Premier League predictions: Liverpool vs Huddersfield, Man Utd vs Chelsea, Spurs vs West Ham

Friday, April 26th, 2019 6:00pm

By Love Sport @lovesportradio

The Premier League is supposed to be the most unpredictable league in the world, so we've asked Love Sport's very own to predict it!

Liverpool vs Huddersfield

Paul Mortimer: The Reds are just too good, they've got too many weapons and I don't see how Huddersfield are supposed to stop them - 4-0 Liverpool

Luther Blissett: A comfortable home win with Salah celebrating his 100th appearance and Mane showing why he should have been in the Team of Year! - 3-0 Liverpool

Ian Stone: No chance of a shock here, it could be a cricket score - 4-0 Liverpool

James Gray: The Reds have learned how to deal with the nerves of nights like these now, even if Huddersfield play with a bit of freedom - 3-0 Liverpool

Martin Allen: Liverpool will be far too strong on the night - 3-0 Liverpool

Patrick Christys: Huddersfield might grab one, but Liverpool will win comfortably - 3-1 Liverpool

Richard Lee: Liverpool will be dominant and I can't see anything but a comfortable victory - 3-0 Liverpool

Iwan Thomas: No surprise. Home win - 3-0 Liverpool

Manchester United vs Chelsea

Paul Mortimer: It looks like more pain for United with the brilliant Eden Hazard visiting Old Trafford - 2-1 Chelsea

Luther Blissett: A draw is probably the worst result for both teams but I can't look beyond it - 2-2

Ian Stone: It might sound bizarre to say it but the pressure is starting to build on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and I don't see his life getting any easier - 2-1 Chelsea

James Gray: There were glimpses of what Sarri can do in the draw with Burnley when Chelsea move the ball quickly and they only have to do that once to break down a struggling United - 1-0 Chelsea

Martin Allen: United will be disheartened and disappointed by their inability to lay a glove on City and Chelsea will surely heap on the misery - 2-0 Chelsea

Patrick Christys: Ole's at the wheel still, and he's now passed a breathalyser test! It's just been a bump in the road - 3-0 United

Richard Lee: United need to bounce back and I think they will do so to an extent - 1-1

Iwan Thomas: Not going to be a thriller. I'm thinking a draw, which won't suit either side - 1-1

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Tottenham vs West Ham

Paul Mortimer: This might not be plain sailing for Tottenham because West Ham have to turn up eventually, but they have a good way of finding ways to win at the moment - 2-1 Spurs

Luther Blissett: Spurs to maintain impressive home record and Son, arguably their player of the season, to be at forefront once more - 2-0 Spurs

Ian Stone: West Ham will already be on the beach and Tottenham are relentless at the best of times, especially at the new place - 3-0 Spurs

James Gray: I can't see West Ham, who have nothing to play for, being the ones to spoil Tottenham's record at the new stadium - 2-0 Spurs

Martin Allen: Tottenham have been gifted third place by the others in the race for Champions League football and will be focusing on their European semi-final - 2-1 West Ham

Patrick Christys: History doesn't favour Spurs, they haven't done the double over the Hammers since 2012-13, but they'll win in their new stadium - 2-1 Spurs

Richard Lee: I would expect Spurs will have too much for West Ham - 2-1 Spurs

Iwan Thomas: I was gonna go 2-1 Spurs, but I fancy West Ham to snatch something - 2-2

Leicester vs Arsenal

Paul Mortimer: Arsenal's defence are terrible and even with Sokratis returning, the pace of Vardy will see the Foxes pull off a surprise win - 2-1 Arsenal

Luther Blissett: Arsenal are looking to bounce back after their defeat to Wolves but Leicester are impressive at home and have eyes on seventh place with Europe still a possibility - 1-1

Ian Stone: It's Arsenal away, what do you think I'm going to say? - 2-1 Leicester

James Gray: The Gunners are awful on the road but there must be some sort of reaction to the defeat to Wolves - 2-2

Martin Allen: Brendan Rodgers has got the Foxes playing really well at the moment and Arsenal's clash with Valencia is an inevitable distraction - 2-1 Leicester

Patrick Christys: Leicester have only won one of their last 24 league games against the Gunners and despite Unai Emery's boys struggling, I think that trend will continue - 2-1 Arsenal

Richard Lee: This will be a similar tale for Arsenal in their struggles away from home so I see Leicester winning - 2-1 Leicester

Iwan Thomas: A vital and rare away win! - 2-1 Arsenal

Millwall vs Stoke

Paul Mortimer: The Lions are scrapping for their lives and while Stoke held Norwich on Easter Monday, Neil Harris' men should get something out of this game at the very least - 1-1

Luther Blissett: Stoke will need to rise above the predicted hostile atmosphere as Millwall fight to secure their Championship status but I can't see them managing it - 1-0 Millwall

Ian Stone: Necessity is the mother of invention and boy do Millwall need a win at the moment - 2-1 Millwall

James Gray: Millwall will feel they cannot afford to lose this game but may fear the threat that Nathan Jones' Stoke carry and set up very defensively - 0-0

Martin Allen: Stoke don't concede many but Millwall are fighting for their Championship status and that should count for something - 1-0 Millwall

Patrick Christys: Millwall have lost each of their last six against Stoke. I don't see that changing any time soon. I'm sorry Millwall fans, but you're getting thrashed - 3-1 Stoke

Richard Lee: A win will secure safety for Millwall and there is no greater motivation than securing safety from relegation - 1-0 Millwall

Iwan Thomas: I'm not sure. I'm going to go... Millwall. Just - 2-1 Millwall

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