By Gene Oliver
23rd September 2016 at 3:28pm

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.

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 had a good week and came out on top. Can he pick up a run of form and win back-to-back weeks?


Here’s Danny Gabbidon’s predictions for the weekend:


Manchester United v Leicester City

“Manchester United had a poor week last week, with three losses, but got back to winning ways midweek – even if slightly unconvincing. Leicester picking themselves up now, with Algerians Slimani and Mahrez coming into good form.”

@Gabbidon35 – 1-1

@Kingkeir – 1-3


Liverpool v Hull

“If Liverpool keep up their form and the way they’ve been playing, we’ll have a goalfest here. Though, they’re always a bit shaky against lesser teams. If they get the first goal they’ll go on to smash it.”

@Gabbidon35 – 3-0

@Kingkeir – 4-1


Bournemouth v Everton

“Slow and poor start to the season from Bournemouth. Didn’t sign enough in defence in the summer and it’s costing them. Everton looking great under Koeman – it could be a great season for them.”

@Gabbidon35 – 1-2

@Kingkeir – 0-2


Swansea v Manchester City

“Swansea look poor this season, I fear for them. Pressure building on the manager now too. Can’t look past a City win – it’s champagne football from them this season.”

@Gabbidon35 – 0-2

@Kingkeir – 1-1


Stoke City v West Brom

“It’s rough for Stoke. They’re bottom of the league and Hughes is beginning to feel the pressure. They’ve had a wretched start. I think it’ll be a draw here – Pulis always does well against his old clubs.”

@Gabbidon35 – 1-1

@Kingkeir – 1-3


Sunderland v Crystal Palace

“I don’t see Sunderland scoring enough goals here – or anywhere this season. Defoe is just too isolated, I feel sorry for him. Palace on and off, but capable of goals – despite having no defence due to injuries.”

@Gabbidon35 – 1-1

@Kingkeir – 3-0


Middlesbrough v Tottenham

“Spurs with a great start to the season, possibly their best ever? They’re great at setting up for away games with pace on the counter. However, can Janssen step up in Kane’s absence?”

@Gabbidon35 – 0-2

@Kingkeir – 1-0


Arsenal v Chelsea

“Arsenal have found good form and are scoring goals for fun. They have plenty of injuries returning soon too. They have an opportunity to make a statement that they are going for the title this season, will they take it?”

@Gabbidon35 – 2-1

@Kingkeir – 1-2



West Ham v Southampton

“Oh, West Ham. What is there to say? Too many errors, no cohesion, the summer signings yet to impress. It’s a bit all over the place. Southampton have picked up from their poor start and got Austin firing.”

@Gabbidon35 – 1-1

@Kingkeir – 0-4


Burnley v Watford

“Why is this on TV? No one wants to watch this one! Burnley need goals, but Gray and Vokes look short of providing them so far. Watford look like a team that can surprise people this season – good going forward. Deeney and Ighalo can break down any defence.”

@Gabbidon35 – 1-3

@Kingkeir – 1-2


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