Not as many games this weekend since a couple of bigger clubs played in European Tournaments. This is a big weekend for the middle of the table. Hot take: at least one red card on Saturday.

SPARKNOTES: Chelsea pick up form, West Brom starts playing well, Leicester gets relegated.

Saturday

Crystal Palace v Middlesbrough
Selhurst Stadium, 10:00 am
This game will be a lot like a pub brawl. Not great teams but these fans will be hammered drunk and not concerned about quality soccer. Let’s be honest you have to be blackout to possibly enjoy this. 1-1 (Red Card in the 79th min).

Everton v. Sunderland
Goodison Park, 10:00 am
Everton really is trying to fuck with me. They could EASILY be in the top 5 but just want to be losers. Sunderland is in dead last, Everton need a win to be relevant. 2-1 Everton.

Hull City v. Burnley
KCOM Stadium, 10:00 am
Hull is fighting for their lives. Burnley is just kinda chillin lower half of the table and having fun. So really only one team with something on the line. 2-1 Hull.

West Brom v. Bournemouth
The Hawthorns, 10:00 am
This could be a tastey little game. Sleeper match if you will. West Brom had a nice game last week and I could see them with some swagger in their steps. 2-1 West Brom.

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Chelsea v. Swansea City
Stanford Bridge, 10:00 am
Sure last week I was a little ambious about Chelsea’s goal scoring ability. But hey shit happens. They secure a win at home here. I strongly doubt the Swans have any magic left after their 2-0 last
Weekend. 3-0 Chelsea.

Watford v. West Ham
Vicarage Road, 12:30 pm
West Ham can score goals and Watford can not defend. I want high action and lost of scoring. Last time I predicted West Ham big showing they blew it. Going against my gut. 2-1 Watford.

Sunday

Tottenham v. Stoke City
White Hart Lane, 8:30 am
Actually gonna wake up for this one. Sp*rs have some quality and want to capitalize on how shitty Arsenal are doing. If Stoke can get an early goal this could get real interesting. 2-2 tie.

Leicester City v. Liverpool
King Power Stadium, 3:00 pm
Leicester is gonna suck one here. I know big surprise right! Liverpool finally get 2017 under control. Klopp will be looking for a powerful defensive showing here. 2-0 Liverpool.

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Yes, I will do all I can to help in the demise of Arsenal.

 

 

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