By Gene Oliver
26th August 2016 at 11:56am

The English Premier League returns for it’s third weekend with another plethora of tight clashes certain to make you question your betting selections!

We have enlisted the help of ex-West Ham, 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.

His expert football knowledge and Premier League experience will help you pocket some cash by giving you the best tips ahead of each weekend’s action.

Last time out Gabs didn’t have the greatest weekend with his predictions and, to put it politely, got smashed. So, he’s hoping for a much stronger week and set of easier score lines!


This week, Daniel Gabbidon goes up against Arsenal fan George Brown, @BrownieGB95!

So, let’s dive in. Here’s Daniel Gabbidon’s predictions for the weekend:

Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool

“This is a tough one. Liverpool looked great on the opening weekend but were unable to break down Burnley last week. It’s always a question of what Liverpool turns up? Spurs are solid at home – their defensive record last season speaks for itself. Liverpool seem to be too open at the back and just leak goals. It’s Spurs for me.”

Gabbidon predicts 2-1 .

@BrownieGB95 predicts 1-1.


Watford v Arsenal

“Again, another close call. Watford with a good draw on the opening day and an unlucky late loss to Chelsea last weekend. However, I think Arsenal will get their season running this weekend with their first win. Koscielny and Ozil back in the mix and they have to start somewhere – an away win for me.”

Gabbidon’s going with 1-2.

@BrownieGB95 predicts 1-3.


Chelsea v Burnley

“Burnley with a great win last time out against Liverpool – no one expected that. But, I really don’t see them having enough to hurt Chelsea. Chelsea haven’t properly been at the races yet, but still racking up the wins. Costa and Hazard are both looking in much stronger form than last season too.”

Gabbidon predicts 2-0.

@BrownieGB95 predicts 2-0



Crystal Palace v Bournemouth

“Both teams haven’t started great this season, both with two losses. Bournemouth have had a good transfer window but looks like they still need time to gel. I expect Benteke to go straight into the lineup for Pardew, but will it be enough so soon. I see them cancelling each other out.”

Gabs predicts a 1-1.

@BrownieGB95 predicts 1-0.


Everton v Stoke

“This weekend really is a tough one. I really rate Koeman as a manager, think he’s got a lot going for him. With Lukaku staying as well, looks as if Everton might pick up a bit this season. Hughes has been trying to change the way Stoke play, but has it settled in yet?”

Gabbidon predicts 1-0.

@BrownieGB95 predicts 2-1.


Leicester v Swansea

“I think the Champions will finally get their first win of the season here. They’ve had a good window and it’s about time Vardy opens his account for the season. Musa looks a player as well! Swansea on the other hand haven’t had too great a transfer window and look like they might struggle.”

Danny predicts 2-0.

@BrownieGB95 predicts 1-0.


Southampton v Sunderland

“I just can’t wrap my head around Moyes’ presser the other day, saying the team is in a relegation battle? It’s odd! Not what anyone at the club wants to hear. So’ton to get their first win of the season here. They recycle every season and it always seems to work out. Sunderland notoriously don’t even start playing until the final third of the season, anyway!”

Gabs is going with 2-0.

@BrownieGB95 predicts 3-1.


Hull City v Manchester United

“Hull have done fantastic defying the odds with just 13 fit senior players, two wins on the trot! Saying that, United look like United again. Didn’t expect them to start so strongly, but Ibrahimovic and Pogba both looking great already. Think Hull get their first loss here.”

Gabbidon predicts 0-1.

@BrownieGB95 predicts 0-3.


West Brom v Middlesbrough

“Do we have to predict this one! Again, hard to call. Think the Boro new boys are going to get schooled by old school Pulis this weekend. A West Brom set-piece goal and then shutting up shop. A first defeat of the season for Boro.”

Danny predicts 1-0.

@BrownieGB95 predicts 1-1.



Manchester City v West Ham

“Firstly, I think this would be an entirely different scoreline if West Ham had their full squad available. Saying that, City have started great under Guardiola and are looking like real title contenders. You just know they’ll find a way to score, and you know that man Aguero is going to be involved!”

Gabbidon is going with 1-0.

@BrownieGB95 predicts 2-0.


Who comes out on top this week, our guest or Danny himself?

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