Premier League 2019/2020: Predictions for Gameweek 15

Emery has become the 3rd coach sacked in the Premier League this season

The managerial sacking rollercoaster is well and truly on in the Premier League

Unai Emery (Arsenal) and Quique Sanches Flores (Watford) have lost their jobs in the last couple of days to join Javi Gracia (Watford again) and Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham Hotspurs) in the unemployed section.

This is expected to continue with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Manchester United), Marco Silva (Everton) and Ralph Hassenhuttal (Southampton) among the managers being tipped to be the next to be sacked.

Meanwhile, Liverpool (and Leicester City) have continued to win and could be the unlikely title race challengers as Manchester City’s defensive woes continue to hunt them.

The new manager bounce is well and truly on for Jose Mourinho at Tottenham Hotspurs as reflective of the poor nature of the league this season, two wins in a row have catapulted Spurs up the Premier League table.

The relegation battle is also becoming clearer as Watford and Norwich are looking like relegation certainties with the identity of the third side still a bit of a mystery.

Review of Gameweek 14

Aubameyang was on point in Gameweek 14

It all started with a big bang on Saturday as Newcastle United held Manchester City to a 2-2 draw. Meanwhile, Virgil Van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold were a double act in Liverpool’s 2-1 win over Brighton.

Chelsea was stunned 1-0 at Stamford Bridge by West Ham as Southampton edged Watford 2-1 in a relegation six-pointer at St Mary’s.

There was also a double act for Tottenham Hotspur; Dele Alli got two goals and Heung-Min Son; assists as the side beat Bournemouth 3-2. Burnley was shocked 2-0 at Turf Moor by Crystal Palace.

Sunday’s games had goals aplenty. Norwich City took the lead twice before being pegged back by a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang double to see the encounter with Arsenal end in a 2-2 draw.

Wolverhampton Wanderers and Sheffield United played out a 1-1 draw as Manchester United could only manage a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford against Aston Villa.

Leicester needed an impact-off-the-bench performance from Kelechi Iheanacho (a goal and an assist) to beat a battling Everton side 2-1.

Preview of Gameweek 15

Liverpool will be eager for all three points in the Merseyside Derby

The games will start coming thick and fast as the Premier League’s traditionally busy Yuletide season kicks off.

On Tuesday, Crystal Palace is at home to Bournemouth as Burnley host a strangely subdued Manchester City side.

Wednesday’s action will see Chelsea face Aston Villa while Leicester City tries on Watford for size at the King Power Stadium.

Southampton plays Norwich City, Wolverhampton Wanderers welcome West Ham to the Black Country and it’s the Merseyside Derby as Liverpool takes on Everton at Anfield.

The biggest game of the round is at Old Trafford as Jose Mourinho takes his Tottenham Hotspurs side to face a struggling Manchester United side.

Thursday’s action sees Sheffield United take on Newcastle United and ends with Arsenal welcoming Brighton to the Emirates.

Predictions for Gameweek 15

Burnley VS Manchester City (G/G)

Crystal Palace VS Bournemouth (1X)

Southampton VS Norwich City (Over 1.5 Goals)

Wolverhampton Wanderers VS West Ham (G/G)

Chelsea VS Aston Villa (Over 1.5 Goals)

Leicester City VS Watford (Over 2.5 Goals)

Liverpool VS Everton (1)

Manchester United VS Tottenham Hotspur (Over 2.5 Goals)

Sheffield United VS Newcastle United (1X)

Arsenal VS Brighton (G/G)