Premier League Gameweek 27 Predictions


Premier League is fast heading towards its rightful finale as we enter Gameweek 27. This week’s showpiece game comes from Old Trafford where Manchester United vs Arsenal renew their famous rivalry. Ahead of a crucial weekend of action, we take a look at Premier League Gameweek 27 Predictions.

One notable information for our readers, Liverpool vs Everton and Newcastle vs Manchester City fixtures have been postponed amid the Capital One Cup final between the two sides.

Premier League Gameweek 27 Predictions

Manchester United vs Arsenal – Louis Van Gaal may have seen his youngsters put 5 pass Midtjylland, but come this Sunday, reality will hit them in the face.  A thorough Arsenal would exploit United’s defensive woes and score more than 2 goals. Predicted Scoreline – Manchester United 1 Arsenal 3.

Southampton vs Chelsea – A five star performance in the FA Cup has once again raised hopes of a Chelsea revival this season. Real answer to those claims will come this weekend when they go against Saints, who have kept 6 clean sheets in a row. Predicted Scoreline – Southampton 0 Chelsea 1.

Premier League Gameweek 27 Predictions

Tottenham vs Swansea – At this point, there is no stopping the Spurs and their march towards the top of Premier League table. Swansea will not pose a great threat to Maurcio Pochettino’s young and energetic side. Predicted Scoreline – Tottenham 2 Swansea 0.

Leicester vs Norwich – Claudio Ranieri will have to ensure his players aren’t still feeling the effects of that Arsenal defeat. Norwich will come as the next opponents and only a win would ensure them the favorite tag for this season’s title. Predicted Scoreline – Leicester 2 Norwich 0.

Premier League Gameweek 27 Predictions for the remaining games

West Ham 2 Sunderland 1 – Black cats have been playing well, but this test could be a bigger one to pass.

Stoke 3 Aston Villa 1 – Stoke are getting back to their early-season form and seeing Villa’s struggles, it is almost a foregone conclusion.

Watford 1 Bournemouth 0

West Brom 1 Crystal Palace 1

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