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Lawro’s Premier League Predictions for Easter Saturday & 17/1 Accumulator

Lawro predictions

Easter Saturday has just four Premier League fixtures and BBC pundit Mark Lawrenson has picked out his score predictions for each game. We just need the team to win prediction for our accumulator tip which can be seen below.

Saturday’s football gets underway at 12.30pm with Tottenham vs Brighton before two 3pm matches: Manchester United vs Norwich and Southampton vs Arsenal. The evening kick-off is Watford vs Brentford and two of those matches are big ones for the bottom of the table, where Watford and Norwich are desperate for points.

 

Lawro’s Saturday Accumulator

Tottenham to win vs Brighton

Man United to win vs Norwich

Southampton vs Arsenal Draw

Brentford to win vs Watford

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Brighton vs Tottenham

Brighton got a brilliant win at Arsenal last weekend, but it is hard to see a repeat of that result on their return to north London, because Tottenham are absolutely flying at the moment.

Spurs have won their past four games and with the Gunners, Manchester United and West Ham all dropping points recently, they are now in a strong position in the race for fourth place.

A couple more wins, and they could be even further ahead. They will know that, and that should keep them focused.

Lawro’s prediction: 2-0

 

Man United vs Norwich

Norwich are hanging on in there aren’t they? They have not thrown in the towel yet, and showed it with their win over Burnley last weekend.

There has been plenty of talk that Ajax boss Erik ten Hag is about to become Manchester United’s next manager but, for the time being, Ralf Rangnick is still interim boss and it is not working for them.

That arrangement can work – Guus Hiddink showed that when he had four months with Chelsea and won the FA Cup in 2009 – but the Blues had a strong and united dressing room to help to run the team the right way, which United clearly don’t have.

They should still beat Norwich, of course, but too many of their players seem to be thinking ‘does it really matter?’ right now, and that won’t change until the new manager arrives.

Lawro’s prediction: 2-0

 

Southampton vs Arsenal

Southampton have lost five of their past six games in all competitions but, with three defeats out of four, Arsenal are having a wobble as well.

The Gunners are without Thomas Partey as well as Kieran Tierney and they are really missing the pair of them. I don’t look at them and think they are going to go to St Mary’s and win.

Lawro’s prediction: 1-1

 

Watford vs Brentford

Brentford are on a roll now, with four wins out of their past five games.

I don’t know what is going to happen with Christian Eriksen because I am reading how all sorts of teams want to buy him in the summer, but he has arguably been the signing of the season and I’d love it if the Bees could find a way to keep him.

Watford, in contrast, have lost four of their past five games. Usually, when you look at teams trying to stay up, you point to their home form being crucial but the Hornets have a dreadful record at Vicarage Road, and I don’t think it will improve on Saturday.

Lawro’s prediction: 1-2

 

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