Looking at our next 10 EPL Fixtures - where will the wins/points come from and how many points from a possible of 30 will we achieve ?

Thu 27 Jan

Tottenham (A)

Sun 31 Jan

West Ham (A)

Wed 3 Feb

Liverpool (H)

Sun 7 Feb

Man City (H)

Sat 13 Feb

Leicester (A)

Sat 20 Feb

Neverton (H)

Sat 27 Feb

Sheffield United (A)

Sat 6 Mar

Fulham (H)

Sat 13 Mar

Wolves (A)

Sat 20 Mar

Chelsea (H)

I dare some of you brave people to begin predicting those fixtures results cos I'll be damned if I will lol

3 Answers

  • Favourite answer

    i don't know man, not saying i don't think we'll win games, i think we'll do pretty well maybe great, but i don't know where those wins  prob loses and maybe draws will come from, do you reckon many people would have anything like correctly predicted our results thus far?...i doubt that very much, what i will say is some of that weight and pressure will be off somewhat, another thing is Thiago is similar to Curtis Jones, an AM  not a DM as he appears to be doing...

    Btw they said in the game he was Brasilian, when he was born in Italy and plays for Spanish national side...go figure..


  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    21 points at most.

  • 1 month ago

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