EPL Game Week 28 – 2023/24 Season Premier League Tips – John Newsome

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The highlight games for the next set of EPL matches are ARSENAL versus BRENTFORD and LIVERPOOL versus MAN CITY. Our feature columnist, John Newsome previews these and all game week 28 matches with his unique and insightful commentary. You can view all previous analysis from John’s regular column here: English Premier League Predictions For Saturday.

Please note all prices quoted below were correct at the time of publication

Game Week-28

All of these fixtures are the reverse of Game Week-13 which took place at the end of November 2023.

Saturday 09th


12.30 in England

TNT Sport

Marcus Rashford scored a superb goal in Sunday’s Manchester Derby against the Noisy Neighbours to give United a lead at the break.

It was then the Man City show who took control in the 2nd-half and scored 3 times to run out Manchester Winners by a 3-1 scoreline.

What most people don’t understand about City is they pass the ball from Right to Left then back again, which to the untrained eye just seems to be passing for the sake of passing.

However, what it does do is tire the opposition out who are constantly moving their legs from Right to Left eventually producing fatigue after a good 45 minutes to an hour, which then allows Pep’s High Flying Blues to create a goal-scoring chance or three.

The possession stats for the game on Sunday were,

1st-half- Man City 74% Manchester United 26%

2nd-half- Man City 72% Manchester United 28%

The constant chasing of the ball from the United players made the team tire and allowed City to take control.

There is a lot of conjecture regarding Manchester United and Erik Ten Hag at the moment,

‘They/he are/is this, that and the other!’

However, the reality is, that the Manchester United Players and Manager are simply not good enough and are no match for Liverpool, Man City and Arsenal and are probably close to on-par with Aston Villa and Tottenham.

As with most games involving Manchester United of a Sunday Afternoon, there are texts going back and forth between John Newsome, the Manchester Stick/Ball Thrower and the Iccle Fat Lad.

There was an assessment about the Manchester United Players on show that went something like the following,

Andre Onana- not bad but not the best.

Diogo Dalot- not bad and had Jeremy Doku in his pocket.

Jonny Evans- not bad but too old now.

Raphael Varane- not bad but needs pace around him.

Victor Lindelof- not bad but like the last syllable, should be off now.

Casemiro- way way past his best, no wonder Real Madrid got rid.

Scott McTominay- resembles a Chicken without a head, I.E a headless Chicken.

Bruno Fernandes- stick to singing Queen Songs.

Alejandro Garnacho- a Mexican Snack.

Kobbie Mainoo- be better on Love Island.

Marcus Rashford- Heart as big as a Pea.

Antony- no comment.

Sofyan Amrabat- should stick to Acrobats.

As for Harry Maguire and the rest, they knew the score and kept out of the way.

Simply not good enough and the New Contributory Team, Sir Jim Radcliffe and Ineos have some big decisions to make over the summer.

As for now, Manchester United sit in 6th place with 44 points from 27 games played.

It could just be a European Conference League adventure next season, which will delight the Red Devil faithful.

Everton had the chance to take the lead against West Ham at Goodison Park on Saturday when the home team were awarded a penalty.

Unfortunately for the watching Toffees in attendance, Beto saw his tame spot-kick saved.

The Big Portuguese Striker did make up for the miss by powering home a header just after the break to give Everton the lead.

That sparked a comeback from the ex-Boss’s Boys who scored 3 times to inflict the defeat on Sean Dyche’s Men by a 3-1 scoreline.

After receiving 4 points back from the original 10-point deduction, it was thought that Everton would push on now but this was a bit of a setback that leaves the Toffees in 16th place with 25 points from 27 games played.

Luton who are in the final relegation place have 20 points but do have a game in hand.

Manchester United got the away day victory over Everton at Goodison Park back in late November 2023.

Goals from Alejandro Garnacho, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial were enough to give United all 3 points from a 3-0 scoreline.

