Premier League Score Predictions: WhoScored vs oddschecker Gameweek 7

Premier League Score Predictions: WhoScored vs oddschecker Gameweek 7

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.

With four correct results and one correct score called in Gameweek 6, Ryan Elliott took a commanding lead for oddschecker from WhoScored in our head-to-head league. WhoScored managed three correct results but find themselves 8 points adrift going into the weekend's action.

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
6 7 3
Total 11 8

Once again we have a Friday night fixture, with Wolves vs Crystal Palace kicking things off for Gameweek 7. Read on for our experts' score predictions for this round of games.

As always, you can find a host of expert insight and predictions for the weekend's football in our football tips section. Compare odds and bet on any Premier League fixture this weekend with our odds grids.

Wolves vs Crystal Palace

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 2-0

Roy Hodgson will ensure this isn't a pretty affair to watch. Wolves have often started slowly this season, but their quality will shine through later in the content.

WhoScored: 2-0

Wolves will have been left frustrated by the manner of last weekend's 1-1 draw with Newcastle. Their home form has been indifferent this season, but with Palace's injury issues, we could see a repeat of the scoreline from their clash in July.

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Sheffield Utd vs Man City

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 1-3

The Blades were very competitive against Liverpool, ultimately falling short. I can see a similar outcome against Manchester City, with the visitors' depth ensuring the points go to the visitors.

WhoScored: 1-2

City are already five points off top spot and need to string a winning run together to climb the table. Fortunately, for the visitors they face a struggling Sheffield United side at the ideal opportunity to kickstart that winning streak.

Burnley vs Chelsea

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 0-2

This could be reminiscent of Burnley's narrow defeat against Spurs. It won't be an enjoyable watch, but Chelsea's star quality going forward will eventually break through the defensive wall. Blues' defence has also improved on Edouard Mendy's arrival.

WhoScored: 0-2

Chelsea have won five of their last six visits to Turf Moor and their new-found defensive resolve could prove key in Burnley. Sean Dyche's side are struggling at both ends of the pitch and the Blues should come away from this clash with all three points as a result.

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Liverpool vs West Ham

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 3-2

This one could be a belter. The Hammers have been excellent recently, and will go to Anfield with no fear. Liverpool to come out on top...just.

WhoScored: 2-1

Having won 28 of their last 29 Premier League home matches, you would expect Liverpool to run out winners against West Ham on Saturday. That said, the Hammers won't be pushovers but without Michail Antonio leading the line their chances of springing an upset certainly diminish.

Aston Villa vs Southampton

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 0-1

Does this still constitute as a surprise? I'm not sure it does. Villa's bubble was comprehensively burst by Leeds last time out, while the Saints ended Everton's unbeaten start.

WhoScored: 1-2

Unbeaten in the last six meetings between the two sides, Southampton certainly head into this fixture with the momentum behind them to extend that streak. Both teams have found the back of the net in five of the last six encounters and we should see another entertaining game here.

 

Newcastle Utd vs Everton

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 0-1

Everton have a good record at St. James', and while Newcastle are proving tricky to beat this season, I'm still happy to back the Toffees to bounce back after their Southampton defeat.

WhoScored: 0-0

This is a fixture Everton should really win but their squad is looking a little thin at the moment given the number of absentees and it opens the door for Steve Bruce's side to pull off a surprise.

Man Utd vs Arsenal

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 1-1

Always a close encounter between these two at Old Trafford. United are in great form, but home record still a worry, and I believe Arsenal have a good chance to snatch a third consecutive away draw in this fixture.

WhoScored: 2-1

Arsenal are unbeaten in their last three meetings with United but when comparing the recent form of both sides you would have to favour a home win. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is managing his squad well at the moment and has shown flexibility on the pitch, something he is often criticised for when compared to other coaches.

Tottenham vs Brighton

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 3-1

Brighton's record at Spurs is poor, and their performance against West Brom on Monday was abysmal - a far cry from many previously unrewarded good performances. I don't worry too much about Spurs' Europa League defeat, they still have the firepower to blow Albion away.

WhoScored: 2-1

Jose Mourinho will demand a response from his players after their loss on Thursday night. The home record hasn't been great, but given their previous meetings with Brighton in north London, Spurs should come away from Sunday's clash with the Seagulls with all three points.

Fulham vs West Brom

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 1-1

Both sides can't find ways to win this season, and have also drawn their last four matches. A stalemate looks very much on the cards.

WhoScored: 1-1

West Brom have drawn back-to-back league games and it wouldn't be a huge shock to see the Baggies come away from this one with another point to show for their efforts. With a settled XI and Fulham's raft of new signings still looking to gel, West Brom can take advantage on Monday.

Leeds Utd vs Leicester City

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 1-1

Leicester's away form has been outstanding this season, but they are fresh off a Europa League trip to Greece. Leeds come into this following their demolition of Aston Villa, but their last outing at Elland Road ended in defeat to Wolves. This looks a tough one to call, so I've gone for another stalemate.

WhoScored: 2-2

Leeds' high tempo will disrupt Leicester's approach, but the Foxes are often good for a goal, especially with Jamie Vardy excelling on the road. This promises to be an entertaining encounter as Leicester make the trip to Elland Road for the first time since 2014 and the spoils may be shared on Monday night as the two teams cancel one another out.

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

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