The second instalment of our Barclays Premier League prediction feature with Latics’ Under 21s.
Rakish Bingham kicked off the test to become the ‘Mystic Meg’ of Wigan Athletic’s young professionals over the weekend’s games.
The 19-year-old striker scored five points out of a possible 27, with predictions correct for a Man United home win over QPR and a West Bromwich Albion away win at Sunderland earning him two points.
Rakish got one result spot on as he predicted that Stoke City would beat Fulham 1-0.
Today it is Tim Chow’s turn to step up and predict the results from today and tomorrow’s fixtures.
Remember, one point for a correct result and three points for the correct score line.
ASTON VILLA 2–0 READING
"Villa have been building themselves up to a good win and have a strong attack."
SUNDERLAND 1–1 QPR
"Both teams will be fighting for the win and when that happens it is usually a draw."
STOKE CITY 0–2 NEWCASTLE UNITED
"After losing to Southampton, Newcastle will be a lot stronger this time around."
CHELSEA 2–1 FULHAM
"It is time for Rafa Benitez to get his first win and Chelsea are usually strong at home."
EVERTON 2–1 ARSENAL
"I fancy Everton at home and with their good start to the season they could just clinch three points."
MANCHESTER UNITED 3–1 WEST HAM UNITED
"This is Man United at Old Trafford, it is rare they ever lose and they're going strong at the moment."
SOUTHAMPTON 0–1 NORWICH
"Southampton will be confident but, Norwich need to win as well, I've just got a hunch for the Canaries."
SWANSEA CITY 1–1 WEST BROMWICH ALBION
"Swansea are good at home and West Brom are flying, so a draw is highly likely."
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 2–2 LIVERPOOL
"Both teams like to pile men forward and are good in attack, score draw."
Aston Villa 1-0 Reading
Sunderland 0-0 QPR
Stoke City 2-1 Newcastle United
Chelsea 0-0 Fulham
Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Liverpool
Swansea City 3-1 West Bromwich Albion
Southampton 1-1 Norwich City
Everton 1-1 Arsenal
Manchester United 1-0 West Ham United
Tim scored a total of three points, guessing the correct results for three separate matches.