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15.00 in England

Bournemouth gained an easy away day victory over Burnley at Turf Moor on Sunday.

Goals from Justin Kluivert and Antoine Semenyo gave the Cherries all 3 points from a 2-0 scoreline.

To face the 2 worst teams in the Premier League over successive weekends is every player, Manager and fan’s dream.

Bournemouth stay in 13th place with 31 points from 26 games.

Remember that it is only 26 with the rearranged fixture against Luton coming up next Wednesday.

By the time the final pre-match chorus of ‘Greasy Chip Butty’ was out of the Blunts’ mouths, Sheffield United had already conceded a goal.

Fifteen minutes later it was 3-0 to Arsenal.

Chris Wilder had to make a change after 15 realising that his starting eleven wasn’t good enough and took off Oliver Norwood, bringing on Ben Osborn and switching to a Back 5, with Ben trying to suppress Bukayo Saka.

At half-time, it was 5-0.

As the ex-Sheffield United player Chris ‘Kammy’ Kamara would say,

Unbelievable Jeff!

Arsenal scored a further goal after the break which was a surprise in itself, only adding 1 to the 1st-half tally.

Another devastating defeat, this time by a 6-0 score leaves Sheffield United at the foot of the table with the same 13 points as Burnley, both having completed 27 fixtures.

James from Swinton, nowhere near Bramall Lane, was in attendance on Monday Night, abacus in hand, trying to keep score.

The lad was using his fingers at first but thought he’d run out of digits, so quickly switched to the said Abacus.


It was the Cherries that gained the victory over the Blades at Bramall Lane, with Bournemouth inflicting the defeat on Sheffield United by a 3-1 away day score.

Two goals from Marcus Tavernier with Justin Kluivert scoring in between giving Andoni Iraola the points from Paul Heckinbottom.

Ollie McBurnie did score a late consolation goal for the home team.

Paul only lasted one more game then was down the concrete with Chris Wilder replacing the Barnsley Boy.

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15.00 in England

Oliver Glasner is finding out how difficult the Premier League is following a defeat against Tottenham on Saturday.

After the easy victory over a poor Burnley team that were down to 10 men for over an hour, Oliver must have thought it was a walk in the Selhurst Park, especially when Eberechi Eze scored to give Palace a lead at the Chas and Dave Memorial Stadium.

That just kicked Tottenham into life with the home team scoring 3 times to inflict the defeat on Oliver’s Army by a 3-1 scoreline.

The loss leaves Crystal Palace in 14th place with 28 points from 27 fixtures.

Roy ‘the Boy’ Hodgson was at the Garden Centre with her indoors so he missed the game but watched the highlights later on Match of the Day with a nice Cheese and Pickle sandwich and a glass of Port, thinking,

‘Why didn’t I retire years ago!’

Luton suffered another defeat on Saturday, this time against Aston Villa at Kenilworth Rd by a narrow 3-2 score.

After conceding 2 goals in the 1st-half, goals from Tahith Chong and Carlton Morris gave the Hatters faithful hopes of at least a draw, however, the players switched off in the closing stages and conceded a 3rd to ultimately lose the game which was the 4th Premier League defeat in a row plus a 5th against Erling Haaland in the FA Cup.

Luton stay in 18th place with 20 points from 26 games completed.

Probably the only positive from the weekend is both Nottingham Forest and Everton suffered defeats too, meaning nothing has changed at the bottom.

There is the rearranged fixture against Bournemouth coming after this trip to Selhurst Park so a chance to close the gap, however, that would mean a victory or at least a draw is needed against a very good set of Cherries.

Luton gained a surprise victory over Crystal Palace at Kenilworth Rd by a 2-1 scoreline.

After a goalless 1st-half, Teden Mengi opened the scoring for the Hatters which was immediately equalised by Michael Olise for the Eagles.

The ex-Barnsley Winger, Jacob Brown scored the winner in the 83rd minute to give Luton all 3 points.

