Premier League Predictions – Gameweek 28

Aakarsh / 01 March 2016

Just 2 days after an intriguing round of Premier League fixtures, UK will once again get ready for another round of top flight games this mid-week and will continue to entertain the fans all around the world.

The nature of this season’s Premier League made it hard to predict the results of the games but like we have done every week, we have come up with the predictions for all the games this weekend.

Here are the predictions for the 28th round of Premier League fixtures:

1. Norwich City vs Chelsea:

The Canaries were solid against Leicester last weekend but Chelsea who are finding some form will be hard to beat. Though Carrow Road will be buzzing, it will be hard for Norwich City to get anything from this game.

Our Prediction: Norwich City 0-3 Chelsea

2. Sunderland vs Crystal Palace:

Palace showed great nerve in their second half effort against the Baggies and similar performance should be good enough to see off any threat the relegation battling Sunderland are capable of posing this mid-week.

Our Prediction: Sunderland 0-2 Crystal Palace

3. West Ham United vs Tottenham Hotspur:

Title-worthy Tottenham travel to a buzzing Upton Park for once last time in a game that will not be easy for both sides. Though the Spurs are expected to win this game, they will find it hard against the Hammers who have shown some great spirit recently.

Our Prediction: West Ham United 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur

4. Leicester City vs West Bromwich Albion:

In the past, Leicester with all their sizzling football have not been able to break sides who are set up defensively and the Baggies are no different. They will not give the Foxes any space in the final third making it hard for them to score freely.

Our Prediction: Leicester City 2-2 West Bromwich Albion

5. AFC Bournemouth vs Southampton:

For all the promise the Cherries have shown this season, they still lack the quality to beat top sides in the Premier League and Southampton is one such side who should take all three points from this mid-week fixture.

Our Prediction: AFC Bournemouth 0-2 Southampton

6. Aston Villa vs Everton:

The break in the weekend will surely help the Toffees who travel to Villa Park this mid-week. For all of Villa’s struggles, this should be a relatively easy game for an inform Merseyside outfit.

Our Prediction: Aston Villa 1-4 Everton

7. Arsenal vs Swansea City:

After the loss at Old Trafford, the Gunners will be pumped up but the Swans have shown that they can be a hard side to beat  in recent times. This fixture might not be as easy as they think for Wenger’s men.

Our Prediction: Arsenal 2-2 Swansea

8. Stocke City vs Newcastle United:

Stoke City have a very well balanced unit that has not been able to play as team this season. However, the Magpies have had their own problems and do not look confident enough to pose any troubles for the Potters this mid-week.

Our Prediction: Stoke City 2-0 Newcastle United.

9. Manchester United vs Watford:

The win against Arsenal wills surely give LVG plenty of confidence but their next fixture against Watford will not be something he will cherish at the moment. Watford have proved hard to beat away from home and will surely take United down to the wire.

Our Prediction: Manchester United 1-1 Watford

10 Liverpool vs Manchester City:

Though City were the better side on the night, Liverpool showed enough fight in the League Cup final. They will get their chance at redemption when City travel to Anfield a game Liverpool will be expected to shade through even if right at the end.

Our Prediction: Liverpool 2-1 Manchester City

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