Lawrenson: ‘Man Utd wins, Chelsea hates Newcastle’

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Lawrenson: ‘Man Utd wins, Chelsea hates Newcastle’

Van Persie was Man Utd’s hero in the first leg when he scored a double against Southampton.

Man Utd 2-1 Southampton

The first leg match at St Mary’s Stadium had a strange development with a victory for Man Utd.

In this rematch, Man Utd continues to have a chance to win all three points.

Southampton does not have to run out of chances in this match.

Sunderland 1-1 Liverpool

Sunderland’s playing style under coach Gus Poyet has two characteristics: not being easily defeated and not conceding a goal absurdly early.

Liverpool continued to repeat defensive mistakes in the last two matches against Leicester in the Premier League and Wimbledon in the FA Cup.

Chelsea 3-0 Newcastle

This is a very difficult match for Newcastle’s interim coach John Carver.

Newcastle won the first leg, but Chelsea’s defense will avoid mistakes.

Lawrenson: 'Man Utd wins, Chelsea hates Newcastle'

Coach Martinez witnessed Everton plummet after last year’s successful season.

Everton 1-2 Man City

The home team is in a bad streak with only one win in 10 matches.

This is the time when the coach is responsible for the decline of the players and the successive losses.

Many Everton fans are unhappy with the way the team lost to Man City last season, thereby helping to prevent rival Liverpool from winning the championship.

Arsenal 2-0 Stoke

Since the defeat against Chelsea, Stoke has experienced a series of four successful matches, with three wins and one draw.

However, this could be Arsenal’s revenge.


Lawrenson predicted

Sunderland – Liverpool


Burnley – QPR


Chelsea – Newcastle


Everton – Man City


Leicester – Aston Villa


Swansea – West Ham


West Brom – Hull


Crystal Palace – Tottenham


Arsenal – Stoke


Man Utd – Southampton


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