The last 6 fixtures between these two teams, spanning almost 28 years have produced 4 x ‘2-1 scorelines’ and 2 x ‘2-0 scorelines’

With 5 of those 6 results going to the ‘home team’.

Luton winning 3 times at Kenilworth Rd and Crystal Palace getting 2 victories at Selhurst Park.

Luton gained an away victory over Crystal Palace, once in 2005.

It wouldn’t be a surprise if the 2-1 score occurs today.

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15.00 in England

Wolves suffered a defeat against Newcastle at St James Park on Saturday.

After 3 straight victories (2 in the Premier League and 1 in the FA Cup) Gary’s Gold and Blacks were outplayed by Eddie’s Magpies who gained the home win by a 3-0 scoreline.

The loss leaves Wolves in 10th place with 38 points from 27 games completed.

Fulham are on fire at the moment gaining another victory on Saturday, this time against Brighton at Craven Cottage by the same 3-0 score that today’s opponents suffered the defeat against Newcastle.

Goals from Harry Wilson, Rodrigo Muniz and the ex-Wolves Winger Adama Traore gave Marco Silva’s Cottagers all 3 points and the 3rd victory in the last 4 games.

Fulham sit in 12th place in the Premier League table with 35 points from 27 games played.

It was a tale of 3 penalties that told the story of the fixture at Craven Cottage back in November.

After Alex Iwobi had scored first for Fulham, Matheus Cunha equalised for Wolves to take both teams in level at the break.

Fulham’s Willian then converted a penalty early in the 2nd-half which was once again equalised, this time by Hwang-Hee Chan who converted a spot-kick awarded to Wolves.

The 3rd penalty was given to Fulham in the 94th-minute which Willian again converted to give Fulham the victory over Wolves by a narrow 3-2 scoreline.

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17.30 in England

Sky Sports

Arsenal come into this late Saturday Afternoon fixture against Brentford off the back of a convincing victory over Sheffield United on Monday Night Football by a 6-0 scoreline, as predicted in this EveryTip column last week.

If it had been a Boxing Match in the Steel City, the referee would have stopped the contest after 3 rounds.

Goals from Martin Odegaard, a Jayden Bogle OG, Gabriel Martinelli, Kai Havertz and Declan Rice gave Arsenal a convincing lead by 5 goals to nil and that was just at half-time.

Mikel Arteta took Bukayo Saka off at the break which was annoying for those who had a little bet on the lad scoring anytime.

However, Mikel isn’t concerned about that and needs to protect his star players which there are many in a Gunners shirt.

The surprise in the 2nd-half was Arsenal only produced 1 more goal with
Ben White adding the 6th.

The win against the Blades left Arsenal in 3rd place with 61 points, now a point away from Man City and 2 adrift of Liverpool at the summit.

With Liverpool and Man City playing each other on Sunday, a victory against Brentford would see Arsenal sit at the Top of the Premier League Table, if only for 24 hours or so.

Brentford gained a great point against Chelsea on Saturday from a draw by a 2-2 score, as predicted in this EveryTip column last week.

Chelsea took the lead in the 1st-half, however, Mads Roeslev equalised just after the restart.

It was then the Bees’ turn to go in front when Yoane Wissa scored a superb overhead kick to delight the home faithful.

Unfortunately for those home fans, Chelsea scored an equaliser late on to give both a share of the points from the Archbishop’s favourite scoreline.

Brentford stay in 15th place with 26 points from 27 fixtures completed.

A single Kai Havertz goal scored in the 89th minute gave Arsenal the victory over Brentford at the GTech Stadium by a 1-0 score.

