Zapsportz weekend predictions: Glenn Hoddle backs Spurs to turn up the heat on Chelsea

Date: 28th April 2017 at 11:49 am
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ZAPSPORTZ team leader Glenn Hoddle reckons Tottenham can close the gap on leaders Chelsea to two points after another crucial series of weekend fixtures.

The former Spurs player and manager is showing no ‘old school’ bias at all; just giving his expert opinion that is among the best on the box. And here on zapsportz.

Top TV pundit Glenn backs his old club, the one closest to his heart, to beat North London rivals Arsenal on Sunday whilst predicting Everton will hold Chelsea to a draw. So the gap closes.

Editor Dave Smith agrees and predicts a 3-2 Tottenham win at the Lane, whilst Harry Harris is erring on the side of caution by going for a draw.

One thing we all agree on is that Chelsea will have to settle for a point at Goodison, so keeping the race for the title wide open.

Check out our weekend predictions, and let us know if you agree – or disagree – with our weekend predictions. It’s all about opinions….

 

GLENN HODDLE

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SATURDAY

Southampton v Hull. 2-1

Stoke v West Ham 2-0

Sunderland v Bournemouth 1-1

West Brom v Leicester. 2-1

Crystal Palace v Burnley  2-0

SUNDAY

Manchester United v Swansea 1-1

Everton v Chelsea 1-1

Middlesbrough v Manchester City 0-3

Spurs v Arsenal 2-1

MONDAY

Watford v Liverpool 1-3

HARRY HARRIS

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SATURDAY

Southampton v Hull 2-0

Stoke v West Ham 1-0

Sunderland v Bournemouth 0-2

West Brom v Leicester 1-1

Crystal Palace v Burnley 2-0

SUNDAY

Manchester United v Swansea 2-0

Everton v Chelsea 1-1

Middlesbrough v Manchester City 0-2

Spurs v Arsenal 1-1

MONDAY

Watford v Liverpool 0-2

 

DAVE SMITH

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SATURDAY

Southampton v Hull 2-1

Stoke v West Ham 1-1

Sunderland v Bournemouth 2-1

West Brom v Leicester 2-2

Crystal Palace v Burnley 2-1

SUNDAY

Manchester United v Swansea 4-1

Everton v Chelsea 1-1

Middlesbrough v Manchester City 1-3

Spurs v Arsenal 3-2

MONDAY

Watford v Liverpool 1-2

 


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