Luke Kenz’s Premier League Predictions: Week 29

Luke Kenz’s Premier League Predictions: Week 29
Mar 2, 2018

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Burnley v Everton (12.30pm)

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A team that can’t buy a win vs. a team that can’t win away from home. A team that won’t go down vs. a team that won’t go down. So, Sky decide it’s a good idea to put it on TV. I, for one, won’t be watching this horror show. This has all the ingredients of a long ball festival and I’ll be amazed if a defender doesn’t score.
Luke Predicts: 1-1

Leicester v Bournemouth (3pm)

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I will certainly be putting both teams to score in my accumulator with this game. Two attacking teams who have a mistake in them, more Bournemouth. I think Leicester will edge this game as I don’t believe Bournemouth have the defensive capabilities to handle Jamie Vardy.
Luke Predicts: 2-1

Southampton v Stoke (3pm)

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One of the great mysteries of this season is how on earth Pellegrino is still in charge of Southampton with their position in the table. Stoke, on the other hand, were unlucky to get a win against Leicester last week. You’d think eventually Southampton will start winning but I’ve been thinking that since October. It’ll no doubt be a close game and for that reason, I’m going for a draw.
Luke Predicts: 1-1

Swansea v West Ham (3pm)

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This week’s fixtures list could easily just end up with all draw’s couldn’t it? It’s one big transcript of mediocrity. West Ham have looked shaky on the road recently and Swansea have lost one game in their last twelve in all competitions. I fancy the Ayew brothers, especially Jordan to run West Ham’s back line ragged and ultimately get the win.
Luke Predicts: 2-0

Tottenham v Huddersfield (3pm)

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This game will only go one way, won’t it? Spurs at home against a side who to be fair to them are in a decent run of form. Not only that, they’re Aaron Mooyless who is a huge figure in the way Huddersfield want to play. Side note. I’m a big fan of Steve Mounie, wish thee Orn’s signed him in the summer.
Luke Predicts: 3-1

Watford v West Brom (3pm)

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Watford are much better defensively under Javi Gracia and look to win their third straight home match against a West Brom side who are more interested in stealing Taxi’s and arguing with Alan Pardew. West Brom have been horrendous away from home and I support Watford, which mean one thing, an away win.
Luke Predicts: 0-1

Liverpool v Newcastle (5:30pm)

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I’m only tuning into this game to see what player’s celebration Sadio Mané will copy this time around. Mané up against Yedlin and Salah up against Dummett. It could be an absolute battering. Equally, this is a sort of game that Liverpool could just not turn up in, a Benítez masterclass but without former Liverpool legend Jonjo Shelvey, I don’t think that will happen. Put your house on Dwight Gayle scoring first for Newcastle and them going onto lose 4-1, It just seems like it happens frequently with these lot. Joselu is the second worst player in the league, by the way, Cuco Matina has that crown.
Luke Predicts: 4-1

Brighton v Arsenal (1:30pm)

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Brighton will be licking their lips at the prospect of Arsenal coming to the Amex after the week they’ve had. Imagine getting decimated by City and then having to travel to Brighton to face Glenn Murray and Pascal Gross? Some would say the best combination since Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Di Caprio started teaming up. Some would also say that Arsenal’s biggest goal threat is Lewis Dunk, the own goal specialist. All jokes aside I think Arsenal will get back to winning ways here, It’s just what they do.
Luke Predicts: 1-2

Manchester City v Chelsea (4pm)

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Finally, the only good game of the weekend. You get the feeling with Chelsea that they’re on edge and City could just hit these lot for six, but unfortunately, I don’t see that happening. I think City will run out comfortable winners just because they will handle Hazard, and once you’ve done that, you’ve effectively got nothing to worry about. My word Leroy Sané’s goal against Arsenal was a thing of beauty wasn’t it? Just hand them the trophy for the next five years.
Luke Predicts: 2-0

Crystal Palace v Manchester United (8pm)

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Good to see Monday Night football has handed us with this very exciting fixture. A Crystal Palace side who are without their best player in Zaha and a Manchester United side who are about as entertaining as a drop in match on Pro Clubs. I do fear for this Palace defence up against Lukaku though, he’ll be proper confident in getting a few here.
Luke Predicts: 0-3

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