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By Gene Oliver
10th February 2017 at 4:46pm

The English Premier League comes back around again this weekend with another plethora of tight clashes certain to make you question your betting selections!

We have enlisted the help of former Crystal Palace, Cardiff City and Premier League legend Daniel Gabbidon to help us predict the results for each week’s games for the entire season.

This week Gabs is going up against Twitter user @GameOfThrowIns – who will come out on top?

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ARSENAL V HULL

“A must win for Arsenal to get back on track after a poor couple of weeks. With Elneny coming back too, they’ll have at least one midfielder! Hull have been doing really well lately under Marco Silva, but I don’t see them stopping Arsenal.”

@Gabbidon35 – 2-0

@GameofThrowIns – 0-0

 

STOKE V CRYSTAL PALACE

“A tricky one to call. Palace haven’t looked great, but they’ve got the players that can turn up on any given day and beat anyone.. Stoke very hot and cold lately.”

@Gabbidon35 – 2-1

@GameofThrowIns – 1-1

 

MANCHESTER UNITED V WATFORD

“United in astounding form with 15 league games unbeaten now, but still a must win for them against Watford. Closing in on the top four, they can’t slip up now.”

@Gabbidon35 – 2-0

@GameofThrowIns – 2-0

 

MIDDLESBROUGH V EVERTON

“Middlesbrough in bad, bad form – slowly slipping into the relegation battle. Everton looking quite the opposite and are in good form. Scoring plenty at the same time, too.

@Gabbidon35 – 0-2

@GameofThrowIns – 0-2

 

WEST HAM V WEST BROM

“West Ham building up some good home form – momentum on their side. Though, they do look quite Carroll-dependent. May struggle if he’s out.”

@Gabbidon35 – 1-1

@GameofThrowIns – 1-2

 

SUNDERLAND V SOUTHAMPTON

“Moyes will look at this as a great opportunity to pick up another three points. An amazing win last weekend, his side will have confidence within them. Southampton falling into poor form and in need of a victory.”

@Gabbidon35 – 2-2

@GameofThrowIns – 1-0

Netherlands' Arjen Robben (left) and Wales' Danny Gabbidon battle for the ball during the International friendly match between The Netherlands and Wales on June 4, 2014 at the Amsterdam Arena in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

LIVERPOOL V TOTTENHAM

“For the sake of the league, we might all be hoping Spurs win this one. Always good away from home and keeping out goals. Liverpool in desperate need of a win, without one in 2017 so far. But, Klopp does love a big game.”

@Gabbidon35 – 0-1

@GameofThrowIns – 1-3

 

BURNLEY V CHELSEA

“Burnley are the masters at home! This’ll be a great game and test for Dyche and his side. Can they halt Chelsea? Think Burnley will frustrate them but not so sure they can get anything from this one.”

@Gabbidon35 – 0-1

@GameofThrowIns – 0-0

 

SWANSEA V LEICESTER

“A big cliche six pointer! Looking forward to this one. Swansea in good form under Clement and are turning things around bestthey can. Leicester just look lost – Ranieri doesn’t know his best side and on top of it, he has no individual performers this season.”

@Gabbidon35 – 2-1

@GameofThrowIns – 2-1

 

BOURNEMOUTH V MANCHESTER CITY

“Bournemouth getting closer and closer to joining in on the relegation battle. Testing times for Howe’s men. Man City looking much better again and that attacking force is in full flow – and they’re enjoying their new addition. If I was in the Bournemouth defence I wouldn’t be sleeping pretty ahead of this.”

@Gabbidon35 – 1-2

@GameofThrowIns – 0-3

 

For all the latest markets and odds on Premier League, or if you fancy going with either of our predictors’ scorelines, head to marathonbet.co.uk. Get involved and tell us your predictions over @Marathonbet!

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