Premier League: Gameweek 21 I Know The Score

Villa Park, Aston Villa v Chelsea , Premier League 16/10/2010 James Collins of Aston Villa tangles with Nicolas Anelka of Chelsea Photo Marc Atkins Fotosports International Photo via Newscom

The games are coming up one after another as there are another round of games this weekend. The league continues to be unpredictable and no team has found consistency. Here is a look at the fixtures from this weekend.

Gameweek 21 Picks:
West Bromwich Albion vs. Manchester United
United are performing better and will end their poor run on the road with a victory. Manchester United 3, West Bromwich Albion 1

Liverpool vs. Bolton
Liverpool will play better but Bolton are significantly better than Wolves and will earn a draw. Liverpool 1, Bolton 1

Manchester City vs. Blackpool
City’s depth should help them against an impressive Blackpool side who will make it interesting but City get the win. Manchester City 3, Blackpool 2

Stoke City vs. Everton
Everton have been the hardest to predict and I see them getting another draw against a physical Stoke team. Stoke City 1, Everton 1

Sunderland vs. Blackburn
Sunderland will rebound after two tough losses with a home win against Blackburn. Sunderland 2, Blackburn 0

Tottenham vs. Fulham
Tottenham have been strong at home, while Fulham are locked in the relegation battle. Tottenham 3, Fulham 0

West Ham vs. Wolverhampton
Both teams will want a win, but they are the bottom for a reason as they settle for a draw. West Ham 1, Wolverhampton 1

Birmingham vs. Arsenal
Arsenal will respond from their midweek draw but Birmingham will make it tough, but Arsenal will pull out the result. Arsenal 2, Birmingham 1

Chelsea vs. Aston Villa
As poorly as Chelsea have played recently, Aston Villa have been playing worse. Chelsea 2, Aston Villa 0

Wigan vs. Newcastle
Wigan won’t have N’Zogbia in a classic trap game following their draw against Arsenal. Newcastle should win this one. Newcastle 2, Wigan 0

Last Week: 3-8
Total: 83-107

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