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Published : 29.08.2013 | Author : admin | Categories : Online Football Betting
Alan Pardew is keen to beat his former club, and fellow interlopers at the top end of the league. While Chelsea attempt to lift the first trophy of Jose Mourinho's second spell in the Carling Cup final this weekend, their league dominance is under threat.
Yet look at the league table and United are back where they should be, and can pressure Arsenal for third spot with a win here, and at Newcastle in midweek. Simon Bird has dusted off his crystal ball to predict the weekend's Premier League results. This year in a more static, lumbering Liverpool team, burdened with more fixtures in the Champions League, and therefore little rest and tactical preparation time in midweek, Gerrard is struggling like the rest of his team.
He has made 628 starts for his only club and scored 184 goals, so sitting out any game is going to be difficult. Arsenal fan Piers Morgan said this week: “At what point do Arsenal fans wake up, smell the cappuccino and say enough.
Villa threw away a point against Southampton, and could end up regretting not holding out for the win. Game of the weekend - second versus third, and a true test of the Saints' top four credentials. RK: You would think this is a winnable game for Sunderland but they looked a really poor side against Leicester. RK: West Brom were so bad against City and Tony will go back to basis this week and would have worked hard on keeping things tight. Every week this column appears on MirrorFootball boasting it knows the results of ALL the Premier League football matches a day BEFORE they happen. Boss Rene Meulensteen has insisted this week that striker Dimitar Berbatov is committed to the cause. Hope is ebbing away at Sunderland and if they lose this one I wonder if morale could ever be restored.

The adrenaline and excitement of being back in the top flight has got them so far this season.
For decades they have seen it as a birth-right to be in the top four, challenging for the title and big honours.
But when the inevitable physical decline comes as these players approach their mid-30s, they become an awkward problem for a manager to deal with. It might be one of these days when Mourinho picks Nemanja Matic and Kurt Zouma or Matic and Ramires as his two central midfielders and let Fabregas play a little further forward. Newcastle were a little fortunate against Southampton and are still searching for a way of playing under Steve McClaren so I think it might take a month or so for them to come together. Norwich were unlucky against Palace and on the basis of what I saw last weekend are the better side. For the price of a click on your computer mouse, you the punter are all free to toddle off to the bookmakers and place money on the results I exclusively reveal here in advance, and CASH IN your winnings on a Sunday evening.
Benched for a UEFA Cup game in Norway, Shearer came down to the mixed zone and openly said he was angry and disappointed. We don’t really know how Leicester are going to play under Claudio Ranieri away from home so this could be quite open. Liverpool are suffering from a few key injuries with Steven Gerrard, out for Christmas, and Daniel Sturridge also missing.
After this game, Norwich travel to Sunderland and host Fulham, two in the bottom three, so now is a good time to hit form and dispose of rivals.
Everton will look to exploit the disgruntled crowd, but are in very average form themselves. Prediction: 1-0 Burnley v Swansea, Saturday, 3pm Sean Dyche is one of the most entertaining managers in the league. Only this week I could be secretly filmed in the Bridge Tavern, Newcastle Quayside, at the North East football writers Christmas drinks do, revealing that I am BRIBED, albeit for an annual salary lower than most of my colleagues, into writing a weekly column of football prophecies.

West Brom are having an awkward season and new signing Stephane Sessegnon is getting flak for poor performances. Beating Liverpool won't be simple, but Brendan Rodgers has been moaning about the quick turn around from their Europa League trip to Besiktas. Prediction: 2-0 Manchester United v Sunderland, Saturday, 3pm Louis van Gaal has yet to convince he has struck on the right formula for Manchester United. Pardew knew most of Southampton's youngsters when he was boss, and says they have emerged as brilliant prospects for English football.
Hull are being re-branded well enough by their entertaining battle in the top flight, and the good football Steve Bruce's side can play. Burnley are the side who have covered the most running distance in the league, and they don't lack spirit either.
Prediction: 2-1 Stoke v Hull, Saturday, 3pm Steve Bruce needs points on the board in the next three games before they meet Chelsea. Every week, we give subscribers to our weekly Mirror Football email (you can sign up here) the chance to take on Simon in a prediction head-to-head. West Ham will need to find goals and are in no sort of good form themselves to be confident. Moyes has to take a big deal of responsibility for taking a group that won the title, and turning them into mid-table ordinary so quickly. City, despite their erratic away form, should win this, confident after disposing of Bayern Munich in midweek, and having notched an incredible 25 goals in their last five home games.
Prediction: 2-1 Newcastle v Aston Villa Amazingly this game is approaching a 52,000 sell out.

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