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Premier League gameweek 16 predictions including Manchester United vs. Wolves

Sports Mole Editor Barney Corkhill and Football Editor Matt Law discuss their predictions for gameweek 16 of the Premier League season, including Man Utd vs. Wolves.

The final Premier League gameweek of 2020 comes as part of a very quick turnaround from the Boxing Day fixtures, with many teams in action just two days after their last game.

Six of the top seven dropped points in the previous gameweek as Everton took advantage to climb up to second in the table, now three points behind leaders Liverpool.

Another intriguing gameweek is in store as the calendar year comes to an end, with a number of matches between teams separated by very little in the Premier League table.

Click play below to watch or listen to Sports Mole Editor Barney Corkhill and Football Editor Matt Law discuss their predictions for all 10 fixtures this gameweek.

Watch the full discussion here:

Or you can listen to the full podcast here:


3pm - Crystal Palace vs. Leicester City (0:18)
5.30pm - Chelsea vs. Aston Villa (3:18)
8pm - Everton vs. Manchester City (8:47)


6pm - Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Arsenal (11:20)
6pm - Burnley vs. Sheffield United (15:45)
6pm - Southampton vs. West Ham United (19:32)
6pm - West Bromwich Albion vs. Leeds United (22:28)
8pm - Manchester United vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers (27:29)


6pm - Tottenham Hotspur vs. Fulham (31:09)
8pm - Newcastle United vs. Liverpool (35:05)

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