading: 3-0
I think Reading will now finish bottom of the league after the decision to sack Brian McDermott earlier in the week.
It all starts at Old Trafford this weekend when Eamonn Dolan gets a rude welcome to the world of Premier League football management.
Sunderland v Norwich: 3-1
A vital win for Sunderland could be crucial come the end of the season and I think they will get it leaving Norwich still looking over their shoulders.
Tottenham v Fulham: 4-1
At least Spurs got to rest a few players during their squeaky-bum Europa League second leg at Internazionale.
Martin Jol would love a result at his former stomping ground but an angry Spurs side should be well and truly fired up for this one.
Of course they have Gareth Bale back as well which should help.
Chelsea v West Ham: 2-0
The game between these two London sides earlier in the season was one of the best I wtched on telly this campaign. Momo Diame inspired them that day but Chelsea should be able to deal with The Hammers at Stamford Bridge; mark me down for a Torres goal as well I am feeling lucky.
Wigan v Newcastle: 1-1
Simply put I just cannot see either side winning this game so on something of a hunch I am going to stick with a 1-1 draw.
What are your predictions ahead of the weekend fixtures?
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