By Gene Oliver
9th March 2017 at 4:13pm

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 there’s only four Premier League games, but Gabs is still going up against @DeanCronk – who will come out on top?



“HUGE GAME. It’s a must win for Hull at home. They really need to be picking up points at home in their current run-in with teams around them in the table. Swansea had a fantastic win last week and will be high on momentum heading into this. Expecting it to be a good game with both sides really up for it.”

@Gabbidon35 – 2-1

@DeanCronk – 1-2



“Another game with two teams around each other in the league. Both had disappointing defeats last week. Everton have been really at good Goodison Park this season, they’ve made it a fortress! I know from my time under Tony Pulis he’ll be raring the team up to finish as high as possible – no rest for anyone. I think Everton will get the job done though.”

@Gabbidon35 – 2-0

@DeanCronk – 1-0



“A must win for Bournemouth to stay afloat and not drop closer to the relegation zone. A tricky one this. Both sides leak goals but can also score quite freely. West Ham played well on Monday but I’m going with a home win as I think Bournemouth will be up for the fight that bit more.”

@Gabbidon35 – 2-1

@DeanCronk – 1-1



“The question here is, can Burnley do the double over Liverpool? They were so close to their first away win last week but it just wasn’t meant to be. We all know what it’s like with Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool; great against the big sides, struggle to breakdown the smaller teams. With Liverpool pushing tightly for top four, they can’t afford a slip up and I don’t think they will.

@Gabbidon35 – 3-0

@DeanCronk – 2-0


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 at @Marathonbet!

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