cross wrote: LIVERPOOL V NEWCASTLE (1) correct
BRIGHTON V BURNLEY (X/2) correct
MAN UNITED V LEICESTER(X/2) incorrect
SHEFFIELD V SOUTHAMPTON (OV 1.5) incorrect
TOTTENHAM V C/PALACE (1) correct
WOLVES V CHELSEA (1/X) dont know what happened to the wolves
NORWICH V MAN CITY(OV 2,5) correct
BOURNEMOUTH V EVERTON (X/2)
WATFORD V ARSENAL (2)
A/VILLA V WEST/HAM (2)
Craig Pienaar wrote: Summary for the weekend
Leicester to beat United - get in there you Foxes -
Arsenal, City and Liverpool to win comfortably
Chelsea and Spurs look beatable - not even close...
Hoping the Hammers can pick up 3 points
@cnc's 25-0 and 8-0 were unrealistic and funnily so...
People would have made some money taking the opposite of your picks !!
While i must agree that it does come as a shock with Norwich beating city, i think it makes for interesting reading that last season, City looked unbeatable until Fernandino was out injured. Forward one year, and with Laporte (their best defender) out, and Fernandino not playing, they find themselves in the same situation.... With no Kompany anymore, they clearly need one of these 2 leaders to run and control things at the back...
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