Premier League: Gameweek 20 I Know The Score

A Dejected Yaya Toure after his missed attempt on goal Everton 2010/11 Manchester City V Everton (1-2) 20/12/10 Premier League Photo: Robin Parker Fotosports International Photo via Newscom

The Arsenal-Chelsea game is not over, but there are another round of games starting tomorrow. Here is a quick look at the second round of holiday fixtures.

Gameweek 20 Picks:
Manchester City vs. Aston Villa
Manchester City got Tevez going last game with two goals and Villa are still trying to work back some of their injured players. Villa’s defense has struggled and Manchester City will take advantage of the situation and win the game. Manchester City 2, Aston Villa 1

Stoke City vs. Fulham
Fulham have struggled on the road and the Britannia Stadium is not an easy place to play as Stoke get the victory. Stoke City 2, Fulham 0

Sunderland vs. Blackpool
Blackpool will be fresh for this game, but Sunderland will rebound after an underwhelming performance against Manchester United as Gyan and Bent get the goals. Sunderland 2, Blackpool 1

Tottenham vs. Newcastle
Tottenham looked solid as they defeated Aston Villa, but they will be without Jermain Defoe. Newcastle will want to rebound after losing to City, but they won’t find it easy against a Tottenham side that have been superb at home. Tottenham 1, Newcastle 0

West Bromwich Albion vs. Blackburn
This should be a nice contrast of styles. West Brom will pass it around while Blackburn will play a direct style that can cause problems. In the end, the styles will cancel each other out in a draw. West Bromwich Albion 2, Blackburn 2

West Ham vs. Everton
West Ham got a win to get off the bottom of the table, but Everton are fresh and will be too strong and overpower West Ham. Everton 2, West Ham 0

Birmingham vs. Manchester United
Manchester United appear to be improved, but they have to show they can do it on the road. Birmingham have not been as good as last season and United will try to prove their title credentials in this game, and I expect them to succeed. Manchester United 2, Birmingham 1

Chelsea vs. Bolton
This game won’t be easy, but Chelsea have the talent to defeat a solid Bolton side (although it doesn’t seem like it against Arsenal). The return of Frank Lampard could be key as he ignites the offense to a victory. It will be close but they will edge it at home. Chelsea 2, Bolton 1

Wigan vs. Arsenal
Wigan play an open style that is catered towards Arsenal’s passing game. Unless Wigan change their style, Arsenal should steamroll them. Arsenal 2, Wigan 0

Liverpool vs. Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton have continued to struggle and now sit bottom of the table. Liverpool have had their struggles as well, but they should be too much for Wolves. Liverpool 1, Wolverhampton 0

Last Week: 3-4
Total: 80-99

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