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***Premier League Team of the Week***

GOALKEEPER- Alphonse Areola- West Ham

RIGHT-BACK- Kieran Trippier- Newcastle

CENTRE-BACK- Fabian Schar- Newcastle

CENTRE-BACK- John Stones- Man City

LEFT-BACK- Diogo Dalot- Manchester United

MIDFIELDER- Martin Odegaard- Arsenal

MIDFIELDER- Declan Rice- Arsenal

MIDFIELDER- Yoane Wissa- Brentford

FORWARD- Phil Foden- Man City

FORWARD- Son Heung-Min- Tottenham

FORWARD- Darwin Nunez- Liverpool

STAR MAN- Phil Foden- Man City

Sunday 10th


13.00 in England

Sky Sports

Once again, like last week, note the start time of 13.00 in England, not the usual 14.00 Sky Sports time slot.

Ollie Watkins scored twice in the 1st-half on Saturday in the late afternoon kick-off against Luton at Kenilworth Rd.

Unai Emery must have then wondered what had happened to his Claret and Blues when Luton themselves scored twice to make the scores level.

Luckily for the travelling Villains, Lucas Digne scored the winner in the 89th minute to give Aston Villa the victory over Luton by a 3-2 scoreline.

Having seen Tottenham win earlier, it was imperative that Aston Villa got the victory to keep the 5-point gap between the two.

Villa sit in 4th place with 55 points, from 27 fixtures played.

Aston Villa head to the Netherlands on Thursday to face Ajax in the last-16 of the Europa Conference League, an Ajax team that could include Jordan Henderson.

Tottenham have 50 points, however, have only completed 26 games.

As mentioned, Tottenham gained a victory over Crystal Palace with goals from Timo Werner, Cristian Romero and Son Heung-Min gave Spurs the points from a 3-1 scoreline.

Palace had scored first.

The position in the Premier League table won’t change after this game but what it will mean is Villa can extend the gap to 8 points, whereas Tottenham can reduce to 2, plus will still have the game in hand to then overtake Villa.

At the Chas and Dave Memorial Stadium back in late November, Aston Villa gained the away day victory over Tottenham by a 2-1 scoreline.

Giovani Lo Celso scored first for Tottenham before goals from Pau Torres and Ollie Watkins gave Unai’s Claret and Blues the win over Ange’s LilyWhites.

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14.00 in England

Brighton suffered a defeat against Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday with the home team scoring 3 to run out winners by a 3-0 scoreline.

That leaves Roberto De Zerbi’s Seagulls in 9th place with 39 points from 27 fixtures completed.

Brighton head to Italy on Thursday to face Roma in the 1st-leg of the Europa League last-16 knockout stage, so the travelling could prove a factor in this Sunday Afternoon clash.

It’s fair to say that Nottingham Forest were unlucky to suffer a defeat on Saturday against the Premier League leaders Liverpool.

At 90 minutes, with an added 8 extra shown by the 4th official, the scores between the two were level at 0-0.

The on-field referee, Paul Tierney stopped play for a head injury to Ibrahima Konate whilst Forest had the ball, which is protocol, however, what is not protocol is the way Paul restarted the game, giving Liverpool an uncontested drop-ball.

The ball should have been given to the Nottingham Forest players.

Liverpool then scored the winner in the 99th minute to inflict the defeat on the home team by a 1-0 scoreline.

It was a devastating loss for Forest who remain in 17th place with 24 points from 27 games completed.

That’s 4 points above the drop zone, with Luton having an extra game to play, that potentially could reduce the gap between the two to 1 point.

Brighton gained the victory over Nottingham Forest at the City Ground by Forest’s least favourite 3-2 scoreline.

The goals going in as follows,

3′ Anthony Elanga (1-0 Forest)
26′ Evan Ferguson (1-1 Brighton)
45+4′ Joao Pedro (1-2 Brighton)

Half-time Chicken Balti Pie.

58′ Joao Pedro-penalty (1-3 Brighton)
76′ Morgan Gibbs-White-penalty (2-3 Forest)

Full-time Pint of Castle Rock.

