StanJames' Premier League Predictor Competition | Week 4

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After the International break last weekend the Premier League Predictor Competition returns this Saturday and its starts with a real cracker, the Manchester Derby! 

Don't forget, as well as the weekly free bets we'll be giving away prizes for the top three players each month and the overall season. The monthly races will start during the first week of September and continue through to the end of the Premier League season. Results will be tallied on your total score, so there's plenty of time to get involved. We'll be posting the updated league tables as soon as possible. 


All you have to do is head over to our Predictor Competition, complete the quick registration form then simply enter your selections for the upcoming Premier League fixtures. Three points are awarded for a correct score and one for a correct result. The overall winner will bag a £25 Free Bet and anyone who beats StanJames will receive a £5 free bet. Free bets will be credited within 48 hours.

Man Utd  2-0 Man City 12:30pm

Jose and Pep face off for the first time in the Premier League. Free scoring Man City are missing Agüero through suspension while United have an in-form Zlatan up front. Who will draw first blood in this season long battle?

Arsenal  3-1  Southampton 3.00pm

Arsenal lost their opener at home to Liverpool but have recovered recently with a win at Watford. Southampton haven’t won yet this season and have drawn at home against two pre-season relegation favourites Sunderland and Watford. 

Bournemouth 1-1 West Brom 3.00pm

The Cherries have not enjoyed a good start to the season with 1 point from 3 games. A draw a way to Palace last week will have been a boost though. West Brom have been inconsistent and it depends which team turns up on the day. Berahin-who?

Burnley 3-2 Hull 3.00pm

Burnley started with a home win against Liverpool while Hull upset Champions Leicester. Both teams are expected to be involved in the relegation battle so both will be looking for three points against a relegation rival.

Middlesbrough 3-0 Crystal Palace 3.00pm

Palaces’s new striker Benteke has yet to start repaying his 30 million price tag and they will need his goals if they are to get past a Boro side that is unbeaten in the league this season. Boro have started well and have loan signing Negredo in fine form.

Stoke 2-1 Spurs 3.00pm

This fixture last year finished 0-4 to Spurs but we are unlikely to see something similar as both teams have struggled to find the net so far this year. Stoke are currently bottom a position which belies their talented squad while Spurs talisman Harry Kane is having a similarly slow start. 

West Ham 2-0 Watford 3.00pm

The Hammers have not enjoyed a good start including European disappointment but they should pick up their second home league win of the season against a struggling Watford side who already look to be among the relegation candidates

Liverpool  2-1 Leicester 3.00pm

The Champions recovered from their shock loss at Hull to draw at Arsenal then beat Swansea and appear to be hitting their stride. Liverpool have had an inconsistent start but this is their first home game of the season and they will be confident.

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