Premier League Score Predictions: WhoScored vs oddschecker Gameweek 6

Premier League Score Predictions: WhoScored vs oddschecker Gameweek 6

Our football expert Ryan Elliott takes on WhoScored in a head-to-head to predict the correct scores of every Premier League game this weekend.

Each week oddschecker football expert Ryan Elliott will be taking on WhoScored in a head-to-head to try and predict every correct score in the Premier League.

Gameweek 5 saw Ryan leapfrog WhoScored into the lead in our head-to-head, managing to predict three correct results and one correct score compared to WhoScored's two correct results.

A reminder that we're awarding three points for a correct score, and one point for a correct result.

Gameweek oddschecker WhoScored
4 5 6
5 6 2
Total 11 8

With the Premier League action kicking off on Friday night this week with Aston Villa vs Leeds United, we've got the experts' predictions in for gameweek 6.

Aston Villa vs Leeds Utd

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 1-1

Villa go into this favourites, but I'm expecting Leeds to respond well to the big setback that is Kalvin Phillips' injury. Villa undoubtedly the better defensively, but the visitors still have the firepower to unsettle Dean Smith's men.

WhoScored: 2-1

The absence of Kalvin Phillips is a huge blow for Leeds and it could prove costly at Villa Park. Dean Smith's side have exceeded early expectations and as the Premier League's form side, you'd back Villa to make it five wins from five on Friday night.

West Ham vs Man City

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 1-3

City have utterly dominated Hammers for a number of years, but with home side showing plenty of form in front of goal, I expect them to go down swinging this time around.

WhoScored: 2-4

David Moyes has never beaten a Pep Guardiola side, losing six of his past seven meetings with the City boss. Ominously for West Ham, they have conceded at least four goals in each of their last five home matches against City. After shipping three in 16 minutes against Tottenham last weekend, you can't rule out another big City win here.


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Fulham vs Crystal Palace

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 0-1

Neither side look too clever in front of goal, though Palace's superior defence will see them squeeze past the league's basement boys.

WhoScored: 1-1

Fulham may have made a poor start to the season, but if the new signings can quickly gel, then there is no reason why they cannot follow up their point in Yorkshire last week with another result here as Crystal Palace gear up for the second London derby in their last three league outings.

Man Utd vs Chelsea

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 1-1

United have lost both games at Old Trafford this season, while Chelsea still struggle to keep clean sheets. Think this will be a more low-key game than many are expecting.

WhoScored: 1-1

United are unbeaten in their last seven home league matches with Chelsea, while Solskjaer has lost just one of his four meetings with Frank Lampard as manager. A draw looks the most likely outcome.


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Liverpool vs Sheffield Utd

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 2-0

It won't be pretty, but Liverpool will beat the Blades with little fuss.

WhoScored: 3-0

Were the Blades in better shape this might be an opportunity for Brewster to make the headlines against a weakened Reds defence but Jurgen Klopp's side should have far too much quality against an outfit that already look to be suffering from 'second season syndrome'.

Southampton vs Everton

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 1-2

Hard to gauge Saints this season, but come into this in good form. Everton, meanwhile, look very strong, and have what it takes to grind out a big three points.

WhoScored: 1-1

Saints have proven to be relatively unpredictable this season but the fact Everton are without both Richarlison and James Rodriguez certainly works in their favour. It will be interesting to see how Everton manage without two such important attackers as their squad depth isn't great.


Wolves vs Newcastle

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 1-1

A draw may perhaps raise a few eyebrows, but Newcastle have what it takes to hold this Wolves side who have won back-to-back matches. Last three Premier League meetings have ended one apiece.

WhoScored: 1-0

The last three matches between the sides have all ended 1-1 and if there is one criticism of Wolves it's that they can struggle to break down teams that sit deep and don't offer them a chance to counter, which will likely be the case once more this weekend.

Arsenal vs Leicester City

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 2-1

Always intriguing when these two play. Foxes come into this following consecutive defeats-to-nil, while Gunners can count themselves a little unlucky to leave the Etihad pointless last time out. Arsenal have won five of their last six home games against Leicester, so they're my pick.

WhoScored: 2-1

Leicester's poor record at Arsenal, coupled with the absence of key men for the away side, means the Gunners should live up to their favourites tag in this one.

Brighton vs West Brom

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 3-0

Brighton are making a habit of dominating matches without putting their chances away, but if they do click, they have the capability to dispatch Baggies in clinical fashion.

WhoScored: 2-0

Brighton have lost five of their last six home league games, but will view the welcome of West Brom as the ideal opportunity to secure their second Premier League win of the season. Even without Lewis Dunk, Graham Potter has the personnel to oversee a return to winning ways.

Burnley vs Tottenham

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 1-2

Burnley have been really poor this season, and while Spurs are winless in their last couple of trips to Turf Moor, they have more than enough quality to win - should they avoid another West Ham-style collapse.

WhoScored: 1-3

Spurs' two Premier League wins this season have come away from home, where they excelled at Southampton and Manchester United, and with Harry Kane well rested having played no part in midweek, the north London should side get back to winning ways in the league on Monday night.

Here are this week's full score predictions...


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