The Premier League is back in action this weekend after some midweek FA Cup replays. It all starts when Brighton host Chelsea in Saturday’s early kickoff. Theo Walcott could make his debut for Everton against West Brom after signing from Arsenal this week. Then on Sunday, Tottenham travel to Southampton and the weekend is rounded off with Liverpool visiting Swansea on Monday night. Here are five bold predictions for all the action.
The Premier League is back this weekend after the third round of the FA Cup was played last week. There’s no early kickoff on Saturday, but Tottenham host Everton in what should be an interesting later game. Bournemouth host Arsenal and Liverpool welcome Manchester City to Anfield in what should be a fantastic Sunday of soccer. Here are five bold predictions for all the action. Liverpool host Manchester City at Anfield in what should be this weekend’s most exciting game.
The Premier League has reached its midway point and so far the season has been extremely entertaining. Manchester City are the runaway leaders in the league while Burnley have surprised everyone with their impressive form. The second half of the season is set to be even more exciting with the Premier League coming to its conclusion in May. However, before we reach that point, we have 10 bold predictions about what will happen in the second half of the season.
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