It’s that time in the week when the weekend’s Premier League fixtures are on the horizon and fantasy football players are looking to make tweaks to their teams. Before you do, see what the experts have to say about this weekend’s Premiership matches, with one of the most eye-catching matches being Arsenal’s visit to Goodison Park to face Everton on Sunday. The footy journalists are undecided on the outcome of this game, but FootballFanCast.com writer Karl Sears has gone for a home win for the Toffees. You can see the rest of his Premier League predictions here, but if you trust the experts more see their Premiership predictions in full here.
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Football Writers’ Association Predictions – Week 14
1. Steve Bates – 61 (4)
2. Martin Lipton – 61 (5)
3. Shaun Custis – 60 (6)
4. Andy Dunn – 60 (6)
5. Danny Fullbrook – 59 (5)
6. Des Kelly – 59 (1)
7. Glenn Moore – 55 (3)
8. Patrick Barclay -50 (3)
1. Shaun Custis – 6
2. Andy Dunn – 6
3. Danny Fullbrook – 5
4. Martin Lipton – 5
5. Steve Bates – 4
6. Patrick Barclay – 3
7. Glenn Moore – 3
8. Des Kelly – 1
Patrick Barclay (The Times)
Stoke v Liverpool: Point for Pulis, with a little help from the ref?
Des Kelly (Daily Mail)
Newcastle v Fulham: Fulham are the away draw specialists of the Premier League. I’m banking on another.
Shaun Custis (The Sun)
Everton v Arsenal: You just don’t know what Arsenal will come up with at the moment but they have enough quality to win at Goodison.
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Andy Dunn (News of the World)
Man City v Birmingham: If Carlos Tevez fires, it’s tough to see City not getting maximum points from this game – a home banker.
Martin Lipton (The Mirror)
Tottenham v Blackburn: Spurs seem to be suffering from their Euro exertions and Rovers will be looking to turn this into a real physical battle. Sam Allardyce will think he can leave N17 with a crucial point.
Steve Bates (The People)
West Ham v Blackpool: The Hammers’ only chance of survival this season is winning their home games. And if you can’t beat a promoted team like Blackpool on your own patch you don’t deserve to stay up. West Ham to nick it by the odd goal.
Danny Fulbrook (Daily Star)
Chelsea v Sunderland: This should be a walk in the park for the champions
Glenn Moore (The Independent)
Wolves v Bolton: Two improving teams with big wins recently, and who just might cancel each other out.