Wins for Arsenal, Man City, Norwich, Stoke and West Ham in Jeff Stelling's Super 6 advice
Last Updated: 02/04/16 2:59pm
Jeff Stelling is back with his Soccer Saturday Super 6 advice, with £250,000 up for grabs for predicting six correct scores.
Jeff will be back in the studio after completing his epic Men United March, walking 10 marathons in as many days to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
It's an all Premier League line-up this week with six 3pm kick-offs, although the Soccer Saturday host suspects one of the sides involved will suffer a defeat which will send them out of the top tier.
Here's what he's predicting for this week's games...
Arsenal v Watford
Most popular Super 6 prediction: Arsenal win 2-0 (37%)
I'm going to go along with the majority here, although I'm not really sure what the logic is.
Watford got the win in the FA Cup and deserved it but the question is whether they can motivate themselves in the same way. They're safe from relegation and they've lost their last three, while Arsenal will be desperate for the points.
The fact that they've scored just 19 home goals, three less than Newcastle, is the biggest worry, but they should be good enough.
Jeff predicts: 2-0
Bournemouth v Manchester City
Most popular Super 6 prediction: Man City 2-1 (29%)
I've gone with the most popular scoreline again, but once again I'm struggling to justifying it!
If you look at their respective home and away records there's very little between them, with City winning just two of their last 11 away games, which is totally unacceptable for a team of their quality.
They've also got PSG midweek so that's another concern, but Pellegrini just has to keep sending his best side out and try and build some momentum.
Bournemouth are nice and comfortably safe from relegation and that's what's leading me towards backing City, with their need being greater.
Jeff predicts: 1-2
Norwich v Newcastle
Most popular Super 6 prediction: 1-1 (31%)
Newcastle fans will tell you the Sunderland game was their biggest but for me it's this one because if they lose it they're getting relegated.
They were fortunate to get something from the derby and have scored just seven away goals this season, losing their last eight in a row.
Norwich, on the other hand, have some momentum with two big results before the international break, so I'm siding with them for a huge three points.
Jeff predicts: 2-1
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Stoke v Swansea
Most popular Super 6 prediction: 2-1 (27%)
Well I'm also on a Stoke win but I fancy them to do so without conceding as Swansea's biggest issue all season has been scoring goals.
In fact, they've failed to score three in a single game and I certainly don't see them doing so here with Stoke solid defensively.
The Potters actually look like they're heading for their best season defensively in the Premier League and they also have the incentive, sitting just four points off the European places.
Yes they've been hit and miss over the season but they have been more hit than miss of late and I'm backing them to get the win here.
Jeff predicts: 2-0
Sunderland v West Brom
Most popular Super 6 prediction: 1-1 (24%)
It's a must-win for Sunderland but West Brom are a bit of a bogey team of theirs, with the Black Cats winning only one of their last 12 encounters.
There's so much pressure on Sam Allardyce's men here, who just don't keep clean sheets, with none in 16, and if they concede first you can see the crowd getting on their back.
However, the Baggies don't win many on the road so I'm joining in with the majority again here.
Jeff predicts: 1-1
West Ham v Crystal Palace
Most popular Super 6 prediction: 2-0 (30%)
I'm also with the Hammers, who are unbeaten in 14 home games and showing no sign of slowing down in their European pursuit.
Dimitri Payet has had a couple of fantastic games for France and will come back on top of the world, which is bad news for Palace.
Alan Pardew's men are winless in 13 and while I don't see them getting dragged into a relegation I also don't see them getting anything here.
Jeff predicts: 1-0