Predictions: Arsenal to hammer huge nail in Mourinho coffin

Date published: Tuesday 4th December 2018 1:19

The Manchester City and Liverpool juggernauts are tipped to roll on, Tottenham will bounce back, but there’s a disagreement on the huge Man Utd v Arsenal clash – all in the midweek Predictions.

 

Each week our writers take on a different band or artist by making their Premier League predictions each week, while you can join in the fun using the story comment facility (below) or Your Say forum.

Last weekend, Ross McDonald of band of the moment the 1975 took us on – and you can see who came out on top here.

This week, it’s the turn of Jamie of band of Indoor Pets. Here are his thoughts as he takes on our James Marshment

 

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Bournemouth v Huddersfield (Tues, 7.45pm)

Future Pets: 3-1

TEAMtalk: 2-0

 

Brighton v Crystal Palace (Tues, 7.45pm)

Future Pets: 1-1

TEAMtalk: 1-0

 

West Ham v Cardiff (Tues, 7.45pm)

Future Pets: 2-0

TEAMtalk: 2-1

 

Watford v Man City (Tues, 8pm)

Future Pets: 1-5

TEAMtalk: 0-3

 

Burnley v Liverpool (Weds, 7.45pm)

Future Pets: 0-1

TEAMtalk: 0-2

 

Everton v Newcastle (Weds, 7.45pm)

Future Pets: 2-1

TEAMtalk: 2-0

 

Fulham v Leicester (Weds, 7.45pm)

Future Pets: 2-0

TEAMtalk: 1-2

during the Premier League match between Newcastle United and Chelsea FC at St. James Park on August 26, 2018 in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom.

Wolves v Chelsea (Weds, 7.45pm)

Future Pets: 2-2

TEAMtalk: 1-3

 

Man Utd v Arsenal (Weds, 8pm)

Future Pets: 2-1

TEAMtalk: 0-3

 

Tottenham v Southampton (Weds, 8pm)

Future Pets: 3-0

TEAMtalk: 3-0

 

 

TEAMtalk: How did you come to support your club and what are your favourite memories from your time as a fan?

Jamie: My step-dad got me into Man Utd when I was a kid and I’ve been labelled a glory hunter ever since. One of my fondest early memories was beating Arsenal at Old Trafford to end their “Invincibles” run. I thought Rooney was a God!

 

TEAMtalk: Who have been your biggest heroes during your time supporting the club?

Jamie: I was a huge fan of Van Nistelrooy back in the day. He seemed to never run but always bagged a goal. Life Goals. Although it’s blasphemy now, I loved Tevez as well. Just seemed like he was always running and chasing back.

 

TEAMtalk: What do you make of the current team? What are your hopes for the (rest of the) season?

Jamie: At the moment I’m just waiting for the board to either back Mourinho or sack him. At the moment we’re stuck in a limbo where the squad depth isn’t good enough because we’ve blown huge amounts of money of big signings that were probably not essential at the time.

 

TEAMtalk: Everyone has a soft spot for another team. Who’s yours and why?

Jamie: I like Fulham a lot. Whenever I’ve been to Craven Cottage it’s been a pretty relaxed day. Even the diehards are pretty relaxed. None of these testosterone filled shouting fights.

 

 

TEAMtalk: What’s going on with the band/for you as an artist at the moment?

Jamie: We’re currently on an EU tour with Ash for the month. Then gearing up to release our debut album “Be Content” on March 8.

 

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