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29 Aug 2015

Ray Parlour hasn’t had the best of starts to Predict the Six, so he needs to redeem himself with his selections this week…

I’m going to stick with Sanchez in the early game.  He had some chances on Monday night but hasn’t scored yet this season.  His goal record last year was excellent, I know he’s going to start and I think Arsenal will score against Newcastle, so he’ll get one. 

Man City are in great form at the moment.  I can see them winning at home against Watford and I think there’ll be goals in that game, so I think Aguero will get back on the score sheet.

Number 3 is the Liverpool game at home to West Ham.  If it wasn’t for Cech for Arsenal Benteke would have scored at least one goal, his movement was good, and I think he’ll be a good signing for them this season.  West Ham haven’t had a great start after a win at Arsenal, and going to Anfield is a tough game.  I’m going for a lot of favourites this week!

My fourth pick is for Everton.   They had a great performance against Southampton and they’re going to score goals with players like Barkley in the team.  They will create chances, so I’m going for Lukaku to score at White Hart Lane.  I saw Spurs the other week and they conceded a lot of chances to Stoke.  Lukaku’s in decent form at the moment so I’m going for him to score.

Rooney let me down again last week but scored a hat trick midweek so I think he’ll break his duck in the Premier League this weekend after getting a lot of confidence in the Champions League.  United will get opportunities at Swansea.

Chelsea are at home to Palace and Hazard hasn’t scored yet so he’s due one.  He was devastating last season and hasn’t really hit his heights yet, but he’s a real talent, can change a game quickly and takes penalties as well.  I was at Palace’s game last week which was a great result for them, but it will be a bonus point if they can get a point at Stamford Bridge so I think Chelsea will win and Hazard will grab one for my last pick.

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