Lewis Dunk was shown 2-quick fire Yellow Cards in the 72nd and 73rd minutes plus the subsequent Red to leave his team with 10 men for the remainder of the game.

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14.00 in England

West Ham came from a goal behind to gain a victory over Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday.

Goals from Kurt Zouma, Tomas Soucek and Edson Alvarez gave the Hammers all 3 points from a 3-1 away day score.

Cat Man Kurt had given a penalty away in the 1st-half but fortunately for Mr Zouma, his Goalkeeper Alphonse Areola saved the spot-kick.

West Ham sit in 7th place with 42 points from 27 fixtures, now just 2 points adrift of Manchester United.

The Bubbles faithful travel to Germany on Thursday to see their idols take on Freiburg in the 1st-leg of the Europa League last-16.

Burnley suffered another defeat on Sunday, this time against Bournemouth by a 2-0 scoreline.

There really isn’t much more to be said about Burnley other than,

‘The Championship here we come.’

Vincent Kompany’s Clarets remain in 19th place with the same 13 points as Sheffield United both from 27 fixtures completed.

This is now 11 points from safety, meaning both would have to win 4 games more than the safe team from the 11 remaining, considering neither team have won 4 games in total this season, Burnley and Sheffield United are going back to the Championship.

After a goalless 1st-half at Turf Moor, a converted penalty by Jay Rodriguez gave Burnley a lead early after the break.

The unfortunate Burnley Defender Dara O’Shea was then credited with the West Ham equaliser in the 86th minute.

When it looked like both would share the points, Tomas Soucek scored the winner for the Hammers in the 91st minute to give the away team the victory by a 2-1 scoreline.

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15.45 in England

Sky Sports

Once again, note the unusual start time of 15.45 not the usual 16.30 Sky Sports TV slot.

The reason for the earlier start is apparently because of safety concerns raised by the Merseyside Police.

The Boys in Red assume that the rascals from Anfield and Moss Side won’t get up to too much bother, 45 minutes earlier.

As the average football fan/hooligan struggles to tell the time, it’s not sure that starting three-quarters of an hour earlier will make much difference.

This fixture could technically decide the destination of the Premier League Title and could be decided by the team that both Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola choose to field today, or in Mr Klopp’s case, who is available.

So one should probably wait until the team sheet is produced, which is usually an hour before kick-off, before deciding who to have a punt on.

Liverpool left it late on Saturday at the City Ground against Nottingham Forest.

Very late!

With 99 of the 98 minutes allocated up on the clock, Darwin Nunez glanced home an Alexis Mac Allister cross to give Jurgen’s Reds all 3 points from a 1-0 away day scoreline.

Whilst there were arguments regarding the time on the clock and whether the on-field referee Paul Tierney had messed up in giving the ball back to the Liverpool Goalkeeper, ultimately this is what Premier League Champions Elect do and that is play until the final whistle and get the most possible out of the game.

The victory keeps Liverpool at the summit of the Premier League table with 63 points, a point ahead of today’s opponents meaning the result could decide the destination of the Trophy.

Arsenal will have a say in things but it’s more than likely that one of these two will be the 2023/24 Premier League Champions.

It’s rumoured that Pep Guardiola’s Cat scarpered pretty quickly at around 17.00 hours on Saturday Afternoon.

With time up on the clock, Pep was sat at home wearing a Forest Jersey with ‘Francis’ on the back, waiting for the final whistle to go at the City Ground thinking that Nottingham Forest had held on for a draw against Liverpool.

Unfortunately for everyone connected with Man City, news came through that Darwin Nunez had scored a very late winner.

What is Spanish for,

‘Where’s that Cat?’

It was then up to Man City to get the victory over the Numpty Neighbours on Sunday.

After Marcus Rashford had given United a lead and Erling Haaland somehow missed a sitter when it was easier to score, meaning City were trailing at the break, Pep was not a happy man.

