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Predictions Premier League Week 5: Chelsea v Liverpool

[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. This week is the fifth round of games and four teams remain undefeated, Man City, Chelsea, Everton and Spurs. Man City top the league with a 100% record and they host south-coast side Bournemouth. The stand out fixture, though, is Chelsea v Liverpool. A win for the Reds could see them leapfrog the London side in the table on goal difference. Chelsea’s striker, Costa, is on fire, with four goals in four games. Will he strike again? Will Liverpool repeat their 3-1 win at the Bridge last season? 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.

Hull hosting Arsenal could also prove an interesting match up. The newly promoted side have had a good start and Arsenal are only one place above them. Arsenal may suffer a Champions League hangover, too, so don’t be surprised if Hull get something from this game. The heat could be on Mark Hughes, Stoke’s manager, if they can’t get some points at Crystal Palace; currently the midlands side sit at the bottom of the table with only one point.  [/gss-content-box]

Languagecaster Predictions: 2016-17 Premier League – Week 5 - Chelsea v Liverpool

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