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Hindsight's Premier League Predictions

TEAM SPIRIT: Aston Villa during a pre-match huddle (Photo credit: Ernest Simons)

ANOTHER FASCINATING round of Premier League fixtures kicks-off on Saturday (December 7) with champions Manchester United up against Newcastle United in the lunchtime fixture.

The match of the weekend, however, promises to be Arsenal against Everton. The Gunners, who top the table, will face a vibrant Toffees' side who beat Manchester United at Old Trafford in midweek.


All matches at 3pm unless otherwise stated

Saturday, December 7

Man Utd – Newcastle 12.45
This could be an absolute cracker! The home side are still not at their fluent best but are still eking out positive results. The visitors are in buoyant mood too after a run of good form. Draw.

Crystal Palace – Cardiff
New Palace boss Tony Pulis needs points on the board – and fast. Expect him to get three here at the expense of the South Wales outfit.

Liverpool – West Ham
The loss of Daniel Sturridge is a major blow to the Anfield club’s title and top four aspirations. They will get back on track against a West Ham side who possess a star of the future in twinkled-toed midfield Ravel Morrison.

Southampton – Man City
City don’t travel well and the South Coast club are strong at home. Expect City to end their travel sickness in this fixture. Three more points to the northwest club.

Stoke – Chelsea
Stoke boss Mark Hughes comes up against one of his former clubs. Chelsea are stuttering but are bang in the title race nevertheless. They’ll take more precious points in what should be a feisty encounter.

West Brom – Norwich
West Brom, with the likes of forward Stephane Sessegnon in their ranks, will feel confident that they can stave off the challenge of inconsistent Norwich. Home side take the spoils in the Midlands.

Sunderland – Tottenham 5.30 pm
Sunderland have gained a new manager in Gus Poyet - and confidence as well. Spurs will have to concentrate fully in order to get something out of this match. Draw.

Sunday, December 8

Fulham – Aston Villa 1.30 pm
Villa’s spirit kept them up last term and is likely to do so this. New boss Rene Meulensteen’s appointment might just give the west Londoners a boost. Home win.

Arsenal – Everton 4.00 pm
The Gunners possess Aaron Ramsey while Ross Barkley is Everton’s jewel in the crown. This match is set to illuminate your Sunday. Home win.

Swansea - Hull
Swansea have failed to hit the heights they managed last term. That may have something to do with the injury to key striker Michu, who is pivotal to their game. Three points for the Welsh team.

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