Graham's Premiership Predictions for 5-6 December 2009

Friday, 4 December 2009 ·

Ok, here goes!  Another busy weekend of Premiership football ahead with the pick being Man City v Chelsea on Saturday and Everton v Tottenham on Sunday.  Can Man City shake off their frailties in defence and prove to the rest of the Premiership they can break into the top four?  Can an injury-ravaged Everton produce another scintillating performance like the one against Liverpool last week and put a dent in Tottenham's top-four ambitions?  Or will Tottenham put Arsenal and Liverpool under pressure and win?
Here then are my Premiership Predictions, the first in a weekly blog.  Feel free to comment or leave your own predictions for this weekend.

Saturday, 5 December 2009
Barclays Premier League
Arsenal  2 v 0 Stoke, 15:00
Aston Villa 1 v 1 Hull, 15:00
Blackburn 1 v 3 Liverpool, 15:00
Man City 0 v 2 Chelsea, 17:30
Portsmouth 1 v 1 Burnley, 12:45
West Ham 1 v 2 Man Utd, 15:00
Wigan 2 v 0 Birmingham, 15:00
Wolverhampton 1 v 2 Bolton, 15:00

Sunday, 6 December 2009
Barclays Premier League
Everton 2 v 2 Tottenham, 16:00
Fulham 0 v 0 Sunderland, 15:00

Despite winning a thrilling encounter with Burnley 5-3, West Ham will struggle against a solid Man Utd.  Despite losing the brilliance of Ronaldo there is still more than enough creativity in this United side to see off a West Ham side confident they can score goals, despite having worries at the back.  I feel that Chelsea are just too good at the moment and I can only see a Chelsea win, especially after the way they defended so expertly against the footballing purity of Arsenal's attack last week.  As for Liverpool, two wins on the bounce will seen the confidence come flooding back into their play.  With Riera back and Torres reportedly as a maybe to start, Blackburn may not be able to cope especially if David Dunn, their only real atacking threat, is injured still.


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