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Premier League: Round 32 Predictions

It's fair to say my strong run of Predictor form is over, after a disappointing 3/10 in Round 31. However, like Newcastle, I'll be looking to bounce back strongly this weekend and hopefully the fact that there's only 8 games will make things less painful for us all.

The reason for there only being 8 games is due to the FA Cup semi-finals taking place this weekend at Wembley! I can't see City losing but Brighton v Manchester United should be a great game and I'm leaning towards the Seagulls...

Here are my predictions for Round 32 of the Premier League Predictor. Feel free to leave your own in the comments.



Arsenal vs. Southampton

Arsenal's dropped points in recent away games may well cost them the title but they'll be just fine here I think. They're strong at the Emirates. Southampton aren't. Prediction: Arsenal 3-0 Southampton

Fulham vs. Leeds

After Fulham ended their losing streak last weekend while Leeds got absolutely battered again, it's hard to pick anything other than a home win here. Though I think it'll be a lot closer than Leeds' recent home results. Prediction: Fulham 2-1 Leeds

Brentford vs. Aston Villa

There's certainly a chance Brentford find some form and manage a result here but it feels far more likely that Villa continue their excellent run. Emery teams are always fairly solid which means when they build an unbeaten run like this, it feels far more sustainable than it may do for some other sides. With Watkins in such good form in attack, I'm backing Villa for all 3 points rather than just the 1. Prediction: Brentford 1-3 Aston Villa

Crystal Palace vs. Everton

Palace and Hodgson continued their stroll to safety with another win last week and this is a fixture they'll fancy too. I'm a little worried for Everton after they failed to win last week - their run of fixtures looks quite tough now. Prediction: Crystal Palace 2-0 Everton

Leicester vs. Wolves

Leicester and Dean Smith need to win this one with it being his first home game in charge and I'm going to back the Foxes for a 'bounce' and three points. They were never going to win last weekend and I'm sure their fans were aware of that so there should be a good atmosphere here for a far more winnable fixture. Prediction: Leicester 2-1 Wolves

Liverpool vs. Nottingham Forest

Forest don't tend to get hammered so I think they'll avoid the kind of result we've seen Liverpool hand out a few times this season but they also don't tend to win, particularly away from home, so I'm going with a comfortable Liverpool victory. Prediction: Liverpool 2-0 Nottingham Forest

Bournemouth vs. West Ham

This is a tricky one as both teams have been on the up of late with Bournemouth's results particularly impressive. West Ham managed another good win in the Europa Conference League on Thursday but it's hard to tell if playing that midweek game will help or hinder them here. At home, Bournemouth have only lost to City and Brighton in 2023 who are both very good sides so I think I'm going to go with the Cherries. Prediction: Bournemouth 1-0 West Ham

Newcastle vs. Tottenham

This would be a relatively tough pick if it was being played at Spurs but at St James' Park I'm fairly confident of a Newcastle win. Spurs have been struggling on the road for a while and with so much at stake here in terms of a top four place, the stadium is going to be bouncing and Newcastle will be very hard to stop. Prediction: Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

Good luck with your own predictions!





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7 home wins?
21 Apr 08:20
4,009 caps
Arsenal 1- 2 Southampton at halftime.
21 Apr 19:58
4,009 caps
Arsenal need to remove their heads from their butts and win this match. I thought this was supposed to be a easy win for Arsenal, but I am learning there are no easy wins in this league.
21 Apr 20:02
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Got brentford, leicester exacts
22 Apr 18:25