Predictions: Arsenal, Liverpool, Spurs & Manc duo backed

Date published: Friday 11th December 2015 12:54

Manchester United: Backed to win at Bournemouth by Mark and Alex

Manchester United: Backed to win at Bournemouth by Mark and Alex

Manchester City, Stoke City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham have been backed to win in the Premier League this weekend.

This season we’re giving you the chance to prove your knowledge in the TEAMtalk Prediction League on SportLobster.

To join our league, go to sportlobster.com/prediction-leagues and insert the code 464ca9.

As well as Mark and some of our other writers, a different band or artist will also be making their predictions each week, giving you the chance to not only beat the TEAMtalk journalists but also some famous faces.

This week, Arsenal fan Alex Brooker, co-host of The Last Leg on Channel 4, takes on the challenge. Alex was recently voted as the second most influential disabled person in Britain.

Week 16 Predictions

Norwich City v Everton: Mark 1-1, Alex 0-2

Crystal Palace v Southampton: Mark 0-1, Alex 1-1

Manchester City v Swansea City: Mark 2-0, Alex 2-0

Sunderland v Watford: Mark 2-2, Alex 0-0

West Ham v Stoke City: Mark 0-1. Alex 1-2

Bournemouth v Manchester United: Mark 0-1, Alex 0-1

Aston Villa v Arsenal: Mark 0-2, Alex 1-3

Liverpool v West Brom: Mark 2-0, Alex 1-0

Tottenham v Newcastle United: Mark 2-0, Alex 2-1

Leicester City v Chelsea: Mark 2-1, Alex 0-3

Last Week

Wretch 32 got six out of 10 predictions correct last week, with our man Mark once again managing only three. ‘Who is Beni’ is overall leader with 346 points, but the guest acts have managed 331 between them to move second.

To join our league, go to sportlobster.com/prediction-leagues and insert the code 464ca9.

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