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Week 13 (2017-2018) EPL Fixtures and Analyses.

The Blues go head-to-head with the Reds  (Photo by Catherine Ivill – AMA/Getty Images)

On analyses many of the games of week 13 look very unpredictable … not because of the propensity of upset but of birds of a feather at this juncture.

Now the fact that there’s no international break doesn’t make it less complicated and many games might upload drama, struggles, disappointments, lacklustre performance and likely end in draws. Now when two local champions combat you might not be impressed by their fights but want results as compensation.

Hey I won’t play safe by pitching my analyses with ‘sharing of spoils.’ I want the games (before they start) to be explosive, entertaining and full of suspense to EPL fans and draw predictions ensnare intrigues and interest.

Yesterday Results: West Ham 1-1 Leicester

Today’s Fixtures:

Crystal Palace vs Stoke City: I want to give the 3 points to the Eagles. Crystal Palace win: 40%; Stoke win: 38; draw: 22%

Man United vs Brighton: Man United win: 40%; Brighton win: 38%; draw: 22%

Newcastle vs Watford: Honestly I don’t know the favourites in this game so I keep my 3 points.

Swansea vs Bournemouth: the Swans should come out and play like teams and they might grab the 3 points at stake.

Tottenham vs West Brom: Spurs should be wary of freshers’ syndrome in the characters of the Baggies, and West Brom should peak their motivation and fight to win.

Liverpool vs Chelsea: No comment!

Burnley vs Arsenal: No 7 vs No 6 on the log and again both have 22 points and only the superior goal difference of the Gunners put them above Burnley. Would they share the spoils? Time will tell!

Huddersfield vs Man City: the Terriers confront Man City (notoriously high-scoring sides) after losing 4-0 at Bournemouth last weekend!

But the variables operating here are different and the Citizens should convert their opportunities to goals. In other words be productive. The Terriers on the other hand should adopt this blueprint – if you can’t score the Citizens stop them from netting! And you do this by defending tightly and attacking sharply. Attacks sharp enough to give Man City phobia because the earlier ones nearly ended in goals.

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