Premier League Score Predictions: WhoScored vs oddschecker Gameweek 11

Premier League Score Predictions: WhoScored vs oddschecker Gameweek 11

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.

We had a week off the predictions last weekend so we pick up after gameweek 9 with WhoScored edging into a three-point lead. They managed to pick out a very impressive three correct scores, as well as three correct results. Ryan's five correct results and one correct score see him trailing as we head into gameweek 11's fixtures.

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
7 8 12
8 4 6
9 8 12
Total 38 41

Friday's game between Aston Villa and Newcastle United has been postponed this week so the actions gets under way with Burnley vs Everton in the early kick-off on Saturday. Both our experts are expecting Everton's poor form to continue here.

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.


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Burnley vs Everton

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 1-0

Burnley have been dire this season, but have a good home record against Everton, who are also in dreadful form.

WhoScored: 1-0

Aside from their recent 5-0 defeat, Burnley have actually won three of the last four home meetings with Everton. Can they inflict further misery on the Toffees?

Man City vs Fulham

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 3-0

This will be another dull Man City home game. A comfortable win will be registered, without Fulham being truly hammered.

WhoScored: 2-0

City have definitely shown signs of defensive improvement in their last two matches and should be confident of another three points here having won six in a row in this fixture without conceding a single goal.

West Ham vs Man Utd

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 2-2

United's away record is excellent, although Hammers have some serious momentum behind them. This should be a great one for the neutral.

WhoScored: 2-2

Last weekend's comeback win over Southampton made it a club-record eight straight away league wins for United but the London Stadium has been a real banana-skin for them. With one eye on a crucial European game next week, United's winning run on the road may come to an end on Saturday.

Chelsea vs Leeds Utd

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 2-1

Chelsea will prove too much for a Leeds side who will doubtless cause them problems.

WhoScored: 2-2

Many felt the Tottenham game would be the Blues' toughest test yet but they face a very different one in Leeds, who will attempt to go toe-to-toe with anyone, which is something Lampard hasn't really faced this season.


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West Brom vs Crystal Palace

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 1-0

Likely a single goal will decide this. Albion's last home game against Sheffield United ended in victory, while Palace have lost three of their last four away games without scoring.

WhoScored: 1-0

The return of Zaha would be a game changer for Palace but without him they could be looking at a third straight defeat.


Sheffield Utd vs Leicester City

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 0-2

Sheffield United simply can't score goals, and will be punished by inconsistent but talented Leicester.

WhoScored: 1-2

Two out of form sides meet at Bramall Lane on Sunday, but it's Leicester who are better placed to get their season back on track and inflict further misery upon the Blades.

Tottenham vs Arsenal

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 3-1

Arsenal haven't impressed me in the slightest, and will be comprehensively outclassed by their North London rivals.

WhoScored: 2-1

Jose Mourinho boasts a fine home league record against Arsenal, winning six and drawing four of 10 meetings with the Gunners. Spurs are unbeaten in nine in the league and are well placed to extend that record with another three points on Sunday.

Liverpool vs Wolves

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 2-1

Despite their injuries, Liverpool are still formidable at Anfield. Wolves will pose a significant challenge, but I see them falling short.

WhoScored: 1-0

Wolves have a superb record against the big teams in general but have lost each of the last four against Liverpool. With Jimenez out and no obvious replacement, it's hard to see them ending that streak at Anfield.

Brighton vs Southampton

Ryan Elliott (oddschecker): 1-1

Saints look the stronger side, but Brighton are still a tough outfit to beat, and look better than their points total suggests.

WhoScored: 1-2

Saints have won their last three trips to the AMEX. The availability of Danny Ings would be a huge boost, but Ralph Hasenhuttl's side may have enough to secure a narrow victory even without the England international.

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