We predict the results of the biggest weekend of English Football

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We’ve just had a season defining round of fixtures with United coming from behind to win, Chelsea showing that they have no desire or ambition and look destined for 5th, while Arsenal will need to up their game to hold onto 6th. City are going to be crowned champions sooner rather than later and the only thing left to be decided is the order of the top four behind them. The first match of this round will define whether Liverpool or United have the better season.

Dirk’s gone walkabout in Ozzie looking for a sheep.

MATCH: Man. United 2 – 1 Liverpool

Tyron – Arsenal fan

Man. United 1 – 1 Liverpool

They hate each other, but they both have won trophies, unlike Spurs.

Dirk – Man City Fan

My 10 favourite sheep breeds #10

The Suffolk breed originated in England and was the result of crossing Southdown rams on Norfolk Horned ewes – mmm tasty

Marcel- Man Utd fan

Man. United 2 – 1 Liverpool

It’s my birthday, I want a win as a present.

Points: 0-0-2

MATCH: Newcastle 3 – 0 Southampton

Tyron:

Newcastle 2 – 1 Southampton

Newcastle playing better football, but havent won a trophy in a long time, like Spurs.

Dirk:

#9 The Cheviot originated in the Cheviot Hills, on the border of England and Scotland as early as 1372. Introduced to Australia in 1938, the Cheviot has proved its ability to withstand the cold, wet Winters of Southern Australia – mmm tasty

Marcel:

Newcastle 1 – 1 Southampton

Not enough quality in either side to force a win.

Points: 1-0-2

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MATCH: West Brom 1 – 4 Leicester City

Tyron:

West Brom 0 – 2 Leicester City

Leicester have won the league in the last two seasons, Spurs havent for 57 years.

Dirk:

#8 Named after the Yorkshire valley of Swaledale, the Swaledale breed is found throughout the more mountainous areas of Great Britain, but particularly in County Durham, Yorkshire, and the lower fells of Cumbria – mmm tasty

Marcel:

West Brom 0 – 1 Leicester City

West Brom are going down, this is just another nail in the coffin

Points: 2-0-3

MATCH:  West Ham 0 – 3 Burnley

Tyron:

West Ham 0 – 0 Burnley

No idea who wins this, but if someone wins the game they will happy, unlike Spurs who lost to Juventus this week

Dirk:

#7 The Merino breed of fine-wool sheep originating in Spain and was known as early as the 12th century. According to historians, the Merino industry was so valuable that the penalty for exporting the sheep was death – mmm tasty

Marcel:

West Ham 1 – 1 Burnley

Sticking my neck out here for Burnley who haven’t been great lately.

Points: 2-0-3

MATCH: Everton 2 – 0 Brighton

Tyron:

Everton 1 – 0 Brighton

Everton are much better at home, unlike Spurs who lost at home to Juventus

Dirk:

#6 n the Middle Ages, the mutton of black-fleeced Welsh Mountain Sheep was prized for its richness and excellence. The black wool, known as Cochddu (reddish brown) was much sought-after by merchants – mmm tasty

Marcel:

Everton 1 – 1 Brighton

No winners in a potentially action filled match with too little quality when it matters

Points: 3-0-3

MATCH: Huddersfield 0 – 0 Swansea

Tyron:

Huddersfield 0 – 1 Swansea

Swansea are the better team here much like Juventus were against Spurs on Wednesday

Dirk:

#5 Hampshire Down flocks were established more than 150 years ago. The breed originated by crossing the Wiltshire Horn and the Berkshire Knot with the Southdown – mmm tasty

Marcel:

Huddersfield 0 – 1 Swansea

Bottom of the table battle. I predicted Swansea would survive and Huddersfield wouldn’t this is one of those big matches

Points: 3-0-3

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MATCH: Chelsea 2 – 1 Crystal Palace

Tyron:

Chelsea 1 – 0 Crystal Palace

London derby, the only other team people care about in London is Arsenal. Best three London sides after all.

Dirk:

#4 The Icelandic sheep is one of the world’s oldest and purest breeds of sheep. Throughout its 1100 years of history, the Icelandic breed has been truly triple-purpose, treasured for its meat, fiber and milk – mmm tasty

Marcel:

Chelsea 1 – 0 Crystal Palace

Frankly, if Chelsea put on another shitshow performance like last week they might as well say good bye to Hazard and Courtois right away

Points: 4-0-4

MATCH: Arsenal 3 – 0 Watford

Tyron:

Arsenal 2 – 1 Watford

Because I watched Watfod win at Emirates live and now they are my second Spurs.

Dirk:

#3 The original Romney Marsh sheep were developed on low lying land in Kent and Sussex, adjoining the English Channel – mmm tasty

Marcel:

Arsenal 0 – 1 Watford

Wounded animals are dangerous, so are Watford.

Points: 5-0-4

MATCH: Bournemouth 1 – 4 Tottenham

Tyron:

Bournemouth 1 – 2 Tottenham

But they still lost to Juventus and are out of another trophy hunt

Dirk:

#2 Lincoln longwool sheep appear to have originated more than 5000 years ago in Lincolnshire in East Anglia, England – mmm tasty

Marcel:

Bournemouth 0 – 2 Tottenham

Champions League defeat will have been punished on the training field. Only one winner here

Points: 6-0-5

MATCH: Stoke City – Man City

Tyron:

Stoke City 0 – 3 Man City

Do you know that if you double Harry Kanes career trophies he would still have 0

Dirk:

#1 One of the world’s most beautiful and rare sheep comes from the hills of the Cotswolds in England, less than 20 miles from the Welsh border – mm tasty

Marcel:

Stoke City 0 – 2 Man City

Hopefully more entertaining than City’s last match but should be another 3 points for the citizens

Leave a comment below if you disagree with our predictions or just make your own

Points: 0-0-0

This season we score things a little differently, we’ll award 3 points to the outright winner or 1 each for draws. The loser gets none!

Name Rounds Wins Draws Losses Points
Tyron 21 7 5 9 26
Marcel 21 6 5 10 23
Dirk 21 3 1 17 10

Standings at the end of Head2Head Round 20

Images: PremierLeague.com

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