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Wednesday 11 April 2012

Pundit predictions 9-11 April

Premier League predictions from Craig Burley, Alan Curbishley and Don Hutchison

It was a good weekend for Manchester United in the Barclays Premier League title race

There is no Easter rest for the teams of the Barclays Premier League as another set of matches begins.

Premier League pundits Alan Curbishley, Don Hutchison and Craig Burley have provided their predictions for the matches from Easter Monday to Wednesday.

Here they are - and don't forget to come back and see how they performed.

Monday 9th April

Everton 4-0 Sunderland
Predictions: Burley: 1-1; Curbishley: 2-2; Hutchison: 2-1

Newcastle United 2-0 Bolton Wanderers
Predictions: Burley: 2-1; Curbishley: 2-0; Hutchison: 2-0

Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Norwich City
Predictions: Burley: 3-1; Curbishley: 3-0; Hutchison: 4-0

Aston Villa 1-1 Stoke City
Predictions: Burley: 1-1; Curbishley: 2-0; Hutchison: 0-0

Fulham 1-1 Chelsea
Predictions: Burley: 1-0; Curbishley: 1-2; Hutchison: 1-1

Tuesday 10th April 2012

Blackburn Rovers 2-3 Liverpool
Predictions: Burley: 0-1; Curbishley: 2-1; Hutchison: 1-2

Wednesday 11th April 2012

Manchester City 4-0 West Bromwich Albion
Predictions: Burley: 2-0; Curbishley: 3-0; Hutchison: 4-0

Wigan Athletic 1-0 Manchester United
Predictions: Burley: 0-1; Curbishley: 1-2; Hutchison: 0-2

Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-3 Arsenal
Predictions: Burley: 0-2; Curbishley: 1-3; Hutchison: 0-2

Queens Park Rangers 3-0 Swansea City
Predictions: Burley: 1-0; Curbishley: 2-1; Hutchison: 1-0

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Key Points

  • Premier League pundits Alan Curbishley, Don Hutchison & Craig Burley provide predictions
  • Barclays Premier League matches coming thick and fast during the Easter period
  • Pundits say it will be maximum points for Manchester this week