Premier League Predictor: Short but sweet scorelines for this weekend's games

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It's a mini-predictor league with only five Premier League games scheduled this weekend. Our writers have predicted what will happen...

"Chelsea have been rather flat after Thursday night European games, winning just one in four"

Bournemouth boosted

Dan Fitch says: "Newcastle have climbed away from the relegation zone in recent weeks, but their away form is still an issue. They have not won an away match in the Premier League since December when they beat Huddersfield and they may suffer another loss against a Bournemouth side that have been boosted by the return of Callum Wilson. Bournemouth 2-1 Newcastle."

Back the 2-1 @ [9.6]

Brendan to take advantage of Burnley's bad form

Jack Lang says: "The Foxes impressed against Fulham last week and seem to be heading in the right direction under Brendan Rodgers, while Burnley look a little lost. Burnley 1-2 Leicester."

Back the 1-2 @ [10.5]

Textbook home win

James Pacheco says: "We were on the money last week with Man City's 3-1 win over Watford rewarding us at 11.5 but that's certainly not the scoreline to go for here. West Ham have been decent at home of late and the Trotters can't seem to be able score for love nor money on the road so a 'textbook' home win sort of score is the way to go this time round. West Ham 2-0 Huddersfield."

Back the 2-0 @ [7.4]

Fulham going further down

Mark O'Haire says: "Liverpool claimed a memorable victory in Munich in midweek and can continue their Premier League title assault on Sunday with a cushy success in the capital. The Reds have W14-D2-L0 against bottom-half teams this term and are coming up against Fulham outfit that's pointless in their 10 meetings with the Big Six (W0-D0-L10) and have lost a league-high 17 Premier League matches by a margin of two or more goals this season. Fulham 0-3 Liverpool."

Back the 0-3 @ [8.6]

A couple of flat blues

Dave Tindall says: "Chelsea have been rather flat after Thursday night European games, winning just one in four, so a low-scoring draw looks best. Everton 1-1 Chelsea."

Back the 1-1 @ [7.6]

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