As mentioned in the Manchester United v Everton preview, Man City wore the opposition down eventually and due to fatigue in the opposing players, produced the opportunity to score.

Phil Foden, who was superb throughout, scored twice with Erling Haaland adding a 3rd late on to give Man City the victory over Manchester United by a 3-1 score.

The win leaves Man City in 2nd place, still a point adrift of today’s hosts, meaning a victory would see City leapfrog Liverpool to the Top of the Premier League.

That said, a home win would give Jurgen’s Reds a 4-point gap over Pep’s Blues.

A draw would keep the 1-point difference.

Added to that, Arsenal play first this weekend, so if a victory is achieved against Brentford then, Mikel’s Young Guns will be sat at the Top before this Sunday game kicks off.

Man City face FC Copenhagen in the 2nd-leg of the Champions League last-16 at the Etihad on Wednesday, whilst Liverpool head to the Czech Republic to face Sparta Prague in the 1st-leg of the Europa League knockout stage.

That in itself, could have a bearing on today’s fixture with Man City having an extra day to rest and have no travelling, whereas Liverpool play on Thursday and have to travel to and from the Czech Republic.

Pep did call at Pets-R-Us on the way home on Sunday and purchased a few Cat treats.

At the Etihad in November, both of these Heavyweights shared the points from a draw by a 1-1 score.

Erling Haaland scored first for City to give the home team a lead at the break.

Trent Alexander-Arnold equalised for the away team midway through the 2nd-half.

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Monday 11th


20.00 in England

Sky Sports

Mauricio Pochettino says that Chelsea showed character against Brentford on Saturday, which reminded John Newsome of an old tale about a password for one of the online accounts.

‘Your password should contain 8 Characters!’

So one put,

‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs!’

Granted, not one of John’s jokes but still funny!

Nicolas Jackson and Axel Disasi scored the Chelsea goals at the GTech that produced a draw from a 2-2 score, as predicted in this EveryTip column last week.

Brentford equalised Nicolas’ goal and then scored to take the lead before Axel got the 4th of the game.

Chelsea sit in 11th place (11th!) with 36 points from 26 games played, not the 27 that most of the other teams have completed due to the fixture against Tottenham being postponed.

Newcastle jump up to 8th place in the Premier League table with 40 points from 27 fixtures, following Saturday’s victory against Wolves by a 3-0 scoreline.

Alexander Isak, Anthony Gordon and Valentino Livramento with the Magpies goals.

There is a 4-point gap between the two teams, however, a victory for Chelsea today plus 3 points from the game in hand, will see Mauricio’s Blues go above Eddie’s Black and Whites.

Newcastle gained an easy victory over Chelsea at St James Park back in late November.

Goals from Alexander Isak, Jamaal Lascelles, Joelinton and Anthony Gordon gave Eddie’s Magpies the points over Mauricio’s Blues by a 4-1 score.

Raheem Sterling with the Chelsea consolation goal.

Reece James was shown 2 Yellow Cards and the subsequent Red in the 73rd minute when the score was 3-1 in favour of Newcastle.

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‘He’s Celtic, United but Brendan has decided that 2nd is the best place to be!’

The loveable OzScot went missing in action over Melbourne way following Rangers defeat against Motherwell (who?) on Saturday.

Nowhere to be seen or heard, however, funnily enough, the Big Lad was back on Sunday when news went Down Under that Celtic had also suffered a defeat in their game against Hearts (who?) on Sunday.

So the status quo at the top of the Pub League remains the same, with Rangers at the summit on 70 points and Celtic in second with 68 points.

It was the 3rd of February 2018, the last time that both Rangers and Celtic lost over the same weekend.

Celtic suffered a defeat against Kilmarnock away and Rangers lost against Hibernian at Ibrox.

Rangers head to Portugal on Thursday to face Benfica in the Europa League.

Back in Australia, Braveheart/Kylie was once again Spinning Around with no one taking his freedom, ready for the Big Game in Portugal.

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