Jamie O’Hara and Jose Enrique’s Premier League Matchweek 24 Preview

The Premier League is back on the weekend, with the Gameweek 24 fixtures including some key games both in the title-race and the other end of the table.

Grosvenor Sport ambassador’s Jamie O’Hara and Jose Enrique put two of the key fixtures under the microscope, giving their insights on Everton versus Tottenham and Arsenal against Liverpool.

Watch the full episode of The Counter Attack with Jamie O’Hara and Jose Enrique.


West Ham v Arsenal


I think West Ham have gone off the boil a little bit. They’ve obviously brought in Kalvin Phillips, but he’ll have to be given time to settle in to the club. I think Arsenal are going to really go after them in this game and I can only see an Arsenal win. One thing West Ham do have in their favour is that Arsenal have struggled at West Ham in previous seasons. It should be a good fiery contest and the West Ham fans have a part to play on Sunday.

Arsenal 1-3 11/1



Arsenal are obviously going into this game as favourites, but this is the Premier League, anyone can beat anyone, as we know. West Ham are still in a very positive position in the league, but their performances haven’t been quite what they previously have been. They are one of these teams which can perform on the big occasions. Liverpool and Manchester City fans will have highlighted this Arsenal fixture as a hurdle their title competitors will have to jump, but I can see the Gunners overcoming it.

Arsenal 0-2 7/1


Aston Villa v Manchester United


This is a massive game; one I’m looking forward to watch as a neutral. Aston Villa looked a bit ropey at the back against Chelsea, there was a lot of space for the Chelsea attackers to run into. If Manchester United can do the same, especially with the pace of the likes of Marcus Rashford and Alejandro Garnacho, they are in with every chance. If Manchester United win this game, they are very much in the top four race.

Manchester United 1-2 10/1



This is a game I can see being very end-to-end, so lots of goals will be scored. Manchester United looked very good against West Ham recently – they have more of an attacking threat now because they are getting more confident. I think this is a 50/50 this game, a few months ago, I would’ve said Aston Villa every day, but recently I can see the tide turning towards Manchester United between these two. It’ll depend which sides turn up, but I’ll have to say Aston Villa, only just though.

Aston Villa 2-1 8/1


Match predictions


Man City v Everton  

Jamie- Man City 2/13

Jose- Man City 2/13


Wolves v Brentford  

Jamie- Wolves 21/20

Jose- Wolves 21/20


Fulham v Bournemouth  

Jamie- Draw 5/2

Jose- Draw 5/2


Tottenham v Brighton  

Jamie- Tottenham 4/6

Jose- Draw 13/4


Luton v Sheffield United  

Jamie- Luton 16/25

Jose- Luton 16/25


Liverpool v Burnley  

Jamie- Liverpool 1/8

Jose- Liverpool 1/8


Nottingham Forest v Newcastle  

Jamie- Draw 5/2

Jose- Newcastle 21/20


West Ham v Arsenal  

Jamie- Arsenal 12/25

Jose- Arsenal 12/25


Aston Villa v Man Utd 

Jamie- Man Utd 2/1

Jose- Aston Villa 57/50


Crystal Palace v Chelsea   

Jamie- Chelsea 3/4

Jose- Chelsea 3/4





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