Premier League predictions: Man City vs Spurs, Everton vs Man Utd, Arsenal vs Palace

Friday, April 19th, 2019 5:00pm

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!

Manchester City vs Tottenham

Paul Mortimer: I think Spurs have got City's number at this point and unlike many other teams, they are not afraid of Pep Guardiola's side - 1-1

Luther Blissett: Spurs are looking more complete without Harry Kane but Manchester City are irresistible at the moment - 2-1 City

Ian Stone: Manchester City have a massive squad and that will help them bounce back from a draining week - 3-1 City

James Gray: City will be hurting badly after all that drama on Wednesday night and the best sides bounce back immediately - 2-0 City

Martin Allen: The manner of the loss in the midweek and the pressure on City for the title will see them draw rather than gain revenge over Tottenham - 1-1

Bell & Spurling: 2-1 Spurs

Patrick Christys: 2-1 Spurs

Richard Lee: Spurs are still going to be on a massive high but their focus might be elsewhere. This is a good opportunity for City to get revenge and right the wrongs of Wednesday - 3-1 City

Iwan Thomas: Well there is no danger there won't be goals is there? End to end stuff, I can't separate them - 2-2

Everton vs Manchester United

Paul Mortimer: It's not as rosy in the United camp as it once was and while Everton are inconsistent, they could turn up for the big game - 2-2

Luther Blissett: Everton need to be at their best and not be the team that we've seen on many occasions this season, which seems unlikely - 1-0 United

Ian Stone: Everton are on the rise with consecutive home wins against Chelsea and Arsenal while United will still be feeling that defeat to Barcelona - 2-1 Everton

James Gray: Who knows what Everton side will turn up at Goodison but after United scraped past West Ham, I'd back them to do something similar this time around - 2-1 United

Martin Allen: The Ole bounce is well and truly over and United need so much rebuilding in the squad - 2-0 Everton

Bell & Spurling: 2-0 United

Patrick Christys: 2-1 United

Richard Lee: I saw Everton at home against Arsenal and they were excellent. United are going through a real transition which is going to continue in the summer and this game will only add to Ole's woes - 2-1 Everton

Iwan Thomas: Ole's back at the wheel! - 2-1 United

Arsenal vs Crystal Palace

Paul Mortimer: Surely Arsenal will be too strong for Palace but equally a clean sheet seems like a big ask for that defence - 3-1 Arsenal

Luther Blissett: Arsenal may be awful away from home (Napoli result notwithstanding) but at the Emirates seem to be a bit closer to their old selves - 2-0 Arsenal

Ian Stone: At home? We'll be too good. No doubt - 3-0 Arsenal

James Gray: The Gunners surprised everyone by becoming only the second team this season to win at Napoli and playing at home is their forte - 1-0 Arsenal

Martin Allen: A good old-fashioned European hangover might be coming for Arsenal here. A Zaha double and a shock away win - 2-0 Palace 

Bell & Spurling: 2-1 Arsenal

Patrick Christys: 3-1 Arsenal

Richard Lee: Arsenal are brilliant at home and Palace are safe so this should be comfortable for the Gunners, especially on the back of getting through in Europe - 3-0 Arsenal

Iwan Thomas: Arsenal were excellent on Thursday, not as good as Spurs but still pretty decent, and I don't think Palace will have enough to surprise them - 3-1 Arsenal

Aston Villa vs Millwall

Paul Mortimer: Villa be simply too strong for Millwall on the day - 3-0 Villa

Luther Blissett:  Aston Villa need the momentum to carry into the playoffs so it's important they don't let up - 1-0 Villa

Ian Stone: Jack Grealish has just been voted Championship Player of the Month and I don't expect that form to fade - 3-1 Villa

James Gray: Villa have won eight on the spin but only kept three clean sheets in that run - 3-1 Villa

Martin Allen: Grealish will move on to a top club at the end of the season but in the meantime he will keep powering Villa to victories - 3-0 Villa

Bell & Spurling: 1-0 Millwall

Patrick Christys: 3-0 Villa

Richard Lee: Villa are probably the best team in the Championship on form and while Millwall will fight for it, I think they'll be too strong - 3-1 Villa

Iwan Thomas: What a run Aston Villa are on at the moment, surely the Lions can't stop them, especially on the road - 2-0 Villa

Brentford vs Leeds

Paul Mortimer: Brentford often perform at home when you least expect it and this might be one of those days - 2-2

Luther Blissett: Needs must for Leeds who cannot afford to miss out on the win in their quest for promotion - 2-1 Leeds

Ian Stone: Nothing to play for vs promotion-chasing Leeds? No-brainer - 2-0 Leeds

James Gray: The flip-flops are well and truly on at Griffin Park and Leeds still have plenty to play for - 1-0 Leeds

Martin Allen: It doesn't matter where Leeds are, I've got to back my old club Brentford to be too strong at home - 2-0 Brentford

Bell & Spurling: 2-1 Leeds

Patrick Christys: 2-1 Leeds

Richard Lee: Brentford are a good team but they have nothing to play for. It will be tight but I can see Leeds getting a late winner and taking another step towards the Premier League - 2-1 Leeds

Iwan Thomas: LEEDS, LEEDS, LEEDS - 3-1 Leeds

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