EPL Midweek Predictions – Gurgler v People per Points Scored

Here are the Gurgler's EPL midweek Predictions. This midweek we take on people per point scored of each team in our quest to bear go head to head with new foes, some of which are not human but still better than us.

Midweek football league

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and an early Xmas present is midweek football and our EPL midweek predictions.

There’s nothing better for the weeks before Christmas than a full book of EPL to get one through the early meh-ning boredom.

Onto our EPL midweek predictions for this week.

Each week since Matchday 6 we have pitted ourselves against a variety of obscure human and non human tipping methods. This week’s EPL Midweek predictions are no exception.

After taking on Brexit voting last weekend, we move onto another statistical opponent this week. We are taking on tips decided by the amount of people in that team’s town/city/borough per point scored so far. The fewer people per point, the better the performance too.

That means the team with the lowest amount of people per point scored gets the tip. Where possible we tried to use the correct boroufgh, and where that wasn’t possible we used the number of people in the greater area and divided by the number of teams. Like in Liverpool and Manchester.

After a weekend of high scoring and upsets, the action on the field will be hard to top. The tipping off the field needs an improvement on both sides too.


The Gurgler’s EPL midweek predictions.

LEICESTER to beat Bournemouth
DRAW – Everton v Arsenal
WEST HAM to beat Burnley
LIVERPOOL to beat Middlesbrough
SUNDERLAND to beat Chelsea
MANCHESTER UNITED to beat Crystal Palace
WEST BROM to beat Swansea
MANCHESTER CITY to beat Watford
STOKE to beat Southampton
SPURS to beat Hull

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EPL midweek predictions based on People per Point scored

Population per Point scored in brackets

BOURNEMOUTH (10,222) to beat LEICESTER (20625)
ARSENAL (6,500) to beat Everton (12,000)
BURNLEY (4,295)  to beat West Ham (24,923)
LIVERPOOL (7,741) to beat Middlesbrough (11,666)
CHELSEA (4,189) to beat Sunderland (25,000)
MANCHESTER UTD (10,108) to beat Crystal Palace (25,066)
WEST BROM (15,800) to beat Swansea (37,666)
WATFORD (4,285) to beat Manchester City (8,566)
SOUTHAMPTON (12,700) to beat Stoke (13,210)
SPURS (9,925) to beat Hull (21,500)



Currently we are better than our opponents, but getting less than 50% correct, and getting worse. Some very ordinary tipping really.


Total – 40 / 100 (only started Match Day 6)
Average – 4.0 / 10

Best: 6/10 (1) – Worst 2/10 (1) – Last Week 2/10


Total – 38 / 100 (39%)
Average – 3.8 / 10

3 Year Old – 6/10

7 Month Old – 3/10

Pack of Cards – 3/10

The Dog – 2/10

Cars that drove past – 5/10

Frankington Stanley 2/10

Scrabble – 5/10

Alphabetical Order – 4/10

Colour of Kits – 5/10

Brexit Voting – 3/10




About Theydon Bois 283 Articles
Born and raised on the banks of Yebri Creek, Theydon Bois has always been obsessed by sport. A stellar career of Underage B sides, RSL Social Golf, C Grade Warehouse and D Grade Indoor Cricket didn’t showcase much talent, but provided a window into the love for any game, any time. Theydon follows as much as he can and will provide opinion, ideas, and best tips and bets for most sports*. A particular interest in English Football sees Theydon Bois up every Saturday night until 2am with two laptops, smartphones, IPad and a radio feed of Soccer Saturday. A lifelong fan of underperforming, mediocre, disappointing teams will not sway his enthusiasm for sport. *Rugby Union not included.

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