Friday, 15 September 2017


SPORTNOW.GA Gameweek Five Predictions
Ahead of Gameweek Five of the KwesΓ© Predictor app, delivers his predictions for the weekend's games across the top two divisions of English football.
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Ahead of this weekend's action, reveals his picks for Gameweek Five.
Huddersfield Town vs. Leicester City, Premier League, 16 Sep. 16:00
Huddersfield are enjoying a superb start to the campaign, and you won't find too many tipping them for the drop anymore, even if they were beaten by West Ham United on Monday.
David Wagner clearly wasn't happy with his players after that match - accusing them of not being bold enough - and expect an improvement at home against Leicester City.
Will it be enough of an improvement to get a win against the Foxes? I'm not convinced.'s Prediction: Draw

Liverpool vs. Burnley, Premier League, 16 Sep. 16:00
The Reds have endured a tricky week, after losing Sadio Mane to a red card, being routed by Manchester City, and then being held by Sevilla in midweek.
Defensive frailties are again too prevalent, and Jurgen Klopp may well regret not bolstering his backline during the window.
It will be interesting to see how the leaky Joel Matip-Dejan Lovren combination fare against Chris Wood and Sam Vokes, while Burnley - as they proved away at Tottenham Hotspur - know how to frustrate the big teams.'s Prediction: Liverpool to win by one goal
Watford vs. Manchester City, Premier League, 16 Sep. 16:00
Watford have defied expectations this term to find themselves in the top four after four games, having yet to lose a match.
However, as good as they've been, Manchester City are threatening to find another level going forward, with the attacking unit - notably Kevin De Bruyne and Leroy Sane - getting more and more cohesive with every passing match.
Don't expect the Hornets' undefeated streak to continue beyond this weekend.'s Prediction: City to win by two goals or more
Newcastle United vs. Stoke City, Premier League, 16 Sep. 16:00
Concerns remain about the future of Rafael Bentiez, although in all truth, Newcastle are looking organised and performing better than expected.
Back-to-back wins (and clean sheets) against West Ham and Swansea bode well, and I expect them to keep this run going at home against Stoke.'s Prediction: Newcastle to win by one goal
Brentford vs. Reading, Championship, 16 Sep. 16:00
It's been a miserable start to the season for Brentford, who are yet to win a game and who had to contend with the loss of several key players towards the end of the transfer window.
However, with playoff hangover seemingly persisting for Reading, I'm tipping the Bees to pick up a point.'s Prediction: Draw
Middlesbrough vs. Queens Park Rangers, Championship, 16 Sep. 16:00
Boro have bounced back well from their defeat by Nottingham Forest, going unbeaten in three since, and I expect that run to continue at home against QPR.
Nonetheless, it won't be easy, Ian Holloway's side have also exceeded expectations, even if they will be disappointed to have conceded twice against Millwall in midweek.'s Prediction: Boro to win by one goal
Millwall vs. Leeds United, Championship, 16 Sep. 16:00
Millwall have ridden out the initial storm of promotion to the second tier, and have lost just once in their last four. If they keep this form up, they should steer clear of the drop.
However, Leeds are fast establishing themselves as the division's outstanding side, with Thomas Christiansen implementing his methods effectively and new signings adapting well.'s Prediction: Leeds to win by one goal
Tottenham Hotspur vs. Swansea City, Premier League, 16 Sep. 18:30
Spurs were outstanding in victory over Everton last weekend, and followed that up with an outstanding display against Borussia Dortmund in midweek.
The Swans may be hoping to capitalise on any post-UCL fatigue, but this Tottenham team should be too strong for the Welsh outfit.
Having got the Wembley hoodoo off their back against BVB, expect them to take all three points here.'s Prediction: Spurs to win by two goals or more
Chelsea vs. Arsenal, Premier League, 17 Sep. 14:30
Arsenal may have beaten Koln in midweek, but if their display against Chelsea is anything like their first half against the Germans, then they may be on the wrong end of an unhappy result.
The reigning champions have the bit between their teeth after three consecutive wins in the league, and I can see them making it four here.'s Prediction: Chelsea to win by two goals or more
Manchester United vs. Everton, Premier League, 17 Sep. 17:00
Now seems to be like the ideal time to play Everton, with the Toffees having lost their last three games in all competitions without finding the net.
United may have slipped up last weekend against Stoke City, and they may be without Paul Pogba, but expect them to heap more woe on Ronald Koeman's side.
Sportnow Prediction: Manchester United to win by two goals or more

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