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25 December 2012

Peter Aylmer faces a tricky Boxing Day prediction as he attempts to knock Ste Boothman off top spot

Saturday saw Josh Sumner score four points which puts him fifth out of six in the Young Pros Prediction league, and now it is the turn of his fellow midfielder Peter Aylmer to try and knock Ste Boothman off top spot.

You can see the league table by [clicking here].

As a result of the re-arrangement of Arsenal v West Ham United due to the London tube strike, Chelsea emphatic victory over Aston Villa has been included in Aylmer's predictions to ensure that he has nine to predict, Peter got the correct outcome but, was still a way off guessing the score line.


Chelsea 4-1 Aston Villa
"Chelsea are on fire, they scored five against Leeds and I expect more goals from them."

Boxing Day fixtures

Fulham 2-2 Southampton
"Both teams are going through indifferent runs of form so a draw seems fair."

Manchester United 3-1 Newcastle United
"Old Trafford is a fortress and United are pushing to keep their gap at the top."

Norwich City 1-2 Chelsea
"Even though Chelsea are on fire, Norwich have got something about them and might make it tough."

QPR 1-2 West Bromwich Albion
"West Brom have had an incredible start to the season and I think it will continue."

Reading 0-1 Swansea
"Swansea are another side in that group with Norwich and West Brom who have started well and their football is always very good."

Sunderland 2-2 Manchester City
"It is a tricky away tie for City and Sunderland will be desperate to pick up points over Christmas."

Aston Villa 3-1 Tottenham Hostpur
"Villa did very well against Liverpool and will be the same as Sunderland in terms of wanting to pick up points soon."

Stoke City 2-1 Liverpool
"Liverpool won big against Fulham but Stoke are strong, especially at home."

Actual Results
Chelsea 8-0 Aston Villa
Fulham 1-1 Southampton
Man Utd 4-3 Newcastle
Norwich 0-1 Chelsea
QPR 1-2 West Brom
Reading 0-0 Swansea
Sunderland 1-0 Man City
Aston Villa 0-4 Tottenham
Stoke 3-1 Liverpool

Peter scored eight points after guessing five correct outcomes and one correct score line, taking him second in the table behind leader Ste Boothman.

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