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We’ve been busy predicting the future this week, looking at the Premier League title race, the Champions League qualification race and by reader demand, if Liverpool can qualify for the Champions League (it would be a miracle of Harry Redknapp proportions).
However, we also have the slightly more urgent matter of nine Premier League ties to be played this weekend (if your weekend extends to Tuesday evening, that is), with some big matches for sides vying for the title as well as those looking to avoid relegation.
Manchester United face two away games in the space of three days, on the back of an away game to Marseille on Wednesday. Manchester City continue their quest for a title / Champions League spot with a game at home against Fulham, Liverpool are away to West Ham and Wolves will be hoping Blackpool aren’t as good away from home as they are at Bloomfield Road.
Gameweek 28 Fixtures:
Saturday 26 February:
Newcastle United v Bolton Wanderers
Aston Villa v Blackburn Rovers
Wolves v Blackpool
Wigan v Manchester United
Everton v Sunderland
Sunday 27 February:
West Ham United v Liverpool
Manchester City v Fulham
Monday 28 February:
Stoke City v West Brom
Tuesday 1 March:
Before we start predicting results though, I’d like to introduce you to Scoreboard.
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We’re trying out Scoreboard this week on Soccerlens and we’d recommend you give it a shot too – let’s see if you can better my predictions for the weekend!
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As you might have noticed, I’ve gone with 2 Manchester United wins this weekend, optimistic considering their patchy away form. But it’s squeaky bum time, as Fergie likes to say, and despite the uninspiring performance at Stade Velodrome on Wednesday night, this team will be up for their back to back Premier League away games.
Have a look at our Scoreboard Review, and then try your hand at predicting this weekend’s Premier League results.