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Beat Sav in our midweek Premier League Prediction Competition


Can you beat Planet Sport football ambassador Robbie Savage in this midweek edition of our Premier League prediction competition?

The return of Premier League football saw some impressive performances from some of Planet Sport’s Beat Sav competition entrants, especially our weekend winner Sam Jones, who managed to call no fewer than five Correct Scores from the ten games to head our leaderboard with a tasty 18-point haul.

That proved too much for Planet’s Sport’s football ambassador Robbie Savage, who did manage to predict a couple of Correct Scores himself, but his 8-point tally was still worse than 27% of last week’s entrants.


  1. 18 pts Sam Jones (5 correct scores, + 3 match results)
  2. 15 pts Lisa Gauler (4 correct scores, + 3 match results)
  3. 14 pts Mike Kirton (4 correct scores, + 2 match results)

To find out how you measured up against Robbie and everyone else, then just visit the leaderboard page here for all the latest weekly and overall updates.


  1. 151 pts Tipstrr (24 correct scores, + 79 match results)
  2. 133 pts Robbie Savage (18 correct scores, + 79 match results)
  3. 115 pts PlanetSport (15 correct scores, + 81 match results)
  4. 108 pts Football365 (11 correct scores, + 75 match results)
  5.   94 pts TEAMtalk (6 correct scores, + 76 match results)

The competition remains open to all to enter your predictions for Week 23, which gets under way when the first first midweek games at Newcastle Utd and Nottingham Forest kick off at 7.30pm on Tuesday, April 2nd.

Entry remains dead easy and completely free, and all details can be found here

Week 23 predictions

The predictions of the five teams are listed below, so if you think you can do better, then just visit the competition page to enter your own predictions.

Newcastle Utd v Everton

  • Tipstrr: 2-0
  • Robbie: 2-0
  • Planet Sport: 3-1
  • TEAMtalk: 2-1
  • Football365: x-x

With just five drawn points from their last 12 league games, there seems no end in sight for Everton’s dismal run of form, and things won’t get any easier at St James’s Park, where Newcastle have banged in 13 goals in their last four home league games, crowned by Saturday’s dramatic 4-3 comeback win against West Ham. 

Latest Betting:

  • 10/1 Correct Score 2-0
  • 20/21 Newcastle win

Nottingham Forest v Fulham

  • Tipstrr: 2-1
  • Robbie: 1-1
  • Planet Sport: 1-2
  • TEAMtalk: 1-3
  • Football365: x-x

Even without their 4-point deduction, Forest have slid into the relegation quagmire after winning just one of their last ten games, although two straight battling draws should give them hope against a Fulham side that was put to the sword by struggling Sheffield Utd on Saturday, and could count themselves lucky to have scored two late goals to salvage a 3-3 draw. 

Latest Betting:

  • 8/1 Correct Score 2-1
  • 6/4 Forest win

Bournemouth v Crystal Palace

  • Tipstrr: 3-1
  • Robbie: 2-1
  • Planet Sport: 2-1
  • TEAMtalk: 1-1
  • Football365: x-x

Bournemouth have made the most kind run of fixtures against struggling teams, picking up three wins and a draw from their last four games, and they will fancy their chances of picking up more points against a Crystal Palace team that blows hot and cold, having own just one of their last seven league games, although they have also only lost one of their last five.

Latest Betting:

  • 12/1 Correct Score 3-1
  • 17/20 Bournemouth win

Burnley v Wolves

  • Tipstrr: 2-0
  • Robbie: 1-0
  • Planet Sport: 0-2
  • TEAMtalk: 2-1
  • Football365: x-x

It might be too little too late, but Burnley are battling to the end of this troubled campaign, perfectly illustrated by Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Chelsea, where they levelled twice despite being down to 10 men. More of the same could extend their three-game unbeaten run Wolves, who performed like a mid-table side with little to played for in Saturday’s 2-0 reversal at Aston Villa.

