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Lawro's Premier League predictions

BBC Sport expert Mark Lawrenson

This season, BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson will pit his wits against a new guest each week.

It is the turn of actor Jake Wood, who plays Albert Square 'love rat' Max Branning in EastEnders, to predict the results for the next round of Premier League matches.

Wood, a big Arsenal fan, tips the Gunners to enjoy an easy win over Newcastle on Saturday but thinks Manchester United will be the highest goalscorers of the weekend. Don't forget you can see all of his predictions on Football Focus at 1215 GMT on BBC One and this website (in the UK) on Saturday.

This week's predictions Score Lawro Jake Wood
Aston Villa v Fuham 2-2 2-1 2-1
Chelsea v Liverpool 0-1 2-0 1-1
Everton v Blackpool 5-3 2-0 3-1
Man City v West Brom 3-0 2-0 2-0
Newcastle v Arsenal 4-4 0-2 0-3
Stoke v Sunderland 3-2 2-0 1-2
Tottenham v Bolton 2-1 2-0 2-0
Wigan v Blackburn 4-3 1-1 1-1
Wolves v Man Utd 2-1 0-2 1-5
West Ham v Birmingham 0-1 2-1 1-2

A correct result is worth ONE point, a correct score earns THREE points.

There was no guest for Lawro to pit his wits against for the midweek Premier League games played on 1 and 2 February, but he got four results right, including one perfect score to give him a total of six points.

LAWRO'S PREDICTIONS

(Kick-offs at 1500 GMT unless stated)

SATURDAY

Stoke 3-2 Sunderland (1245 GMT)

Prediction: 2-0

Match report


Aston Villa 2-2 Fulham

Prediction: 2-1

Match report


Everton 5-3 Blackpool

Prediction: 2-0

Match report


Man City 3-0 West Brom

Prediction: 2-0

Match report


Newcastle 4-4 Arsenal

Prediction: 0-2

Match report


Tottenham 2-1 Bolton

Prediction: 2-0

Match report


Wigan 4-3 Blackburn

Prediction: 1-1

Match report


Wolves 2-1 Man Utd (1730 GMT)

Prediction: 0-2

Match report


SUNDAY

West Ham 0-1 Birmingham (1330 GMT)

Prediction: 2-1

Match report


Chelsea 0-1 Liverpool (1600 GMT)

Prediction: 2-0

Match report

Lawro was talking to BBC Sport's Chris Bevan.


Leaderboard Score
Alastair Campbell 11
Lord Sugar 11
Graeme Swann 10
Kaiser Chiefs 9
Lee Westwood 8
Michael Vaughan 8
BBC Radio 1's Comedy Dave 8
Mark Lawrenson (average) 7
David Cameron 7
Kobe Bryant 7
Andy Murray 6
Robbie Williams 6
Len Goodman 5
Simon Mayo 5
Idris Elba 4
Klaxons 4
Peter Shilton 4
Ollie Murs 4
Tim Vine 1

Lawro's best score: 14 points (week 22)
Lawro's lowest score: one point (week six and 17)

Make your own predictions to see how the Premier League will look after this weekend.



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Premier League table
Sunday, 3 November 2013 17:56 UK
    P GD PTS
1 Arsenal 10 13 25
2 Chelsea 10 8 20
3 Liverpool 10 7 20
4 Tottenham 10 4 20

5 Man City 10 17 19

6 Southampton 10 7 19
7 Everton 10 4 19
8 Man Utd 10 4 17
9 Newcastle 10 -2 14
10 Hull City 10 -2 14
11 West Brom 10 0 13
12 Cardiff 10 -4 12
13 Swansea 10 0 11
14 Aston Villa 10 -3 11
15 West Ham 10 0 10
16 Fulham 10 -5 10
17 Stoke 10 -4 9

18 Norwich 10 -14 8
19 Sunderland 10 -15 4
20 Crystal Palace 10 -15 3

see also
Lawro's predictions
02 Feb 11 |  Football
Lawro's predictions
30 Jan 11 |  Football
Lawro's Premier League predictions
23 Jan 11 |  Football Focus
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Lawro's predictions
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Lawro's Premier League predictions
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