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Predictions 2016-17 Premier League: Arsenal vs Chelsea and Manchester United vs Leicester

[gss-content-box color=”green”]In this season’s predictions battle we are focusing on the English Premier League and will be predicting games from every match from the 2016-17 season. We have reached week six in the Premier League and there are two stand out fixtures this weekend: On Saturday the champions Leicester City visit Old Trafford to take on Manchester United – can the Foxes inflict more pain on Mourinho’s side? The other big game is a London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea where the Blues’ manager Conte will be hoping his side can bounce back after only 1 point from the last two games. You can play against Damon, Damian and other football fans in this season’s languagecaster predictions battle by adding your scores below.

  • Click here to register or log-in; choose Languagecaster Predictions League 2016-17 and then add your scores to the matches below.
  • Check the current standings here
  • Remember it is three points for the correct score and one point for the right result.
  • NOTE: If you have already registered for our site don’t forget to choose the 2016-17 languagecaster predictions league to play on your user page (when you sign in).[/gss-content-box]

Predictions 2016-17 Premier League: Arsenal vs Chelsea and Manchester United vs Leicester

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