Premier League has passed the half-time phase in a way as we enter Gameweek 20, with no one knowing the eventual outcome for this season. To continue our theme of predicting results for all the game, we bring you Premier League Gameweek 20 Predictions.
Just to boast about our predicting capabilities, we got 8 out of 10 results right last week, so we aren’t that bad actually 🙂
West Ham vs Liverpool: Hammers have ended a barren run of draws after a win in their last game and. Liverpool have been winning game by the odd goal here & there and I expect them to drop points this weekend. Predicted scoreline – West Ham 1 Liverpool 1.
Manchester United vs Swansea: Louis Van Gaal must take a lot of heart out from the game against Chelsea last week and they would look to build on the result and press for a win tonight. Predicted scoreline – Manchester United 2 Swansea 0.
Crystal Palace vs Chelsea: Guus Hiddink knows that his squad is well off the pace at the moment and Palace under Allan Pardrew loves beating the Blues. Not sure about a defeat this weekend, but Chelsea could drop points this weekend. Predicted scoreline – Crystal Palace 2 Chelsea 2.
Arsenal vs Newcastle: Playing at Emirates has been an added advantage Gunners have had in recent weeks and with the majestic Mesut Ozil in their ranks, a win looks the obvious result. Predicted scoreline: Arsenal 3 Newcastle 0.
Watford vs Manchester City: A tough game for City this one as not many have been able to figure out what to do with Watford and Odion Ighalo. Sergio Aguero and David Silva are back but they are not their old selves yet. The Hornets will have a chance against City and this will be a close game for sure. Predicted scoreline Watford 1 Manchester City 2.
Prediction for other games in EPL Gameweek 20
Everton 2 Tottenham 2 – Perhaps the best game of this gameweek, as we will see two young manager and younger squads go at each other. Harry Kane vs Romelu Lukaku, Moussa Dembele vs Ross Barkley and John Stones vs Toby Alderweireld are few battles to look forward to.
West Brom 1 Stoke 2
Leicester 2 Bournemouth 1
Sunderland 0 Aston Villa 0
Norwich 1 Southampton 2
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