Zapsportz predictions: Glenn Hoddle backs Chelsea to win title tonight – Harry and Dave say they will have to wait

Date: 12th May 2017 at 12:06 pm
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N’GOLO Kante, as we reported earlier here on zapsportz, will enter a special Hall of Fame this evening IF Chelsea beat West Brom at the Hawthorns. A second successive Premier League title success with two different clubs.

Whilst Zaps team leader Glenn Hoddle predicts a Blues win that will clinch the title, Harry Harris and Dave Smith feel the champagne will have to stay on ice as we go for a draw.

If that is the scenario, it will mean Chelsea can then seal the deal at home to Watford on Monday. Perhaps, it would be more fitting for Antonio Conte’s men to do it in front of their own fans.

However, according to Harry, they may not have to wait til Monday to be crowned champions.

Whilst Glenn and Dave are going for a Spurs win in their last game at the Lane (so keeping the race alive…just), a draw against United will see the title going back to the Bridge on Sunday, as Harry suggests.

So let’s see what or team of experts and predicting over the weekend – and how we think the top of the table will look come Sunday evening…

GLENN HODDLE

Friday

Everton v Watford 2-0

West Brom v Chelsea  1-2

Saturday

Manchester City v Leicester 3-1

Bournemouth v Burnley  2-2

Middlesbrough v Southampton 2-1

Sunderland v Swansea 1-1

Stoke v Arsenal 1-2

Sunday

Crystal Palace v Hull 1-1

West Ham v Liverpool 1-1

Spurs v Manchester United 2-0

 HERE’S HOW THE TOP OF THE TABLE WILL LOOK ACCORDING TO GLENN ON SUNDAY EVENING

  1. Chelsea 87 pts (champions on Friday)
  2. Spurs 80 pts
  3. Man City 72 pts
  4. Liverpool 71 pts
  5. Arsenal 69 pts
  6. Man United 65 pts

 HARRY HARRIS

Friday

Everton v Watford. 3-0

West Brom v Chelsea 1-1

Saturday

Manchester City v Leicester 3-0

Bournemouth v Burnley 2-0

Middlesbrough v Southampton 1-1

Sunderland v Swansea 1-1

Stoke v Arsenal 1-1

Sunday

Crystal Palace v Hull 3-0

West Ham v Liverpool 1-1

Spurs v Manchester United 1-1

HERE’S HOW THE TOP OF THE TABLE WILL LOOK ACCORDING TO HARRY ON SUNDAY EVENING

  1. Chelsea 85 pts (champions on Sunday)
  2. Spurs 78 pts
  3. Man City 72 pts
  4. Liverpool 71 pts
  5. Arsenal 67 pts
  6. Man United 66 pts

 

DAVE SMITH

Friday

Everton v Watford 3-1

West Brom v Chelsea 1-1

Saturday

Manchester City v Leicester 3-2

Bournemouth v Burnley 2-1

Middlesbrough v Southampton 1-1

Sunderland v Swansea 1-2

Stoke v Arsenal 2-2

Sunday

Crystal Palace v Hull 3-0

West Ham v Liverpool 1-2

Spurs v Manchester United 3-2

 

HERE’S HOW THE TOP OF THE TABLE WILL LOOK ACCORDING TO DAVE ON SUNDAY EVENING

  1. Chelsea 85 pts (champions on Monday)
  2. Spurs 80 pts
  3. Liverpool 73 pts
  4. Man City 72 pts
  5. Arsenal 67 pts
  6. Man United 65 pts

 


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