Latest Betting:

  • 14/1 Correct Score 2-0
  • 7/4 Burnley win

West Ham Utd v Tottenham Hotspur

  • Tipstrr: 2-3
  • Robbie: 2-1
  • Planet Sport: 1-3
  • TEAMtalk: 3-2
  • Football365: x-x

Having been unbeaten in four league games, West Ham will be kicking themselves for squandering a 3-1 advantage to lose 4-3 at Newcastle on Saturday. They will be tested further here by London neighbours Spurs, who themselves stumbled to a 2-1 comeback win against Luton, but who will give the home defence plenty to think about here. 

Latest Betting:

  • 14/1 Correct Score 2-3
  • 11/10 Spurs win

Arsenal v Luton Town

  • Tipstrr: 4-0
  • Robbie: 4-0
  • Planet Sport: 4-0
  • TEAMtalk: 5-1
  • Football365: x-x

Arsenal’s free-scoring eight-game winning streak ended on Sunday, but they will see their goalless draw at Manchester City very much as a point gained, and they should have a more productive time in front of goal against a Luton Town side that has conceded 30 goals in ten winless league games (D3, L7) and have not kept a clean sheet on their travels all season. 

Latest Betting:

  • 17/2 Correct Score 4-0
  • 1/8 Arsenal win

Brentford v Brighton

  • Tipstrr: 1-2
  • Robbie: 2-1
  • Planet Sport: 1-2
  • TEAMtalk: 2-1
  • Football365: x-x

Two wins and two draws in their last 16 league games has put Brentford on the fringes of the relegation dogfight, and despite showing some character to grab a late equaliser against Manchester United on Saturday, they look likely to have their work cut out against a more enterprising Brighton side.. 

Latest Betting:

  • 8/1 Correct Score 1-2
  • 6/4 Brighton win

Manchester City v Aston Villa

  • Tipstrr: 3-0
  • Robbie: 3-1
  • Planet Sport: 2-1
  • TEAMtalk: 3-1
  • Football365: x-x

Manchester City’s goal-scoring prowess has deserted them a little of late, having scored more than one goal in just one of their last six league games. Villa are unbeaten in their last five away league games, but can expect that record to be put under pressure against the champions, who are unlikely to draw another blanks after being held to a goalless draw by Arsenal on Sunday.

Latest Betting:

  • 8/1 Correct Score 3-0
  • 1/4 Manchester City win

Liverpool v Sheffield Utd

  • Tipstrr: 5-0
  • Robbie: 4-0
  • Planet Sport: 4-0
  • TEAMtalk: 4-0
  • Football365: x-x

Of Liverpool’s last ten visitors, only Manchester City have managed to concede fewer than two goals as the Reds have banged in 33 goals in nine wins either side of that 1-1 draw. Sheffield United’s main objective is likely to be damage limitation, but if they concede early, then the Blades’ defence could be in for a very long night.

Latest Betting:

  • 10/1 Correct Score 5-0
  • 1/12 Liverpool win

Chelsea v Manchester Utd

  • Tipstrr: 1-1
  • Robbie: 2-1
  • Planet Sport: 2-2
  • TEAMtalk: 2-2
  • Football365: x-x

Chelsea have scored at least twice in each of their last five competitive games, but won’t be happy about letting 10-man Burnley off the hook in Saturday’s 2-2 draw, especially after twice taking the lead. They will need to up their game for the arrival of Manchester United, but with both stumbling heavyweights struggling for consistent potency, we expect this encounter to end all square.

Latest Betting:

  • 7/1 Correct Score 1-1
  • 14/5 Draw

All betting prices provided by Planet Sport Bet and were correct at the time of writing.

Entry remains dead easy and completely free:

  • Visit the competition page here
  • Log in or register to take part
  • Select Tipstrr from the Referrer dropdown box (we want you on our team!!)
  • Make your Correct Score prediction for each listed game
  • Submit your entry


For every score that you predict correctly you will be awarded 3 points, while a single point will be gained for every correct match outcome (ie Home win, draw, away win).

The competition leaderboard will update after each round of games, and there will be regular weekly updates so that you can track and compare your progress.

Competition terms and conditions apply

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