Lawro’s Predictions: 79/1 Accumulator from the 3pm Premier League Matches
BBC pundit Lawro has picked out his predictions for this weekend’s Premier League fixtures and if you fancy a bet, the odds are 79/1 for his Saturday 3pm matches to be correct.
There are a total of five 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League on Saturday 5th March and we have added all five of Lawro’s predictions to a betting slip with the best odds available being 79/1 at SBK.
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Lawro’s Saturday Predictions
Aston Villa to win vs Southampton
Chelsea to win vs Burnley
Newcastle to win vs Brighton
Norwich vs Brentford Draw
Wolves to win vs Crystal Palace
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Aston Villa v Southampton
Southampton are one of the form teams in the Premier League at the moment – the Saints kept marching on in the FA Cup in midweek too, despite making lots of changes, and it’s seven games unbeaten now in all competitions for Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side.
Villa’s results, in contrast, have been up and down in recent weeks but they have still been creating plenty of chances in most of those games and I think they will cause Southampton some problems.
Lawro’s prediction: 2-1
Burnley v Chelsea
Off the pitch, Chelsea’s future is uncertain after Roman Abramovich put the club up for sale but I don’t think that will affect the players much.
This is awkward-looking game for them, but then so was their trip to Luton in the FA Cup.
Burnley were just starting to build a bit of momentum before they lost to Leicester on Tuesday, and I think that defeat will set them back a little bit – Chelsea should edge this one too.
Lawro’s prediction: 0-1
Newcastle v Brighton
Newcastle’s run just keeps on going – they are seven unbeaten now in the league, and have won four of their past five games – and they keep climbing away from the relegation zone.
Brighton are at the other end of the form table, and have now lost three in a row which is their worst run of the season. They’ve not scored in any of those defeats either, but it’s nothing new for them to be short of goals.
All things considered, it has to be another Newcastle win here – their improvement shows what a difference a bit of momentum and confidence can make, and a big home crowd will help them on Saturday too.
Lawro’s prediction: 2-0
Norwich v Brentford
Brentford just need something – anything – to stop the rot after only taking one point from their past eight games. Christian Eriksen will help there, because they won’t struggle to create chances with him in the team.
Norwich had a bit of a run of form at the start of the year but their results have dropped off in the past few weeks, and they are back on the bottom of the table.
A win would be huge for both sides. I just have a feeling that neither of them will get it.
Lawro’s prediction: 1-1
Wolves v Crystal Palace
Wolves come into this game off the back of two away defeats, at Arsenal and West Ham, which means they have slipped a bit behind the top six.
Bruno Lage’s side are still very good at what they do, though, and they never seem to be opened up at all. This will be close, because Palace are always very competitive too, but I’m going with Wolves to edge it.
Lawro’s prediction: 2-1
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