Premier League fixtures predicted based on stats: Liverpool thrashed, Arsenal, Man Utd win

This weekend’s round of Premier League fixtures will see the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal back in action after the international break. There are some big clashes coming up, with some surprise results also potentially in the pipeline.

The Premier League will return with a bang as top of the table Everton hammer Merseyside rivals Liverpool no less than 7-1 in Saturday’s early kick off.

That is according to the latest calculations from Football Web Pages.

Their supercomputer has worked out the percentage likelihood of each possible result in every fixture for the remainder of the season, with their final table recalculating after every top-flight goal.

This year’s Premier League season has gotten off to a rather strange start, with Everton and Aston Villa the only sides yet to drop points.

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As such, this weekend’s results should be taken with a pinch of salt – but they make for entraining reading none the less!

Following the Merseyside Derby cracker, Chelsea are set to slow the turbulent weekend of Premier League action down a bit with a 0-0 draw against Southampton.

If that wasn’t enough drama, Arsenal should then go to Manchester City and pick up a 1-0 win over the Sky Blues.

Manchester United bring back a sense of normality with a 1-0 win at Newcastle, while Crystal Palace and Brighton are due to play out a goalless draw.


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Following that is an important game at the top of the table – Villa coming away 1-0 winners at Leicester to maintain their 100 per cent record so far.

Both Sheffield United vs Fulham and Tottenham vs West Ham are predicted to be 0-0 draws.

But Leeds will provide us with some highlights by seeing off Wolves 2-0, before the weekend is rounded off with a 2-1 win to West Brom over Burnley.


Chelsea 0-0 Southampton

Everton 7-1 Liverpool

Manchester City 0-1 Arsenal

Newcastle United 0-1 Manchester United

Crystal Palace 0-0 Brighton

Leicester 0-1 Aston Villa

Sheffield United 0-0 Fulham

Spurs 0-0 West Ham

Leeds 2-0 Wolves

West Brom 2-1 Burnley

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