Arsenal v Fulham
Fulham find themselves just above the relegation zone, and without an away win so far this season. They may have a new manager this season, but their away form is something that just doesn't seem to change. They have managed to draw five of their away games so far, but they will need to find something extra to get a result in this game. I can't see anything except an Arsenal win.
Birmingham v Tottenham
The Spuds have moved up to fifth place, after yet another come from behind victory last week. It shows how strong their belief and team spirit are, but it also shows how poor they are defensively. A lot may depend on the fitness of Rafael Van Der Vaart for them, as he is a top quality player, and he makes all difference for them in my opinion. Ithink that Birmingham will manage to hold them in this game.
Blackburn v Wolves
Wolves managed to get a win last week, despite falling behind at home to Sunderland. It was a much needed win, but they are still in the relegation zone. I have enjoyed watching them play for the last few weeks as they have played good football, despite having Karl Henry in their team. It won't be easy for Wolves against a team that have to bounce back from that 7-1 defeat last week, and I think that Blackburn will sneak a narrow victory, as they have only lost at home to Arsenal and Chelsea.
Chelsea v Everton
Everton were expected to beat West Brom at home last week, but they were beaten 4-1. Their defence had been fairly solid before that game, but they now find themselves just outside the relegation zone in a very tight league. They are still missing a striker to get the goals that are needed to climb the table, and only Tim Cahill looks capable of scoring for them most of the time. I think Chelsea will get back to winning ways in this game, but only just.
Man City v Bolton
Bolton had a great chance to keep pace with the top four last week, but they could only manage a draw at home to Blackpool. In Kevin Davies and Johan Elmander they have two in form strikers who will look to give City a few problems. Bolton have very few clean sheets to their name, and I can't see them keeping one here either. I think City will come out on top in a tight game.
Wigan v Stoke
Stoke RFC have had an up and down season, but they are currently in one of their up phases. They sit eighth in the Premier League, and they look like a very difficult team to beat at the moment. Their away form has never been particularly good, I think they will come out on top in this battle of contrasting styles.
Blackpool v Manchester United
"Manure" absolutely thumped Blackburn last week to go top of the league. Wayne Rooney is back from his injury, and they are now the top scorers in the league. With Dimitar Berbatov scoring five goals against Blackburn he is the leading scorer, and Nani is playing very well too. I think that plenty of goals are guaranteed in this game, but "Manure" might lose their spot on top of the league if it doesn't go ahead due to the weather. That is a very real possibility at the moment, but more will be known tomorrow. If the game goes ahead I can't see "Manure" slipping up.
West Brom v Newcastle
Newcastle have a pretty good away record so far, and they drew at home to champions Chelsea last week. In Andy Carroll they have a striker who looks like he will trouble any defence, and they have a chance in most games he plays. A lot of games have been drawn this season, and I think this one will be too.
Sunderland v West Ham
West Ham followed up last week's victory over Wigan with a 4-0 demolition of a second string "Manure" team in the Carling Cup on Wednesday night. They will be looking to build on those two results, and get themselves off the bottom of the table, but it won't be easy. Sunderland are unbeaten at home and West Ham haven't won away, which points to a Sunderland victory for me.
Liverpool v Aston Villa
Aston Villa look a pale shadow of the team that they were last season, and they are letting in far too many goals for their own good. They are dropping dangerously close to the relegation zone, and they have lost five of their seven away league games so far. It all points to a comfortable win for Liverpool in my opinion.
That's my predictions for this week. As usual, feel free to tell me where I have gone wrong, or right as the case may be. I'll be back next Friday with the predictions for gameweek 17, as the season gets ever closer to reaching the halfway stage. Between now and then I will be previewing Arsenal's game against Fulham early tomorrow morning, as well as their game against Partizan Belgrade on Wednesday. There will be match reports on both of those games, before the build up to the trip to play "Manure" on Monday week.
See You Tomorrow.