Jeff Stelling's Super 6 predictions: Watford to add to Southampton's woes
Last Updated: 13/01/16 7:55pm
Owen Burrows from Cambridge won £250,000 in Saturday's Super 6. Here, Jeff Stelling gives his advice for Wednesday's midweek round of the free-to-play football prediction game.
The Soccer Saturday host expects Arsenal to win at Anfield but thinks Watford will add to Ronald Koeman's woes by winning at St Mary's.
Here's what Jeff makes of the most popular predictions so far...
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Chelsea v West Brom
Most popular prediction: 2-0 (47%)
Jeff says: The 47% are obviously convinced by Chelsea but I'm not one of them. Yes, they are unbeaten in their last five and have kept three clean sheets on the bounce, but I'm worried where their goals will come from if Diego Costa doesn't play.
The Baggies are a big, strong, powerful side. They've not won at Stamford Bridge since 1978 but are a real threat from set-pieces. I'm going for Chelsea to win this 2-1, but I wouldn't be surprised if West Brom got something out of it.
Jeff predicts: 2-1
Man City v Everton
Most popular prediction: 2-1 (40%)
Jeff says: I can see why Super 6 players are backing City. They are at home and have won their last five at the Etihad but they've not kept a home clean sheet in 13 matches - they always concede. City have a real problem without Vincent Kompany and with Romelu Lukaku in the Everton line-up, I think he'll cause City more problems.
Jeff predicts: 1-1
Southampton v Watford
Most popular prediction: 1-1 (36%)
Jeff says: Southampton are right out of sorts at the moment. They've lost eight of the last 10; it's worrying times for Ronald Koeman's side. They desperately miss Graziano Pelle's hold-up play and his touch, while one or two of the others are angling for a move away from St Mary's.
Watford, on the other hand, are flat to the boards at the moment. They are a 100% team and have lost only one of their last seven and I can see them winning this one.
Jeff predicts: 0-2
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Stoke v Norwich
Most popular prediction: 2-0 (34%)
Jeff says: I'm in agreement with the majority here. The Potters are a bit hit and miss at the moment and their flair players aren't clicking. In the last 10 meetings, there have been only 15 goals so the form suggests it will be tight. I'm not sure about that.
Norwich struggle on the road and have conceded 15 in their last six matches on their travels and this could be another tricky night for them.
Jeff predicts: 2-0
Liverpool v Arsenal
Most popular prediction: 1-2 (34%)
Jeff says: Liverpool's injuries and lack of form back up the way people are thinking, but Arsenal are capable of throwing in poor performances on their travels as they did at West Brom, Sheffield Wednesday and Dinamo Zagreb.
They do have Mesut Ozil back fresh after resting him for the FA Cup tie and also have lost only one of their last seven visits to Anfield. I'm wary of Arsenal, who aren't playing well at the moment, but they should have enough to win.
Jeff predicts: 1-2
Tottenham v Leicester
Most popular prediction: 2-1 (31%)
Jeff says: I wonder if those who have already made their predictions watched Sunday's FA Cup tie between the sides. Leicester certainly deserved to win, in my opinion. They rested many of their big players but looked very composed and suffered from some refereeing guess work to concede the penalty that cost them victory. If Jamie Vardy returns, I think they've got a great chance.
Harry Kane has got five in the last four and will be a big threat to the Foxes. It's incredibly hard to call this one, but I'm going for a scoring draw.
Jeff predicts: 1-1