EPL Matchday 17 Predictions – Nothing Says Working Week like UK Midweek Football

Nothing Says Working Week like UK Midweek Football and our EPL Matchday 17 Predictions

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Nothing Says Working Week like UK Midweek Football and our EPL Matchday 17 Predictions and here is our quickest effort yet.

 

A FEW OUR OF FAVOURITE THINGS FOR THE EPL MATCHDAY 17 PREDICTIONS AHEAD

FTA GAME in AUSTRALIA – SPURS v BRIGHTON
(6:30am / 5:30am) SBS TV)

 

 

GURGLER’S EPL TIPPING COMPETITION

Each week we will put our tips up against an opponent, just like Lawro’s tips on the BBC Football website. But instead of having famous comedian and musicians we’ve never heard of, we put our tips up against a different type of opponent.

We determine tips based on some ridiculous premise or statistic, and we then see if arse truly does beat class.

This week’s opponent tips are based on the unemployment rate of each city, given it is what we might face if caught watching too much EPL.

 

OUR EPL MATCHDAY 17 PREDICTIONS

Onto our selections for the round ahead, with added scores to take on Lawro from the BBC.   Our bold predictions for score are alongside our weekly tips.

BURNLEY to beat Stoke (2-0)
CHELSEA to beat Huddersfield (2-0)
CRYSTAL PALACE to beat Watford (4-2)
DRAW – Swansea v Man City (1-1)
EVERTON to beat Newcastle (2-1)
LEICESTER to beat Southampton (2-0)
LIVERPOOL to beat WBA (5-0)
MANCHESTER UNTIED to beat Bournemouth (3-0)
SPURS to beat Brighton (1-0)
ARSENAL to beat West Ham (3-0)

 

THIS WEEK’S OPPONENT:

 EPL MATCHDAY 17 PREDICTIONS USING UNEMPLOYMENT RATES

With the EPL Matchday 17 being part of the Australian midweek working week, why not have tips based on UK Unemployment of each team’s cities.

The lower the rate the better, and that team gets the tip. Rates taken from regional areas via a website which we forgot to note.

Unemployment rate in brackets

BURNLEY (4.7%) to beat Stoke (5.1%)
HUDDERSFIELD (5.0%) to beat Chelsea (5.5%)
DRAW – Crystal Palace v Watford (Both 5.5%)
DRAW – Swansea v Man City (Both 4.7%)
EVERTON (4.7%) to beat Newcastle (6.5%)
SOUTHAMPTON (3.7%) to beat Leicester (4.3%)
LIVERPOOL (4.7%) to beat West Brom (5.1%)
BOURNEMOUTH (3.7%) to beat Man Utd (4.7%)
BRIGHTON (3.5%) to beat Spurs (5.5%)
DRAW – West Ham v Arsenal (Both 5.5%)

 

EPL TIPPING COMPETITION SEASON RESULTS

THE GURGLER – 50% – 79 / 160 (10 Correct Scores)

LAST WEEK 3/10 – 0 Correct Scores

ALL OPPONENTS – 37% – 57 / 160

MD1 v 2017-18 SEASON PREDICTIONS – 6 / 10
MD2 v BREXIT VOTING – 4 / 10
MD3 v HOME CROWD % – 3 / 10
MD4 v END OF SEASON IMPROVEMENT AFTER ROUND 3 – 4 / 10
MD5 v AVERAGE VALUE PER PLAYER – 4 / 10
MD6 v AVERAGE VALUE PER PLAYER PER POINT – 3 / 10
MD7 v UNITED NATIONS – 2 / 10
MD8 v TITLES WON – 2 / 10
MD9 v UK RAINFALL – 1 / 10
MD10 v POST LEAGUE CUP FORM 17-18 – 6/10
MD11 v HOME / AWAY KIT – 5/10
MD12 v POST INTERNATIONAL BREAK FORM – 3/10
MD13 v UK CARS STOLEN – 3/10
MD14 v XMAS SHOPPING – 5/10
MD15 v INJURY TOLL – 2/10
MD16 v SISTER CITIES – 2/10

 

THE GURGLER 5 O’ THE BEST MULTI FOR EPL MATCHDAY 16 PREDICTIONS

Since we’re unlikely to pick 10 out of ten, we’ve selected our finest 5 picks and multi them up for maximum payday.

CHELSEA to beat Huddersfield
LEICESTER to beat Southampton
LIVERPOOL to beat WBA
MAN UTD to beat Bournemouth
SPURS to beat Brighton

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About Theydon Bois 278 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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