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MATCHWEEK 31 challenges Score Predictor users to guesstimate a mixture of Premier League and FA Cup fixtures.

This slight tweak makes things interesting but the format remains the same.

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Spurs swaggered to an impressive win last weekend


Spurs swaggered to an impressive win last weekendCredit: Getty

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Fulham v Tottenham

Spurs produced a statement performance at Villa Park last weekend and if Son Heung-min and company are able to replicate the same free-flowing attacking football at Craven Cottage then the hosts will find their opponents difficult to resist.

Arsenal are the only team to have scored more league goals away from home than Ange Postecoglou’s outfit this season.

The Cottagers are a well-coached side sitting comfortably in mid-table but defeat to Wolves last time out makes them underdogs for Saturday’s London derby.

Spurs have won eight of the last nine league meetings with Fulham.

Our Prediction: 2-1 to Tottenham

Manchester City v Newcastle

Another FA Cup for the collection?


Another FA Cup for the collection?Credit: Getty

With an international break to follow, both sides are expected to name strong starting line-ups in this FA Cup quarter-final.

Newcastle have slipped to tenth in the league and the fact they’ve conceded 16 goals in their last seven games suggests their defence is not suitably prepared for an Etihad onslaught.

Pep Guardiola’s side are undefeated on home soil in 2023/24 and with the league far from a certainty, the decorated tactician will surely be keen to retain the FA Cup.

The Magpies have had their moments against City in recent meetings but this one feels like an ill-timed match-up for them.

Our Prediction: 3-1 to Manchester City

Chelsea v Leicester

A man in form


A man in formCredit: PA

Leicester are about as strong as second-tier teams comes but they’ve wobbled in the last month and suddenly their return to the top flight no longer seems a forgone conclusion.

The King Power faithful probably wouldn’t be all that heartbroken if their side were eliminated from the FA Cup, allowing sole focus on their quest for promotion.

Conversely, Chelsea should prioritise the competition as their league ambitions are severely limited at this stage.

The hosts’ only defeat in their last seven games came against Liverpool (in extra time) in the Carabao Cup final.

The Blues’ defence remains vulnerable but they have looked more potent in attack lately, led by the excellent Cole Palmer.

Our Prediction: 2-1 to Chelsea

West Ham v Aston Villa

The Hammers only mustered a draw at home to Burnley


The Hammers only mustered a draw at home to BurnleyCredit: Getty

Two teams coming off the back of disappointing results last time out – the Hammers only drew at home to Burnley while the Villains were thoroughly outplayed by Spurs.

Both sides will also have played in Europe on Thursday night so it’s not all that easy to get a read on this match-up at the time of writing.

That being said, Villa’s away form has improved steadily as the season has progressed – only the three title contenders have earned more points on the road – while West Ham’s home record is merely average.

David Moyes’ side have looked much better since Lucas Paqueta was reunited with Mohammed Kudus and Jarrod Bowen in the front three but it’s hard to ignore the cracks in their midfield and defence.

Both teams to score feels like a good starting point.

Our Prediction: 3-2 to Aston Villa

Manchester United v Liverpool

Will Mohamed Salah be unleashed from the get-go at Old Trafford?


Will Mohamed Salah be unleashed from the get-go at Old Trafford?Credit: Alamy

A classic fixture to complete the weekend.

Jurgen Klopp may choose to rest key players against Sparta Prague this evening having won the first leg 5-1 and so the Red Devils should expect a strong line-up from their rivals at Old Trafford.

Erik ten Hag’s side beat Everton last time out but they conceded plenty of shots once again; a similarly porous defensive display this weekend would surely be punished by Mohamed Salah, Darwin Nunez and friends.

Man United held firm at Anfield for a 0-0 back in October but the previous meeting between these two sides ended 7-0 to the Merseysiders.

The hosts are missing important players in defence and it’s hard to envisage them resisting Liverpool’s relentless “heavy metal football” if the visitors are able to build momentum.

Our Prediction: 3-1 to Liverpool

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