The CrowdScores EPL Weekend preview – (30th November-2nd December)

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Friday 30th November – Sunday 2nd December

Cardiff City v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Cardiff form: LWLLW

Wolves form:LDLLL

Last Meeting: Cardiff 0 Wolves 1  (6th April 2018)

Cardiff only just narrowly lost to Everton after their win against Brighton, so they should have some confidence. Wolves haven’t won in 5 games and are looking slightly shaky, especially against Huddersfield.

CrowdScores predicts: Narrow Wolves win

Crystal Palace v Burnley

Crystal Palace form: DLLLD

Burnley form: LDLLL

Last Meeting: Palace 1 Burnley 0 (13th January 2018)

Both teams are on poor winless streaks, Crystal Palace haven’t won in all competitions in 8 games, however they have faced four of the top six teams in that period. Burnley recently lost to strugglers, Newcastle, which is cause for concern.

CrowdScores predicts: Draw

Huddersfield Town v Brighton & Hove Albion

Huddersfield form: WDWLL

Brighton form:  DLLWW

Last Meeting: Brighton 1 Huddersfield 1 (7th April 2018)

Huddersfield are on decent form, unbeaten in 3 games, which took them out of the relegation zone. Brighton have drawn the previous game after losing 2 in a row which leaves them in a comfortable 12th position.

CrowdScores Predicts: Draw

Leicester City v Watford

Leicester form: DDDWD

Watford form: LDLWW

Last Meeting: Leicester 2 Watford 0 (20th January 2018)

Watford and Leicester are next to each other in the Premier League table in 9th & 10th respectively. A win for either team could mean that they could jump to 7th if results go their way.

CrowdScores predicts: Leicester win

Manchester City v Bournemouth

Man City form: DWWWW

Bournemouth form: LLLWW

Last Meeting: Man City 4 Bournemouth 0 (23rd December 2017)

Both teams have strikers who are in top form. Manchester City have Aguero & Raheem Sterling who have 8 & 7 goals respectively. Callum Wilson is also on a golden boot charge for Bournemouth with 6 goals.

CrowdScores predicts: Man City win.

Newcastle United v West Ham United

Newcastle form: WWWDL

West Ham form:  LDWLD

Last Meeting: West Ham 2 Newcastle 3 (23rd December 2017)

Winner takes all for this match. Both teams are both on 12 points and the winners will have some breathing space between them both. Newcastle come into this game the form team.

CrowdScores predicts: Newcastle Win

Southampton v Manchester United

Southampton form: DLDLD

Man United form: WDLWW

Last Meeting: Man Utd 0 Southampton 0

Martial seems to be the only goal threat for United at the moment with 6 goals. Danny Ings looks set to miss out this game with the next top goalscorer, Stuart Armstrong only with 2 goals to his account.

CrowdScores predicts: Man Utd win

Chelsea v Fulham

Chelsea Form: WLDWW

Fulham Form: WLLLL

Last Meeting: Fulham 1 Chelsea 3 (1st March 2014)

Fulham are looking a better organised unit under Ranieri’s first game, beating SOuthampton. Chelsea felt defeat for the first time this season against Spurs in a 3-1 defeat. However, they would be feeling better after a strong win in the Europa League.

CrowdScores predicts: Chelsea win

Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur

Arsenal form: WWDDD

Spurs form: WWWWW

Last Meeting: Spurs 1 Arsenal 0 (10th February 2018)

Since losing to Man. City, Spurs have won the following six games, including breaking Chelsea’s defeatless season. Arsenal have one of the top goalscorers in Aubameyang & Lacazette which will definitely cause troubles to the Tottenham defence.

CrowdScores predicts: Arsenal win

Liverpool v Everton

Liverpool form: LWWLD

Everton form: WDWWL

Last Meeting: Everton 0 Liverpool 0 (7th April 2018)

Liverpool will be disappointed in their Champion League performance with a 2-1 defeat to PSG, and hope to bounce back with a win against Everton. Everton have one of the players of the season, Richarlison in top form. He has got got 6 goals so far this season.

CrowdScores predicts: Liverpool win


 

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