Friday Premiership Preview

By londonist_alex2 Last edited 161 months ago
Friday Premiership Preview

If you're reading this at work, then don't worry, it's nearly time to go home. It's past 4pm now, so you're not really expected to actually DO anything...come can relax now, you'll be out of there in 30 minutes.

Presumably you are thinking about your night ahead, perhaps you're going out for a few quick snifters before heading home for a nice night in with your significant life partner, or perhaps you're embarking on a full-on bender, sampling the very best that our capital's nightlife has to offer...HUZZAH! Whatever it is you are going to get up to tonight, just read our Premiership predictions first, so that you can dazzle friends, family and lurve interests with your in-depth knowledge of London's top-flight football and then exude a smug air of satisfaction tomorrow as your predictions prove to be correct.

Villa v Tottingham

Spurs should win this becuase everyone thinks that they're good now, but playing Jenas instead of Davids in the middle is a plain nonsense and this side seems to be shaping up to be a little bit...boring. Draw.

Charlton v Chelsea

It's first against second! It's huge! Chelsea are going to steamroll the Addicks ! Right? Wrong. The Blues have yet to hit their stride and this one will remain goal-less until the closing stages, when wee Danny Murphy will curl one in with mega-wega force. Remember, the Chelsea backlash is on, so get onboard. Home win.

Fulham v West Ham

Marlon Harewood, his strange mishapen head and the Happy Hammers are on fire, therefore common sense should dictate that we back them for a sterling away win. Unfortunately, we are as thick as mince, so a home win it is. To be fair, the Cottagers are due a result.

Arsenal v Everton (Monday)

Oh dear oh dear, all is not well with these two teams. The Arsenal look mortal and Everton odds on for relegation. But the Gooners usually trounce the Toffees, and one would think that'll still hold true on Monday.

Last Updated 16 September 2005