Wow, what a start to the season. Already I’ve suffered enough heartbreak and disgust after one
game. There’s a couple tastey games this weekend that will have every fan salivating.

Sparknotes: Huddersfield charges towards the UCL, Everton shock the world, Burnley start their attack for relegation.

Saturday

Swansea v. Man U

The Liberty, 7:30am

After suffering last season, this is a good year to be a Red Devil. This should be an easy 3 points for Mourinho’s men. I’ll most likely skip this one for extra zzzz’s. 3-0 Man U.

Southampton v. West Ham

St. Mary’s, 10:00am

West Ham had a miserable week one. The Hammers want a hard reset and if they play their cards right they could get that. It’s a tense locker room for the Saints and now is the time to pounce. 2-1 Southampton.

Saints

Bournemouth v. Watford

Dean Court, 10:00am

Yessssss, two possible relegation sides that will see this game as a must win. These games come down to the manager and their motivation skills. 1-0 Bournemouth.

Liverpool v. Crystal Palace

Anfield, 10:00am

Liverpool needs to have a field day or they’ll have to take a serious look in the mirror. I expect a good one here. Might be a little one sided but still entertaining. 2-0 Liverpool.

Leicester City v. Brighton

King Power, 10:00am

New guys vs the old champs. Leicester totally has the edge here but new clubs always just have a little magic to them. 1-0 Leicester.

Burnley v. West Brom

Turf Moor, 10:00am

My secret love affair with West Brom is no secret. They won’t dissapoint here. Just apply a little bit of elbow grease and grit, BANG three points. 2-0 West Brom.

Soccer - Nationwide League Division One - West Bromwich Albion v Birmingham City
West Bromwich Albion mascot Baggie Bird

Sunday

Huddersfield v. Newcastle

Kirklees, 8:30am

Ah yes, Huddersfield. Whenever I say the name I feel like enjoying some afternoon tea while wearing a three piece suit. In a battle of “new” boys. I do fancy the home team after a strong week 1. 2-0 Huddersfield.

Tottenham v. Chelsea

Northumberland Development, 11:00am

Lads, I just don’t know. This season has the taste of 2015-16. We all knew this would happen, Diego Costa is a wildman. I mean the guy left his national team; there’s no loyalty. Last week’s game was abysmal and this has title implications. 2-1 Chelsea.

Monday

Man City v. Everton

Etihad Stadium, 3:00pm

Monday Night Football!! Love the matchup. Everton has a great matchup of youth and experience, grit and glory. City of course has the money and the manager. 2-0 City.

Diego-Costa

 

 

Frank