This season, BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson will pit his wits against a new guest each week.
David Cameron's Premier League predictions
Prime Minister David Cameron, who this week campaigned on behalf of England's 2018 World Cup bid in Zurich, focuses on domestic football issues this weekend.
The Aston Villa fan, who has supported them since he was 13, goes for a surprising result for his team against Liverpool, and admits that some of this predictions are "more in hope than in expectation".
Don't forget you can watch his full list in Football Focus at 1215 GMT on BBC One on Saturday.
This week's predictions
Arsenal v Fulham
Birmingham v Tottenham
Blackburn v Wolverhampton
Chelsea v Everton
Man City v Bolton
Wigan v Stoke
Blackpool v Man Utd
West Brom v Newcastle
Sunderland v West Ham
Liverpool v Aston Villa
A correct result is worth ONE point, a correct score earns THREE points.
Last week, Lawro beat Andy Murray by 8 points to 6.
Aston Villa are looking good on the counter-attack with Ashley Young, Stewart Downing and Gabriel Agbonlahor all playing well recently, but they seem to suffering at the back at the minute.
Richard Dunne and James Collins were solid last season but do not look the same force this term and goalkeeper Brad Friedel has had a few problems in the last few weeks.
Liverpool will look to exploit this and the fans will give former manager Gerard Houllier a welcome return to Anfield I am sure. The Reds are likely to finish above Aston Villa in the table come the end of the season but both will be further down than they have been in recent seasons.
Lawro was talking to BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan.
BBC Radio 1's Comedy Dave
Mark Lawrenson (average)
Lawro's best score: 13 points (week 10) Lawro's lowest score: one point (week six)
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